Tuesday, July 15


The fever of war has abated. The ice packs of games,bollywood and cricket tenaciously applied, have brought the temperature down. But the lethal virus that caused it remains in the body politic of the South Asian entity.
Everyone knows viruses cannot be killed by ice packs, or indeed by any other form of external intervention. The patient has to develop sufficient antibodies of his own which alone can do the job.
In the case of India and Pakistan this requires a number of preliminary measures. The first of these is the application of will, an exercise in true self-assessment, and an utterly honest introspective analysis of options that might indicate the way to a solution.
If you thinks that we need real and serious dicsussions (not some games threads) to step ahead with our dream to have a strong friendship, then you are one of us.

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