In a significant step towards peace in the region, Indian and Pakistani foreign ministers have met for the first time in a bilateral summit in Islamabad since 26/11. This follows a decision taken earlier in Bhutan by the Prime Ministers of both countries to normalize relations.
The question is how often has India done its part to revive relations with Pakistan, only to be snubbed? The Pak government has, so far, only made a lot of promises, most of them half-heartedly, only to back-track later. Even the ghastly 26/11 Mumbai attack and the ensuing international outcry that followed didn't get Pakistan to shut shop of its terror patronage and arrest its leaders.
Here's a look at all that has transpired in Indo-Pak talks since 26/11. The timeline:
Dec 2008: India accuses Pakistanis for carrying out the 26/11 attacks. Tensions rise between the two neighbours.
Jan 2009: Pakistan seeks resumption of the peace process and says it was committed to bringing the Mumbai perpetrators toRead More »from The Big Story: Indo-Pak Talks