EP-62| Imran Khan’s arrest, Bilawal’s threat-Sushant Sareen, Tilak Devasher on what next in Pakistan

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Hours after the dramatic arrest of former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, huge protests intensified in several cities in Pakistan with Imran’s supporters thronging the streets of Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Karachi, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Multan, Peshawar, and Mardan. PTI supporters also stormed the Pakistan Army headquarters in Rawalpindi and also burnt down the residence of the corps commander in Lahore. In this edition of Podcast with Smita Prakash, the recent developments and what they mean for India and how they impact geopolitics in the region and globally are discussed in detail with Tilak Devasher, author of four widely acclaimed books on Pakistan and a member of the National Security Advisory Board. The panel was also joined by senior fellow, ORF and an analyst on Pakistani affairs, Sushant Sareen, who also discussed the recent trip of Pakistani FM Bilawal Bhutto to India for attending SCO meeting in Goa and what it means for India-Pak bilateral relations in the near future.
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Time Stamps
00:00 - Introduction
05:29 - Imran Khan's arrest and support among people
12:40 - Imran Khan's popularity among masses
31:07 - ISI, Pak Army, and Imran
43:18 - Bilawal's agenda during India visit
1:03:50 - Pakistan's Collapse: India's Nightmare
1:08:39 - The role of Sharif Brothers and Mariyam Sharif
1:23:45 - Afghanistan trade route & China- Pakistan Ties
1:31:25 - Pakistan crisis & TTP's rampage
1:34:58 - Technocrat Government
1:43:17 - India - Pakistan diplomatic relations & 1990's terrorism
1:50:20 - Pak's Way ahead
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@chirag8691 6 aylar önce
This is turning out to be the best podcast of India. Specially on Geopolitics. Keep it up Smita Ji! 😊
@DevashishGulati 6 aylar önce
Nope, she is not graceful in changing the topic, is insecure about her beliefs and tries to reinforce them to the guest instead of the other way around. I am not saying she is not knowledgeable, but she certainly is not a good listener. I mean, she responds to her own questions after the guest answers them. She is also rarely effective with mediation while people crosstack, and rather becomes a voice talking over them in the situation. This can be a much better podcast with a better anchor suited for podcasts. She is a damn good journalist, but not a very good podcaster.
@Daddy-R 6 aylar önce
@TechnoGin 5 aylar önce
@@DevashishGulati true
@arweyn1 6 aylar önce
I am totally floored by the quality of this discussion. So much to learn and also so many contrarian views without malice or venom. I am so proud to see the panel bring out the real issues and focus on what is best for Bharat. It is also a time to recount the events as they have happened since 1960s to put in context the Prime Ministers of Pakistan and the Pakistan Army. I could listen to this for hours hours and still sit glued to the channel. SmitaAkka and the panel.. dhanyavaadah, pranaams and namaste to you all !!!
@RojaJaneman 6 aylar önce
This should b d norm. Isn’t it devastatingly sad that we don’t get that? Like starving children. Democracy requires well informed/educated citizens
@El-Dorado930 6 aylar önce
The analysis is kind of shallow to be honest. Drawing geopolitical implications from anecdotes. But by Indian standards, this is as good as it gets
@skeptic4031 6 aylar önce
Probably the BEST podcast from ANI of all time !!! It was so engrossing, did not want it to end. Well done Smita and the 2 great guests as well !! 👏👏👏
@abhinavshukla2202 6 aylar önce
It was actually great, I agree, but bulbul Brar and Sai Deepak episodes are great too
@DharaneeshKH 6 aylar önce
Totally Agree
@vinodvermajmuverma1803 6 aylar önce
Your discussion/ debates are as good as any IIT or any best institution of the world .👍Well prepared & well researched. Highest Standard.Accept my gratitude
@andreabassi1861 6 aylar önce
Quote of the podcast " Earlier we wanted to isolate them now we want to ignore them "..Mr. Tilak Devasher 😃
@mayankindian3750 6 aylar önce
Hm true brother 😊❤
@buntipapu3816 6 aylar önce
A peaceful man will ignore them, but a wise man will isolate them and will always keep an eye on them.
