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(From The Economic Times)
Byline: Rashmee Z Ahmed
LONDON: There is tension across the Line of Control. Pakistani terrorist groups have assassinated an Indian minister. India launches punitive air strikes across the border. Pakistan makes a flanking movement. The Indian Army starts marching. A new, hawkish Indian defence minister takes office, speaking of revenge. Pakistan has a red-line nuclear alert. The White House Situation Room, which has discussed every major emergency since the Bay of Pigs, deliberates the world's options.
It really happened. Senior Republicans and Democrats, including former US ambassadors to India and Pakistan, joined with …