Sir: It was sad to observe Pakistan and India at loggerheads over the imprisoned Kulbushan Jadhav. The way both the countries are now reacting to the current espionage issue and the manner in which the fellow citizens speak and write negatively about each other are disturbing signs.What these two countries should have done was to ease the volatile situation by not reacting unnecessarily. In this context, I am bound to say that as a voracious reader, I have been writing to almost all the Pakistani English newspapers and my writings that have never commented negatively on Pakistan. In the last two years my contributions are mostly focusing on the good and great things about India and Pakistan.Interestingly, both India and Pakistan have come a long way in the great legacy of history wherein they (the ancestors and founders) had left behind the trails of beautiful culture, heritage, wealth and knowledge. No doubt there is no scarcity of intellect and great minds on both sides. I am not just talking about Indo-Pakistani relationship. This can be greatly applied to the other beautiful Asian countries such as Nepal, China, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Indonesia and Sri Lanka that are in great possession of great wealth and beautiful knowledge that can be tapped to greater extent.Keeping all these things in mind, both India and Pakistan must be flexible in their approach and should develop their mutual and economic relationships in multiple ways.P SENTHIL SARAVANAMumbai, IndiaPublished in Daily Times, January 4th 2018.