ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal said that Pakistan and India were inching closer to the opening of Kartarupr corridor after positive talks. Talking to media persons after the third round of talks at Attari, Dr…
ATTARI: Pakistan India are set to hold the third round of talks on the Kartarpur corridor at Attari border despite heightening tensions between the neighboring countries over Indian annexation of Kashmir, officials say. This will be the…
DERA BABA NANAK: Pakistan and India on Friday held the fourth round of technical level talks on the Kashmir Corridor to finalise arrangements for inaugurating the project by November this year. Delegations from the two neighboring…
The Foreign Office has said Pakistan-US relations have been reset with the successful and productive visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Washington, adding there was no mention of "do more" from the Trump administration. At his weekly…
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan regretted India’s decision to postpone the Kartarpur corridor meeting that both sides had agreed to set on April 2, said the foreign office, on Friday.
"Constructive and positive discussions held between Pakistan and India today on Kartarpur Corridor agreement", Foreign office spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal revealed this after returning from Indian side of border Attari.
Pakistan and India all set to hold discussions on the draft agreement of Kartarpur corridor in New Delhi today.
ISLAMABAD: India and Pakistan will hold talks on approving the Kartarpur corridor agreement on March 14.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Singh Modi said on Tuesday that it was a huge mistake by the Congress to let Kartarpur go to Pakistan, saying that it was a blunder at the time of partition.
ISLAMABAD: As far as peace is concerned, Pakistan has changed its mindset but India hasn’t, said Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday.
Rawalpindi: Chief of Army Staff, General Qamar Javed Bajwa has applauded the Kartarpur Corridor opening as a step towards peace which our region needs.
NAROWAL: Let's talk because it would be foolish for two nuclear-armed nations to go to war with each other, said Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday.
NAROWAL: History will remember Prime Minister Imran Khan and the Indian government for bringing together India and Pakistan on this historic day, said Navjot Singh Sidhu on Wednesday.
Hours before laying the cornerstone of the historic Kartarpur border corridor, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said that this step doesn’t means that bilateral dialogue will move forward with Pakistan.
Finally, another international crossing line between India and Pakistan will be opening today. The historic Kartarpur Border is all set for ground breaking ceremony by the Prime Minister Imran Khan