Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif told the cabinet that any dialogue with India without Kashmir issue would be futile, the Dawn reported.
Pakistan government’s room for manoeuvre is clearly limited by the irresistible rise of the army.
Delhi is letting slip its opportunity to talk to Pakistan on terror. Has it considered the costs of setting the wrong red line?
Amid simmering tensions over recent terror strikes, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday greeted his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on Independence Day and hoped that bilateral issues will be settled through sustained and comprehensive talks. In a message of felicitation to Prime Minister Modi, Sharif greeted him and the people of India on the […]
Vajpayee tirelessly sought to improve relations with Pakistan, despite setbacks.
The incident happened when Sharif was coming back from the hill resort of Murree to capital Islamabad with his wife Kulsoom and daughter Maryam.
It is important for the PM to shut his ears to the tweets of the hawks, and stay the course on Pakistan.
What Dulat does not mention is that Khan, on one of his trips to India, had breakfast with then prime minister Manmohan Singh at Race Course Road.
Sharif’s mango diplomacy comes in the backdrop of a row between two countries over ceasefire violations along the Line of Control and International Border in which both sides have suffered casualties.
The MEA’s attitude towards the talks by the two heads of government is interesting.
Delhi has responded sensibly to Pakistani provocations, showing leadership from the top.
NSA, Foreign Secy speak to Pak envoy, Islamabad protests Indian ‘violations’
“Would love and respect if the leaders of Indo-Pak Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif see ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ because love for children is above all boundaries,” says Salman Khan.
Attacking Centre over its handling of Pakistan issue, Anand Sharma said, “Keeping in mind what has happened, we can say that there are no guidelines, no clear plans to engage with Pakistan on issues.”
The SCO summit, welcoming India and Pakistan as full members, was indeed a good place to restart the dialogue.