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India, Pak border guarding forces to meet tomorrow in Lahore
Times of India, 23 December 2013
AMRITSAR: Drug trafficking, infiltration, smuggling of arms and fake Indian currency are among the main issues India will take up with Pakistan in Lahore at a high-level meeting between the border guarding forces of the two countries from December 24-28....

Ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Kathua district, BSF officer injured
IBN Live, 20 December 2013
In a ceasefire violation, a BSF officer was injured on Thursday in sniper firing from across the Indo-Pak border in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistan wants peaceful relations with India, Afghanistan
Daily Times, 19 December 2013
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday the country’s defence strategy was being devised keeping in view the contemporary professional requirements, as no battle could be won with outdated technology and discarded strategies.

China welcomes India-Pak. DGMOs meet
The Hindu, 19 December 2013
China on Wednesday said it welcomed next week’s meeting between the Directors General of Military Operations (DGMOs) of India and Pakistan, saying it saw improved relations between the two countries as “vital” to regional stability. The...

Pakistan, India DGMOs to meet over LOC ceasefire
Dawn, 17 December 2013
The director-generals military operations of Pakistan and India will meet next week to work out a mechanism to ease tensions and maintain ceasefire at the heavily militarized Line of Control. According to a press release by the foreign office, the invitation...

US asks India to include civilians in DGMO talks
Dawn, 17 December 2013
The US has asked India to accept Pakistan’s suggestion for including civilian diplomats in the proposed DGMOs’ dialogue, US and Indian media reported on Monday. Under a mechanism agreed between Indian and Pakistani prime ministers in New...

No option but to normalise Pak-India ties: PM
The News International, 12 December 2013
Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday said that his government was committed to improving relations with India, adding that the normalisation process must remain on track.

India, Pakistan can't afford another war as both have nuclear powers: Imran Khan
Indian Express, 7 December 2013
Pakistani politician Imran Khan on Saturday said that despite Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's recent statement on a possible fourth war with India over Kashmir, both the countries cannot afford to do so as they are nuclear powers.He also noted that...

India, Pakistan keen to start new trade regime:Lahore Industry Body
Indian Express, 7 December 2013
India and Pakistan are keen to start new trade regime and minimize non-tariff barriers, President, Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry Sohail Lashari, said on Saturday.Lashari, who was leading a trade delegation from Pakistan, was addressing an...

Kashmir issue should be resolved peacefully through talks: Pakistan
Indian Express, 5 December 2013
Pakistan on Thursday said the Kashmir issue should be resolved peacefully and through "meaningful and substantive" talks with India and both sides should work on addressing the mistrust that exists and divides them.

Kashmir issue should be settled for regional peace: PM Sharif
Indian Express, 3 December 2013
The Kashmir issue should be settled according to UN resolutions and the aspirations of Kashmiris to ensure peace in the region, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Tuesday.

Reset Pakistan's India policy, Sharif told
The Hindu, 2 December 2013
A leading Pakistani newspaper on Sunday asked Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to “reset” policies vis-a-vis India as well as other “enormously complicated” issues. Sharif has been in office for five months, and it was time he took...

Profile: Achievements and failures of retiring Pak Army chief Kayani
Indian Express, 28 November 2013
Pakistan's hawkish Army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, who did little to change the force's India-centric stance, will leave the world's sixth-largest army grappling with a host of security challenges when he steps down on Friday.

Pakistan should give maximum punishment to 26/11 attackers: Antony
Hindu, 26 November 2013
India will not be satisfied till Pakistan gives maximum punishment to the perpetrators of 26/11 Mumbai attack, Defence Minister A.K. Antony said on Monday.Coastal security was “very weak” before the terror attack in Mumbai in 2008 but now...

Pakistani PM hopes to fortify ties with India
Dawn, 23 November 2013
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday once again expressed hope in assembling a bond of friendship with India and said that firing across the Line of Control (LOC) is not in favour of either country.


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