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Aman ki Asha now builds a literary bridge

Times of India, 31 Jan 2010.

A few days ago, when the lead guitarist of the Pakistani band, Strings, suddenly started strumming the melody of Saare Jahaan Se Achha at a performance in Kolkata, the entire audience got goosebumps. This and many more such hauntingly beautiful experiences during the ongoing Aman ki Asha initiative launched by the Times of India and the Jang group in Pakistan, have revealed that, despite all the issues - the pain, the anger, the historic insanity - when it is people to people, there are strong emotional bonds in play.

 

Inching closer to a great reconciliation

by Amitabh Mattoo, 21 Jan 2010, Times of India

The only way Indo-Pak relationship can move forward is through a systematic resolution at every level.The nature of contemporary South Asian politics, this process of reconciliation need not be state-driven any more. Civil societies in India and Pakistan are robust enough to set this process in motion.

 

Forget 1947, It's History

by Allen O'Brien, 01 Mar 2010, Times of India

Children bridge the borders of the mind.

Two lakh handkerchiefs bearing mesages of peace and goodwill link Delhi and Karachi. With Funky slogans on handkerchiefs from nince cities and 1,200 schools. Aman ki Asha begins a new season of hope, a new Indo-Pak border, where yound Indians shed the baggage of history.

 

 

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Peace with Pak: Pitching for friendship, On And Off The Field

Indranil Basu, 3 January 2010, Times of India

 

Pak writers look to Partition for new stories

Sarwat Ali, 3 January 2010, Times of India

 

Peace with Pak: Breaking the sound barrier in Bollywood

3 January 2010, Times of India

 

In the food streets of Lahore, you live to eat

Usman Ghafoor, 3 January 2010, Times of India

 

Dhoop Kinare, Tanhaiyaan still remembered fondly

3 January 2010, Times of India

 

People-to-people contact the healing touch

5 January 2010, Times of India

 

Fighting for the peace dividend

Ranjan Roy, 5 January 2010, Times of India

 

Backchannels back on track BEHIND THE CLASP

by Shobhan Saxena, 7 January 2010, Times of India

 

Surprises in search for a meeting ground

For Pakistanis, business ties with India emerge as top preference. Not so for Indians who prefer the route of sports to make peace

7 January 2010, Times of India

 

TALKING BETTER THAN BULLETS FLYING

7 January 2010, Times of India

 

friendlyfire

7 January 2010, Times of India

Writers look out across the border

4 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

All for a Bhagat Singh library in Pakistan

4 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Hindu festival thrives in Lahore

4 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Movie bonds stronger than cricket ties

4 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Inching closer to a great reconciliation

4 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Dreams shattered at the border Cross Over Tales

Ramaninder K Bhatia, 7 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Old world charm in city of nawabs

Pravin Kumar, 7th Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Blow hot, blow cold, blow calm

Divya A, 7 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

'Peace is so blazingly obvious'

Ronojoy Sen, 7 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Mel Karati Madhushala: Verses that bind

Mohammed Wajihuddin & Anubha Sawhney, 11 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

'Aman' remains the buzzword at poetry evening

Nikhat Kazmi, 11 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Urdu a very strong bonding factor

11 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Two veteran poets who thrive on metaphors

Bella Jaisinghani, 11 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Indian, Pakistani writers love 'their own English'

Baran Farooqi, 11 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

On the streets and in textbooks, lessons in hate

Farah Zia, 14 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Indians hardly know the real Pakistan

Ayesha Khaled, 14 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Lankan radio breaks sound barrier

Ajit Bezbaruah, 14 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Hundreds enjoy lavish spread at Indo-Pak food

14 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

Ghalib belongs to India, Pak, world'

Firoz Bakht, 14 Feb 2010, Times of India

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mel Karati Madhushala: Verses that bind

 
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