Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Saturday, March 11, 2000

Front Page | National | International | Regional | Opinion | Business | Sport | Science & Tech | Entertainment | Miscellaneous | Classified | Employment | Features | Employment | Index | Home

Front Page | Previous | Next

'Most dangerous place'

By Sridhar Krishnaswami

WASHINGTON, MARCH 10. The U.S. President, Mr. Bill Clinton, has said the Indian sub-continent and the Line of Control in Kashmir is the most dangerous place in the world.

Addressing an inter-faith religious meeting here, he said. ``I am sure all of you have thought about this more than I have. The most dangerous place in the world today, I think you could argue, is the Indian sub-continent and the Line of Control in Kashmir. Is that an ethnic conflict or a religious one?''

He felt that in order to understand and make the journey one would have to learn not only about ethnic and racial differences but also religious differences.

Send this article to Friends by E-Mail


Section  : Front Page
Previous : 'India key element of U.S. foreign policy'
Next     : Sudarshan is new RSS chief

Front Page | National | International | Regional | Opinion | Business | Sport | Science & Tech | Entertainment | Miscellaneous | Classified | Employment | Features | Employment | Index | Home

Copyright © 2000 The Hindu

Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu