For those of you who think that love is flowing across the border from Pakistan to India, here is a “grim report”:http://www.tnr.com/doc.mhtml?pt=rEp8HSWcbZi3u%2FG6rbayBx%3D%3D.
bq. Good luck. For now, the militants have gone quiet, temporarily refraining from larger-scale terrorist attacks in Kashmir. But Pakistan’s army and intelligence apparatus has grown so close to Kashmir militants that it is almost impossible for the government to genuinely crack down. And, even if the government does try, the jihadis won’t go quietly into the night. Infuriated, they stormed out of the meeting with the representative from the ISI. “After betraying the Islamic government in Afghanistan [i.e, the Taliban], General Musharraf is now trying to let down Kashmiris,” said one of the militants who attended the meeting with the ISI man. “Nobody can deviate us from our goal of liberating Kashmir.”