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Crush extremism... By Ali

27 December, 2013

It was sometime in 1998 when the DGMOs of Pakistan and India had their last meeting and now, after a gap of almost 15 years, the military higher-ups of the two neighbouring countries recently had a meeting at the Wahgah border. Most analysts from India and Pakistan are of the opinion that this meeting is the beginning of a new dawn of peace and friendship between the two countries and certainly will lead the two countries towards the realm of economic prosperity.

It is a universally admitted fact that friendly relations among neighbouring countries promote peace and prosperity in the region the benefit of the situation is for the common people.

PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER
Multan

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