@trollface7998 6 aylar önce
@@buntipapu3816 💯
@paklad100 6 aylar önce
so stop discussing pakistan ,pleas ignore
@sanjeevagunthanthanee603 6 aylar önce
@@paklad100 not discussing now; simply joking
@pankajbirajdar5149 4 aylar önce
Podcast should be like this...not the formal way of conversation. This podcast gave a feeling like we speak with our buddies..😊
@Rajesh.Rathore 6 aylar önce
Kudos to Sushant Sareen who speaks so truthfully and eloquently. I totally agree with him. Since Kargil war, I started reading Dawn almost everyday, the more I read it, the more I find Sushant convincingly...
@petechau6314 6 aylar önce
Now Imran cannot afford to lose - nor Army . People with guns and terrorists and mullah will join and new Afghanistan is born with Imran as caliphate. India must activate border so Baluchistan can be free. 1$=500pkr - not yet is surprising!!!
@MunawarAzaad2025 6 aylar önce
Read columns of Abbas Nasir, Nadeem F Paracha, Muhammad Amir Rana. Very insightful, unbiased and very true to the social affairs of Pakistan
@sanjeevagunthanthanee603 6 aylar önce
@@petechau6314 inshala, laila idar la rasgulla
@sajidahussain108 6 aylar önce
@@petechau6314 that's wishful thinking.
@kartikjoshi6260 6 aylar önce
We all want another repeat performance from the same guests.....it was so engaging and enriching ..Thanks to Smita Prakash for bringing out such beautiful podcasts..
@tawnyhum 5 aylar önce
Yes, this time Do it on Indian Muslims living in India, Kashmir and other minorities. How they are treated in India and what your Hindu gov't Modi is doing about it.
@saswatideb8828 6 aylar önce
Absolutely crackling, in depth and insightful discussion on Pakistan between two stalwarts of subject Pakistan. Very engrossing and learning experience this episode has been. Thank you very much Smitaji for this gem of a podcast. Must say Mr. Sareen simply ROCKED. Each and every Indian must see this podcast to educate themselves about our hostile neighbor. We, Indians must never forget the fateful day of 26/11. This wound is far deeper and it refuses to heal. May God bless all you with great health and more and more power to do the fantastic job you all are doing to serve India. 🙏🙏🙏Jai Hind, Jai Maa Bharthi. 🙏🇮🇳
@FullHD-ng2mg 6 aylar önce
Very accurate description
@abhinavshukla2202 6 aylar önce
Educate yourself, not just about the neighbour along the borders, but also in your localities. Same enemy resides in our residential localities, apartments, societies. If you know what I mean.
@srinivasanranganathan7159 6 aylar önce
What a great discussion! It has been so mature, so informative and so balanced. Cant help appreciating Smita for the great wisdom and engagement on the crux of the matter. Hats off to all three and please bring us more of such lovely discussions.
@splinterelements 6 aylar önce
I was having a bad day at work, but seeing you three on such an entertaining topic, just made my day. Thank you Smita ji. The THRILLING TRIO!!
@harbari 5 aylar önce
Yes I agree it was great conversation of three well informed minds with different temperaments that made riveting viewing.
@MrSaloo12 6 aylar önce
i am from pakistan and well ware of our regional politics. These people in Podcast are exactly talking according to the situation and loved the analysis. 100 % true
@Kanthavel.KV.Chennai.Bharat 6 aylar önce
This is the most valuable takeaway from this discussion. "If you have the enemy on the mat, slay him" - Shri Sushant Sareen
@ramakrishnamurthyyeleswara1292 6 aylar önce
yeah the sooner our political,ias officers,raw agents understand this the better i don't know how long we have to wait for these guys to understand.
@ashokchaudhary3988 6 aylar önce
​@@ramakrishnamurthyyeleswara1292 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊
@ashokchaudhary3988 6 aylar önce
​@@ramakrishnamurthyyeleswara1292 😊😊😊😊😊😊
@ashokchaudhary3988 6 aylar önce
​@@ramakrishnamurthyyeleswara1292 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊
@163sks 6 aylar önce
Sushant is 100% right, Hindus can’t handle hard truths. Hindu-Muslim love and all that BS. It’s this inability to accept reality that caused Hindus to suffer thousand years of slavery. This is the big difference between Hindus and Europeans. Two references would suffice: Stern Reckoning by GD Khosla, and the book on ethnic cleansing of Punjab by Ishtiaq Ahmed.
@rahulvats95 6 aylar önce
It stems from political inability of Hindus. Gandhi-Nehru decided to spread their message and push their narrative by serving discounts to other community and Hindutva and revolutionaries said they would build the political Hinduism and face the truth. Both strategies were meant to shield and protect Hindus.
