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Very little scope to better India-Pakistan ties: Report

Praying for "better sense", a Pakistani newspaper on Monday moaned there was "very little scope for an immediate improvement" in India-Pakistan relations.

 Kulbhushan Jadhav sentencing row: India ups ante against Pakistan, says he is 'innocent'

Kulbhushan Jadhav sentencing row: India ups ante against Pakistan, says he is 'innocent'

Upping the ante against Pakistan, the Government of India on Thursday accused Islamabad of arresting Kulbhushan Jadhav over false charges of spying as it vowed to bring him back.

India, Pakistan extend n-accident risk reduction agreement

India and Pakistan on Monday agreed to extend their agreement on reducing the risk of accidents related to nuclear weapons by five years, an official said.

Pakistan does not wish to live in perpetual hostility with India: Abdul Basit

Pakistan does not wish to live in perpetual hostility with India: Abdul Basit

While reiterating that Pakistan does not wish to live in perpetual hostility with India, Pakistani High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit on Thursday said that two sides need to come together to make a new beginning in the bilateral ties.

Rattled Pakistan says will kill three Indian soldiers for every Pak soldier they kill

Rattled Pakistan says will kill three Indian soldiers for every Pak soldier they kill

Pakistan's Defense Minister Khawaja Asif accused India of creating hurdles in the way of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

Indus Water Treaty: Pakistan warns against use of water as an instrument of coercion

In an apparent reference to row over Indus Water Treaty, Pakistan has warned against the use of water as an instrument of coercion or war and asserted that international community must remain vigilant to any sign of unwillingness to maintain cooperation on resolving water issues.

Envoy to India is persona non grata: Pakistani daily

Indian authorities treat Pakistan`s High Commissioner Abdul Basit as a virtual "persona non grata" because of his hawkish attitude, a leading Pakistani newspaper said on Tuesday.

Pakistan able to target Delhi from Kahuta near Rawalpindi in five minutes: Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan

Pakistan able to target Delhi from Kahuta near Rawalpindi in five minutes: Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan

Architect of Pakistan's nuclear programme, Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan, on Saturday said the ability to Indian capital Delhi from Kahuta near Rawalpindi in five minutes.

Invite to Hurriyat leaders for Pak Day celebrations 'not an issue', says Abdul Basit

Invite to Hurriyat leaders for Pak Day celebrations 'not an issue', says Abdul Basit

In a move which is likely to irk the political establishment in New Delhi, Islamabad has invited hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani and Asiya Andrabi among others to attend 'Pakistan Day' function at its High Commission in Delhi on Wednesday.

Progress in India-Pak ties hindered by cross border violence: Pentagon

Progress in India-Pakistan ties has been hindered by cross-border violence and territorial disputes, but leaders of both the countries have demonstrated commitment to reinitiate the comprehensive ialogue, a top Pentagon commander has said.

Don't get into bear hug with India when Narendra Modi is PM: Pakistani politician

Don't get into bear hug with India when Narendra Modi is PM: Pakistani politician

Veteran Pakistani politician Syeda Abida Hussain has urged Islamabad not to get into a bear hug with India as long as PM Narendra Modi is in power.

Pak PM Sharif rakes up Kashmir issue, says dialogue only option to resolve disputes

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday said that the solution to all issues, including that of "disputed Kashmir", lies in a bilateral dialogue.

'PM Modi has cemented ties with India's allies'

'PM Modi has cemented ties with India's allies'

By striking breakthrough deals across Russia and Afghanistan, PM Narendra Modi has cemented his ties with his allies, bringing Pakistan in the mix with diplomatic ingenuity, said a daily on Monday.

VK Singh to represent India at SCO meeting in China; Pakistan PM Sharif will also attend

Minister of State for External Affairs General VK Singh will represent India at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) meeting in China next week which will also be attended by Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Sushma Swaraj clarifies why there was no Indian flag when she met Pakistan's PM Nawaz Sharif

Sushma Swaraj clarifies why there was no Indian flag when she met Pakistan's PM Nawaz Sharif

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj clarifies that her meeting with Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was not bilateral in nature.

US wants India, Pakistan to seek diplomatic solutions

The US says it would like India and Pakistan to continue to have a dialogue to reach diplomatic solutions to some of the thorny problems which the two countries still face.

Sushma Swaraj's visit to reinvigorate India, Pakistan ties: Daily

India`s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj`s visit to Pakistan will revive and reinvigorate ties between New Delhi and Islamabad, said a leading Pakistani daily which noted that both countries "seem prepared to learn from the mistakes and choices of the recent past".

Geeta's return brings hope for Pakistani boy, Mohammad Ramzan, stuck in India

The government has set the ball rolling for repatriating a 15-year-old Pakistani boy, stuck here for more than two years in a story resembling that of Geeta, the deaf-mute girl who returned home from the neighbouring country last week after over a decade-long separation from her family.

No talks between India, Pakistan is destructive for Kashmir: Farooq Abdullah

National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah on Saturday expressed his displeasure over the deadlock in talks between India and Pakistan, saying the two nations should not close the doors on dialogue to solve the Kashmir issue as its absence was destructive for Kashmir.

Pakistan to receive 42 mn euro in aid from European Commission

India will continue to be a focus of the European Community's humanitarian assistance in 2013, but five major global hotspots of crises, including Pakistan, will receive the largest chunk of over 661 million euros aid earmarked for this year, the European Commission has said.