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Thursday, November 06, 2008

Little Drops of Water, Little Grains of Sand…

Apart from the rather well-publicised opening of a trade route between India and Pakistan across the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir, efforts made recently towards improving Indo-Pak relations have also resulted in the organisation of a music festival and a series of Kabaddi matches in Punjab. The latter, it appears, have not been covered as extensively in the news-media, nationally as well as internationally, as the former.


Sidhusaaheb said...

Sriram | Homepage | 11.06.08 – 11:08 am | #


I wish for our own sake that the event should have been publicised and also taken to other cities. I heard there are going to be some kind of Indo-Pak challenged athletes’ games also but that is also hardly mentioned in the media.
BTW the second link shows error. Please check.
MP | Homepage | 11.06.08 – 3:27 pm | #


@Sriram: I’ll check.

@MP: I’ve updated the link. Thanks for the tip!
Sidhusaaheb | Homepage | 11.06.08 – 4:15 pm | #


have you ever heard punjabi commentary in a kabadi match .. mind-blowing :)
Asma | Homepage | 11.06.08 – 6:20 pm | #



yes,i agree it is not publicised by media,but we all know media wants masala only then they report it ,if the cheergirls were there ?
if there was Rakhi present,
if there was some Minister present
what whould have hapeen ?
we all know 24 hours all media would have been there.

see you later
mitesh | Homepage | 11.09.08 – 11:22 am | #

Sidhusaaheb said...

Thanks for sharing Sidhu. I was not aware of both.
Mridula | Homepage | 11.13.08 – 7:44 am | #