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Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Indian Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj are conducting a meeting to discuss bilateral issues. -PM House
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Indian Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj are conducting a meeting to discuss bilateral issues. -PM House

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and India have agreed to reinitiate the comprehensive dialogue process, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said in a joint press conference on Wednesday along with the prime minister’s adviser on foreign affairs, Sartaj Aziz.

“Instead of composite dialogues, now comprehensive dialogues will be held in which all outstanding issues will be discussed,” Sushma Swaraj said.

Both Swaraj and Aziz condemned terrorism and resolved to cooperate in order to eliminate the menace.

They noted the successful talks on terrorism and security related issues in Bangkok by the two National Security Advisers and decided that the security advisers will continue to address all issues connected to terrorism.

Pakistan assured the Indian side that the government is taking steps being to expedite the early conclusion of the Mumbai trials.

The dialogue process, which will start as soon as foreign secretaries agree on a schedule, will include matters related to peace and security, Jammu and Kashmir, Siachen, Sir Creek, Wullar Barrage, Tulbul Navigation Project, economic and commercial cooperation, counter-terrorism, narcotics control and humanitarian issues, people to people exchanges and religious tourism.

Earlier on Wednesday, Swaraj met Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the ‘Heart of Asia’ conference to discuss bilateral issues.

The meeting is considered crucial as many long standing issues were discussed.

The prime minister's adviser Sartaj Aziz and premier's special assistant Tariq Fatemi were also in attendance.

Swaraj confirmed that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Pakistan for the South Asian Association of Regional Coopera­tion (Saarc) summit expected to be held in September 2016.

Prime Minister welcoming Indian Foreign Minister Prime Minister welcoming Indian Foreign Minister

Earlier, the opening of the ‘Heart of Asia’ conference in the capital today was marked by a warm welcome from Pakistani authorities to visiting dignitaries from India, Afghanistan, China among other Asian countries.

In her speech, Swaraj focused on increased connectivity, regional trade and openness with Afghanistan, and also "extended India’s hand towards Pakistan" in this regard.

"It is time we [Pakistan and India] display maturity and self confidence to do business with each other... the entire world is watching and we must not disappoint them," she had stated earlier in the day while addressing the ‘Heart of Asia’ conference.

Swaraj also met Prime Minister's daughter Maryam Nawaz.─ Photo: Irfan Haider Swaraj also met Prime Minister's daughter Maryam Nawaz.─ Photo: Irfan Haider

She added that India will extend its cooperation at a pace Pakistan is comfortable with.

Swaraj also stated that connectivity also lies at the heart of India’s own efforts to push for regional economic cooperation. Nothing can benefit Afghanistan more immediately than full and direct access to India’s markets to enable it to take advantage of the zero-duty regime

She also conveyed India’s willingness to join the Afghanistan-Pakistan trade and transit agreement.

The Indian foreign minister singled out terrorism as the biggest deterrent to progress and peace in Afghanistan and said India was ready to help Afghanistan strengthen its defence.

The national security advisers of Pakistan and India met for a brief and unannounced meeting in Bangkok last week, which was followed up by an informal and short meeting between the prime ministers of Pakistan and India.

Comments (100) Closed

Lotpot Dec 09, 2015 05:06pm

Things will be same . Boring

Kavita J Dec 09, 2015 05:07pm

I agree with Ms. Swaraj. What Afghanistan needs is increased trade and business to curb unemployment and resultant crimes. Afghanistan has a huge potential to grow with its hardworking population and natural resources. Afghani dry fruits are the best in whole of Indian Subcontinent any day.

MSD Dec 09, 2015 05:13pm

World including India needs Pakistan now. Pakistan should play carefully.

Pops Dec 09, 2015 05:28pm

@MSD it looks that there's another chance for Pakistan again either make it or miss it the choice is urs

KKT Dec 09, 2015 05:29pm


Deep thought.

Atif Dec 09, 2015 05:35pm

India, which couldn't tolerate the likes of Wasim Akram, and Aleem Dar on their soil, has suddenly warmed up to not only send their Foreign Minister over, but to also "help" Pakistan at the "pace they are comfortable with".

I wonder what has changed suddenly.

M. Saeed Awan Dec 09, 2015 05:37pm

That's good news. Hate/prejudice must be melted and Love should boom between two countries.

