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    When North and South Korea can end hostilities and enmity after 70 years why not Pak-India ?

    The world has been witnessing one of the best happenings in the recent times as North and South Korea has become friends for ever and there wont be any kind of war between them and a treaty has been signed. This has happened after 70 years of hostilities between the two countries which worried the world. If that can be done, then why India and Pakistan should lag behind. If both the leadership wish to have give and take policy, even we too have cordial relations with the neighboring countries. It is for the Pakistan to think on this !
  • #634892
    It is really very nice to learn that south and North Korea have signed a friendly agreement ending their 70 years long enmity. It has averted a world war I can say. Never expected that they will come so near. It is very good this happened.
    If India and Pakistan also learns something from this and make an amendment to their ways and become friends, we all can feel relieved. The amount of money we are spending on defence can be used for the development of the country. But certain issues can't be resolved so amicably in a short span.
    But if both the countries start negotiating and come out with a win all proposal definitely it is stepping towards the progress of this subcontinent.
    Let us all hope for the better always.

    always confident

  • #634898
    Between India & Pakistan, the dispute is not about the boundary but of beliefs. They having the beliefs of something which is extremism in itself & don't feel the preference of others onto them.

    The matters ends here.

    In one of the news channels a Muslim cleric saying to the anchor that the India should further be divided as the Muslim population is now equals to the population that lead to the creation Pakistan in 1947.

    We are more into politics instead of making an understanding of this.

  • #634900
    No way. Like how South and North pole can't come closer, its the same with India and Pakistan. When we can't solve the long lasting dispute of Kashmir, become 2 nation in one is just a blind dream and imagination. It can never be true.

  • #634901
    But general people in Pakistan having connection in India feels that we have been separated by boundary but always have liking for each other.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #634918
    It is true that the decision of both Koreas to go together after ending the enimity between them can be taken as a model at least to try. The question of belief will be a problem only a few. Majority will not be giving much importance to it. Very often the minority mislead the majority for making gains out of the trouble. The true believers are not worried about others' belief. Hence a geographic and political unity might only help the unified nation as a whole.
    Gold Member ISC

  • #634929
    Germans got united by breaking a wall. The Koreans started working together by keeping their differences aside. But you can't dream such happenings in the Indian sub-continent. As Jeets has rightly said, we couldn't resolve the Kashmir issue for the last 70 years, how can we think such a positive line even in a dream? The Agra summit just ended like photo session at the great Tajmahal and the flash visit to greet the Pakistn premier on the eve of his birthday couldn't help to mold the orthodox base for extremism. it is true that the general public in the neighbouring state are of the opinion that they missed so much because of the bifurcation and the never-ending rivalry between the two nations.

  • #634930
    When we unite, where is the question of Kashmir as that will belong to all. That was my mention,
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #635678
    I would take this news with a pinch of salt. A powerful leader launches nulcear tests, missiles across Japan, threatens world peace suddenly extends a hand of friendship. Doesn't make much sense. This would be just on the surface to avoid the intense diplomatic and economic pressures applied on North Korea.

    If you consider the history of the love-hate relationships between North and South Korea, it dates back to the 1960s. Let's hope for the best.

    With regards to the Kashmir issue, it has gone on for many years and it culminates with more destruction of life and property before an agreement is reached. Anyone who finds this solution can assure themselves for a Noble Peace Prize.

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