Kashmir issue to be tackled through back-channel diplomacy: Pakistan

Pakistan has said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi have agreed in their meeting in Russia to address the issues of Kashmir, Siachen and Sir Creek through Track II diplomacy.

Breakthrough likely only after Indian polls: Sartaj Aziz

Any breakthrough on outstanding issues between India and Pakistan, including Kashmir and Siachen, can be expected only after the Indian elections, Prime Minister`s Advisor on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said on Saturday.

Pak security experts declare Sir Creek dispute `technically resolved`

The security experts at a seminar organised at the Institute of Policy Studies said that the decades old Sir Creek dispute between India and Pakistan had been resolved technically and only a political decision is needed to be announced.

Pakistan proposes dates for talks on Wullar Barrage, Sir Creek

Amidst indications that the composite dialogue with India would "resume soon", Pakistan on Saturday said it has proposed dates for talks on the Wullar Barrage and Sir Creek issues.

India considering Pakistan proposal to restart dialogue process

India is actively considering the Pakistani proposal on the talk schedule for remaining secretary-level meetings in the third round of resumed dialogue with dates on the crucial issue of water and Sir Creek.

Musharraf pitches for peace with India in poll manifesto

Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf on Monday said there would be no peace in the region without the resolution of outstanding issues with India, including the disputes over Kashmir, Siachen and Sir Creek.

Shinde visits marshy area near Sir Creek, promises new road

Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde on Sunday visited a marshy region, near the disputed Sir Creek, in Kutch and announced that approval for building a concrete road in the region would be given in a week`s time.

Indo-Pak mistrust must be reduced to resolve Kashmir issue: Hina Rabbani Khar

Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has said that the mistrust between India and Pakistan must be reduced in order to resolve the Kashmir issue, and to carry forward the peace process.

14 Pak fishermen held, two boats seized near Sir Creek

Fourteen Pakistani fishermen were apprehended and two fishing boats seized by the BSF for trespassing into Indian waters near the disputed Sir Creek area.

Pak boat apprehended near Harami Nala

A Pakistani fishing boat was Friday apprehended by the BSF from the Harami Nala near the disputed Sir Creek area, a BSF official said.

UPA lacks guts to stand up to Rehman Malik`s remarks: Narendra Modi

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi accused PM and Congress of "keeping the country in dark" over Sir Creek and slammed UPA for "lacking the guts" to take on Pakistani interior minister Rehman Malik.

Sonia, Modi lock horns over central funds, Sir Creek

Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Friday stepped up attack on the Narendra Modi government and said that it is making false promises to the people of Gujarat.

No attempt should be made to give away land to Pak

BJP on Thursday demanded answers from the government on Sir Creek issue and said no attempt should be made to give away land to Pakistan.

Narendra Modi rakes up Sir Creek issue again despite PMO`s denial

Narendra Modi alleged PM had agreed to resolve the Sir Creek issue soon during discussions with Pakistan`s president.

Narendra Modi`s letter on Sir Creek can be taken to EC: Khurshid

External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid questioned Narendra Modi`s letter on Sir Creek issue saying Gujarat CM raised matter at time of elections, and government could approach Election Commission.

Stop dialogue with Pakistan on Sir Creek: Narendra Modi

Gujarat CM asked PM to stop dialogue with Pak at once on Sir Creek issue and demanded that it should not be handed over to the neighbouring nation.

PMO rejects Modi`s claim on Sir Creek

Prime Minister`s Office on Wednesday rejected a claim by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi that Sir Creek was being "handed over" to Pakistan.

Pakistani daily criticises Indian minister`s terror statement

India`s Minister of State for Home Affairs Mullappally Ramchandran had identified 42 training camps for 2,500 militants in Pakistan and Pakistan-administered Kashmir.

India to erect floating fence along Sir Creek border with Pakistan

The Sir Creek area, including a particular stretch called `harami nala`, vulnerable for infiltration, will be covered by the fencing.

Pak, India must move forward: Hina Rabbani Khar

Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar strongly pitched for a "new pathway" to resolve all issues with India.