Neighbours almost invariably have uneasy relations, says Indian envoy

KARACHI: In his stimulating talk at Karachi’s Habib University, Dr T. C. Raghavan, the High Commissioner of India in Pakistan, spoke quite exhaustively on History and Diplomacy: Contextualising India-Pakistan Relations.

Raghavan recalled the ups and downs of ties between the two countries, saying that the people of both countries seem to forget highs such as the signing of the evacuee property in the early years of Partition; the agreement on minorities; the agreements on banking and currency and more than anything, the signing of the Indus Water Treaty.


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