Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday invoked Atal Bihari Vajpayee's concepts of communal harmony, humanity and democracy to share the pain of Kashmiris and promised to take the state to new heights of development.
In yet another provocation just days ahead of the Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary level talks, the Pakistan High Commissioner here Thursday said his country extends "full diplomatic and moral support" for what he described as "legitimate struggle" of Kashmiris.
Welcoming the resolve of India
and Pakistan to continue talks on Kashmir, moderate Hurriyat
Conference on Wednesday said the dialogue had to be continuous and
and Kashmiris should be included in it to make the process fruitful.
Contending that most people of
J&K, including areas under Pak occupation,
want to be with India, Farooq
Abdullah ridiculed demands for "independence", saying
said the separatists were not aware of its consequences.