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SOUTHASIA
RTREUH
July 11, 2003
Indian activists from the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (World Hindu Council),
a hardline Hindu organisation,...
New Delhi, Republic of India
ACTIVISTS OF THE WORLD HINDU COUNCIL SHOUT ANTI-PAKISTAN SLOGANS AT A
BUS TERMINAL IN NEW DELHI.
Indian activists from the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (World Hindu Council),
a hardline Hindu organisation, shout anti-Pakistan slogans at a bus
terminal during the departure of a bus on the Delhi-Lahore bus route at
a terminal in New Delhi July 11, 2003. Accompanied by armed guards, the
first buses in 18 months crossed the tense India and Pakistan border on
Friday, as the nuclear rivals begin rebuilding ties after teetering on
the brink of war last year. Two buses, one from India's capital New
Delhi and the other from the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore and
carrying many passengers eager for family reunions for the first time
in years, headed for the border between the countries early in the
morning. REUTERS/B. Mathur

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