Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Latest News
• NA-75 Daska by-polling being held today • Another suspect arrested in judge murder case in Swabi • KP govt. vows legislation on children adoption • Local govt. election not likely by Aug 15 deadline in capital • Blasphemy case registered against 2 women in Faisalabad • CAA permits providing iftar meals to domestic flights’ passengers • Woman victim of ‘harassment’ commits suicide in Karachi • Punjab enacts ordinance to regularize housing schemes • Three-judge bench stops Singh govt. from erection on plots next to SHC • Pakistan Refinery seeks used complex to upgrade operations • Railways engages private sector for financial revival • SBP studying digital currency: Reza Baqir • SBP to retain bank defaulters history in electronic data for 2 years • Pakistan, China vow to work for peace together • Protesting govt. employees in Baluchistan end sit-in on court’s order • Utility Stores launches today biggest Ramadan relief package • Cabinet approves amendments to Elections Act • Army promotion board elevates brigadiers • Spending on defence, development likely to remain flat till 2026: IMF • WHO rebukes vaccine imbalance between rich, poor nations • Asim Ahmad appointed as new FBR chairperson • Eight MNAs, over 10 MPAs attend Tareen’s dinner after SBP blocks his 36 accounts • E-passports to be introduced by June: Sheikh Rasheed • US of caused humanitarian disasters through foreign interventions: Chinese report • Biden initiates move to tackle ‘epidemic’ of gun violence • EU vaccine probe deepens Europe’s Covid troubles
News Alert
    • Covid Updates: 5,139 cases reported while 100 deaths recorded in last 24 hrs
    • Currently, 73,078 cases are active in the country
    • The death toll reaches 15,329 in Pakistan
    • 1,772 people recovered in last 24 hrs
    • The current positivity rate is 9.9% in the country 

Latest Updates

2 to 1: Pak will take 2 steps towards peace if India takes one: FM Qureshi

While expressing readiness for peaceful solution, FM says Pakistan will not shy away from dialogue if India reviews policy

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Friday that the responsibility to create an enabling environment for dialogue with Pakistan lies with India.

“Pakistan will not shy away from dialogue if India reviews its policy and expresses readiness for a peaceful solution of all issues including [the] Kashmir dispute.”

The foreign minister stated in a statement issued.

He further recalled that Prime Minister offered to take two steps towards peace with the neighboring country if India took one, soon after taking office.

The top diplomat said that the re-enforcement of the ceasefire agreement after talks between the director generals of military operations of both countries was a positive development.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa spoke at the first-ever Islamabad Security Dialogue, talking about a wide range of internal and external issues, on Thursday.

 “This potential, however, has forever remained hostage to disputes and issues between two nuclear neighbors”

During his address, the army chief said that stable Indo-Pak relations were a key to unlock the untapped potential of South and Central Asia by ensuring connectivity between East and West Asia.

“Kashmir dispute is obviously at the head of this problem. It is important to understand that without the resolution of Kashmir dispute through peaceful means, the process of sub-continental rapprochement will always remain susceptible to derailment due to politically motivated bellicosity.”

The COAS said.

However, Gen Bajwa divulged that the military leadership feels it is time to bury the past and move forward.

“But for the resumption of the peace process or meaningful dialogue, our neighbor will have to create a conducive environment, particularly in Indian Occupied Kashmir.”

The army chief maintained.

Written By

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Advertisement

Facebook

International

Region-Israel relation normalization depends on the Israel-Palestine peace process, sys Saudi FM.

Economy

With 6% rate of return and $ 800 mln in six months is high return, higher performance.

Latest Updates

Searle Company Limited concluded an agreement with China.

Economy

Pakistan and China are likely to sign a bilateral framework agreement on industrial cooperation under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)

Copyright © 2021 The Truth International