The non-stop train service introduced between Islamabad (Margalla) and Lahore is a good start. I suggest, Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, should have a beautiful railway station that could be used instead of Rawalpindi by all trains going upcountry to Karachi and Quetta. Capital Development Authority and railway should immediately coordinate to start the work. This railway station will solve many problems of traffic congestion that the twin-cities are facing at present, especially with regard to commuting between two cities. Presently Islamabad does not even have an airport. The airport at Chaklala is in Rawalpindi but is falsely claimed to be the Islamabad Airport. May be you should pursue the issue editorially. -AHMAD SIDDIQI, Islamabad, via e-mail, April 29.