Those who believe India is interested in normalising ties with Pakistan through its soft image and cultural people-to-people contacts, must remember the fate of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khans India sojourn, Adnan Samis Dubai saga, Rahat Fateh Ali Khans dollar scandal, Meeras film mania and now Veena Maliks Indianization. By closely observing all such events one can easily conclude that such are the deliberate attempts to psychologically degrade Pakistanis and target the premier institutions of the country. All such incidents carry well thought out plot engineered by RAW. Why I call it RAW is because the Indian media reports establish it so. The ISIs name is being used a joke across India. The Star Plus plays and programs on other channels specially targeting Pakistan are not only sponsored by RAWs Pakistan-specific cultural wing but the authors of those dramas are directly selected and employed by the Indian intelligence. Recently a row has erupted over an image of Pakistans Indian actress Veena Malik sporting the initials 'ISI on her arm, with FHM India insisting it is not fake. This has caused a sensation across Pakistan for both the nudity and the initials of the 'spy agency. Analysts say the image, which is the cover of the December issue of the Indian edition of the global men's magazine, has caused a storm with many people expressing outrage over the nudity and the boldness of the photo. Many Pakistanis on the micro-blogging site Twitter are also expressing bemusement at the image. A newspaper said a representative of Ms Malik had denied she posed for the shoot. She has been at the centre of controversy before. She also caused outrage for appearing on the Indian reality show Bigg Boss in 2010. What to talk of Veena Malik It seems there is a whole network that is all out to badmouth Pakistan one way or the other. It would not be surprising at all if one day she would be the recipient of national award from president the great. After all she is promoting "roshan khayali" and "amn ki aasha". Our heads hang in shame. JIYA LAJJA, Wazirabad, December 3.