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Nearly seven decades of hostility between India and Pakistan produced no clear winner except for the global arms industry. But this has not stopped a low-intensity war being fought against scenic Himalayan backdrops from claiming casualties on either side of the Line of Control with brutal regularity. Before the situation gets any worse, the onus […]

Written by Arushi Jain |
Updated: February 1, 2021 4:28:47 pm

Nearly seven decades of hostility between India and Pakistan produced no clear winner except for the global arms industry. But this has not stopped a low-intensity war being fought against scenic Himalayan backdrops from claiming casualties on either side of the Line of Control with brutal regularity. Before the situation gets any worse, the onus is on India, as the economically larger and militarily stronger of the two, to initiate a long overdue joint exercise in course correction to turn into normal neighbours who share 3,000 km of common international border, besides a lot else.

Before the situation gets any worse, the onus is on India, as the economically larger and militarily stronger of the two, to initiate a long overdue joint exercise in course correction to turn into normal neighbours who share 3,000 km of common international border, besides a lot else.

Nearly seven decades of hostility between India and Pakistan produced no clear winner except for the global arms industry. But this has not stopped a low-intensity war being fought against scenic Himalayan backdrops from claiming casualties on either side of the Line of Control with brutal regularity. Before the situation gets any worse, the onus is on India, as the economically larger and militarily stronger of the two, to initiate a long overdue joint exercise in course correction to turn into normal neighbours who share 3,000 km of common international border, besides a lot else.

Nearly seven decades of hostility between India and Pakistan produced no clear winner except for the global arms industry. But this has not stopped a low-intensity war being fought against scenic Himalayan backdrops from claiming casualties on either side of the Line of Control with brutal regularity. Before the situation gets any worse, the onus is on India, as the economically larger and militarily stronger of the two, to initiate a long overdue joint exercise in course correction to turn into normal neighbours who share 3,000 km of common international border, besides a lot else.

Nearly seven decades of hostility between India and Pakistan produced no clear winner except for the global arms industry. But this has not stopped a low-intensity war being fought against scenic Himalayan backdrops from claiming casualties on either side of the Line of Control with brutal regularity. Before the situation gets any worse, the onus is on India, as the economically larger and militarily stronger of the two, to initiate a long overdue joint exercise in course correction to turn into normal neighbours who share 3,000 km of common international border, besides a lot else.

Nearly seven decades of hostility between India and Pakistan produced no clear winner except for the global arms industry. But this has not stopped a low-intensity war being fought against scenic Himalayan backdrops from claiming casualties on either side of the Line of Control with brutal regularity. Before the situation gets any worse, the onus is on India, as the economically larger and militarily stronger of the two, to initiate a long overdue joint exercise in course correction to turn into normal neighbours who share 3,000 km of common international border, besides a lot else.

Nearly seven decades of hostility between India and Pakistan produced no clear winner except for the global arms industry. But this has not stopped a low-intensity war being fought against scenic Himalayan backdrops from claiming casualties on either side of the Line of Control with brutal regularity. Before the situation gets any worse, the onus is on India, as the economically larger and militarily stronger of the two, to initiate a long overdue joint exercise in course correction to turn into normal neighbours who share 3,000 km of common international border, besides a lot else.

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