@anilsinha6282 6 aylar önce
This was a brilliant show. I simply love the kind of informal talk you conduct. It was like three intellectuals talking to each other, which gave the viewers full satisfaction. Thanks, Ms. Smita Prakash, for conducting your podcast shows.
@DonnieB0407 6 aylar önce
Nice to hear from a seasoned analyst like Mr. Devasher. Keep bringing the voices of such intellectual giants to us. 🎉
@ARMVG 6 aylar önce
ANI and Smita, this was a fantastic podcast and as much as I loved hearing from legends like Sushant Sareen and Tilak Devasher, you guys should have had Major Gaurav Arya on as as well. He’s a literal encyclopedia when it comes to our “esteemed” neighbours. Phenomenal podcast anyway!!
@derpa2519 6 aylar önce
Agreed 👍
@GauravPandey2626 6 aylar önce
Thanks but Gaurav Arya has been here once.
@harveyspecter111 6 aylar önce
True but Major Gaurav Arya views pakistan with an extremist lense though. Tilak sir is extremely grounded and looks at things with a pragmatic cool headed way. And Sushant sir may come off as strict but he's sarcastic and extremely analytical. Major is slightly hot headed.
@ARMVG 6 aylar önce
@@GauravPandey2626 Well, so has Tilak Devasher.
@ARMVG 6 aylar önce
@harveyspecter111 Hahaha, yes, you're right. Major is slightly hot-headed, but if you watch some of his podcasts or interviews, you'd realise his views are extremely balanced, and he's a thorough gentleman. His knowledge would definitely contribute to this podcast. Don't get me wrong, Tilak devasher and Sushant sareen are extremely knowledgeable and informed in such topics, but a little extra input and knowledge never hurt anyone.
@khushbumerchant8550 4 aylar önce
Such an interesting episode which I had missed. This gave so much insight on the issues with Pakistan. Honestly, podcast have become my new favourites replacing news channels. News channels are not able to give me such detailed report in one go helping a layman like me to connect multiple dots like a long podcast does. Thanks Smita for your work.
@tesla4243 6 aylar önce
Love this Podcast💚 I hope you'll keep uploading theses type of Podcast on the topic of foreign policies👑
@PERCY-26 6 aylar önce
Absolutely love Sushant Sareen's "no nonsense" analysis. He is the most straightforward analyst in India who always speaks the truth.
@sabrinakhan8217 6 aylar önce
Is there any analysis on Manipur? 400 dead and injured
@nishkm 6 aylar önce
Yup..Hundred times betrer than ..That chapar ganju Abhijeet 😂
@theybecameus 6 aylar önce
smita being a typical aunty who has hit the wall and thinking emotionally about imran khans personality. women ☕
@avinashnaik6148 6 aylar önce
Most senior people in India in their 60s and 70s have witnessed Indo-Pak relations closely in the past and are also fortunate enough to observe the remarkable transformation in the present Government approach which has led to positive outcomes. The offense is the best defense. We are not expansionists but we must adopt a tough and strategic approach while dealing with our hostile neighbors.
@saurabhlall2768 6 aylar önce
One of the most realistic and relevant podcasts I have ever heard about geo dynamics within indian neighborhood. Brilliant trio . Thanks Smita ji
@sanjeevagunthanthanee603 6 aylar önce
but pak is now a geo static state
@tejwanichander 6 aylar önce
Sushant says it all ! Excellent podcast by two experts
@theworld2115 6 aylar önce
Being from Pakistan, the podcast is a wonderful piece of intellect. I really believe in the words you have spoken, the way Imran has just enraged our youth, it has become so stupid to even talk to my fellows. Although I'm 22 years old, but can relatively understand all of this.
@osman01003 6 aylar önce
Nope. They misunderstand a lot of factors.
@desitroll8094 6 aylar önce
​@@osman01003 what is that?
@blackmamba9950 6 aylar önce
@@osman01003 pls explain?
@bonran 6 aylar önce
Kya bol raha hai yaar??? Teri syntax samajh nahi aa rahi??
@R4GS63AMG 5 aylar önce
⁠@@osman01003 but the core psychology of an in denial Pakistani runs they way you’ve just commented, so I am not particularly surprised what your trying to say 😂😂😂😂
@sjiz 5 aylar önce
Tilak Devasher is a thorough intellectual... very good Podcast. This podcast series is turning out to be amazing!
