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Why Modi govt should ignore Pakistan to force it to mend its ways
India

Why Modi govt should ignore Pakistan to force it to mend its ways

The Modi government’s new template on its Pakistan policy is to ignore Pakistan and talk to Pakistan for the sake of the talks and not go an extra mile with any initiative aimed at holding substantive talks. This strategy will serve multiple purposes.

Both, Pakistan and India agree Kashmir is a dispute: Adbul Basit
World

Both, Pakistan and India agree Kashmir is a dispute: Adbul Basit

Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit on Wednesday said his country's government attaches immense importance to having better relations with India, and that both the countries, according to him, agree that Jammu and Kashmir is a bilateral dispute that needs to be resolved peacefully.

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

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.

Cancellation of talks with India a 'setback' to ties, says Pakistan
World

Cancellation of talks with India a 'setback' to ties, says Pakistan

Describing the cancellation of next week's Foreign Secretary-level talks as a "setback" to Indo-Pak ties, Pakistan today defended its consultations with Kashmiri separatists, saying it was a "long-standing practice" to hold such meetings prior to bilateral parleys.

Full text: Nawaz Sharif's letter to Modi after India visit
World

Full text: Nawaz Sharif's letter to Modi after India visit

In the letter Sharif speaks of how he would like to work in harmony with India to solve the unsettled issues between the two countries.

Sharif expresses his gratitude, sends a sari for Modi's mother
India

Sharif expresses his gratitude, sends a sari for Modi's mother

Modi, who received the present, expressed his gratitude to Sharif, and said he would hand it over to his mother soon.

Modi-Sharif meet: Why it needs to go beyond a mere photo-op
World

Modi-Sharif meet: Why it needs to go beyond a mere photo-op

While the Ministry of External Affairs termed the meet as 'substantive', Sharif himself held a press conference in New Delhi and called it a 'historic opportunity' for both countries.

Important for India, Pak to work towards peace: Nawaz Sharif
World

Important for India, Pak to work towards peace: Nawaz Sharif

Sharif, who attended Modi's swearing-in ceremony yesterday, described his meeting as "good and constructive" and said they have agreed that their Foreign Secretaries would be meeting soon to review and carry forward the bilateral agenda in the spirit of today's meeting.

Pakistan encouraged by Modi's remarks on ties, says envoy
World

Pakistan encouraged by Modi's remarks on ties, says envoy

Making a strong pitch for resumption of dialogue process, Pakistan High Commissioner Abul Basit said talks were the only way to resolve outstanding issues and no one nation does any "favour" by talking, indicating that stopping of talks by India was not good for bilateral ties.

How India's foreign policy may change if Modi is PM
Politics

How India's foreign policy may change if Modi is PM

if Modi does become PM, the above question assumes importance as Modi is a strong man and he can be expected to bring about massive changes in all important arenas, though foreign policy is a different ball game.

No evidence that Pak wants permanent Kashmir solution: Omar
India

No evidence that Pak wants permanent Kashmir solution: Omar

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has said there was no "recent evidence" to suggest that Pakistan wants to negotiate a permanent settlement to the Kashmir issue.

DGMOs meeting is good sign for Indo-Pak relations: PDP
India

DGMOs meeting is good sign for Indo-Pak relations: PDP

Emphasising on maintaining sanctity of the ceasefire, People's Democratic Party (PDP) today said that recently held meeting of DGMOs of India and Pakistan was an appreciable step to establish peace along the border.

Indo-Pak relations: Inadvertent border crossers to be sent back
India

Indo-Pak relations: Inadvertent border crossers to be sent back

India and Pakistan today agreed that people who inadvertently cross the frontier would be immediately returned to their respective countries.

Pakistan's ambivalence over Modi becoming India's PM
World

Pakistan's ambivalence over Modi becoming India's PM

With less than six months to the Lok Sabha elections, BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has found support from where he would least expect it - Pakistan.

Sartaj Aziz meets Manmohan Singh to discuss Indo-Pak ties
World

Sartaj Aziz meets Manmohan Singh to discuss Indo-Pak ties

Officials described it as a courtesy call by Aziz on the Prime Minister.

Obama should push for Indo-Pak nuclear stability talks: Experts
World

Obama should push for Indo-Pak nuclear stability talks: Experts

An expert on South Asia has requested the Obama administration to push for Indo-Pak nuclear stability talks, and convince China to halt further civil nuclear sales to Islamabad until the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) develops consensus on the matter

Pakistan rules out MFN status to India before 2014 polls
Economy

Pakistan rules out MFN status to India before 2014 polls

India is unlikely to be granted the 'Most Favoured Nation' (MFN) status before 2014 Lok Sabha elections and resumption of composite dialogue between the two nations, Pakistan Finance Minister has said.

Khurshid, Aziz to meet Friday, may discuss bilateral ties
World

Khurshid, Aziz to meet Friday, may discuss bilateral ties

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's top foreign policy aide Sartaj Aziz will meet External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on the margins of a SCO meeting in Bishkek on Friday to discuss bilateral relations.

Guns fall silent on LoC; no ceasefire violations in last 48 hours
India

Guns fall silent on LoC; no ceasefire violations in last 48 hours

After over three weeks of virtually non-stop exchanges of fire and mortar shelling between Indian and Pakistani troops, guns fell silent in the past 48 hours along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, a defence spokesperson said.

Zardari won't leave Pakistan after completing term, insists PPP
World

Zardari won't leave Pakistan after completing term, insists PPP

President Asif Ali Zardari will not leave the country after completing his five-year term on September 8 as he intends to focus on reorganising the Pakistan People's Party, his spokesman said today.