KHURRAM NAEEM Dec 09, 2015 06:09pm

No Mention of Kashmir issue Trade with India should be linked to Solving the Kashmir Issue

Syed Hussain Akbarii Dec 09, 2015 06:11pm

Whatever has been happening will continue happening. India wants access to Afghanistan and Afghanistan is interested in pointing finger at Pakistan without understanding its (Pakistan) problem. It is all self centred. Why are they waisting time ?

tasleem ulhaq Dec 09, 2015 06:12pm

people on both sides of border want peace ,they also want peace in afghanistan but it is impossible to have peace why, why,and why?

Salman Dec 09, 2015 06:12pm

India is following the policy: "Keep ur friends close your enemy closer" just to gather vital information on the inside & target our weak points in full force

Badshah khan Dec 09, 2015 06:15pm

Swaraj talking sense. Good opportunity to develop trade rest other issues can b tackled in a phased manner but with given timeline.

PK Dec 09, 2015 06:15pm

Think positive guys, don't ruin it.

Critic Dec 09, 2015 06:15pm

Lets keep talking. Even if there is no concrete outcome immediately but we can expect it in the long term. I, for one, am not expecting anything immediately. But each step will count in this long journey!

Zainkhan Dec 09, 2015 06:22pm

@Atif no nation have permanent friends or enemies but it is just interest which strengthen or weakened relations

Oz Dec 09, 2015 06:31pm

In what capacity is Maryam Nawaz meeting her ? What has she got to do with the matters of the government ? This is Govt of Pakistan's official time with a senior minister of our most important foreign relationship - Every minute of this time should have been spent on discussions and solutions relating to pressing issues of the two states, not cracking jokes.

M.Saeed Dec 09, 2015 06:32pm

Let us settle the terror issue before all other issues. Both India and Afghanistan are blaming Pakistan for exporting terror to them. Our continued inaction only proves we are keeping the terrorists as our tools for ulterior motives. Nothing should be over and above our real peaceful image and personalities at fault should be appropriately tackled. On our part, we are already demanding such actions against certain personalities in refuge under some influential Western conutries

Malik Zee Dec 09, 2015 06:32pm

where is Kashmir in their discussion.

RA Dec 09, 2015 06:32pm

We should throw our religious barriers first...

Vkumar Dec 09, 2015 06:35pm

we are together...........

Gokarn Dec 09, 2015 06:41pm

Thread of Indo-Pak relation is very delicate. It has been broken many time by only slow wind too. So this need of time to handle these relations with utmost care. There should no loose talk or any kind of provocation by either side. Only peace is road of prosperity and well being of our people.

Remo Dec 09, 2015 06:43pm

As long as Shiv sena and mlovi groups are there..Pakistan and India will never be at peace.

Mohammad Khan USA Dec 09, 2015 06:43pm

It is really good for both India an Pakistan to have talks to resolve their issues, but the talks forced by some other country cannot last, it would end up as in the past.

AXH Dec 09, 2015 06:46pm

@Kavita J - The entire AFG economy cannot depend on the export of dry fruits. Unfortunately, AFG does not have any other established industry that it can rely on to generate money.

Naveen Dec 09, 2015 06:54pm

@Atif -- Bihar elections outcome. Modi realized his stubborn posture is not helping him or his party, changed tune after Bihar elecshan.

Aurora Dec 09, 2015 07:16pm

Will Pakistan muster the courage & allow Afghan trucks upto Attari Border with their goods & take back Indian Products to their country ? Testing times . Sincerity will pay better/good dividends.

Zahid Dec 09, 2015 07:28pm

I will not trust her at all. All they need is transit rights both ways between India and Afghanistan. In view of RAW executing various nefarious plots to assist terrorists in Pakistan, we should simply shut them off. Let Ghani handle his Taliban blood brothers on his own. Pakistan does not need India or Afghanistan at all.

Partha Mondal Dec 09, 2015 07:47pm

It's good sign for common people of both country let it be positive so that both countries common people can go to each and another country van get each and another touch

Khan Dec 09, 2015 08:15pm

This is all drama from both government and a mean to travel and look busy

Akash Kashyap Dec 09, 2015 08:16pm

People of Both sides want peace, then why is it so difficult to achieve...I too dont understand...why is it so difficult to be peaceful and have a healthy competition by sharing of ideas and knowledge...Anyways thori na marne ke baad samshan ghat ya kabar main kuch bhi lekar jayenge...

