Key dates in India-Pakistan peace processMay 19th, 2008 - 9:20 pm ICT by admin
New Delhi, May 19 (IANS) The following are the key dates during the last one year in the India-Pakistan peace process: 2008
May 17 - India frees 14 Pakistani fishermen.
May 15 - Jaipur blasts should not sabotage India-Pakistan peace process: India.
April 25 - India, Pakistan should put the past behind them: Manmohan Singh
April 18 - Pakistan postpones the hanging of Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh to June 1.
April 14 - Pakistan adopting bilateral approach on Kashmir: Musharraf.
April 8 - Kashmir is important, but so are ties with India: Pakistan.
February 20 - Post polls, India says it hopes to resume talks with Pakistan.
January 24 - Kashmir dialogue on track: Musharraf.
October 22 - Ties with India best in 60 years: Pakistan.
October 18 - India, Pakistan agree to continue border ceasefire.
July 3 - India, Pakistan set up groups to counter terror, drugs.
May 16 - India-Pakistan relations have never been better: Musharraf.
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