Ever since the vivisection of India the two neighbours, India and Pakistan, have met each other in the battlefield more than twice. Unlike those 'quick triggering' ones, but more like the major explosion of the Atom Bomb itself, a 4th war brings about an explosion of fear of the holocaust - as never before. It is amazing that when countries' arms are twisted, the mighty destructive power of the Atom Bomb that has enticed global protests since Hiroshima, also brings about an equally powerful feather of peace. The modus operandi is simple. When that feather is seen dithering, the whole world cries out in unison- STOP. No wonder, when a Pakistani minister offered a threat to use the dangerous bomb, it incited a global outcry. A 4th war between the two congenital enemies, India and Pakistan, is, therefore, not wished by anybody; and is unlikely. That is unless madness takes the supreme position.Yes when provoked, the then Indian PM Mr Bajpayi did order his massive troupes to the nuclear powered Pakistan's border, like before. But, it was this fear, reminding emperor Alexander's troupe's return from the edge of India that made Indian troupes aimlessly return back from Pak border without a fight.In addition, tracing this and as if adding Gandhi's 'eye for an eye makes the whole world blind' and telecom's 'it's good to talk' all ask both the countries to talk and sort the Kashmir problem out. Both countries talk, yet terrorist attacks do happen in India. And when one happens, almost as an obedient nation India condemns the attack, does the needed investigations and prides itself in finding the responsible country - Pakistan. And when Pakistan doesn't believe its dossier of findings and its TV debaters, almost reminding North Korea, cry out 'united we stand with the government', India just shuts up. As time goes by, the same cycle of events continue. Unlike Gulliver's Travel's two hostile kings who don't talk, these two take a clue from today's teenagers and do a 'break up n patch up'.While this alone makes Pakistan the luckiest among the nuclear nations despite facing a much more formidable enemy that has defeated it several times, almost like a child in its mother's lap, it also happens to get the comfort of the Chinese lap. So much so that, denting even its own fight against terrorism and its international dignity, the dragon land refuses to regard globally recognised Masood Ajhar as a terroristIt is because of these factors that almost with impunity Pakistan, on its part, educates its denizens against India, ferments trouble there, accuses India of oppressing Kashmiri people, trains and supplies terrorists to attack Indian civilians and then just casually says 'no proof is supplied'. Why is animosity so important for Pakistan?It may look pretty obvious but as aired below the actual answer is deep and far from clear. It's because; yes 'brotherhood of Muslims' (ummah) can be argued as enticing affinity towards the Muslim majority in Kashmir, but then, neither East Pakistani (Now Bangladeshi) Muslims were treated properly by them earlier, nor the rape and genocide facing Boloch Muslims are treated with any dignity today. Yes, nostalgia of Muslim Moghal rule in India is cited as 'We Muslims ruled over the Hindus'; and the consequent necessiity of an unfinished business of converting Indians to Islam, as was done in Persia and Egypt, is aspired for. But then, Hindu converts to Islam (most Pakistanis) didn't rule over Hindus. It was the Moghals from Turkey, who did so. Instead, like the way Pakistanis are treated in the Arab countries today, the converted Muslims were treated like second class Muslims - almost like Hindus - by the Moghals. Almost akin to 'man is what he thinks', it's strange that the people who called themselves Indians just 70 years ago now regard invaders like Ghauri as their heroes, are closer to the Middle East and see India as the ultimate enemy!But then, there is more to its ways than just ingrained hostility.Being the most, or perhaps the only trusted institute in corruption ridden Pakistan, without popular resentment, the army takes a lion's share of the nation's budget. It's elite, not only controll various army regiments but the country's 50 commercial entities too. There is a network of people which includes both army and civilian, that benefits from those franchises. With dependency thus glaring like the sunrays on earthlings, even the army chief alone cannot go against the mass interest. May be, Musharraf's abrupt departure from Delhi talks is one of them.How did this come about?The answer isn't difficult though. Being a country that was surreptitiously created on the behest of the West to restrain USSR from reaching the southern seas and to keep India restrained through a split, but then overtly doing so under the stewardship of Jinnah - who just wanted to be the first executive of a country -Pakistan had to bring areas with different ethnicities, cultures and languages to form an artificial nation. That too hurriedly before Jinnah's TB induced early death! Disunity was real and Pakistan had the need for unity right at the start.