Indo Pak Talks

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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.


PMO took call on talks, kept MEA out of loop

Soon after Basit’s meeting with Shah got over at about 5 pm, Sushma consulted Modi.

‘Talks cancellation will help Hurriyat build its image’

Some believe this decision has lent credence to the view of separatists, who see Indo-Pak talks as a futile exercise.


Day after India cancelled talks, Hurriyat leader Geelani meets Pak envoy

Very unfortunate that government cancelled talks; ‘not a genuine reason’ to call off dialogue: Geelani


‘Unfortunate’ that Indo-Pak talks have fallen through, says US

India cancelled talks, raising objections to consultations held with separatist Hurriyat leaders by Pakistan.

Khurshid likely to meet Pakistani counterpart today

Meanwhile, in Male, Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh pushed for an enhanced trade cooperation among the SAARC members.

Will talk politics as it affects social health of nation: Bhagwat

Current account deficit and foreign debt are going up while foreign exchange reserves are depleting.


Time for India,Pak to show greater understanding: Zardari

Pak Prez emphasises it’s time for both countries to move beyond reiteration of their positions.


Indo Pak talks: S M Krishna leaves for Islamabad

Krishna to hold talks with Khar during which he will stress for expeditious conclusion of 26/11 trial.


India-Pak Home Secy-level talks to start in Islamabad tomorrow

Talks will focus on relaxed visa regime,26/11 attack,terrorism,narcotics,fake currency notes.


Sarabjit case to figure in Indo-Pak secy-level talks: sister

This was conveyed by Home Minister P Chidambaram to Sarabjit’s sister Dalbir Kaur.

UN chief encourages India,Pak to resolve issues through talks

Ban’s statement follows the July 27 talks between S M Krishna and his Hina Rabbani Khar.

Want stable Pak,resurgent and terror-free South Asia: Krishna

Expectations of a breakthrough in peace talks remain low; headway on Kashmir,militancy unlikely.


Another LeT attack will derail Indo-Pak talks: Expert

“In terms of how India and Pakistan move forward,LeT will be “very much a part of that process.”

Satisfied with Indo-Pak resolve to continue talks: Gilani

Gilani made the remarks during a meeting with visiting Lankan Foreign Minister Peiris at the PM House.