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Most Pakistanis agree on peace, but no barter on Kashmir

Newspapers are selling like hotcakes and viewership of television channels soared as they report one breaking news after another regarding the dramatic warming up of ties between the South Asian nuclear-rivals on the sidelines of a regional summit in Islamabad. But Raja Ismail, an owner of a small general store, said he was overjoyed at the prospects of peace between the two countries. “I think that it is high time hostilities ended for good. We have gained nothing out of it. They have also not benefited. We have so much in common. Then why fight? Why not become friends?” The majority of Pakistanis from the lowest rung of the society to the highest level share Ismail’s sentiments. Full Story

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