When we all talk about Pakistan and India the first thing that strikes our head is a rivalry. Apart from rivalry we also share a good bond which is suppressed by the negativity. The cricket field is the best place where we can see the brotherly bond between the two countries. A young Pakistani Sikh Taranjeet Singh has taken an initiative to make the bond strong, as he has organized a cricket match in Bahrain, Gulf. A large number of Pak-Indian people who reside there lives in harmony. The match will take place in Bahrain Stadium on 19th of May. It is organized with the help of Bahrain Cricket Academy, in association with the ministry of youth and sports affair. The match will feature top players from both India and Pakistan's cricket team like Misbah-ul-Haq, Irfan Pathan, Rana Naveed, Micheal Lumb, Shahid Afridi etc. "This will not be just one match but an ongoing process," he said. Taranjeet also had said that to carry on official matches the bond between the countries also plays an important role. He further added that; "Indians and Pakistanis living in Bahrain shares a common interest.They have common business interest and even socialize together. Besides, they have the same idols and want to see them in action." "We plan to host matches involving recently retired players from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and entertain the Indian and Pakistani cricket lovers in a healthy environment in Bahrain."