Pak-India Takra On Geo News – 9th July 2015

Pak-India Takra On Geo News – 9th July 2015


Pakistan and India Takra On Geo News Live, Geo News Tv With Hamid Mir – 9th July 2015


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Pakistan and India Takra On Geo News Live, Geo News Tv With Hamid Mir – 9th July 2015 Regarding PM Narendra Modi, Nawaz Sharif to Hold Bilateral Meeting in Russia Tomorrow. UFA, RUSSIA: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold formal bilateral talks with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation meet in Ufa in Russia. Both the Indian and Pakistani foreign offices have confirmed that the talks will take place tomorrow at 9:15 am. The two leaders are expected to meet informally at a dinner tonight. Sources have indicated to NDTV that the discussions are not necessarily a prelude to a resumption of the dialogue process between the two countries, a decision on which will take place after New Delhi gauges Pakistan’s response in the talks tomorrow. PM Modi Proposes 10-Point Initiative for BRICS Nations Ceasefire Violation on the Eve of India-Pakistan Talks, BSF Jawan Killed, New BRICS Bank to Look at Local, International Borrowing: President. According to the Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson, Qazi Khalilullah, “it has always been (Pakistan) Prime Minister’s policy to seek cordial and cooperative ties with all neighbouring countries including India. It was in the pursuit of this objective that the Prime Minister would be meeting the Indian Prime Minister for a comprehensive exchange on all issues of common interest.” Sources have also indicated that PM Modi will, once again, strongly raise India’s concerns on terror with Pakistan and that all outstanding issues will be brought to the table. On the eve of the talks, Pakistan violated ceasefire again at the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, in which a BSF jawan was killed. This was the third time Pakistan violated ceasefire this week. The official announcement of the talks comes after intense speculation for weeks on whether or not the two leaders would meet. Till a week ago, there was a sense that the two leaders would greet one another and have a quick chat in what is referred to as a “pull-aside” in diplomatic parlance. Since then, New Delhi has been keen to upgrade these talks to a full bilateral meeting of the two leaders. Tomorrow’s talks come at a time when Pakistan has warned India against any military operation on its soil along the lines of the attack on a terrorist camp in Myanmar. Indian Special Forces had crossed the border for this operation. PM Modi and Sharif last met in Kathmandu in November last year but did not have a proper bilateral meeting. Prime Minister Modi had then reached out to Mr Sharif by wishing him at the beginning of the holy month of Ramzan, a phone call where Mr Sharif stressed the importance of peaceful bilateral ties between the countries.