Indo Pak Relations

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India, Pakistan students exchanged letters after Peshawar attack

Children of the two countries exchanged messages in the aftermath of an attack on Army-run school in Peshawar.


Ceasefire violations: BSF intensifies retaliatory attacks along the international border

Emboldened by Centre’s backing, security forces say they are no longer ‘mute spectators’ to Pak attacks.


Temporary aberrations in Dosti bus service will be sorted out: India

The PTDC on Wednesday said the Pak-India Dosti bus service will now on be operated only up to Wagah Border.


India does not understand the language of love and peace: Pak Defence Minister

Nawaz Sharif had expressed a desire to have peace with India and all other neighbouring countries.


Everywhere the foreign hand

For Pakistan, India and Israel are a permanent fixture, addition of US is another mental trapeze act.

Letters to the editor: Trials by terror

The question of conversion has held up Parliament for some days now.


No dialogue with Pak till ceasefire violations stop: V K Singh

On the standoffs with Chinese Army in Ladakh, Singh said there is an ongoing dialogue process.


Pakistan violates ceasefire twice along LoC in R S Pura sector

The last time on October 13, they had fired a few mortar shells on the Indian side at Arnia and Saujjian areas.


Keep the ‘door ajar’ to achieve whatever is possible: Pakistan

The remarks were made by Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit .


Modi-Sharif meeting on margins of UNGA unlikely

While Prime Minister Modi will be in New York from September 26 to 29, Sharif is scheduled to be there from September 22 to 27.


No white flag if Pak ceasefire violations continue: Rajnath

Singh said that even today India wants to build better relations with Pakistan, but it must desist from its “nefarious” designs.


Ghanaian military official appointed head of UN body on Indo-Pak relations

UNMOGIP’s headquarters are in Islamabad from November-April and in Srinagar from May-October every year.

Attari post open for medical emergency during retreat function

The decision was taken during the Customs Liaison Border Committee meeting held between the customs officials of both nations in Pakistan last week.


Sharif’s acceptance to Modi’s invite important step for ties: Omar Abdullah

Abdullah said the people of Jammu and Kashmir will be closely watching the developments.

Khurshid said the party did not need to lay its cards on the table.

India, Pakistan should do away with old thinking: Khurshid

Khurshid underlined the need to give further boost to bilateral trade ties in order to meet the requirements of the people of both Pakistan and India.