Omar slams those against J&K resolution on Indo-Pak talks

Under attack for the resolution passed by the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council on resumption of Indo-Pak dialogue, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday said legislators voice the sentiment of the people who elect them.

Resuming dialogue with India among policy initiatives: Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan has taken several foreign policy initiatives, including steps to resume dialogue with India, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Friday.

Respect sentiments, sensitivities for meaningful Indo-Pak dialogue: Khurshid

Disapproving of Pakistan Prime Minister`s Foreign Affairs Advisor`s meeting with Hurriyat leaders, India said for meaningful dialogue and for sustainable peace it is necessary that its "sentiments and sensitivities" are respected.

Resume dialogue: Pak to India

Strongly pitching for resumption of suspended Indo-Pak dialogue process, Pakistan on Thursday said the two countries should not "remain prisoners of the past or the present" and once they move forward all other things, including movement in trade ties, will fall in place.

Certain elements in Pak do not want normalcy in ties: Khurshid

Notwithstanding the infiltration bid along the LoC, India has to show some patience and not play into the hands of certain elements in Pakistan wanting to stall the peace process, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said.

Terror attacks should not stall Indo-Pak dialogue: J&K parties

Leaders of several political parties on Friday condemned the twin terror attacks in Jammu region, but said senseless acts of violence should not deter India and Pakistan from pursuing the path of dialogue.

Soldiers’ killing: Response to Pak not influenced by any country, says Salman Khurshid

India on Saturday said its response to the Pakistani cross border provocation and the killing of Indian soldiers was not "influenced" by any country, including the US.

Indo-Pak: RSS cautions Centre of pursuing `mirage of peace`

RSS has alleged that India has gone soft towards its neighbour which continues to be belligerent.

Pak frees remaining Indian fishermen in its jails

Pakistan released all remaining 80-odd Indian fishermen in its jails as a goodwill gesture for External Affairs Minister S M Krishna`s visit here.

Going to Pak with message of India`s intent: Krishna

External Affairs Minister SM Krishna said he was going to Pak with "greater optimism", carrying a message of India`s "serious intent".

PM says `proper` atmosphere needed for Pak visit

PM Manmohan Singh said he was keen to visit Pak but for this a "proper atmosphere" has to be created.

‘Indo-Pak dialogue will make progress’

Pak High Commissioner to India Shahid Malik has said the visa agreement between India and Pakistan, if inked, would improve the existing visa system.

Indo-Pak dialogue should be uninterrupted: Aiyar

Cong leader Mani Shankar Aiyar said Indo-Pak dialogue should go on uninterrupted and remain uninterruptible from terrorist activities.

Hina Rabbani Khar for continuing Indo-Pak dialogue

Khar emphasized that such contacts would be useful in
decreasing the mistrust.

Indo-Pak dialogue reduced trust deficit: Gilani

Pakistan is committed to a "just and peaceful resolution
of the Kashmir issue", Gilani said.

Omar Abdullah welcomes Indo-Pak dialogue

Welcoming Indo-Pak dialogue, Jammu
and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday said that good
relations between the two neighbours are sine-quo-non for
peace and progress in the sub-continent.

Indo-Pak dialogue `very constructive` step: US

Describing as "very constructive"
the resumption of the Indo-Pak dialogue, the US has said it is
important that the two countries continue cooperation on
multiple fronts, including counter-terrorism.

`Resumption of Indo-Pak dialogue important for Afghanistan`

A US diplomat said the Kerry-Lugar-Berman legislation is important for improving ties with Pak.

Osama issue: Omar hopes Indo-Pak dialogue will not be affected

J&K Chief Minister expressed hope that certain remarks made by India and Pakistan in the aftermath of the killing of al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden will not have an effect on the dialogue process between the two countries.

Japan hails resumption of Indo-Pak dialogue

Japan hailed the
resumption of dialogue between India and Pakistan as President
Asif Ali Zardari met Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan in
Tokyo.