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NSA Doval tells Pakistan: Reject Abdul Basit's statement or face consequences

NSA Doval tells Pakistan: Reject Abdul Basit's statement or face consequences

The investigation into the Pathankot terror attack was not a question of 'reciprocity' but that of 'cooperation', Basit had said.

Sushma Swaraj, Sartaj Aziz to hold bilateral today; Pathankot airbase attack likely to be on agenda

Sushma Swaraj, Sartaj Aziz to hold bilateral today; Pathankot airbase attack likely to be on agenda

Sushma Swaraj and her Pakistani counterpart Sartaj Aziz are all set  to hold a bilateral meeting on Thursday evening.

Narendra Modi making joke of diplomacy: Congress on PM's surprise visit to Pakistan

Narendra Modi making joke of diplomacy: Congress on PM's surprise visit to Pakistan

Criticising Prime Minister's sudden plan to visit Pakistan, the Indian National Congress said on Friday said that the unannounced move cannot be termed 'statesman like' and added that diplomacy must have seriousness and gravitas.

Breakthrough in Islamabad: India, Pakistan to start Comprehensive Bilateral Dialogue

Breakthrough in Islamabad: India, Pakistan to start Comprehensive Bilateral Dialogue

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said that the dialogue will include peace and security and Jammu and Kashmir.

Govt rejects Modi-Sharif's 'secret meet' in Nepal during SAARC summit last year

Govt rejects Modi-Sharif's 'secret meet' in Nepal during SAARC summit last year

Media reports said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a secret meeting with his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the SAARC summit in Kathmandu last year.

PM Modi agrees to visit Pakistan next year for SAARC Summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has agreed to make a landmark visit to Pakistan next year, the foreign secretary said on Friday, signalling a warming of ties between the nuclear-armed neighbours after a year of tensions.

How much can we trust Pakistan? Part II

PM Modi accepts Nawaz Sharif's invitation to visit Pakistan for SAARC summit in 2016. How much can we trust Pakistan.

How much can we trust Pakistan?

PM Modi accepts Nawaz Sharif's invitation to visit Pakistan for SAARC summit in 2016. How much can we trust Pakistan.

How much can we trust Pakistan?

PM Modi accepts Nawaz Sharif's invitation to visit Pakistan for SAARC summit in 2016. How much can we trust Pakistan.

Modi, Sharif break the ice in Ufa; India, Pakistan agree to revive peace dialogue

Modi, Sharif break the ice in Ufa; India, Pakistan agree to revive peace dialogue

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 joint statement.

India inks landmark cross border pact; more nations to join

India Monday achieved a milestone with the signing of a motor vehicles pact with Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh enabling seamless transit of passenger, cargo and vehicles with the first stage of the USD-8 billion road connectivity project set to begin in October.

40 Indian prisoners released by Pakistan repatriated

40 Indian prisoners including 35 fishermen were on Sunday repatriated by Pakistan government through Attari-Wagah land route.

'Afghan president played key role in Modi-Sharif handshake'

'Afghan president played key role in Modi-Sharif handshake'

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and other SAARC leaders played a key role in bringing together Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif for a handshake that ended their cold vibes at the recent SAARC summit, Nepal's foreign minister said on Sunday.

Modi-Sharif handshake: What does it mean for Indo-Pak relations?

A day after ignoring each other, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart broke the ice on Thursday when the duo shook hands not once but twice on the 18th SAARC Summit in Kathmandu.

DNA: '35 seconds' meet between PM Modi, Nawab Sharif at SAARC

In a photo-op that appeared to belie the recent animosity between the two neighbours, PM Narendra Modi and Nawab Sharif kept their handshake for several seconds and chatted, smiling all the while, as Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala, the host of the SAARC Summit, looked on happily.

Modi returns home from SAARC summit, says "Thank You, Kathmandu"

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday night returned here after a three-day visit to Nepal where he attended the SAARC summit and held bilateral talks with leaders of a host of neighboring countries.

SAARC nations resolve to set up South Asian Economic Union

Aiming to transform the region into a vibrant economic zone, SAARC Thursday resolved to set up a South Asian Economic Union on the lines of European Union by facilitating a common market and removing trade barriers.

Watch: Experts' take on Indo-Pak relations

A day after ignoring each other, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart broke the ice on Thursday when the duo shook hands not once but twice on the 18th SAARC Summit in Kathmandu.

'Wrong to blame Pak for hurdles in SAARC economic integration'

Pakistan today said it is wrong to blame it for creating hurdles in economic integration of the SAARC region, saying it was not the only country which had not completed internal procedures for the inking of connectivity agreements during the Summit in Nepal.