Talk:South Asia

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Better to edit mistakes, rather than revert[edit]

User:Saqib: with this edit, you suggested your revert be discussed here.

I have a suspicion that you object to the situation being described accurately in Pakistan in a way that gives sufficient warning to the traveller of the risks involved, but surely you do not take exception to

  1. having a lower case I-for-India after a comma: "although it is mostly part of Central Asia, It"
  2. expanding an ugly abbreviation in prose: "per square kilometre is 7 times the world average." rather than "per square km is 7 times the world average." If you really wish to abbreviate, then the approved SI symbolisation of km² should be used.
  3. Using the Commonwealth English of " it's flavoursome food " rather than US spelling of " it's flavorfull food "
  4. Using the shorter and more common abbreviation of "UK" rather than "U.K."

do you? -- 07:21, 30 September 2014 (UTC)

Can we focus on one point rather than jumping from one roof to another. So lets come straight to the point. I'm not providing inaccurate or false information when it comes to security situation in Pakistan. See Pakistan#Stay_safe and Karachi#Stay_safe. It gives enough warning to a traveller. The description in region-list should be precious and give overview of the country rather than the deep information about security issues. In my opinion "Tourism is suffering due to the unpredictable security situation." is more than enough. --Saqib (talk) 09:41, 30 September 2014 (UTC)