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25 Nov 2010 12:36 GMT | Politics, India, Pakistan
Can an unlikely tennis duo from India and Pakistan bridge the bitter political divide between their two countries?
We will be talking to Pakistani tennis star Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi and his Indian counterpart Rohan Bopanna who have formed a unique partnership as a doubles team on the international tennis circuit.
It is the first time a Pakistani and an Indian have paired up to play on the same side in professional sport.
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That has generated global headlines with the international media calling them "ambassadors of peace" and the "Indo-Pak express."
Both Qureshi and Bopanna themselves have started a movement called "Stop War Start Tennis."
They are among the top eight doubles teams in the world and made the final of the US Open in September.
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