@leonardopietersen460 6 aylar önce
"Never ever show mercy on your enemies". These is what my ancestors have taught me.
@lookintoit4537 6 aylar önce
It is god's task to show mercy to my enemies. It is my task to send them to him. Slightly different version. Can't remember where I read it but sounds badass.
@jigsaw2281 6 aylar önce
​@@hohoho864yes shi kaha I agree completely
@alimustafa2411 6 aylar önce
Where r they now.
@sumanthganapathibasavapatn141 6 aylar önce
This spirit of martial pragmatism is inbuilt to our culture. The Veda itself says: “तेभ्यो [रुद्रेभ्यो] नमस्ते नो मृडयन्तु ते यं द्विष्मो यश्च नो द्वेष्टि तं वो जम्भे दधामि ॥” “Salutations to the Rudras, may they bring auspice unto us. O Rudras, he who is my enemy, and he whose enemy I am, I deliver him to your jaws; let him be destroyed.” “यो मां भागिनं सन्तमथाभागं चिकीर्षति, अभागमग्ने तं कुरु मामग्ने भागिनं कुरु ॥” “O Agni! Whosoever hates my growth and wishes to rob me of my gain, strip him of his own gains and give them to me.”
@alurnataraj2919 6 aylar önce
@@sumanthganapathibasavapatn141 If this is what I inherited from my elders, I will abide. Very well explained
@amritamitra9327 6 aylar önce
This was a WONDERFUL podcast, better than anything I have heard. We need to bring such people who have immense and specialised knowledge on certain subjects to actually talk on these subjects. Only then we would know the trust and whats happening on the ground. Please KEEP THIS UP AND keep bringing such renowned people on air.
@serialcoder2102 6 aylar önce
Sushant sir has his priorities sorted. A massive life lesson that Indians need to learn. He is no BS.
@R4GS63AMG 5 aylar önce
Perhaps the best podcast yet! Very insightful stuff coming from credible experts!!!
@peterbale1800 6 aylar önce
As Indians, we have lost our land to many brutal outsiders be it Mughals or Westerners. I think it's safe to say that our gut instincts and judgment are not always/most of the times accurate. It's time to take a page out of the winner's playbook i,e Westerner's way of winning, and apply it on Indian national challenges. "If you have the enemy on the mat, slay him" is one of those points from the winner's playbook that we should implement in this century.
@diadon5674 6 aylar önce
I agree. We dont have cutthroat approach while dealing with such enemies who will not think twice doing it themselves. I think we need to come out of prithviraj Chauhan syndrome and crush enemies ,no mercy. Showing mercy to terrorists is cruelty towards civilians
@RS-df2gr 5 aylar önce
Brilliantly organised intellectual discourse and my appreciation to all the three participants who contributed proactively!!
@gautamsawhny6246 6 aylar önce
We shouldn’t disturb our Enemy that is busy Destroying themselves
@anianu-nm9ql 6 aylar önce
Yes...let's keep watching the party there...
@pwnweb5734 6 aylar önce
we should fund it :P
@pkdl8228 6 aylar önce
but we should plan our next moves for POK ,hope our govt is doing it
@yuvraj9481 6 aylar önce
​@@pwnweb5734 Why should we waste our money😂 They are fully capable to destroy themselves completely!🤣🤣
@aryavart296 6 aylar önce
​@@pkdl8228why would I want potential terrorists in my country by integrating pok?
@akashdeep0067 6 aylar önce
Respect for mam, she does this podcasts as a learner. However,she also defends her point showing patience with irony ( showing her own cognitive ability and depth about issues) ... God bless you man ( Respect and love from Punjab )
@wasayazeemi6997 6 aylar önce
I must say that both the guests are extremely knowledgable and their analysis is in-depth and near accurate.
@VINS-hp1tz 6 aylar önce
Thought clarity like Sushant Sir is an absolute need of an hour & should always be against the enemy of our country.
@Fkinez 6 aylar önce
A must watch episode, thanks Smita for this quality podcast❤
@sagarobhan747 6 aylar önce
This is Gem Much much better than any Bollywood movies or webseries. Indian youth should start watching these type of contents.
@AnkitB97 6 aylar önce
One of the best podcasts in the entire world Especially based on the quality of conversations Amazing job smita mam
@tusharanand6243 6 aylar önce
This was so informative. There should be a in depth podcast about China as well.
