`Consensus with India on resolving pending issues`
Islamabad: Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said there is consensus with India over finding out solutions to all pending issues.
Gilani said on Wednesday that there was consensus with India over "carrying out" all outstanding issues, such as the core issue of Kashmir, Siachen and Sir Creek, in a peaceful, honourable and harmonious manner, as decided in the secretary-level talks, Daily Times reported.
The Prime Minister told reporters after an educational conference that the government enjoyed good relations with judiciary and his meetings with Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Chaudhry were not objectionable.
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