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Asia! MagazineAsia! magazine features nice story with beautiful photo layout (PDF - 573K)
India Today MagazineFWB is featured in India Today magazine!
The Friday TimesFriends Without Borders receives a full 3 page spread in Pakistan's esteemed The Friday Times!
NickelodeonThe World's Largest Love Letter is covered by Nickelodeon internationally
CNN-IBN CNN-IBN covers The Golden Bridge of Friendship. Video.
Prime Minister SinghThe Prime Minister of India issues a press release thanking us.
Rediff.comFWB is the feature article on!
Outlook MagazineFWB featured in Outlook magazine.
The Daily TimesThe Daily Times in Pakistan covers our event in Lahore.
Yahoo! NewsFWB Is featured on Yahoo!
The DawnThe Dawn sums it up.
The HinduNice article from The Hindu.
DNADNA covers our Mumbai event.
Housecalls magazineNice article in Housecalls magazine.
The Times of IndiaThe Times of India covers our bicycle tour in Chandigarh.
H.B. KapadiaThis photo from H.B. Kapadia School was the inspiration for The World's Largest Love Letter.
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Love letter bonds Indo-Pak kids

CNN-IBN - 11 April 2006
by Aswathy Kumar & Avneet Teja

After delivering the message of love to Pakistan from the Indian children, the volunteers of Friends Without Borders are back with a special reply.

Not an ordinary piece of paper, the long yellow strip is the world’s longest love letter. It has been signed by over 5,000 Pakistani children as a reply to their Indian counterparts letter of friendship to them.

The volunteers brought the letter to the Wagah border, which was filled with messages of friendship.

LOVE SPEAKS VOLUMES: The world's longest love letter, a reply to the Indain counterparts letter is written by some 5,000 Pakistani children. (click on image to watch video).

"Children are children everywhere, they have good feelings. The idea is to connect that goodwill and bring people together," John Silliphany, a volunteer of Friendship Without Borders says.

The volunteers have bigger even plans for the future as Maria, a volunteer says, "This is just the beginning.The real aim is of this project of Friends Without is to connect the Indian and the Pakistani children and hopefully establish pen pal relationships."

  hearts It may be long before the law of love will be recognised in international affairs. The machineries of government stand between and hide the hearts of one people from those of another. -- M.K. Gandhi