Pak Interior Minister`s visit to India uncertain

visit of Pakistan`s Interior Minister Rehman Malik to India on November 22-23 for Indo-Pak visa agreement is unlikely to take place as Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde would be busy in Lok Sabha.

Pak cricket fans must have an Indian sponsor to get visa

Any Pakistani visiting India during Indo-Pak cricket matches will have to have an Indian sponsor to get a visa as 12 Pakistani spectators had gone missing after the 2007 bilateral series.

Krishna visits `Minar-e-Pakistan`

Paying a visit to the historic `Minar-e-Pakistan` here, External Affairs Minister S M Krishna wished the people of this country peace and progress.

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.

Don`t look at 26/11 trial `emotionally`: Khar

Khar also advocated that the two countries should build on the gains and agreements made in the past on issues like Sir Creek and Siachen.

We have taken bold steps to normalise ties with India: Pak

Pakistan said it has taken "bold and unprecedented" steps to improve ties with "vital neighbour" India and to resolve all bilateral disputes.

Krishna discusses Pak source of rumours with Mathai

Krishna discussed the issue of Pak-based hardline groups using social networking sites to fan communal sentiments with foreign secy Ranjan Mathai.

Take up the issue of cross-LoC trade: Omar to Krishna

External Affairs Minister S M Krishna was asked to take up the issue of cross-LoC trade including removal of negative list by Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.

More Passport Seva Kendras

External Affairs Minister S M Krishna will approach the Union cabinet for expanding the network of Passport Seva Kendras (PSK) in the country.

Lokayukta court moved against Gowda, 3 more ex-CMs

A complaint was filed in the Lokayukta court against four former Karnataka chief ministers, including former prime minister HD Deve Gowda.

Thanks for going out of the way to help: Krishna to Pak

India thanked Pak for going "out of their way" in providing possible assistance to passengers of Air India flight that made an emergency landing.

`Italian marines will have to undergo trial in India`

Italy has been trying to pressurise India to transfer the marines to that country.

`Abundant patience needed in dealing with Pak`

Ahead of the Foreign Secretary- level talks, India said abundant patience and perseverence were required in dealing with Pakistan where many elements are using terror as an instrument of achieving certain objectives.

Delhi Police has done a great job: S.M. Krishna

Congratulating the Delhi Police for arresting Indian Mujahideen (IM) member and key suspect involved in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack Abu Hamza, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna Monday said appropriate action will be taken.

Forego individual egos and prejudices: S M Krishna

S M Krishna today appealed to the bickering Indian tennis players to shed "individual egos" and instead play to bring laurels for the country in London Olympics

Play in interest of nation, S M Krishna to tennis players

External Affairs Minister S M Krishna on Tuesday appealed to India`s top tennis players to forget their individual differences and play in the "interest of the nation".

Krishna in Cuba, talks cooperation in oil exploration

Cuba invited India to partner it in the exploration of oil and hydrocarbons as S M Krishna arrived here on a "historic" visit to the country.

Krishna to visit Cuba to further ties

Looking to further bilateral relations with Cuba,India`s External Affairs Minister S M Krishna will be paying a visit to Havana on June 15-17.

Zardari, Krishna meet briefly at SCO

S M Krishna exchanged pleasantries with Asif Ali Zardari as they had a brief encounter on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.

India plays down travel advisory, says no contentious issues with China

S M Krishna said there were no contentious issues between India and China besides the decades-old boundary dispute.