President, Jinnah Institute
18th #SAARC summit in 30 years. Will it ever come out of the India-Pakistan conflict shadow to level up its potential as a regional powerhouse?
Maryam N. Sharif
Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N)
South Asian countries need to fight poverty rather than fight with each other.
Awami National Party (ANP)
Pakistani delegations had to travel Islamabad-Doha-Kathmandu to take part in People’s SAARC. South Asian Disconnect!
If Modi is setting new rules of engagement, that doesn’t mean Pakistan has to accept. PM Nawaz has made it clear Kashmir is central to Pak agenda
Perhaps to celebrate 18th SAARC Summit, Indian troops again resort to provocative firing on Pakistan territory in Sialkot sector.
Editor, Express Tribune
SAARC Summit boils down to will they or won’t they – shake hands that is – and they finally did it: PMs of India & Pakistan meet informally.
The way forward for economic integration: RT @PTI_News: India will now give business visa for 3-5 years for SAARC countries: PM Modi.
Mehreen Zahra Malik
At UNGA, Modi rebukes #Pakistan for Kashmir obsession. At #SAARC, Pakistan rebuffed by #India over bigger #China role in Saarc. What’s next?
Anchor, Capital TV
Nawaz-Modi will meet in Kathmandu but will Modi see wisdom in engaging on Kashmir?
PM Modi not greeting PM Sharif doesn’t make much sense, since neither of them was in power in 2008. How will the silence end the enmity ever?
Nawaz Sharif is at SAARC. Time for Pakistani media to think of negative headlines. Or maybe they’d receive editorial help from…. ahem the big Boss?
In Nepal, Sharif feasted on fish, organic chicken, mutton. For dessert, he preferred saffron kheer.