Foreign secretary says relations with India are not improving because New Delhi is "spinning hatred".
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"Our relationship with China is not one-dimensional; we want a similar relationship with US," PM tells Washington Post.
Lt Gen Kenneth McKenzie says as Centcom chief he will make Islamabad a priority engagement.
Dr Faisal says there are no preconditions for Pakistan's cooperation for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan.
Construction of Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipeline to start in first quarter of next year.
Prime minister defends key ministers from criticism; says US "now recognising" Pakistan's role in Afghan peace.
Trade between the neighbours can be as high as $37bn, report claims.
Barkha Dutt says Kartarpur corridor opening should have been "brief moment of reconciliation" between the two countries.
Strong mechanism required to keep situation under control on both sides of border, says FIA deputy director.
Kartarpur opening is a most welcome restart in Pak-India ties and should not turn into a wasted opportunity
Those who agree with idea of peace in Pakistan, India have spent last seven decades waiting for the right combination.
'We want civilised ties with India': PM Khan lays foundation stone for long-awaited Kartarpur corridor
Range of facilities to be introduced for Sikh devotees making pilgrimage to Gurdwara Darbar Sahib.
Policies now made on basis of citizens' wishes, claims FO spokesperson.
Says he has brought a message of love and peace.
Minister says government has offered land in Kartarpur, Nankana Sahib and Narowal to Sikhs’ organisations.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi says India's response to Pakistan's peace initiative has been positive.
PM Khan will "break ground on Kartarpur facilities" on Nov 28, says foreign minister.
FO also condemns the continuous Indian atrocities in the occupied territory.
Says Pakistan has already possessed “cost-effective solutions” to take care of India’s BMD.
Official expresses concern over dilly-dallying by New Delhi to facilitate Pakistani officials' visit to Chenab River.
Alvi says "nobody should doubt Pakistan's capability to defend its territorial integrity and sovereignty".
Pakistan can only try to co-exist peacefully with its neighbours, says Dr Faisal.
Pakistan and India can either "infiltrate and weaken each other" or "try to convince each other", says the minister.
India's 'domestic circumstances' didn't allow the bilateral meeting to materialise, says FM before departing on US tour.
"The government needs to clarify its position on what prompted the cancellation of the meeting," says The Hindu.
India has once again wasted a serious opportunity to change the dynamics of the bilateral relationship: Foreign Office.
We await a formal response from India, says Foreign Office.
No meeting with India's Foreign Minister Shusma Swaraj arranged as yet, Dr Faisal announces during a weekly briefing.
It is Turkey’s desire that the Kashmir dispute is resolved in a peaceful manner: Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
State Department official Alice Wells identifies communication channels the neighbours are already using.
Abdul Rauf was fatally shot by Indian security forces on Tuesday in the Kotkoterra Sector, says FO statement.