Promoting people-to-people interaction, fighting religious intolerance and violence

Prominent Indian activists and scholars to participate in a forthcoming dialogue on peace and interfaith harmony in Karachi An interfaith and peace...

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“Aman ki Asha is a platform which is doing good work and you must continue it”

H.E. Abdul Basit, Pakistan’s High Commissioner to India recently visited Kolkata and interacted with business people, journalists, students and...

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For Indians and Pakistanis, on-going visa woes

The uncertainty around visas for Indian groups attending a theatre festival in Pakistan again highlights the bureaucratic restrictions that prevent...

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Celebrating the colours of life

By coming together to celebrate happy occasions like Eid, Holi, Diwali, Christmas we accept and rejoice in the differences and lead the way to peace...

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Lit fest hopping: from JLF to LLF

Literature festivals on both sides of the border draw similar crowds. The best part is they bring at least some Indians and Pakistanis together By...

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Joint editorial statement, Jang Group and Times of India, 1 January, 2010

Peace between India and Pakistan has been stubbornly elusive and yet tantalizingly inevitable. This vast subcontinent senses the bounties a peace dividend can deliver to its people yet it recoils from claiming a share. The natural impulse would be to break out of the straitjacket of stated positions and embrace an ideal that promises sustained prosperity to the region, yet there is hesitation.

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When alienation melts away When alienation melts away

The concluding part of an online cross-border discussion between two young people, Gaurav Chavan in Mumbai and Ramsha Jahangir in...

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