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'Acche din aa rahe hain', says Pak High Commissioner in India

Jun 17, 2014

'Acche din aa rahe hain', says Pak High Commissioner in India

Borrowing from Narendra Modi's phraseology, Pakistan today said 'acche din aa rahe hain' for bilateral ties with India and expressed hope that the process of granting non-discriminatory market access to the country will begin after the resumption of talks between the two. #India #Indo-Pak relations #NewsTracker #Nawaz Sharif #Abdul Basit #MFN status
Modi responds to Sharif's letter, condems Karachi terror attack

Jun 13, 2014

Modi responds to Sharif's letter, condems Karachi terror attack

Prime Minister Narendra Mody has written to his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif, saying he looked forward to charting a "new course" in the bilateral relations. #India #Letter #Pakistan #Indo-Pak relations #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Nawaz Sharif #Modi's letter #Karachi attacks #Modi's reply
Stapled visas will stay: China stares down Modi, Sushma

Jun 10, 2014

Stapled visas will stay: China stares down Modi, Sushma

The Chinese pursue a similar policy of issuing stapled visas to Indians domiciled in Jammu and Kashmir while China issues regular visas to visitors from PoK. This means China has virtually taken sides in the India-Pakistan dispute on Kashmir. #India #China #Pakistan #Indo-Pak relations #Arunachal Pradesh #ConnectTheDots #Sino-Indian relations #Modi #Stapled visas #Sino-Pak relations
Nawaz Sharif-Modi talks duck terror: Why talking only trade is futile

May 27, 2014

Nawaz Sharif-Modi talks duck terror: Why talking only trade is futile

For now, everything portends well with the trade talks. What the two leaders are able to do at home after the photo-ops, especially in dealing with hardliners on either side, will dictate what more to expect. #Pakistan #Indo-Pak relations #diplomacy #PoliticsDecoder #Nawaz Sharif #Kargil #LoC #ceasefire violations #Prime Minister Modi #bilateral trade talks
Modi, Sharif to hold bilateral talks day after swearing-in

May 24, 2014

Modi, Sharif to hold bilateral talks day after swearing-in

Sharif, who is coming to India to attend the swearing-in ceremony of the prime minister-elect is coming with a special delegation, which includes his advisor Sartaj Aziz, special assistant Tariq Fatemi and foreign secretary Aizaz Chaudhry. #Politics #India #BJP #Pakistan #Indo-Pak relations #Narendra Modi #diplomacy #Nawaz Sharif #swearing-in #bilateral talks