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January 14, 2004

Should India tour Pakistan
Does a thaw in India-Pakistan relations mean that India's cricket team has to tour Pakistan?

Will it be wise for India's beloved players to go to Pakistan at a time when extremists in that country are trying hard to murder their own president Pervez Musharraf?

What is the guarantee that the team will be safe?

What's your take? Do you think India should tour Pakistan at this juncture? Will it help improve relations between the neighbours?

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Number of User Comments: 311




Sub: Should India tour Pakistan?

I just can't say if India should really tour Pakistan or not. For pure cricketing reasons, I will say "YES" India should tour Pakistan, for ...


Posted by Mahesh Kulkarni





Sub: Should India tour Pak.

A big NO, I would refer to an article in rediff by Arindam "Cricket is not that important" at a time when NZ and Eng. ...


Posted by San





Sub: India visitng pakistan

This is no love for peace for pakistan. They r broke now. They need money. This is only the reason they want us to visit ...


Posted by Rohit Gupta





Sub: INDIA SHOULD TOUR PAK

I think we should leave the security aspect to the gvernment and carry on with cricket. People on both sides have no hatred save a ...


Posted by DARRYL





Sub: should Indian cricket team tour pakistan?

I guess Indian team could have toured pakistan if pak-administration was in capable hands. There is no point in discussing the security issues in a ...


Posted by Adarsh Prasad




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