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The trust deficit

The trust deficit

Dear Beena,  (May 6 2010) I am heartened too by our PMs meeting in Thimphu. But let me say that I also have hope from such events as your Aman ki Asha seminar, where there’s discussion between...
Perceptions, perceptions

Perceptions, perceptions

Dear Beena,  (April, 22 2010) I know your Berlin adventure was stymied by, of all things, a volcano in Iceland. Who’d have thought it? Somebody more eloquent than I could probably find some...
Clap with both hands

Clap with both hands

Dear Beena,  (April 15, 2009) Rejuvenated by a few days tramping in the hills, I return to our fray, if that’s the word. Let me be frank, I think we Indians have messed up in Kashmir. Whatever...
Frankly my dear, let’s give a damn

Frankly my dear, let’s give a damn

Dilip D’Souza and Beena Sarwar continue their correspondence, attempting to share thoughts honestly, without fear and hostility, exploring what divides our countries, and seeking ways to bridge...
Push for peace parks

Push for peace parks

Dilip D’Souza and Beena Sarwar continue their correspondence, attempting to share thoughts honestly, without fear and hostility, exploring what divides our countries, and seeking ways to bridge...
Dream on

Dream on

Dilip D’Souza and Beena Sarwar continue their correspondence, attempting to share thoughts honestly, without fear and hostility, exploring what divides our countries, and seeking ways to bridge...
It’s about time

It’s about time

Dilip D’Souza and Beena Sarwar continue their correspondence, attempting to share thoughts honestly, without fear and hostility, exploring what divides our countries, and seeking ways to bridge...
Let’s introspect

Let’s introspect

Dilip D’Souza and Beena Sarwar continue their email exchange seeking ways to bridge the gulf between Pakistan and India Dear Beena,  (Mar 2 2010) Since we’ve started on this path of...
Let’s keep it going

Let’s keep it going

Dilip D’Souza and Beena Sarwar continue their correspondence from last week, attempting to share thoughts honestly, without fear and hostility, exploring what divides our countries, and seeking...
Peace is hard work

Peace is hard work

A Pakistani and an Indian begin an email exchange, attempting to share their thoughts honestly, without fear and hostility, exploring what divides our countries, and seeking ways to bridge the divide...