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Will India and Pakistan come together and become the most powerful countries in the world?

Asked by Rupinder Singh, 11 Aug '07 09:57 pm
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Impossible , Becoz Pakis are fundamentally based on Islam and India is so called secular country.
Answered by Rajesh Bangad, 01 Aug '09 08:55 pm

 
  
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Not possible in the near future
Answered by Saj Sierra, 12 Aug '07 05:09 am

 
  
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Illetracy is common in Pakistan. So is it in India. Poverty is common in Pakistan. So is it in India. Pakistani media highlights rural illetracy and Indian media highlights Pakistani illetracy.

We hide the state of affairs in our country by showcasing a few highrises in Mumbai. They do the same w/ Karachi. Pakistan's cities get embarassed when angry zealots take over public buildings. India's cities get embarassed through a single spell of rain.

I don't see THAT much difference between India & Pakistan, from a people-people point of view. And the ground realities in both the countries from a common person's POV looks the same IMO.

And South Asia was around A LONG TIME before 1947. OF COURSE conciliation is possible, but it won't make the politicians on either side happy. If the West & East Germans could reintegrate, so can India & Pakistan .

I mean, biting your teeth, making some adjustements but having a strong South Asian front beats a situation where all South Asian countrie ...more
Answered by A Moin, 12 Aug '07 02:25 am

 
  
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India & China are possible.
Answered by Joseph Chacko, 11 Aug '07 11:42 pm

 
  
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No pakistan cannot match with india. Pakistan has its own internal problems, illiteracy is common, country is divided into tribes, they have their own ethnic problems as well. Extremism, corruption, unemployment & bad infrastructure is rampant. Most important of all is there is no democratic set up in real sense. People are normally not techno savvy unlike Indian population. India has huge surplus of educated talent. So, no question of such association in future.
Answered by saquib mohammed, 11 Aug '07 10:12 pm

 
  
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Agar politician chahe to possible hai.
Answered by gautam, 11 Aug '07 10:05 pm

 
  
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I dont know why you are dreaming? Is it possible and will it be allowed by the Politicians? India and Pakistan is always a hot question for politics.
Answered by kasi rao, 11 Aug '07 10:00 pm

 
  
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Dnt think so
Answered by pooja batra, 11 Aug '07 09:59 pm

 
  
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India..no.1......
pak.. never...
Answered by kaipakrishnakarthik, 11 Aug '07 09:58 pm

 
  
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