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November 14, 2003
After 15 long years, an Indian cricket team looks likely to cross the border and engage Pakistan in a Test and Limited Overs International series.
Both boards have been pushing for this series for some years now, saying cricket will help to strengthen friendly relations between the two peoples.
But not everyone is convinced. One reader, Anup Singh from NOIDA, writes that both the boards are more interested in making money than in fostering friendship. "Make telecast and entry free, then we will know the real deal," he suggests.
What is your opinion?