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On India, Imran Khan takes anti-Pakistan government stance


Davos: Asserting that recent ceasefire violations at the Line of Control have “pushed back” the peace process, Pakistan’s cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan today said armies are not equipped to

Foreign Ministers should meet, Pakistan tells India: Report

Islamabad: Pakistan has conveyed to India at the diplomatic level that their Foreign Ministers should meet to discuss the ceasefire violations on the Line of Control that triggered tensions, a media

Situation on LoC a lot better: Khurshid

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Against the backdrop of chill in relations over the beheading incident, India today said ties with Pakistan can move forward in a “sensible and calibrated” way once the “dust settles”.

India downplays remark of Pak envoy on LoC killings

India today sought to downplay reported remark of the Pakistan’s envoy here on the killing of Indian soldiers on the Line of Control, saying the two sides can move forward in a “sensible way” once the “dust settles”.

Peace process with Pak back on track ‘considerably’: Khurshid

Asserting that it will not be influenced by “jingoistic conversations” in sections of the media, the government today said peace process with Pakistan was back on track “considerably” but made it clear that “atmospherics” have to be right to move forward.

We’re committed to the ceasefire: Khurshid

External affairs minister Salman Khurshid says, ‘Nobody should feel that we are not serious about what has happened (on the LoC recently).’ He tells Parul Chandra that India’s  dialogue with Pakistan

India, Pak thaw in sight...

New Delhi/Islamabad: In a sign that India and Pakistan were moving towards de-escalating the tense standoff on the Line of Control (LoC), the Indian army received assurances from the Pakistani side t

Army Chief meets martyr Hemraj`s family

Mathura: The Chief of Army Staff, General Bikram Singh, today met the family members of Lance Naik Hemraj at Shernagar village of Mathura district on Wednesday amid demands that the severed head of t

Pakistan foreign minister says India 'warmongering'

New York: India is "warmongering" over deadly clashes in the disputed Kashmir region, Pakistan's foreign minister said Tuesday while calling for talks to end the new hostilities.
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India reserves right to retaliate: Army Chief

New Delhi: In a clear warning to Pakistan in the aftermath of the beheading of an Indian soldier at LoC, Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh today said India reserves the right to retaliate at the "time and

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