While Prime Minister Modi may pursue the laudable aim of building a cooperative relationship with Pakistan, he and his advisers should never think that concessions (and dialogue is a concession in itself) will change the Pakistan army's approach to India, says Ambassador Vivek Katju. The major purpose of Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar's Saarc Yatra is about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's general desire to 'push the bilateral agenda' with Pakistan and not the promotion of cooperation in Saarc. Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
when the Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan- Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif were pictured shaking hands and exchanging smiles at the close of the 18th SAARC summit in Nepal, there had in fact been a breakthrough of sorts- a quiet meeting between ...Kashmir Observer, 1 month ago
At the Dhulikhel retreat on the SAARC sidelines on Nov 27. (Source: PTI) The process leading up to India and Pakistan pressing the refresh button on the eight-point agenda began over two months ago — when Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Nawaz ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
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