And the madness multiplies as the chirpy Sejal joins him in this crazy and exciting trip.But mind you in Sejal’s words she is not a girl who leaves her fiance for a tour guide or will she From releasing various songs and mini trails to travelling to different cities to meet their fans both the lead actors have been on their toes to promote the movie The compatibility between Anushka and SRK has kept the fans agog during the promotions as well The Raees of Bollywood and bubbly Anushka have earlier painted the silver screen red in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and Jab Tak Hai Jaan Now with Jab Harry Met Sejal we expect nothing less than an adventurous ride from this onscreen couple For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPublished: January 24 2014 2:24 am India and Pakistan never tire of saying that their main concern is the welfare of the Kashmiri people In that case both countries must move out of their entrenched positions (Photo: PTI) Related News A mutually recognised border between states is a prerequisite for stable relations Its presence will not guarantee good neighbourly relations but its absence will almost certainly guarantee tension This is as true of the Af-Pak border as of the India-Pakistan border not only along the international frontier but equally along the dividing line in Jammu and Kashmir Good fences make good neighbours provided they are built on a line accepted by both It should be in the interests of both India and Pakistan to settle this long-festering problem Both are investing large amounts of human and material resources For India we should want to resolve it since it has compelled us to deploy significant numbers of our security forces; it gives a handle to Pakistan to rake up the issue every now and then internationally on human rights grounds; and since it adversely affects the lives of citizens there in many ways For Pakistan also it ought to make sense to want to resolve the issue Both countries say they want to settle the issue But if each side maintains its position undiluted it is as good as saying that they do not care if the problem keeps festering This implies that neither India nor Pakistan has given up hope of achieving its maximum: for India recovering the third of Kashmir still in Pakistan’s possession and occupying the whole of J&K especially the Valley for Pakistan It is not as if each side does not recognise the utter futility of achieving its territorial ambition but because of domestic political compulsions they feel obliged to maintain unchanged their impossible-to-realise objective For India stating that we are prepared to discuss all issues including Kashmir no longer sounds convincing For Pakistan the formula of invoking UN resolutions might work domestically but is counterproductive from India’s perspective and only shows that Pakistan is not really interested in looking for ways to resolve the issue The time may have come to tell Pakistan that there is no point in talking about Kashmir if it persists in its inflexible stand of UN resolutions etc The international community will understand and appreciate such an approach Many in India are convinced that Pakistan is not keen on finding a solution since this is one issue on which the government and military there can easily mobilise public opinion and whip up anti-Indian propaganda Also the removal of the Kashmir issue from the Indo-Pak agenda would eliminate the rationale for the Pakistan army’s preeminent position However in view of the current critical situation in Pakistan a mutually acceptable solution would or ought to weaken the jihadist elements who exploit it to raise funds and recruit more people to their ranks Jawaharlal Nehru in a note to Sheikh Abdullah dated August 25 1952 described the problem: “The state (of J&K) is of importance from strategic and other points of view to both India and Pakistan Hence the conflict between the two” He did not stop there but went on to think of possible ways to avoid war and arrive at peace His proposed solution needs to be revived “We are superior to Pakistan in military and industrial power But that superiority is not so great as to produce results quickly either in war or fear of war” he continued His conclusion: “the only possible way of putting an end to this conflict is by accepting more or less the status quo” Nehru added: “We were not prepared to give up any territory that we possessed to Pakistan but we might for the sake of peace agree to their holding what they had then had” Nehru told Abdullah that this conclusion was not a pleasant one for him but “logically I could not help arriving at it” He also conveyed to the Sheikh that he had mentioned this to Clement Attlee and Ernest Bevin in London in the last quarter of 1948 that is even before the ceasefire came into existence on January 1 1949 He had also mentioned this to Pakistan’s prime minister Liaquat Ali Khan Nehru did not hesitate to openly air his idea In a public meeting in Delhi on April 13 1956 he declared: “I am willing to accept that the question of the part of Kashmir that is under Pakistan should be settled by demarcation of the border on the basis of the present ceasefire line we have no desire to take it by fighting” (All quotes are from AG Noorani’s book The Kashmir Dispute) The Zulfikar Ali Bhutto-Swaran Singh talks in 1962-63 were serious though perhaps not sincere negotiations with maps exchanged and lines drawn India made a generous offer of giving 1500 square kilometres more than what Pakistan occupied at that time but Pakistan was greedy It felt that India was so weak after the war with China that it would yield to international pressure and agree to its terms Bhutto was ready to offer only the district of Kathua to India keeping everything else including Ladakh for Pakistan No wonder the negotiations led nowhere What Nehru said in 1952 about war or threat of war not being the solution is even truer today with both countries possessing nuclear weapons Hence if the logic of the desirability of finding a solution is valid some effort to revive his prescription would seem to be called for Prime Minister Indira Gandhi too favoured such a solution From all published accounts of the Shimla meeting between her and Bhutto in July 1972 the latter had promised her that on return to Pakistan he would initiate the process of turning the LoC into an international border When he failed to keep his promise we in India criticised him accusing him of bad faith etc This suggests that most people on our side would have accepted the settlement When Nehru broached the idea of a settlement on the basis of status quo to Atlee and Bevin in 1948 he was perhaps indicating to them that he would be prepared to accept their help in striking such a deal; otherwise why should he mention it to the British leaders who had been far from helpful to India in the Security Council Was he in a not too indirect way hinting at their mediation Nehru was definitely opposed to arbitration but he did not seem to have the same attitude towards outside help in some form As for the militants in Kashmir if they care for the wellbeing of fellow Kashmiris they too must come to terms with reality They know or ought to know that Pakistan is only using them for its attempt to destabilise India and is not in the least concerned about the suffering of Kashmiris India and Pakistan never tire of saying that their main concern is the welfare of the Kashmiri people In that case both countries must move out of their entrenched positions Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee too had spoken of “bold and imaginative” steps in his “Musings from Kumarakom” in January 2001 Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has categorically declared that there was no question of territorial compromise or concession Pervez Musharraf had declared that “borders should be made irrelevant” But for the border to become irrelevant there must first be a border So long as there is no settled border the temptation to secure territorial advantage will always remain Hence some formula such as the one Nehru was prepared to countenance including external help will have to be considered Many would say that the time is not propitious now But will there ever be a right time Civil society in both countries might have to take a lead in the matter Chinmaya R Gharekhan is India’s former permanent representative at the UN is adjunct senior fellow Delhi Policy Group Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News charming and full of life. 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