@avinashnaik6148 6 aylar önce
I highly recommend watching GUNNERS SHOT video on TRshow for accurate information regarding our current stance on India's borders with China. As the presenter has a background in the military, I believe that it will be an enlightening experience for you. Our relationship with China chiefly revolves around border concerns, therefore, enhancing border security would give us an edge in competing with them beyond just the Indo-China Border disputes. India's current state of preparedness and approach towards safeguarding national interests in light of the China war, as evaluated by the country's think tanks, is a source of pride. Measures are being taken by the current government to address past vulnerabilities.
@UmerExtra 6 aylar önce
Being a Pakistani. I completely agree with the Imran khan part. The reason people neglect his corruption because his opponents have been given a lot of time to govern Pakistan where he just got 3 years. Still no one in Pakistan has a vision or capability to solve its problems.
@arpitmishra781 6 aylar önce
There would be several who have the vision and capability to solve Pak's problems, but will the Army establishment let it happen? Been listening to people like Syed Muzammil Shah and Junaid Akram lately, brilliant guys, don't know how long they would be able to speak freely. Pakistan need to fix its priorities, as easy as that.
@Osama-dn8eo 5 aylar önce
What corruption are you talking about?
@Kumar20222 6 aylar önce
Watched the entire video at one go and wished if this would have continued. Amazing podcast by Smita Mam along with the 2 superb RPGs Tilak Sir and Sushant Sir ! Have watched many podcasts in recent times as nowadays it's trending thing to do, but nothing matches the content and quality of this podcast. I can go on and on praising the contents and guests which Smita Mam brings on this channel. Wonderful, Best and Top Notch !🙏
@satishchadha3505 5 aylar önce
I happen to see this podcast now and heard the discussion on Pakistan & China. It was a very educative and interesting talk. Ms Smita you conducted it very intelligently. Thanks.
@A.J.54 6 aylar önce
Mr Sarin is so right...why on earth we seperated in 1947 ?
@susantadeb7666 6 aylar önce
Because British wanted to stop Soviet’s encroachment to Indian Ocean. Bangladesh was not envisaged in the plan. After the failed court martial of INA commanders and subsequent Naval revolts British realises they can’t rule India with Indian soldiers. They started evacuating British families and soldiers from India. They brought Independence one year earlier from 1948 to 1947. Frontier province had a plebiscite for India or Pakistan but Pakhtunistan was denied by state Governor Olaf Caroe. In I946 British had a tacit support to Surhawardy’s call for Direct Action for Calcutta by withdrawing law enforcement. This had disastrous effect for the subcontinent. It was responded by Calcutta killing and riots in Noakhali, Bihar, Meerat and Punjab. At last Gandhi signed for partition and broke his promises to Maulana Azad and Ghaffar Khan.
@anuragmishra6691 6 aylar önce
​@@susantadeb7666 read more.
@sewaligoswami781 6 aylar önce
​@@susantadeb7666 I'm from Assam. And here more than 90% voted for a separate nation. And unfortunately most of them didn't even leave after voting for a separate land. I'm learning my history. You should too.
@harshp69 6 aylar önce
Because Muslim League ( supported covertly by British) made a demand for a separate Muslim country and 90% of Muslims voted in support in 1946. Agony is that large numbers of them didn’t even go to Pak and stayed on here. Of course we had the mahaan “Bapu and his chela Nehru “ supporting them.
@Aashu299 6 aylar önce
@@susantadeb7666 o bhai, he asked a simple question. No need of history lecture. We got separated coz they are maniacs and not worthy to live in civilised society.
@rkchandru7 6 aylar önce
I have always liked shushant's take on Pakistan and today's take of him is no different. On point as always 😂
@Dev_janmabhoomi 6 aylar önce
This is absolutely brilliant.. trio of you rocks.. whole discussion is so smooth and no cross talking
@avinashnaik6148 6 aylar önce
Good observation. In a collaborative setting, constructive conversations take place when all members honor each other's perspectives. By paying close attention, you will notice that each participant in the conversation has effectively conveyed their perspective without disrupting the others.
@bornkam 6 aylar önce
The intensity and the passion on this subject matter is much appreciated!
@pulinpandya382 6 aylar önce
Comparision of curruption style between Imran and Kejriwal is astounding.
@becuss5509 6 aylar önce
Today watching the videos of riots in Pakistan, my Mum said the same thing that both Imran and Kejriwal had this "holier than thou" image before coming to power. Once they got the power, they became corrupt and now if any agency tries to make them accountable, their cadre and their blind fans act in the most unacceptable way possible.
