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The more things change, the more they stay the same. This maxim seems to rule India-Pakistan relations. A glance at the 16 Pakistan-themed India Today covers in the past five years suggests Prime Minister Narendra Modi's experience has been no different from that of his predecessors Manmohan Singh and Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The build-up is the samea promising start, great personal equations and then, violence, mostly from Pakistan-based terrorists, or, in the case of PM Vajpayee two decades ago, military action to evict the Pakistan army from the Kargil heights.

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