Maps Don't Always Show The Whole Nation

With reference to your article "After the vote, can the center hold?" (International Business, June 3), I would like to point out a glaring distortion of the territorial boundaries of India in the map. Missing from the map are half of Kashmir (including disputed and non-disputed regions) and the entire northeastern region, comprising no less than eight states. That is akin to leaving out the entire Eastern seaboard from a map of the U.S.

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