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Pakistan's foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi speaks to reporters in Multan, Pakistan. Qureshi says Prime Minister Imran Khan will travel to Iran's capital Saturday before traveling on to Saudi Arabia as part of his efforts to ease tensions between the two Islamic countries.

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Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi speaks to reporters in Multan, Pakistan. Qureshi again asked the international community to pressure India to lift the curfew in Kashmir. He also criticized Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government for not allowing U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen to visit Kashmir.

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In this photo released by the Foreign Office, Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, center, receives members of Taliban delegation at the Foreign Office in Islamabad, Pakistan. Senior Taliban leaders are meeting with Qureshi in Islamabad as part of a push to revive an Afghanistan peace deal that has included stops in Russia, China and Iran.

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In this photo released by the Press Information Department, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, center, hand shakes jointly with Afghan counterpart Salahuddin Rabbani, right, and Chinese counterpart Wang Yi prior to a meeting in Islamabad, Pakistan. Pakistan is hosting the third round of trilateral talks with Afghanistan and China to cover trade, counterterrorism and ending Afghanistan's 18-year war.

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Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi addresses a news conference in Islamabad, Pakistan. Qureshi said that Islamabad is not considering any military actions and instead is looking at political and legal options to challenge India's changes to disputed Kashmir's status. Qureshi rejected New Delhi's claim that the changes were its internal matter and that Islamabad should reconsider its expulsion of India's ambassador and suspension of trade and a key train service.

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In this photo released by the Foreign Office, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, second from right, talks with visiting Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Islamabad, Pakistan. Ghani has arrived on his first visit to Pakistan, in an attempt to forge a fresh relationship with Prime Minister Imran Khan's government and reach out to Islamabad for help in getting the Taliban to talk peace with Kabul.

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In this photo released by Press Information Department, visiting U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, left, shakes hand with Pakistan's foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, prior to their meeting in Islamabad, Pakistan. Pompeo arrived in Pakistan at a time when relations between the two countries have sunk to a new low.

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Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi arrives to cast his vote for presidential election at parliament in Islamabad, Pakistan. Polling started at Pakistan's parliament and four provincial legislatures to indirectly elect the country's new President, a process which will strengthen grip of the ruling party on power, as its nominee Arif Alvi is expected to easily become new ceremonial head of the state.

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Imran Khan takes oath as MP with Shah Mehmood Qureshi

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Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, left, shakes hands with his Indonesian counterpart Marty Natalegawa in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Canada's Foreign Minister Lawrence Cannon, right, talks with Australia's Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd, left, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle, second right, and Pakistan's Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi, second left, prior to the start of a 'Friends of Democratic Pakistan' meeting, at the European Council building in Brussels. A group of 26 countries and international organizations called 'Friends of Democratic Pakistan' gathers in Brussels, to discuss the urgent need for reforms in Pakistan.

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Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Foreign Minister of Pakistan, addresses a summit on the Millennium Development Goals at United Nations headquarters.

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New Delhi diplomacy Forever looking inward

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Exeunt Diplomats in New Delhi now say they won’t hurry to the talks table

Reuters (From Outlook, August 09, 2010)

Illustration By Sandeep Adhwaryu

Krishna, Qureshi at the press conference

REUTERS (From the Outlook, Aug 2, 2010 Issue)

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton poses for pictures with Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi before their meeting in Islamabad, Pakistan. Hillary today told the Pakistani leadership that the US wants a continuation of Indo-Pak dialogue so that the two sides could amicably resolve their outstanding problems.

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Talking heads Pakistani foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and S.M. Krishna arrive for talks in Islamabad on July 15

AFP (From Outlook, July 26, 2010)

External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna, third from right, holds talks with Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, fourth from left, at the Foreign Ministry in Islamabad, Pakistan.

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Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi extends his hand to visiting External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna for a shake hand prior to formal talks at the Foreign Ministry in Islamabad, Pakistan.

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Foreign Minister of Pakistani Shah Mehmood Qureshi shakes hand with Nirupama Rao, Foreign Secretary of India during an informal dinner in Islamabad.

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Dec 23: The Indo-Pak dialogue, stymied since 26/11, was supposed to resume with the visit of minister for external affairs to Pakistan. But after a long, inconclusive meeting, the two sides agreed to a press conference where the Pakistan foreign minister intemperately compared the Indian home secretary's statements with tirades from Hafiz Saeed. The atmospherics went from bad to worse, and the impasse continues.*** External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna shakes hands with his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi prior to formal talks at the Foreign Ministry in Islamabad, Pakistan. Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan today met here with an aim to restore trust and increase confidence in bilateral ties, with New Delhi seeking strong action against those involved in 26/11 terror attacks, based on the inputs provided by David Headley.

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Foreign Minister, S.M. Krishna talks with Pakistani counterpart, Shah Mahmood Qureshi during a tea break at the 32nd session of the council of ministers, in Thimpu, Bhutan. Bhutan is hosting the annual summit of South Asian leaders for the first time on April 28-29.

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Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi shares a laugh with Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton at the State Department in Washington. In an apparent reference to India's stance that it can't resume composite dialogue with Pakistan until Islamabad takes concrete action against all those who are responsible for terror attacks in the country, Qureshi said he is confident that India will have to revisit its Pak-policy soon.

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Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi delivers a keynote address at the International Institute of Foreign Affairs in Beijing. Qureshi is in China on a five day official visit, to expand the country's pragmatic cooperation in various fields, and strengthen coordination and cooperation in international and regional affairs for a continuous development of bilateral ties.

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Iran's Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki, left, shakes hands with Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi after a joint press conference at the 12th Session of the Developing-8 (D-8) Council of Ministers Meeting in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton prays together with Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi at the grave of the Poet Muhammad Iqbal, Iqbal Memorial in Lahore, Pakistan.

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