Approaching UN over Kashmir Pakistan's old tactic: India
External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin also said that any "third party intervention" was not welcome.
Hardly any Indian Muslim indulges in terrorism: Pranab Mukherjee
Mukherjee said terrorism has no respect for religion or borders with no ideo...
Ready to talk Jammu and Kashmir within bilateral framework: India to Pakistan
India called off talks between Foreign Secretaries, telling Pak...
Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif rakes up Kashmir issue at UNGA; blames India for cancelling talks
Pak PM blamed India for "another missed opportunity" to address outstanding issues by cancelling the Foreign Secretary-level talks.
Kashmir issue: Pakistan says separatists 'stakeholders'; India hits back
Fresh round of sparring has raised doubts about prospects of early resumption of dialogue process for bringing strained ties back on track.
Will persist in seeking to build friendly ties with Pakistan: Narendra Modi
PM Modi said India will persist in seeking to build friendly ties with Pak but that any meaningful bilateral dialogue needs an environment that is free from terrorism.
A series of actions by Pakistan not conducive for Foreign Secretary meet: India
Akbaruddin was asked if the recent cancellation of the FS-level talks by India meant that the government will go ahead with the engagement in case of terror attacks.
Talks with Kashmiri separatists to continue: Pakistan envoy Abdul Basit
"We have been meeting the Kashmiri leaders...It is important to engage with all the stakeholders to find a peaceful solution to the issue."
Pakistan disappointed us, says PM Modi on cancellation of FS-level talks
At the same time, he added, "We will continue to make efforts to build peaceful, friendly and cooperative ties with Pakistan."
Sharif raised Kashmir issue during meeting with Modi: Sartaj Aziz
"The issue of Kashmir was raised and to say that Kashmir was sidelined is not correct," Aziz said when asked about the Kashmir issue.
Convert LoC between India and Pakistan into border: Satinder Lambah, PM’s special envoy
Laying out the red lines, Lambah said, "The past six decades have clearly shown, the Kashmir issue cannot be settled by war, force or violence."
Nawaz Sharif calls meeting with PM Modi historic; says must pick up ties from Vajpayee's time
Sharif said, "We seek to pick up threads from Lahore declaration from where we left in 1999. Legacy of mistrust and misgivings have to be left behind."
LoC attack: Congress says opposition should be responsible
Congress re-issued a statement made by party president Sonia Gandhi after the incident, where she had termed the killing as deceitful.
We will promote trade, business with India: Nawaz Sharif
Relations between India and Pakistan should be like that of two neighbours, with the focus being on trade and business.
Need to begin from where we left: Nawaz Sharif on ties with India
Nawaz Sharif today promised never to allow the country's soil for anti-India activities and said he will expedite the 26/11 trial here.
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