Pakistan, India ties susceptible to mood swings: Daily

Pakistan and India must work to reduce human misery, said a leading Pakistani daily which observed that the ties between the two countries are "susceptible to the mood swings of both establishments".

Cooperation between India, Pakistan can lead to socio-economic upliftment of both: Nawaz Sharif

Cooperation between India, Pakistan can lead to socio-economic upliftment of both: Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that his country was pursuing policy of good relations with India, as per a media report.

'Pakistan, India ties seem to be inching forward'

Pakistan-India relationship appears to be inching forward, said an influential Pakistani daily which noted that the Pathankot terror attack is "an early and serious test of the intentions of both the Pakistani and Indian establishments".

India's new High Commissioner arrives in Pakistan with message of friendship

India's new High Commissioner to Pakistan Gautam Bambawale on Tuesday arrived in the country with a desire to improve Indo-Pak ties, amidst fresh strains between the two countries in the wake of the Pathankot terror attack.

'Stop embarrassing India': Congress to Modi on Indo-Pak ties

Congress leader Kapil Sibal said that India has given terror evidence to Pakistan many times and hence "We must wait what Pakistan is going to offer us."

Spirit of goodwill generated by Narendra Modi's visit to Lahore will prevail: Pak PM Nawaz Sharif

Spirit of goodwill generated by Narendra Modi's visit to Lahore will prevail: Pak PM Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday that the spirit of good will generated by Narendra Modi's visit to Lahore would prevail.

Sushma Swaraj remains tight-lipped as Indo-Pak cricket ties still hang in balance!

Sushma Swaraj remains tight-lipped as Indo-Pak cricket ties still hang in balance!

The series, agreed between BCCI, PCB in a memorandum of understanding signed last year. 

Will hold talks to improve bilateral ties and take them forward, says Sushma in Pakistan

Will hold talks to improve bilateral ties and take them forward, says Sushma in Pakistan

After arriving on a two-day visit, primarily to attend a multilateral meet on Afghanistan, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said relationship between the two countries should be better.

Govt making "fundamental departure" in Indo-Pak ties, says Congress

Congress on Monday accused the ruling NDA of making a "fundamental departure" in New Delhi's position on Indo-Pak ties.

Pakistan ready for talks with India, says Fatemi special assistant to Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan ready for talks with India, says Fatemi special assistant to Nawaz Sharif

It was a reality that Sharif desires cordial relations with India, says special assistant to Pakistan prime minister on foreign affairs, Syed Tariq Fatemi.

Nawaz Sharif wants to improve ties with India: Pak High Commissioner

Nawaz Sharif wants to improve ties with India: Pak High Commissioner

Pakistan Higher Commissioner to India said there is no disconnect between Pakistan government and its Army.

Attention-seeking behind Pakistan's ceasefire violation: Manohar Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday said Pakistan's intention behind firing may be to "get attention" as the neighbouring country continues to violate ceasefire at the border.

'Problems' from Pak in improving ties with India: Rajnath Singh

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said problems created by Pakistan were coming in the way of improving bilateral relations though India has been asserting that "our hearts should meet".

Core issue of Jammu and Kashmir top agenda for any bilateral dialogue: Pakistan

Core issue of Jammu and Kashmir top agenda for any bilateral dialogue: Pakistan

After India asked it to "give up terrorism" and sit for talks, Pakistan has asserted that "core" issue of Jammu and Kashmir will always be on top of the agenda of any bilateral dialogue.

Wasim Akram urges Narendra Modi to give green signal to Indo-Pak bilateral series

Wasim Akram urges Narendra Modi to give green signal to Indo-Pak bilateral series

Legendary paceman Wasim Akram on Thursday urged Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to end his country's cricketing boycott of Pakistan saying the ongoing impasse was hurting fans across the globe.

Pakistan waging proxy terror war against India: Rajnath Singh

Pakistan waging proxy terror war against India: Rajnath Singh

In the backdrop of repeated ceasefire violations along Line of Control, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said that Pakistan has waged a proxy terror war against India and it was a big challenge for the country.

Ceasefire violations: India prepared for short wars, says Army Chief

Accusing Pakistan of using "new methods" for creating unrest in Jammu and Kashmir and extending the arc of violence to other areas, Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh on Tuesday said India is prepared for "swift and short" wars in the future.

Ceasefire violations: India prepared for short wars, says Army Chief- Part II

Accusing Pakistan of using "new methods" for creating unrest in Jammu and Kashmir and extending the arc of violence to other areas, Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh on Tuesday said India is prepared for "swift and short" wars in the future.

It's for India, Pakistan to decide on their relationship: US

It's for India, Pakistan to decide on their relationship: US

The US has said it is for India and Pakistan to reduce tensions between them and decide on their relationship, ruling out any role for itself in the revival of Indo-Pak dialogue.

DNA: PM Modi, Sharif shake hands, hold talks in Ufa

Breaking the deadlock, India and Pakistan on Friday decided to revive the stalled dialogue process and quicken the Mumbai attack case trial in talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif, who came under attack back home on absence of Kashmir issue in the