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Forging ahead: Five years on

Forging ahead: Five years on

Re-visiting the first ever Aman ki Asha joint statement, January 1, 2010 On January 1, 2010, the Jang Group of Pakistan and The Times of India launched an unprecedented initiative for peace between...
Exchange of friendly missives

Exchange of friendly missives

Some feedback about the Aman ki Asha Indo-Pak Economic Meet last week, and suggestions about taking forward the peace agenda Fantastic meeting! I do hope that we stop living under the influence of...
Towards a more open and forward looking business environment

Towards a more open and forward looking business environment

50 young entrepreneurs from Pakistan and India representing the Young Entrepreneurs Forum (YEF) of the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Confederation of Indian Industry’s...
The AKA campaign

The AKA campaign

A game changer AKA is credited as being the most powerful and likely to succeed movement of peace between India and Pakistan. This is not only because it is led by the largest media groups of the two...
2nd Indo-Pak Business meeting Lahore Declaration of Aman ki Asha conference

2nd Indo-Pak Business meeting Lahore Declaration of Aman ki Asha conference

A landmark gathering of some of the most influential Pakistani and Indian business and corporate leaders extended unequivocal support to the objectives of the Aman ki Asha initiative launched by the...
Exchange of friendly missives

Exchange of friendly missives

Some feedback about the Aman ki Asha Indo-Pak Economic Meet last week, and suggestions about taking forward the peace agenda Fantastic meeting! I do hope that we stop living under the influence of...
Will they grasp the moment?

Will they grasp the moment?

By Amir Zia They love to disagree and fight on anything and everything under the sun; but when it comes to India, even bitter political rivals in Pakistan now manage to find a common ground –...
Pakistan, India enjoy huge trade potential: Khattar

Pakistan, India enjoy huge trade potential: Khattar

By Mehtab Haider ISLAMABAD: An Indian business tycoon Jagdish Khattar was born in Pakistan’s city known as Dera Ismail Khan (DI Khan). Khattar is a graduate from St. Stephens and holds a degree...
Indian capital market officials invite Pakistani counterparts

Indian capital market officials invite Pakistani counterparts

By Our Correspondent LAHORE: The Indian capital market officials suggested elimination of all constraints to make the demutualisation experience successful and invited Pakistani stock market members...
Young generations of India, Pakistan don’t want war: Suneel

Young generations of India, Pakistan don’t want war: Suneel

Indian business tycoon talks about his optimism, apprehensions regarding future Pak-India ventures By Jawwad Rizvi LAHORE: Threats also exist between Indian and Pakistan while the euphoria of peace...