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18 Sep, 2013

Indian hospitality floors Pak students – The Hindu

A week-long stay in Delhi and Agra for these Pakistani students has been like a home away from home. They discovered that the two nations share the same culture, language and cuisine.

For the 36-member Pakistani delegation that crossed over from the Wagah border on September 10, the parting gift was the birthday celebration of Citizens Archive of Pakistan’s Muhammad Owais Rana.

It was an emotional moment as Tagore International School principal Madhulika Sen — who on realising that September 16 was Mr. Rana’s birthday and the 16-month-long project “Students Exchange for Change-II” was finally culminating — presented a cake to CAP’s project manager.

As Mr. Rana was cutting the pineapple cake at the school premises in Vasant Vihar here on Monday, he was loudly cheered by students from both countries.

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