Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan will hold preparatory talks in New Delhi on Tuesday to firm up the details of CBMs even as Pakistan offered cooperation in investigating the recent Mumbai blasts.
Home Minister P Chidambaram
on Saturday had a meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Rehman
Malik, as he said terrorism posed the most significant
"existential challenge" to peace and security in South Asia.
Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin today rejected upcoming
talks between the Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan,
saying militant groups will continue their jehad till the
"last Indian soldier leaves" Jammu and Kashmir.
Indian Foreign Secretary
Nirupama Rao will hold talks with her Pakistani counterpart
Salman Bashir here on June 24 to finalise the agenda for an
upcoming meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the two