Lets all pray for peace...When people die, I dont see it based on Religion or Job role,,,I see that the reason for their birth as Human is the Horizon...

God save humanity...

MSD Dec 09, 2015 08:16pm

@Zahid Absolutely right!

Kabir khan Dec 09, 2015 08:22pm

Modi talks business.... What I feel is he is the only leader who is bold and can solve the issues.... Weather we like him or not

Ehsan Dec 09, 2015 08:26pm

India needs to stop acting like the local Badmash.

Taimoor Khan Dec 09, 2015 08:33pm

Waste of time and space. Pakistan should focus on internal issues and sort out corruption and good governance for atleast a decade while ignoring and forgetting about if there was any such country called India in its eastern flanks. Pakistan needs to dominate the region and talk from the position of strength while dictating the terms of talks, this is not possible with weak and corrupt leadership in Pakistan.

Sixer from Chakwal Dec 09, 2015 08:40pm

Madam, no cricket? I am disappointed

Sixer from Chakwal Dec 09, 2015 08:41pm

@Atif Election in Bihar is done

aftab@UK Dec 09, 2015 08:45pm

They need to set the dogma aside and do something productive for the people of their countries.

Gurpreet Singh Sabharwal (USA) Dec 09, 2015 08:51pm

Now that the peace process has started, I hope "non state actors" are not sprung into action by those who don't want peace between India & Pakistan. The two countries were enjoying good relations until the Mumbai attacks happened. I hope history does not repeat itself in this case as the stakes are a lot higher than they were in 2008.

Madan Dec 09, 2015 09:06pm

Whatever India's foreign minister said at the conference shows that there is no bone of contention between India and Pakistan on all matters of common interest.It is late than never.

Khan Dec 09, 2015 09:12pm

What a pleasant turn of events. Comprehensive dialogue is what pakistan has been pressing for, and it's good to see the indians finally agree to it. It's not just a win for Pakistan, but is a win for india too because it's the only way forward.

SBK Dec 09, 2015 09:20pm

@Syed Hussain Akbarii , You are right. Each of the three countries have their own problems and have their own agenda, which are at cross purpose. Still, wishing all the best.

noor Dec 09, 2015 09:35pm

@KHURRAM NAEEM ..There is one book You can says start with what is necessary, than do what is possible and suddenly Impossible will happen...60 Years of mistrust....nothing resolved...give a chance to peace

noor Dec 09, 2015 09:42pm

@Zahid Are you serious ??? Think about economy of pakistan too

AReader Dec 09, 2015 09:46pm

The key to improving peace and co-existence is new beginnings. I hope that the new generation is not poisoned by the older ones by keeping the wounds alive and preaching intolerance towards people on the other side of the borders on the basis of religion. The current and future generations of India and Pakistan are best served if both agree - in letter & true spirit, with hearts and minds, and by plan and action - to maintain the geographical status quo on Kashmir and cease to discuss it overtly or covertly for the next 100 years. Peace will prevail, Inshallah!

Dost Dec 09, 2015 09:56pm

@MSD I don't agree. Please leave such ego and look your own interest. This is open secret

Syed Ahmed, Canada Dec 09, 2015 09:59pm

@M. Saeed Awan: Love? You will only find in Bollywood films.

nEo Dec 09, 2015 10:09pm

@Atif - Thats diplomatic trump card played by india right there... never said it doesnt want to discuss any outstanding issues, but involving a third party in bilateral discussions was the hindrance.. so why not take the discussions in their own land... that will make the irritant third party irrelevant..

Chaitanya Dec 09, 2015 10:11pm

@Remo you have forgotten lashkare toiba and jaish e Mohammed

Farwa Ahmad Dec 09, 2015 10:13pm

Agree with Atif. India shouldn't be trusted, specially after their recent attacks in every way on Pakistan. I don't know what vein of our prime minister they have got. This can mean no good for us.

Gokarn Dec 09, 2015 10:14pm

'Composite' became 'comprehensive'. OK, but question is how far we will walk and talk along with. We fought and talked for more than six decades. Now this is the time when we should proceed to certain point of agreement.

anonymous Dec 09, 2015 10:18pm

@Remo :: "As long as Shiv sena and mlovi groups are there..Pakistan and India will never be at peace."

