Indo-pak peace

This group may be seen as a meeting point for all those who desire for friendship between India and Pakistan. Please feel free to share news and views about Indo-Pak issues. Also, let's not just debate, let's also try to materialise our hope and work together. 

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Inviting collaborators to join us in our third 'Tree for Harmony' week - Dedicated to Indo-Pak Friendship

Started by Devika Mittal Aug 23, 2014. 0 Replies

Enclosing an invitiation for all individuals and organisations to join us in this. We can dedicate our efforts for Indo-Pak peace. We can plant the harmony tree and hold a discussion/art-based…Continue

What steps should be taken by civil society for Peace ?

Started by Raja Sajjad Khan. Last reply by Muhammad Tanveer Akhtar Jun 20, 2014. 2 Replies

We all love peace and human development.This is our dream but we have to put this dream into reality. I think we should have to play role? what we can do for Peace? i think following steps:1: Project…Continue

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Comment by Devika Mittal on March 28, 2015 at 1:56am

Cricket is a medium to bond, not to spread hatred. Read what ‪#‎Pakistanis‬ said to ‪#‎India‬ during ‪#‎WorldCup‬

Comment by Muhammad Tanveer Akhtar on June 20, 2014 at 8:57am

Thanks Devika Mittal I do respect your opinion and comments, aap ka bahot shukriay, Ameen aap ki duain meri kamyabi ka zriah hen!

Comment by Devika Mittal on June 20, 2014 at 3:45am

@Mohammad Tanveer Akhtar ji.. Thank you so much. Really happy to know about and your work. Inshallah, aap apni is koshish mei kamiyaab ho. 

Comment by Muhammad Tanveer Akhtar on June 18, 2014 at 1:39pm

Devika Mittal I am really glad to see this group at PCDN Indo-Pak Peace as a student of Political Science and an activist am here to be part of this proactive initiative by your good self. I will try to give my input time to time, am working on an initiative of establishing the Community Center in the name of Sikhs who were martyred during the rebels in June 1947 at the time of partition in my village 100% population of Sikhs was forcefully kicked out of the village, most of them were murdered. So the majority of the people were escaped, I am planning to construct a community center in their memory "Shiri Jaswant Singh" Memorial Community Center Village DHERI, Sub Post Office CHAKRI, Tehsil and District Rawalpindi at that time this village was in the tehsil Fateh Jang District Cambellpur (Attock) Punjab Pakistan

Comment by Devika Mittal on May 26, 2014 at 12:29pm

@Muhammad Shahnawaz Khan yes :) 

@Raja Sajjad Khan ji..thanks to you for joining in. 

Comment by Muhammad Shahnawaz Khan on May 26, 2014 at 6:18am

@Devika Mittal, thats a positive step towards the peace process , generally it is peaceful by track A policy but we need to pay attention on track B policy too, which usually media hijacks and then interrupt this peace process. Lets join together not to work them to damage our hope this time. (y)

Comment by Raja Sajjad Khan on May 26, 2014 at 4:45am


Comment by Devika Mittal on May 25, 2014 at 9:47am

@Faisal Latif, inshallah..i also hope that this may be the beginning of an uninterrupted peace. 

@Idrees Jehan..yes, peace is the way forward. 

Comment by Faisal Latif on May 25, 2014 at 6:44am

Hi Devika, I would support any effort that would bring both the countries together, and let this region flourish, benefiting people on both sides of the border.

I hope that Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif's visit to India for oath taking ceremony of Prime Minister Nirendra Modi and a one-on-one meeting would further strengthen our mutual relations. I hope that our armies would also play their role in bringing peace to the region.

I wish you best of luck!!

Kindest Regards,

Faisal Latif

Comment by Idrees Jehan on May 25, 2014 at 6:38am


      we strongly favor the indo-pak peace. enough is enough. we like now to practice love in the two regions.  


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