@proudindian1033 6 aylar önce
​@@becuss5509 are u pakistani?
@TapanSarkar100 4 aylar önce
I have rarely seen such high'standard discussion in any TV channels.Both the guest have analysed the relationship Pakistan very well.
@rajeevramachandrannair5680 6 aylar önce
That was an informative and engaging podcast. I am a keen student of Pakistan always marvelling at the shenanigans that the politicians, the Army and the people of that country are up to. Again, I feel sad to say that a lot of the problems that they are facing now can be traced back to the warped thought processes focusing on hatred (the source of which is entirely socio religious - if you can understand what I am getting at) Thank you Smita for the engaging conversations that you conjure up and of course thanks a ton to your engaging guests….
@anikalaghari1919 6 aylar önce
Thank you for acknowledging overseas Indian. We do very much enjoy your podcast. Thank you all.
@vcr1761 6 aylar önce
Superb discussion. Enjoyed every moment. Thanks Smita Ji for beautifully conducting this interview. Truly amazing. I feel Pakistan is not worth even discussing. That’s the best way to ignore them. Just imagine that instead of having these non stop coverage of Pakistani comedy drama in last three days , if none of the channels had covered it , what would have been their plight. They would have done hundreds of programs discussing just this.
@memelelo3641 6 aylar önce
These podcasts series are so insightful. Smita mam you are doing a wonderful job by bringing such great people on your show. Absorbed a lot of "must have info". Thankyou smita mam , sushant and tilak sir for doing this podcast.
@kirandeepchakraborty7921 6 aylar önce
One of the most entertaining episodes of this series.❤
@premakumar6452 6 aylar önce
You guys made my evening what a wonderful conversation i am very proud of you guys
@Newshunter. 6 aylar önce
Superb listening to all the three of you. Smithaji, I am absolutely awe struck by the way you handle the podcasts. Sushanthji as well as Tilakji both have the clear idea and insight on the situation. They say about some books as unputdownable. This episode is also the same.
@TheIndianPrince_ 6 aylar önce
the depth of knowledge that i got about Pakistan after listening to this podcast is amazing.
@abhi171990 6 aylar önce
Sushant bhai is literally every Indian can relate too
@memelelo3641 6 aylar önce
Exactly....he should be in the Nsa advising the govt
@sharadagarwal1732 6 aylar önce
Superb discussion... Much better then TV panel discussion where there is always some fight going on. 👍
@sanmarino647 6 aylar önce
Haven’t seen a mind as crystal clear on topic of Pakistan as Sushant Sareen. Deep thinker and very smart Analyst. Respect to the host and Tilak ji too. RAW is an extraordinary organisation & has the best human resources who serve India 🇮🇳. Only a poor, ill managed & broken Pakistan is good for Bharat 🇮🇳 , can’t agree more with Sushant Bhai.
@rpsharma636 6 aylar önce
Broken Pakistan is good for Sind and Blochistan also.
@drkrittibasray3182 5 aylar önce
Smita my Smita. Salute at your feet for this incredibly illuminating podcast. The gentlemen were great too with their knowledge and perspective. You are the best interviewer in the English speaking world. Barbara Walters is history.
@bharatyodha8522 6 aylar önce
One word to describe this podcast - Superb! One would like you to invite these two stalwarts once again in the near future.
@harshsatya1982 6 aylar önce
One of the most sound discussion about Pakistan on Indian Media. I wish more such public discussions happen and we get over our dreams about Pakistan. Credit should be given to political leadership for enabling this clarity in public space.
@asmezhcet4828 6 aylar önce
What a brilliant discussion- Kudos to the channel. Totally worth the time and very insightful and knowledge providing.
@TradeSploit-rv7ex 5 aylar önce
can't believe this much good quality content is given by DD news.🙂
@vanshsapkal2826 4 aylar önce
What are you smoking man... It's ANI 😂
@venkatvenugopal 6 aylar önce
Thank you, super insightful and the choice topics and guests are amazing. If I may offer just one constructive critique, especially this episode, Smita ji , you may want to let your guests speak uninterrupted to fully voice their views😊
@ramanrrsblr 6 aylar önce
Excellent Smitha Ji. Very deep insight into Pakistan problems bought by genius Tilak Ji and Sushanth ji with Smitha Ji. Really enjoyed it. Thanks for this conversation. God Bless you all. Jai Hind.