Shiv Sena has zero influence outside of Mumbai, and Mumbai is just one cities in a state known as Maharashtra, and Maharashtra is only one of the more than two dozen states in India. So let us keep that in perspective. PM Modi is very much in charge, and I am sure he is a very practical minded person, who wants to see peace and prosperity between Pakistan and India.

Last Word Dec 09, 2015 10:19pm

@Oz What capacity is Maryam Nawaz is your observation. My observation is that NS is grooming his daughter to become the next foreign minister. What Pakistan needs is a pretty face like Hina Rabbani as she only has to follow the agenda given by the establishment.

Last Word Dec 09, 2015 10:26pm

This is a good beginning after many hiccups in the recent past. Hopefully, this process will not be sabotaged as NSA a former General who has been taken on board. Even Modi will be given a hard time by the opposition parties for taking a U turn, but he will prevail having absolute majority in Parliament.

Ajay vikram Singh Dec 09, 2015 10:35pm

There is no point talking to each other except only not to allow any more damage. We have totally opposite, orthogonal and mutually exclusive world views. Everything that is dear to us, is bad for you. Every your hero is a villain in our view. Everything that we value is useless for you and vice versa. We have a multi-dimensional conflict and it is not possible to resolve in our present state of mind. Only with a long period of time, when all these things will become diluted and new values will take hold, we will have some sort of relationship. Until then we can only try damage control.

sidney Dec 09, 2015 10:37pm

Finally sanity prevails. Modi in his electioneering avatar condemned moves by UPA to restore normal ties with Pakistan. Now, the BJP, after numerous flip flops, has realized that a permanent impasse with Pakistan will hurt everyone. Modi's agreement to visit Pakistan next year will mean a lot to this normalization. Happy Christmas!

Dv Dec 09, 2015 10:46pm

An exercise in futility

Sharmaji Dec 09, 2015 11:23pm

My Dear friends in Pak , this might be last chance to both country to live peacefully and prosper together , after all we having most of the common things than other countries such as food , music , emotion , tradition ,language, list will go on.................. stay blessed.

Punjabi Dec 09, 2015 11:37pm

Monumental breakthrough only possible under the leadership of Mian Sahib. The last time he was in power PM Vajpayee came by road to Lahore but then all was sabotaged a dictator's lust for power.

Khan-PAkistani Dec 09, 2015 11:43pm

From composite to comprehensive, from inclusive to exclusive ,seems all from commonsense to nonsense by the biggest democracy in the world.

Ash20 Dec 09, 2015 11:43pm

Let's see how Pakistan handle the next round of talks and whether push for talking to third party. If it happens then talks will be killed immediately. Not sure what is the purpose of talking to third party just before talk with India as everybody knows one hour talk with third party is just a political move and which India can stop any time by not allowing third party to meet you.

Khan-PAkistani Dec 10, 2015 12:05am

Good for nothing. India does not care about even restoring normal cricket relationship then what to expect from their them about anything. India still thinks that there is no need for talks as Pakistan will soon be on its knees begging India to let Pakistan join India for a bigger and better Hindustan. This Pre Partition mentality is the main obstacle in normalizing the relations between two countries.

Ashish Tandon Dec 10, 2015 12:08am

@KHURRAM NAEEM So lets see, we are 1.25 billion and you are nearly 200 million in number and you are tying up "your" issue to trade with "us"? Isnt that a bit self-defeating?

Arslan Dec 10, 2015 12:13am

Let's hope this radical change of stance by India is not another attempt to backstab. Tough approach backfired so change of tactic it seems.

AW Dec 10, 2015 12:18am

Seems like excellent and rapid progress in terms of friendly relations between India and Pakistan. These meetings should be held frequently and preferably on a monthly basis in Islamabad and in Delhi. The press should have noticed that the Indian Foreign Minister in great display of desired friendship wore the green sari which is the national color of Pakistan. Ms. Foreign minister: Thank you for your sensitivity. The Pakistani officials including the Prime Minister were equally warm in welcoming her. We should resolve our issues as soon as possible and stop being the laughing stock of the world. Instead both Pakistan and India should join hands in partnership to become larger than the European Union economically

Zain Dec 10, 2015 12:27am

What about Junagarh, Hydrabad, and E. Pakistan? What about all the Muslims and Pakistanis killed in Samjotha Express and other incidents?

simple1 Dec 10, 2015 12:41am

I like the positive body language. It is much more harder to build a bridge than to destroy one. Lets commit to the hard work.

