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United States asks India, Pakistan to take steps to reduce tension

The relationship between India and Pakistan is critical to advancing peace and stability in South Asia, the US spokesperson has said and asked the two countries to take steps to reduce tensions.

Cricket diplomacy: PM Narendra Modi opens new innings with Pakistan

Modi called up Nawaz Sharif and informed that Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar will visit Pakistan as part of SAARC Yatra.

Pakistan making effort to obscure challenge from safe havens: India

Aziz had alleged that India under PM Narendra Modi was non-cooperative in resolving the Kashmir issue.

Pakistan calls Kashmiri separatists ‘freedom fighters’

This comes a day Defence Minister Arun Jaitley asked Pakistan to decide whether it wants to talk to Govt or separatists.

Imran Khan targets Nawaz Sharif for silence on India-Pakistan border issue

Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan on Friday again targeted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Talks with Pak, friendly ties with China: NSA’s first public remarks

NSA Doval said India will keep credible and effective deterrence to deal with terrorism.

United Nations ignores Pakistan bid to seek intervention on Kashmir dispute

UN chief encouraged India and Pakistan to resolve all differences through to find a long-term solution in Kashmir.

Pakistan says Kashmir a ‘legal issue’; demands plebiscite

It said Indo-Pak talks were not a substitute to the UN resolutions on Kashmir for plebiscite.

Return of prudence

It’s good that India is in touch with Pakistan again. Now Modi must meet Nawaz Sharif.

Boxed in by Pakistan

India has the options. It needs the imagination

BSF registers protest at flag meeting with Pakistan Rangers

The Rangers, however, denied any wrongdoing and held the Indian side responsible for the spate of ceasefire violations.

BSF, Pakistan Rangers agree to maintain peace

35-min flag meeting held at Pargwal in Jammu.

View from the right: Pak-centric mindset

Getting out of the “Pak-centric mindset” would be in the best interest of India’s foreign policy, says an editorial in the Organiser.

No table for three

Modi’s gamble won’t work unless Delhi gets act together on J&K, border management.

Being a bully

India’s response to the meeting between Pak envoy and Hurriyat is misplaced.