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The letter also referred to the impact of Covid-19 as a “difficult time for humanity”, and conveyed Modi’s best wishes to Khan and the people of Pakistan “for dealing with the challenges” of the pandemic.

Atmosphere devoid of terror must for cordial ties, PM Modi writes to Imran Khan

By Rezaul H Laskar, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON MAR 24, 2021 01:45 AM IST
The message was part of a letter of greetings send by Modi to Khan on the occasion of Pakistan Day.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan was one of the world leaders to congratulate Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his re-election(REUTERS)
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan was one of the world leaders to congratulate Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his re-election(REUTERS)

Terrorism is a genuine barrier to India-Pakistan dialogue

Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON MAY 27, 2019 07:39 PM IST
Jolted by his past experience, Narendra Modi was justified in asking for a halt to terrorism before peace talks could be given a serious consideration
External affairs ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar addresses a press conference, in New Delhi on Jan, 11.(AP Photo)
External affairs ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar addresses a press conference, in New Delhi on Jan, 11.(AP Photo)

Pakistan not ‘serious’ about talks, India hits back at Imran Khan’s comments

New Delhi | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON JAN 11, 2019 06:15 PM IST
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had accused India of not responding to his peace overtures and said that any war between two nuclear-armed nations would be suicidal for them.
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