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Govt’s Pakistan policy example of how not to conduct foreign policy: Congress

The Congress, which had Thursday slammed the government for accepting Pakistan’s request, said the government should show the courage and humility to accept their fault.

Harassment of diplomats: 'India, Pakistan last week agreed to resolve issues', says V K Singh in Rajya Sabha

Last month, India had asked Pakistan to ensure safety and security of its officials working at the Indian mission in Islamabad, saying they continue to face harassment and "intimidation".

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Can’t talk to countries who have trained guns at us: Vice President Venkaiah Naidu

He was speaking at the release of five books authored by members of Indian Council of World Affairs.

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu hits out at those suggesting talks with Pakistan

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said the present government has recognised the importance of states in its foreign policy as well as security, trade and economic relations with the neighbouring countries.

Lessons of 1963

Resumed India-Pakistan dialogue is welcome. They must take small steps, focus on tangible achievements.

Why silence us?

On Hurriyat’s meeting with Sartaj Aziz, Modi government needs to return to the Vajpayee approach

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Decision to revive Indo-Pak talks a move towards normalising bilateral relations: Rajnath Singh

Modi and Sharif, in their first bilateral talks in over a year, met for nearly one hour in Ufa in Russia on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit

US 'enormously concerned', John Kerry asks Nawaz Sharif to reduce India, Pakistan tensions

Kerry said the talks, which have a deadline of June 30, "remain tough," but insisted the US had not changed its position "one iota" in recent months.

Pakistan airline in deep legal mess over buying properties

RBI had issued a notice to the airlines in November with a deadline of six months to sell the properties but the latter had showed no urgency to move the court.

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.

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