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India and Pakistan have to become Peaceful Neighbours, says Jammu and Kashmir CM Mehbooba Mufti

Jammu and Kashmir, May 15, 2017: J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti spoke to media on Saturday after the meeting of youth delegations at her hometown...

For Friendship, Pakistan has to shun terrorism: Modi

New Delhi, 10th April, 2017: "India's doors are always open for cooperation, but for that Pakistan has to shun terrorism", Prime Minister Narendra said on...

Pakistan is Shocked by PM Narendra Modi’s new Baloch Policy, says Pakistan-born Author Tarek Fatah

New Delhi, Nov 23, 2016: Pakistan-born Canadian journalist and author Tarek Fatah, whose sardonic dismissal of the radical Islam has won him fans in India,...

India remains committed to peaceful ties with Pakistan, says Indian president

Islamabad, March 23: Indian President Pranab Mukherjee has said his country is committed to peaceful, friendly and cooperative relations with Pakistan."India remains committed to...

In wake of Pathankot attack, what happens to Indo-Pak talks

By Harshmeet Singh Cold relations, strong allegations, dialogue initiation from the Indian side, a bold initiative by an Indian PM, followed by a terrorist attack...

Modi-Sharif meeting augurs well for foreign secretary level talks

New Delhi: The Modi-Sharif meeting definitely augurs well for the foreign secretaries' level talks scheduled in January in Islamabad. The meeting between the two prime ministers...

Open or closed diplomacy: Does it matter if Indo-Pak relations improve

The National Security Advisers (NSAs) of India and Pakistan held an undisclosed meeting in Bangkok on Sunday. A range of discussions took place according...

Fishermen being used as “bargaining chips” by India and Pakistan, says Pak daily

Islamabad: India and Pakistan are using arrested fishermen "as bargaining chips", a leading Pakistani daily said, adding that the fishermen want to make a decent living and are not a threat.

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