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Pakistan’s conditions for a review of relations is Indian withdrawal of the amendment to Article 370 which is not likely to happen but Kartarpur Sahib corridor may remain on the table
MEA Official Spokesperson said: India rejects the irresponsible and preposterous statement by the Foreign Minister of Pakistan
After a brief period of reassurance to the international community Pakistan is back to hedging on action against terrorist groups as the Jaish e Mohammad
Our non-military counter-terrorism strike of 26 February achieved the intended objective. It has demonstrated our firm resolve to take decisive action against cross-border terrorism.
Post 2019 Afghanistan need not be a redux of 1989 when the Soviet Union pulled out of the country which led to occupation of Kabul by the Taliban seven years later in 1996
The Kartarpur Corridor providing access to Indian pilgrims to the Guru Nanak Devji’s shrine is a positive move but needs careful nurturing to stave off the challenge from inimical elements.
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Saturday spoke at the 73rd session of United Nations General Assembly in Urdu
Significantly Shah Mehmood Qureshi’s first foreign visit was to Kabul underlying importance being given to the country in the foreign policy by the Imran Khan government.
President Donald Trump publicly told Pakistan to stop providing sanctuaries to terrorist organizations and Taliban fighting in Afghanistan .
Indo Pakistan Foreign Minister talks were highlight of the month though these could be best described as, “running while standing,” or without a positive momentum towards resolution of major issues.
India's Official Take on Indo Pakistan Talks as External Affairs Minister gives Suo Moto Statement in Parliament
The evening of Friday, 16 July could be termed as a, "night of the hawks," on India's news channels for the debate on Indo Pakistan Foreign Ministers talks concluded in Islamabad a day before turned into a hard slanging match targeting the Pakistani establishment in general and Mr Qureshi the Foreign Minister in particular.
The Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan reportedly held, “very positive” talks in Bhutan on the side lines of the 16th SAARC Summit on 29 April. Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said, “It was a very positive meeting. A step in the right direction,” Qureshi said of the 90-minute meeting. India’s role in Afghanistan and the Balochistan did not figure in the talks. Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao said, “Balochistan was not raised to the best of my knowledge. Pakistan is well aware that India doesn’t seek to interfere in the internal matters of Pakistan.”
While there has been a major mark up by the civil society to cool down the tempers in Indo Pakistan relations with a campaign called as, “Aman ki Asha” led by the Times of India group in India and the Jang Group in Pakistan, the stand off in official relations continued. There was much sparring between the Indian and Pakistan foreign minister at London where they briefly shook hands and exchanged pleasantries. However there was no official dialogue as was expected by some. There does not appear to be any hopes of resumption of composite dialogue though people issues such as release of fishermen, prisoners and people-to-people contact continues.

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