Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Great Regulars: Our phones don't connect to each

other's countries, for ordinary travellers to get a visa is a process so complicated it may as well include a physical obstacle course, we don't trade freely and we have even managed to turn the most boring sport in the world--cricket--into a constantly tense encounter between our peoples.

But that's the outside. That's not how Indians and Pakistanis feel when they are with each other. I can think of no country in which I am more warmly received than India. (And a Pakistani passport is not exactly a hot welcome card anywhere).

from Fatima Bhutto: Financial Times: The Diary


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