India and Pakistan do not share a "normal relationship like that of Canada and Germany or of New Zealand and Panama.'' Though a pessimist approach will not be helpful, but I think Indo-Pak relations will never be on an equilibrium.

"They will either go up or go down, so we need a strong impetus for constant dialogue to resolve the problems between the two countries," Kasuri said on the sidelines of the ongoing Jaipur Literature festival.

India and Pakistan had been very near to a framework 'four-point Kashmir agreement, Kasuri reveals in his upcoming book "Neither Hawk, nor Dove".

"The book has a chapter on the four-point Kashmir framework. We were very near to the agreement," he said talking about peace negotiations between the two countries.
"Manmohan Singh is one person who can write  bout it but hopefully he will not," Kasuri said. Kasuri said that former media adviser Sanjaya Baru's controversial account of his days in the PMO supports the text of his book in an authenticated manner.
"I do not want to comment upon India's domestic politics. It is not appropriate for me to do but everything that he says authenticates what I have write in my book...not just on Kashmir but also on Siachen," he said.


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