To live is to die and to die is to live peacefully. From now onwards we must not fear of dying, but of living. We have to prepare for the worst, and the worst is the upcoming nuclear war.
The wounds of Japan have not healed yet as the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are still facing the aftereffects of the bombing. But the world is ready for another nuclear war, and it is equivalent to a 15-kiloton Hiroshima bombing. So pack your bags right away. It's a good time to leave earth!
An all-out nuclear war between India and Pakistan will be the worst catastrophe in the history of humanity, a tragedy so huge it's hard to comprehend. India and Pakistan both have 100 nuclear weapons and if winds go wrong, it can kill 21 million people, and about half the world's protective ozone layer can be destroyed while they are at it.
This will create a global disaster involving severe risks of starvation, critical climatic changes. It can be the end of human civilization, according to a study by the researchers of Rutgers University, University of Colorado-Boulder and University of California, Los Angeles. Ah! The world possibly be a better place without humans? Right?
Since the partition of British Indian Empire in 1947 and the creation of modern States of India and Pakistan, the two countries had fought four wars. Relations between India and Pakistan have been complicated due to many historical and political events. We fight for an area, right? But, what do we get in result? Blood, burns, pain, and wounds which can't be healed even with time. You will continue to bleed until you heal the wounds of your past.
"What is the future going to be like, then?"
Think? Ask yourself some of these questions. You cannot handle the cost of someone's life. It's much more expensive than your desires.
After every storm the sun will shine; for every problem, there is a solution of a 'big smile.'
Pakistan has an estimated nuclear weapons stockpile of 110 to 130 as of 2015 whereas India is expected to have 110 to 120 nuclear warheads.
Shaheen-1 is a short-range ballistic missile with a range of 750 km which can reach Ludhiana, Delhi, Jaipur, and Ahmedabad.
With a range of 270 km to 350 km, Ghaznavi which is a short-range ballistic missile can target Ludhiana, Ahmedabad and the outer perimeter of Delhi suburban areas.
Prithvi SRBM with a range of 250 km acts as a delivery system for 24 of India's warheads. These are capable of hitting major Pakistani cities, such as Lahore, Sialkot, the capital Islamabad, and Rawalpindi
India has 20 nuclear-tipped Agni-I SRBM and eight Agni-II intermediate range ballistic missiles (IRBMs), with ranges of 700 km and 2,000 km, respectively. These missiles can almost cover all the major Pakistani cities which include Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Peshawar, Karachi, Quetta and Gwadar.
Agni III, IV, and V, are long-range ballistic missiles which can hit any point in Pakistan.
War can't give life, it can only take it away. Tears rolling down her cheeks can explain you better the result of a bloody war.