Zak Dec 10, 2015 12:42am

As long as Kashmir is included , the main issue, we agree to participate in the dialogue, but it has to be meaningful and result oriented.

Zak Dec 10, 2015 12:42am

@Kavita J what this region needs is resolution of kashmir.

Changez_Khan Dec 10, 2015 12:43am

Good start.

indian@heart Dec 10, 2015 12:45am

@Sharmaji I couldn't agree with you any less.

jamshed Dec 10, 2015 12:49am

@Kavita J No doubt Afghan dry fruit is the best and you people (as it is prohibitively expensive) crave for it but dry fruit trade alone would not change Afghanistan fortune after 38 years of war, the longest Afghanistan was never a thriving or stable market or economy and most of the substandard goods from India and other countries ended up in Pakistani markets and it is happening today unabated. I wonder why India keep loosing sleep on Afghanistan when you have at least two countries (BD and Nepal) in dire need of Indian help !! Any thoughts ??

indian@heart Dec 10, 2015 12:50am

@Aurora It's a two way street it also depends on India and Afghanistan. Stop the blame game.

Khan- Pakistani Dec 10, 2015 12:53am

@Ajay vikram Singh ! Finally you agreed after 68 years ! Brother I am so proud of you. deyr aamad durast aamad !

timetostopthis Dec 10, 2015 01:05am

@KHURRAM NAEEM If you start putting preconditions, the process will be stopped and no progress will be made in talks. Start with trade and no terrorism. Kashmir can come later.

timetostopthis Dec 10, 2015 01:06am

@tasleem ulhaq Because some people feel they will become less important in the country if there is peace.

Afzal Dec 10, 2015 01:11am

@Oz Let us be a little broad minded and kinder to our prime minister. Meeting of Maryyum Nawaz with the female FM from India was a good will gesture and it did not use time which was going to ensure resolution of K issue. She must have opportunity to avail her father's position to expand her experience as long as no harm is done to the tax payers. Most world leaders encourage their off springs to take advantage of such occasions and in my opinion there is nothing wrong with that.

Qadir Baloch Dec 10, 2015 01:17am

Old wine in a new bottle. Until Kashmir is resolved as per the aspirations of our Kashmiri brethren it's a non-starter. Quite frankly our largest trading partners and allies like Turkiye, Italy, US etc. are bigger priorities. These talks will yield nothing simply because it's all just cosmetic gesture and nothing else.

jamshed Dec 10, 2015 01:27am

@Ajay vikram Singh You are product of your society as we are ours. First we have lot more in common than we have our differences and that are mostly political, not cultural and the proof is that you read this paper make (mostly) intelligent comments even we may not agree. Economically even with your scintillating performance of last 23 years you are still in the same league as we are in terms of percapita, HDI and all that.We look up to each other may not be as much recently.many Indians I have interacted lately try to act they from differently planet or continent but we know each other quite well where we are coming from so there is question of damage control. This not so hot and cold realtionship will continue, may be we are not ready yet as our politicians are utterly stupid or we listen to them too much?

Arshad Patel Dec 10, 2015 01:55am

@Sharmaji - all true but the 'TRUST' for each other!

Dr. Salaria, Aamir Ahmad Dec 10, 2015 01:56am

Just an eye wash.

Being Indian Dec 10, 2015 02:12am

India-Pakistan talks will not only resume bilateral ties between both of us but it will also Benefit all SAARC nations. Afghanistan is very important for India. Both the nations should settle down and handle internal & external issues more maturely. Just imagine after India-Pak issue settles down how much stability & employment will be generated in and around both the countries. Afghanistan must develop along with India and for that Pakistan will be geographical mediator. Agriculture, Industries, Tourism will flourish very rapidly if there will be peace and harmony around the region. Every local citizen of that particular area will benefit from it. Slowly and steadily it will boost our SAARC nations to grow much more rapidly than ever. We can't forget if this region stabilized China & many other countries will pump lots and lots of money in and around this region. India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran could be next growth engines for Asia and the world.

let there be PEACE :)

Pakistani Dec 10, 2015 02:34am

Dialogue or no dialogue Indians are interested in haste to get a permit from Pakistan for use of its motorways and land routes to cross over into Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia for trade activities. The core issue settlement is of no significance.

