Time for India, Pakistan to remove mutual mistrust: Sharif told Pranab Mukherjee

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif has said India and Pakistan should move forward in their relationship and remove mutual mistrust as governments in both the countries had received a strong electoral mandate.

Narendra Modi, Nawaz Sharif discuss terrorism, hope for new page in Indo-Pak ties

India`s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised concerns on terrorism and need for action in 26/11 during his meeting with his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif Tuesday.

Modi-Sharif meeting good beginning, says Hurriyat

Moderate Hurriyat Conference on Tuesday said the meeting between Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif was a good beginning for improving relations between the two countries.

Nawaz Sharif`s daughter hopes for peace, hails Narendra Modi calling her father `man of peace`

Hoping for a new beginning where peace can prevail between India and Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif`s daughter on Tuesday hailed Narendra Modi calling her father as `Man of peace`.

Meeting with Narendra Modi was historic, must pick up ties from Vajpayee`s time: Nawaz Sharif

Addressing the media in the national capital Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Tuesday that his meeting with Indian counterpart Narendra Modi was `historic`.

Improvement in Indo-Pak ties vital for regional peace: China

Lauding the new Indian government`s move to invite Pakistan Premier Nawaz Sharif to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi as Prime Minister, China on Monday said improvement in Indo-Pak ties contributes to regional peace, stability and development.

Improvement in Indo-Pak ties vital for regional peace: China

Lauding the new Indian government`s move to invite Pakistan Premier Nawaz Sharif to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi as Prime Minister, China today said improvement in Indo-Pak ties contributes to regional peace, stability and development.

Modi`s swearing-in: Sharif`s visit to India could give peace a chance, says Pak media

Pakistan Premier Nawaz Sharif`s decision to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister-elect Narendra Modi is a step in the right direction to give peace a chance, media here said on Sunday.

Pak welcomes Narendra Modi`s statement on improving ties with foreign nations

Pakistan on Wednesday welcomed BJP`s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi`s remarks regarding ties with foreign countries and asserted that it was looking forward to a stable government here to engage "quickly, comprehensively and meaningfully".

Indian envoy pitches for better Indo-Pak ties

If Iran and Afghanistan`s ties with the US can improve, "why not the relations between India and Pakistan", asked Indian High Commissioner T CA Raghavan on Friday as he pitched for greater bilateral trade.

Govts should prevent derailment of Indo-Pak ties: Pakistan Minister

Pakistan on Wednesday called for "stability and predictability" in Indo-Pak relations.

Better Indo-Pak ties crucial for Afghan peace: British PM

The British leader said that better Indo-Pak relation is a cornerstone for regional peace and prosperity.

Serious concerns have piled up in Indo-Pak ties: Khurshid

India said "serious concerns" have "piled up" in Indo-Pak ties in the backdrop of recent incidents, including killing of an Indian prisoner.

Hizbul chief warns Nawaz Sharif against friendship with India

Even before Pakistan`s would-be PM Nawaz Sharif could act on his vows of improving Indo-Pak ties, a warning has been issued by Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin.

Sharif to bring new perspective to Indo-Pak ties: Praful Patel

Union Heavy Industries Minister Praful Patel on Sunday expressed confidence that Nawaz Sharif-led Pakistan government will bring a new perspective to Indo-Pak relations.

Progress in Indo-Pak ties could be undone by terror attack: US

Indo-Pak ties have made "modest progress" after 2 countries took calculated decisions to improve relations, a top US intelligence official has said.

Mayawati cautions against hasty decision on Indo-Pak ties

Amid outcry over the beheading of an Indian soldier by Pakistani Army, BSP supremo Mayawati said war is not the "only option" and cautioned that no hasty decision should be taken.

Landmark visa pact highlight of Indo-Pak ties in 2012

As the year drew to a close, Pakistan and India implemented the new visa agreement, whose signing had been delayed from May to September, largely due to opposition from Interior Minister Rehman Malik.

`Media can play vital role in improving Indo-Pak ties`

Kaira made the remarks while addressing a Pakistan-India media conference at the Lahore Press Club.

Hillary, Zardari discuss Indo-Pak ties, anti-Islam film row

Clinton reiterated that those who provoke violence cannot be tolerated and it undermines the sovereignty of states.