Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna met President Asif Ali Zardari at a concert organised for leaders attending the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit on Thursday. As Zardari saw Krishna at the…
India will raise the issue of alleged nexus between the ISI and the perpetrators of 26/11 attacks during the forthcoming talks between the foreign secretaries of the two countries. Indian External Affairs…
MELBOURNE – Dubbing Pakistan as the “epicentre of terrorism”, India on Thursday slammed the country for its inaction against the Mumbai attacks perpetrators, saying it had not been able to punish any of those accused of masterminding the terror strikes.
“Pakistan should be sensitive to a few of our concerns. One of our concerns is terrorism and how Pakistan deals with terror and terrorists,” Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna told reporters. His comments came in
ISLAMABAD – Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and his Indian counterpart on Saturday talked to each other over telephone and discussed the Pak-India dialogue, cotton export to Pakistan and other bilateral issues.
According to media reports, Qureshi made the call Krishna to discuss issues of mutual interest. The foreign minister told Krishna that India should give permission of exporting 100 million bales of cotton to Pakistan.
The Pakistani textile industry has placed
NEW DELHI – Asking Pakistan to fulfill its assurances of disbanding the terror infrastructure on its soil, India Tuesday said it was willing to go “more than half the way” to hold peace talks with the neighbour but terrorism could “not be shoved” under the carpet. External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna, during an interaction with visiting journalists from eastern European countries, said India was “looking forward” to Pakistan addressing its core concern regarding terrorism and
NEW DELHI – India’s External Affairs Minister SM Krishna brought up Jammu Kashmir issue with Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao during his meeting, the Time of India newspaper reported on Thursday.
The paper reported that the Indian minister told the Chinese premier that Jammu Kashmir was still a core issue and “Kashmir to India is like what Tibet is to China.”
The minister also discussed issue of stapled visa to Kashmiris, living in Indian Held Kashmir, and boundary disputes