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Aasim Sajjad Akhtar

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The writer teaches at the Lahore University of Management Sciences

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Francesco Sinibaldi

Ireland

27 July, 2008

In the natural field.

A flash of light falls in the bedroom with an evident strength, and I search, in my childhood, the sound of a blackbird, a beautiful noise and the love for a dream. Francesco Sinibaldi

N. JAVED

United Kingdom

28 July, 2008

INTERESTING...

By chance or by design, in their insisting stance to keep putting the cart before the horse (CBM's before Kashmir) one has to wonder loud if India has been serious and sincere enough when the most VALUABLE and rare peace opportunity kept emerging repeatedly under Musharraf. The gamble India may have taken, or perhaps her intentions always were, as time may surely tell, was to let time and the new people to people bonhomie eventually sweep Kashmir under the rug. If this gamble backfires, I shudder to think what may lie ahead...

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