The unusual Indian-Pakistani pairing have been going around the All England Club wearing tracksuit tops reading "Stop War, Start Tennis" on the back.
Reaching the quarter-finals is the best-ever Grand Slam performance for either Bopanna or Qureshi.
"When we started out in tennis the tension between India and Pakistan wasn't something I cared about, I was playing with my friend," Qureshi told the BBC.
"Over the passage of time, we've seen a bigger picture apart from tennis, and it's about changing people's views. If we can change even one person's view, we'll take it as a positive.
"It's really nice to see Indians and Pakistanis sitting together supporting one team. You don't see that anywhere else, in any sport. Our on-court and off-court relationship proves that Indians and Pakistanis can get on fine."
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Extract from the interviews series "Another Pakistan" conducted by the prominent radio journalist Christopher Lydon of Radio OpenSource.org in conjunction with Ama .....more
The spirit of Aman: Here's to the success of a unique initiative that saves children's lives and holds promise of a day when neighbours reach out and help one anot .....more
Books for peace
Two books launched on Jan 27, 2012 aim to create greater understanding and bridge the divide between India and Pakistan
It is time for India and Pakistan to demilitarise the Line of Control and make a trans-border peace park to save the Snow Leopard from extinction, writes Javed Naq .....more
The spirit of Aman ki Asha is embodied in the strong bond between the late, great music composer from India and a Boston-based music lover of Pakistani origin.....more
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The News on Sunday Special Report: India Pakistan prisoners more editions
We probably didn't need to do this Special Report. Newspaper stories don't matter when it comes to Indians in Pakistani jails and vice versa. In fact, 'vice versa' sums it up. We do to them what they do to us.
Except when the two countries decide to begin talking, yet again! This time a little before the foreign secretary level talks, some Pakistani prisoners were released by India (and vice versa must have happened) and some more were release....read more
For the past 2 years the Jang Group and Geo have been working on a project of great national interest; one that we hope will help usher in an era of peace and prosperity in the country and indeed, in the region. And one that hopefully all Pakistanis can be proud of. more
The Jang Group has entered into an agreement with the Times of India Group, the largest media group of India, to campaign for peace betw