In the 1993 film, Groundhog Day, the lead character Phil awakens each morning to relive the same reality. That may well resonate with India’s mandarins at Turtle Bay, headquarters of the United Nations in New York City.
It’s been nearly a decade since India first attempted to have Masood Azhar, founder of terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed, proscribed under the provisions of Resolution 1267 of the ISIL (Da’esh) and Al Qaeda Committee of the UN Security Council
When China blocked the first attempt, Indian officials at the time were relatively confident that, given sufficient proof of Azhar’s malefic designs, Beijing would oblige as it had done with Laskhar-e-Taiba head, Hafeez Saeed. Read More