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We continue to welcome efforts by India and Pakistan to work bilaterally, says US State Department
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We continue to welcome efforts by India and Pakistan to work bilaterally, says US State Department

Acknowledging "legitimate terrorism concerns and threats" in South Asia, US says it continues to welcome and encourage efforts by India and Pakistan to work bilaterally to solve very difficult, complicated issues between them.

Pakistan slams India's conditions for resumption of talks; calls it 'ironical'
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Pakistan slams India's conditions for resumption of talks; calls it 'ironical'

Pakistan on Tuesday hit back at India for setting conditions for the resumption of talks, calling it "ironical".

Jaishankar's upcoming Pakistan visit to focus on Saarc, bilateral ties must wait
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Jaishankar's upcoming Pakistan visit to focus on Saarc, bilateral ties must wait

Essentially it will have to be Pakistan’s call whether to make Jaishankar’s Islamabad visit a roaring success or a moderate success simply because it would be structured in such a fashion that it would have zero chances of failure.

SAARC summit: Modi hold bilateral talks with all leaders except Nawaz Sharif
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SAARC summit: Modi hold bilateral talks with all leaders except Nawaz Sharif

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday held bilateral talks with all Heads of Government and State attending the 18th SAARC Summit in Kathmandu with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif the only conspicuous exemption.

Obama as Republic Day guest: How Modi's move might corner Russia, China
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Obama as Republic Day guest: How Modi's move might corner Russia, China

No US President has been chief guest at Indian Republic Day celebrations ever before. It also shows PM Modi’s uncanny abilities of thinking the unthinkable.

PM Modi holds talks with US President Barack Obama
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PM Modi holds talks with US President Barack Obama

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday held talks with US President Barack Obama on "substantive" bilateral, regional and international issues including defence, security, trade and situation in West Asia in view of threat by Islamic State militants.

South Korea, Japan to hold talks on sex slavery during Second World War
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South Korea, Japan to hold talks on sex slavery during Second World War

Senior diplomats from South Korea and Japan will hold talks about Tokyo's sexual enslavement of Korean women during the Second World War.

Aam diplomacy: Sharif tries to sweeten ties with Modi with crates of mangoes
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Aam diplomacy: Sharif tries to sweeten ties with Modi with crates of mangoes

PM Nawaz Sharif's favourite mangoes, of the Sundari and chausa variety, found their way to 5, Race Course Road as peace offerings.

150-metres long tunnel dug up to infiltrate terrorists: Indian Army
India

150-metres long tunnel dug up to infiltrate terrorists: Indian Army

A 150 metres long tunnel was recently discovered near the Indo-Pak border was apparently aimed at infiltrating terrorists

The dispute over Kashmir: Why Indo-Pak dialogue is important
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The dispute over Kashmir: Why Indo-Pak dialogue is important

While the bone of contention is Kashmir, people in the state are unhappy over what is being called a knee-jerk reaction by the government to cancel talks. In the midst of clashes between Delhi and Islamabad it is the people who suffer.

US, Australia to discuss greater military cooperation at AUSMIN talks
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US, Australia to discuss greater military cooperation at AUSMIN talks

Under this strategy of withdrawing US military, economic and human resources from Middle East wars and deploying them to emerging Asia -- referred to as a "rebalancing" -- Washington plans to move more than 2,500 Marines to the northern city of Darwin by 2016-17.

Sushma talks about Teesta, boundary agreement with Bangladesh FM
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Sushma talks about Teesta, boundary agreement with Bangladesh FM

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday held talks with her Bangladeshi counterpart Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali on key bilateral issues.

Tibetans protest Chinese foreign minister's visit
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Tibetans protest Chinese foreign minister's visit

The demonstrators also burnt the Chinese flag. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is meeting External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for bilateral talks.

Modi, Sharif discuss 26/11 trial, terrorism during bilateral talks
India

Modi, Sharif discuss 26/11 trial, terrorism during bilateral talks

PM Narendra Modi raised issues of terror and the trial in Mumbai attack case in his first bilateral meeting with Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif.

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

Bilateral security agreement with Afghanistan remain suspended: US
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Bilateral security agreement with Afghanistan remain suspended: US

The Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) between the United States and Afghanistan continues to be suspended, a US official has said hoping that the talks would resume soon and the two countries would be able to sign the agreement before the November deadline

US-India need to tackle challenges with regional partners: Albright
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US-India need to tackle challenges with regional partners: Albright

"Without a doubt, the world benefits from close cooperation and collaboration between the US and India," Albright said yesterday