@eyeinfinite27 6 aylar önce
So refreshing to see a Punjabi who is not crying nostalgic tears for his lost brothers in Lahore (or a Bengali who is not seculaar). Thumbs up for the guests, especially Mr Sareen. I am sorry Smita Prakash comes across as extremely out of depth, even ordinary, in this interview.
@avinashnaik6148 6 aylar önce
Mr.Tilak was our spy, man. Not only did he showcase his bravery by working in that role, but he also penned four books that provide an in-depth understanding of Pakistan.
@debanjanbiswas6930 6 aylar önce
Yeah really good...Btw I'm a Bengali...Correction : An individual can't be secular...Secularism is a state principal...
@abhinavshukla2202 6 aylar önce
@@debanjanbiswas6930 Exactly, thank gods somebody said it out loud. Secularism is a state characteristic, individuals at best can be tolerant of each other. I heard this from Sri Vikram Sood sir. Secularism is one of the most abused word of Indian political discourse.
@debanjanbiswas6930 6 aylar önce
@@abhinavshukla2202 Couldn't agree more
@nileshdeshpande9101 6 aylar önce
We need a part 2 of this. This podcast is 2 hrs but still entertaining
@suneelmehra6004 6 aylar önce
Pragmatic. Enjoyed the discussion. Sushant understands ground realities and Tilak has brilliant sense of their strategic imperatives. Both of them make a good team. Keep it up Smita. 🙏🏻
@rmnair90 6 aylar önce
Spellbinding conversation. Sat thru the complete show. Both Sushant and Tilak were superb. Sushant a shade more😊
@ishankagarwal4334 6 aylar önce
This is the best discussion on your podcast. I am not saying this because it is against 🇵🇰. This discussion have a lot of takeaways for 🇮🇳 as well. Really nice…informative, full of facts, and no drama
@satishkpradhan 6 aylar önce
This one podcast is better than all so called journalism and documentaries made in West on geopolitics.
@OmegaMarmaduke 6 aylar önce
What a wonderful Podcast. Thank you ANI and Smith Prakash . 👏👏
@myselfabc3997 6 aylar önce
Awesome podcast !! It looks like 3 good frnds discussing gossip in the galli. At the same time very informative and mind blowing
@honorhonor3352 6 aylar önce
As a Pakistani American listening to this podcast, I must say that you have pretty much hit the mail on the head.
@zephyr2600 6 aylar önce
@haveacigar100 Aylar önce
​@@zephyr2600 Not really. These guys are extremely baised. One dimensional view and sounded like everything is bad, wrong with Pakistan. A country of 250million and everything is wrong with them and not a single thing is wrong or was done wrong by India. Palistan is back stabber and indian is not
@preethachaudhury1390 6 aylar önce
Thoroughly enjoyed this podcast, as always. The camaraderie between the three of you is a welcome one after watching acrimonious TV debates, which incidentally I have stopped watching. Always return more informed after listening to Sushant Sareen speak. Mr. Devasher I heard for the first or second time. Impressed by his views, his voice of experience. I love the apparently easy, charming way you sail through your podcasts, while asking intelligent questions and discussing, not just asking questions, waiting to jump to the next one.. That requires talent.😊
@shivanandkotian-cq1gj 6 aylar önce
2 hours feel like 20 minutes.. Sushant is brilliant. What a podcast Smita, Sushant and Tilak... superb👍❤.
@shuchigupta5160 6 aylar önce
Loved the one liners in Punjabi t/O the podcast😂....so apt! This was a great episode to see a realistic and upfront conversation
@zetaleadership3939 6 aylar önce
...adding to Sushant ji; even in Kashmir valley, the pandits were butchered, looted... and made to flee not by who have landed from above. The most of the muslims living in the neighborhood are witness to what was happening while some of them are actively party to all that happened.
@piyushjaiswal9283 6 aylar önce
Still these pandits drool over them.
@NumberWorld 6 aylar önce
True for W. Bengal, true for Kerela as well, Problem is in the MINDSET created by AASMANI KITAB/Mullah
@proudindian1033 6 aylar önce
​@@NumberWorld while these states are in clutches of sky book, south indian states are in clutches of cross book
@theseeker3141 6 aylar önce
Two domain experts one good journalist in a well managed pod cast made for good listening and understanding the issue with clarity. Keep it coming Smita.
