Pakistan ready to hold talks with new Indian govt for peace, prosperity of region, says Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi
The results of India's general elections are very significant for Pakistan as the new government in New Delhi will determine the course of Indo-Pakistan ties, which were pushed to a new low after the Pulwama terror attack.
Imran Khan wants good relations with India, but hopes he won't have to wait till Navjot Singh Sidhu becomes Prime Minister of India
At Kartarpur, pitching for the normalisation of Indo-Pak ties, Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said his government, the army and all political parties in the country are on the same page to improve ties with India.
Pakistan rejects Sushma Swaraj's UNGA speech, claims India 'practices terrorism as state policy instrument'
Sushma Swaraj and Pakistan's Shah Mahmood Qureshi were supposed to meet on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. India called it off only a day after it was announced, after the killing of a BSF constable in Kashmir.
US says Pakistan should curb cross-border terrorism to create conducive atmosphere for talks with India
Stating that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already talked with his new Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan, Wells said: "We need conditions to be created for a constructive dialogue."
India-Pakistan talks on Indus waters likely to be a non-starter; Islamabad appears bent on blocking Kishenganga project
The Indus Waters Treaty has the potential to change the bilateral equation, but only when both India and Pakistan accept the need for good relations.
Raveesh Kumar also said India has made 52 requests for consular access to Hamid Nihal Ansari, who is in a Pakistan jail, but it has not been granted.
India-Pakistan talks meaningless until Islamabad stops exporting terror to our country: Rajnath Singh
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said that talks with Pakistan will have no meaning unless the neighbouring country stops exporting terrorists to India.
Mehbooba said Pakistan has a huge role in establishing peace in the region and it has to stop supporting the militancy.
Dialogue with Pakistan will have no effect on terrorism; India must rethink its approach to diplomacy and incursions
Whether or not the foreign secretaries meet later this week, the government must be clear-eyed in its approach to Pakistan. The history of India-Pakistan relations in the last decade and a half suggests two related points.
Senior BJP leader and national general secretary of the party Ram Madhav might have unwittingly put himself in the spotlight of international media after a massive goof up during an interview with Al Jazeera.
Pakistan will not invite the speaker of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly to the upcoming Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference as it would compromise its position on the Kashmir issue, the Pakistan government has said.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh on described the decision to revive the stalled Indo-Pak dialogue process as a positive movement, saying it was a step forward towards normalising bilateral relations.
Politicians talk differently when they are in opposition and when they are in government. So U-Turns from stated policy positions are par for the course. It would be more worrisome if a party refused to adopt good policies when in govt
Meira Kumar met Ayaz Sadiq in Geneva on the sidelines of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) meeting and made it clear that the sanctity of the Line of Control (LoC) has to be upheld as part of building trust.
Trust but verify - this will be India's approach in dealing with Pakistan which must eliminate the "bacteria" of all forms of anti-India terror from its soil
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif used a one-hour meeting on Sunday to defuse border tensions with both sides agreeing to restoring ceasefire along LoC.
Rejecting BJP's demand to call off Prime Ministerial level talks with Pakistan in New York, Congress today said terror strike in Jammu is an attempt to derail the peace process and wondered whether the saffron party also wanted the same
Yashwant Sinha has spoken to CNN IBNLive that this is not the "appropriate time" for summit talks with Pakistan, as such talks would only "encourage" Pakistan to think that India will "always bend."