Why always a situation of intolerance remains between India and Pakistan?
As nowadays a kind of fight is going on between the two nations, this is not the first time that this is happening!
Religion. It all seems ridiculous in the 21st century that people still kill themselves over differing beliefs in a deity. If it wasn't so sad, it would be funny.
Islam. Islam is at war with everyone else, and between its own sects, too. I feel sorry for the Sufis and Almaddis, both killed by Sunni and Shia sects.
Pakistan has to stop terrorism and proxy war to end this. It is too much for India to handle and surgical strike is a result of it.
This situation of heightened tensions, cross firing and casualties along the border shall and will continue. Since 1947 its more like status quo for the respective governments with billion of dollars being shelled out without a second thought.
by S K G Rao. 6 years ago
Who will win if there is a war between India and Pakistan.Should there be a war for Kashmir,there seems to be no end for talks going on like in a ping pong game with out a end.Only practice - no game.
by Sambhunath Tiadi 8 years ago
What will be the problem,if India remains under the control of USA to teach a lesson to the corruptpolitical leaders?
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
Why USA does not worry about the nuclear programs of India and Pakistan?Why USA does not worry about the nuclear programs of India and Pakistan, but worry so much about that of Iran?
by onlinearticlespk 6 years ago
Should Pakistan and Israel must recognize each other as both are the ideological states?
by ankigarg87 7 years ago
Does accepting aids from India by Pakistan affects their relations.Do you think their relations become good and of friendly nature.if they help each others in need ?
by earnestshub 8 years ago
The news has been running this story about the cricket player marrying a tennis player, I thought that was a bit rare, but why would they not marry each other when they are living in adjoining countries.Sounds very strange to me!
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