Why India and Pakistan hate each other

Hissing cousins

Three score and ten years after their acrimonious split, India and Pakistan remain at daggers drawn.

EVERY AFTERNOON AT sunset, at a point midway along the arrow-straight road between Amritsar and Lahore, rival squads of splendidly uniformed soldiers strut and stomp a 17th-century British military drill known as Beating…

Bet 2bBarked commands, fierce glares and preposterously high kicks all signal violent intent.

But then, lovingly and in unison, the enemies lower their national flags. Opposing guardsmen curtly shake hands, and the…

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