@aviramvijh 6 aylar önce
As always, a great discussion with par excellence guests.
@SyedaHafizaTurRehmanQamar 6 aylar önce
You have given a better picture of that narcissist Khan than any Pakistani analyst or journalist. Full marks
@shafiqueminhas 5 aylar önce
This is fantastic discussion very informative all three of you poured out your deep thought provoking analysis...
@I...2728 6 aylar önce
Hands down to Sushant Sareen for explaining in such detail. It's just so good. Of course the same with Tilak sir. What an amazing podcast and guest selection. The only bad part is Smita's too much interruptions till the mid part of the podcast.
@ParveenKumar-ek7uf 6 aylar önce
Bilwal says" His mother victim of terrorism, he means Musharaf was a terrorist. Nice podcast always. Ms Samita rocking.🙏👏🎉👍
@peregrinehiker7851 6 aylar önce
Brilliant discussion, these two men are among the best on Pak affairs.
@FaisalReacts 6 aylar önce
Tilak ji i can feel you, Pakistani don't take their responsibility to reform their system some time depending on American, sometimes China, or Saudi Arabia.. and as a Pakistani I'm really ashamed of this kind of mentality
@Ghytvhu 6 aylar önce
😂😂 aantakwadi state
@debanjanbiswas6930 6 aylar önce
*'Offended by everything, ashamed at nothing...'* ~ Bhikaristan
@JohnWick-uj4gh 6 aylar önce
Too late.....You have missed the Bus
@lawanyaarvind2810 6 aylar önce
Sharp, incisive, extremely informative. SUPERB PODCAST
@anchalsingh7913 6 aylar önce
This man here spitting facts 😊
@dark_knight400 6 aylar önce
Soon we want both of them back to the podcast .
@JerryChatterjee 6 aylar önce
Tilak sir has been an wonderful spy. I didn't expect Smita would be this fast in conducting such a panel discussion on Imrand's (RAA agent) arrest. Good interaction though.
@avinashnaik6148 6 aylar önce
He has authored four publications regarding Pakistan. Consider the potential magnitude of the impact that reading all of his books could have, especially when his one-hour interview had such a significant effect. Although he worked as a spy, it is reasonable to acknowledge how he highlighted the Pakistani citizens' susceptibility to fleeing toward the Indian borders for refuge due to the severe inadequacy of assistance in Pakistan.
@sanjieevrampal 6 aylar önce
Extremely intelligent discussion, hope people of India understand this. Very well articulated. Kudos to all the panelists.
@archie6702 6 aylar önce
@aalaapnaigaonkar7537 6 aylar önce
Smita ji is tkg her podcasts to different levels 👏🏾👏🏾
@sujitsk 6 aylar önce
Thank you for this episode Smita-Ji, as also for inviting Tilak Devasher-Ji and Sushant Sareen-Ji to a riveting discussion. When I hear Sushant-Ji, I am reminded of Cato the Elder's exhortation, Carthāgō dēlenda est ("Carthage must be destroyed") prior to the 3rd Punic War between Rome and Carthage. Pakistan too must be destroyed before it can harm us.
@sheelu45 9 gün önce
Thank you for giving a complete introduction of Mr Tilak Deveshvar. Unfortunately, in the podcast with Major Gaurav you haven´t done that. Good that caught up in this episode. Good 😊.
@raz_r 6 aylar önce
Smita does a good job representing the naive and foolish peace maker camp and Sushant Sareen gives the best replies to this kind of wishful thinking. Kudos to Sushant!
@samarendrasingh5196 6 aylar önce
Just eye opening debate. Love it. Hope such more discussion happen on this platform.
@vindiind 6 aylar önce
Wonderful episode. One of the most insightful on Pakistan equation. Interesting that Sushant's sharp observations on media's romantic/obsequious emotions on Pakistan and Pakistani elite leaders unsettled Smitha. For the first time, I see Smitha talking and screaming over her guests 🙂. When sushant was talking about Pakistani ability to throw away opportunities, Smitha was doubling down that there will not be any opportunities for them to throw away because no Indian PM succeeded in that effort. Never saw Smitha so aggressive. 😁. Very engaging episode.
@nilaychaturvedi5243 6 aylar önce
One of the reasons why this discussion is so good is because the host is as smart as the guest.
@getevennow 6 aylar önce
Absolute correct. Great Clarity of Analysis. You don’t want this psychopath remotely lurking close to a nuclear button !
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