Reports say there has been an understanding between both DGMOs that situation should not be allow to escalate.
Amid outcry over the beheading of an Indian soldier by Pakistani Army near the Line of Control, BSP supremo Mayawati today said war is not the "only option".
Well, it may not be business as usual and the Indo-Pak relations may inch forward, or stay where they are, but India would not be too keen to push the CONTROL ALL DELETE button on its ties with Pakistan; not just yet.
The killings were "highly provocative. The way they have treated the body of the Indian soldiers, it is inhuman", Antony told the media.
Pakistan has approved a liberalised visa agreement with India that will relax curbs on issuing travel documents to traders, elderly people, tourists, pilgrims, members of the civil society and children.
Exercising India's Right of Reply, First Secretary at the Indian mission Prakash Gupta asserted that J&K has always been an integral part of India.
In the backdrop of the sharp exchange of words between India and Pakistan during the ongoing UN General Assembly session, the US has said there is no change in its policy that Kashmir is a bilateral issue that needs to be resolved between the two neighbours.
"In a difficult relationship like the one we have had with Pakistan, one should have lots of patience. India is known for its patience and perseverance. Patiently we will move in the direction in which we want," SM Krishna said.
Strongly reacting to SM Krishna's reference to Kashmir at the UN, Pakistan has claimed that Jammu and Kashmir had never been an integral part of India and said President Zardari's statement on the issue was "not unwarranted".
Addressing students and faculty at the Ivy league Brown University in Rhode Island yesterday, Krishna outlined India's efforts in working with the Afghan people on their road to economic recovery and pursuing normalisation of relations with Pakistan.
Pakistan had raked up the issue of Kashmir at the UN again when Zardari said in his address to the General Assembly that "Kashmir remains a symbol of failures, rather than strengths of the UN system."
Talking of SM Krishna's three-day visit to Islamabad, an editorial in a leading Pakistani daily went on to say that the signing of a new visa regime, facilitating travel for businessmen and senior citizens is expected.
The two leaders are expected to meet today on the sidelines of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit being hosted by Iran.
An editorial in the Dawn today said the BCCI's announcement that it has invited the Pakistan team for a tour at the end of the year will "no doubt be greeted with joy by cricket buffs".