By As India and Pakistan continue to throw nuclear threats back and forth, a senior Indian government official tasked with diplomacy in external affairs has dampened any hopes for peace between the two nations. India’s minister of state for external affairs V.K Singh said this weekend that India and Pakistan will never be friends: “A country which has been triggering proxy wars against India besides being a terrorist hub can never be treated as a friend. Treating Pakistan as a friend will be the biggest weakness of India.” India and Pakistan: months of nuclear tension The statement comes after

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