Which continent are the Indian subcontinental countries on if they aren't on Asia?
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Richard is right for once.
SUBcontinent. Part of continent.
NOT a continent.
Ind, Pak, Bang, Sri all part of Asia.
According to my Risk board, its part of Asia.
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The subcontinent is on a different tectonic plate to the rest of Asia. But then they're on the same plate as Australia, so lets just stop with the pedantry.
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Well one could actually argue that Tendulkar and Ponting aren't really from the same era - Tendulkar after all begun his plateau as a Test marvel a full 11 years earlier than Ponting did.
But then, there's still Dravid I suppose.
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