BNS Dec 10, 2015 03:13am

Very encouraging news. Great initiative Mr. Modi and Mr. Sharif.

Khan- Pakistani Dec 10, 2015 03:20am

Everytime agree to talk but always no talk. Sometime blame us for dividing Hindustan and sometime for making Pakistan ! Politics of deception is always there . India will never be sincere in resolving issues.

frkh Dec 10, 2015 04:03am

@MSD it is not about who needs who, it is about good harmonious neighborly coexistence and cooperation. This is good for people of all countries and promotes business opportunities and reduces misunderstandings. This meeting a good and right step forward.

Isra Dec 10, 2015 04:11am

So let's try this all over again. One more time.

jagan Dec 10, 2015 06:11am

@NOOR ' says start with what is necessary, than do what is possible and suddenly Impossible will happen...'

Truer words were never spoken.

Sachin Dec 10, 2015 06:12am

Let us all stay positive and ignore any negatives. Just increase cross border tourism and give easy visas to people with family, good jobs, professionals and young kids travelling together. There is a very low risk that someone with young kids, good job and a good life would want to create any mischief in other's countries.

Sivaram Pochiraju Dec 10, 2015 07:02am

@Atif : Wasim Akram and Aleem Dar earned buckets of money and plenty of respect in India, which you conveniently ignored. Living in denial simply doesn't help.

Saleem Dec 10, 2015 07:13am

Mutual respect comes from hear and mind. things look optimistics. Billions of south asians looking forward to hear good news.

Rejoice Dec 10, 2015 07:34am

Sugar mills of Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari have filed for getting billions of rupees of subsidy? Another huge burden on Pakistani tax payers.

vic Dec 10, 2015 07:44am

@Zak we don't mind result oriented dialogue on Kashmir, but result should be what we want. Then we can talk as much as you want.

sk Dec 10, 2015 07:46am

Sushma's speech is nothing but the reflection of thinking of civil society of India which believe solution for every problem by enhancing the ties through trade & business across the border. Opposition parties from both sides would like to corner the governments instigating hard core in the society but firm decisions & its sincere & speedy implementation would force these people back to their barrack. Resolving all other issues sequentially keeping sensitive issues untouched & under deep freeze for sometime would be in the interest of both the countries and world at large including US & China. economic inter-dependability would force people & political leadership to resolve the issues in friendly manner.

Freda Shah Dec 10, 2015 08:34pm

In our kind of 'family-first' kind of democracy, the daughter is being tutored to rise to political heights. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto also gave his daughter the same kind of privileges to learn plitics.

Lakhkar Khan Dec 11, 2015 01:17am

@Being Indian

I wonder where was this Indian passion for Afghanistan when Russia invaded the country? India did not even verbally condemned Russia since they were befitting from them. It was Pakistanis who help liberating them. Now all the sudden India is so concerned about Afghanistan? What a joke...

Just remember there will be no peace:

As long India is using Afghan land against Pakistan Not resolve Kashmir issue

Ajay vikram Singh Dec 11, 2015 04:17am

@Khan- Pakistani - You did not get my point of view. Probably I did not explain it clearly.

We have certain fundamental differences - totally opposite view points on everything that matters, because - we are not evolved, civilized or intelligent enough. Also, we both, have a problem with "truth", and so we indulge in lies. Then, we are insecure and have a defensive point of view. All this nationalism, religion-ism, jingoism etc are nothing but expressions of that insecurity, which comes from our inability to accept the truth and truth alone.

shahzad Dec 11, 2015 12:36pm

I feel 'Confidence building measure' would be more fruitful to gauge for the people of both countries. !

Kavita J Dec 11, 2015 11:16pm

@AXH: Let them make a start atleast.

Satyamev Jayate Dec 12, 2015 06:20am

Very matured statements by Swaraj. She is stalling stand and high with her sincerity.

Satyamev Jayate Dec 12, 2015 06:20am

@Atif he he.. good joke.