India NPR's Michael Sullivan reports on the continuing war of words between India and Pakistan. India's prime minister said today he will do his best to avoid war with Pakistan but said his country will also take any steps necessary to eliminate "Pakistan-sponsored terrorism." Pakistan has banned all Indian satellite and cable television channels. Pakistani government officials say India continues to spread poisonous propaganda against their country.
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NPR's Michael Sullivan reports on the continuing war of words between India and Pakistan. India's prime minister said today he will do his best to avoid war with Pakistan but said his country will also take any steps necessary to eliminate "Pakistan-sponsored terrorism." Pakistan has banned all Indian satellite and cable television channels. Pakistani government officials say India continues to spread poisonous propaganda against their country.