Indian buses in no shape for Pakistan peace trip


By Y.P. Rajesh NEW DELHI, May 29 (Reuters) - They break down frequently, the windows rattle, the seats creak and the air-conditioning is broken. One of the two buses was hit by a truck last week. Yet on these two clapped-out vehicles ride the hopes of India and Pakistan. The nuclear-armed neighbours who went to the brink of war last year decided this week to restore a highly popular cross-border bus service to try to build on a thaw in ties. "Frankly, both buses are unfit to make the ...

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