Stunning Beauty Hina Rabbani Khar - India Tour 2011 Coverage


Charm of Hina works, dwarfs dialogue - Her First India Visit 2011, 27th July 2011

It does not happen very often in India-Pakistan talks when the looks and personality of any leader dwarfs the whole dialogue process. The stunning beauty of Pakistan’s foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar got more attention among one and all than the outcome of talks, India media said on Wednesday. Talking to News-24 on Indo-Pak talks, Congress MP Sanjay Nirupam said," She is beautiful and one hopes that she would play key role in normalizing relations between the two countries. " She is articulate, brilliant, enterprising, and very far-sighted even at such a young age. Moreover, she is humble, approachable, professional, and knows her job very well. At the end of the day, if we have more people like her in our government, perhaps Pakistan’s positive image won’t need any marketing beyond simply introducing them to the world!

Noted Pakistan watcher and expert on International relations Pushpranjan said that the urbane charm of Khar stole the limelight." Khar`s personality is very refreshing and she represents the modern face of Pakistan. Let her tribe increase manifold," Pushpranjan concludes, who earlier worked for Radio German. Pushpranjan also feels that it is time that the likes of Khar take the center-stage in India.


NEW DELHI: It does not happen very often in India-Pakistan talks when the looks and personality of any leader dwarfs the whole dialogue process. The stunning beauty of Pakistan’s foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar got more attention among one and all than the outcome of talks, India media said on Wednesday. Talking to News-24 on Indo-Pak talks, Congress MP Sanjay Nirupam said," She is beautiful and one hopes that she would play key role in normalizing relations between the two countries. " She is articulate, brilliant, enterprising, and very far-sighted even at such a young age.

Moreover, she is humble, approachable, professional, and knows her job very well. At the end of the day, if we have more people like her in our government, perhaps Pakistan’s positive image won’t need any marketing beyond simply introducing them to the world! Noted Pakistan watcher and expert on International relations Pushpranjan said that the urbane charm of Khar stole the limelight." Khar`s personality is very refreshing and she represents the modern face of Pakistan. Let her tribe increase manifold," Pushpranjan concludes, who earlier worked for Radio German. Pushpranjan also feels that it is time that the likes of Khar take the center-stage in India.


Mumbai blasts: 'All groups hostile to India on radar’


The Government today said all groups “hostile to India” are on the “radar” in the probe into the terror attack here and did not rule out the possibility of the blasts being an attempt to derail the forthcoming Indo-Pak talks.

After visiting the sites of the three serial blasts in crowded areas here last evening that killed 17 persons, the Union Home Minister, Mr P. Chidambaram, made it clear that it was too early “to point a finger at any one group”. About 131 persons were also injured of whom 23 are seriously injured.


Mr Chidambaram, addressing a 70-minute joint news conference with the Chief Minister, Mr Prithviraj Chavan, also said “there was no intelligence failure” prior to the blasts.

There was no intelligence input either with the Central or the state agencies of an “imminent” attack, he said.

“Intelligence is collected every day, every hour. It (blasts) is not a failure of intelligence agencies...whoever has perpetrated the attacks has worked in a very clandestine manner,” Mr Chidambaram said, reiterating it was a “coordinated terror attack’’.

The Minister said intelligence gathering had successfully “neutralised” a number of planned attacks in the past two-and-a-half years, but declined to give any details.

At the same time, he asserted that Indians lived “in the most troubled neighbourhood in the world” and therefore all cities in India were “vulnerable” to attack.

“Pakistan-Afghanistan is the epicentre of terror...we are living in the most troubled neighbourhood,” he said.

Asked whether the explosions were timed to disrupt the forthcoming Indo-Pak talks, Mr Chidambaram said: “we are not ruling out anything. That angle will also be kept in mind.”

Giving details about the investigations carried out since last night, the Home Minister said ammonium nitrate, an explosive substance, was used in the IEDs triggered by timer devices.

He ruled out the use of remote control to trigger the blasts in Zaveri Bazar, Opera House and Dadar areas.

“We are not pointing a finger at this stage,” Mr Chidambaram said, adding there had been no claim of responsibility for the attack.

“All groups hostile to India are on the radar. We are not ruling out anything, we are not ruling in anything. We are looking at everyone,” he said, adding “We have to look at every possible hostile group and find out whether they are behind the blast.”

Mr Chidambaram’s response came to repeated questions whether he suspected the hand of a foreign terror group or right wing groups or the underworld or the Maoists or Indian Mujahideen in the explosions.

The Union Home Ministry had officially stated in its first bulletin last night that the death toll was 21.

“We are not ruling out any angle. We will probe (the involvement of) every terror group...The investigations into the attack will not start on pre-determined assumptions,” he said at another point facing a volley of questions by newsmen after he chaired an emergency meeting to review the situation.

“Whoever perpetrated the attack has worked in a very very clandestine manner. Maybe it’s a very small group, maybe they didn’t communicate with each other,” he said.

“I am confident that ... we will be able to zero in on the group that caused these bomb blasts,” he added.

He also made it clear that India will not be cowed down by the attacks.

“I want to assure everyone both in India and outside, that India will continue to work and grow and prosper,” he said.

The Minister also assured that the blasts were not targeted against any foreigners or tourists visiting India.

“The target is India’s unity, integrity and prosperity. There are elements that are hostile to India and they are behind the blasts that have occurred over the last 10 years. We had some respite in the last 31 months. But I want to assure you none of these blasts are aimed at foreigners or visiting tourists,” he said in reply to a question by a foreign journalist.

Mr Chidambaram said the bomb in the Dadar area was placed on a bus shelter; in the Opera House business area it was placed on the road and in the Jhaveri Bazaar jewellery market it was on a motorcycle.

“...The density of the population was quite mindboggling. I think they chose places where even a low intensity blast will have a great impact...There were inherent difficulties in policing densely populated areas,” he said.

The attacks were the worst terror strike in the country since the Mumbai carnage that killed 166 people in November 2008.

Expressing “deep regret” to the people of Mumbai over the incident, he said the probe will not start on any “pre-determined assumptions” and will cover every terror group that has the capacity to carry out such strikes in the country.


US keen on India, Pak ties on multiple fronts - Hina's India Visit 2011


The External Affairs Minister, Mr S.M. Krishna, with his Pakistani counterpart, Ms Hina Rabbani Khar, prior to their meeting at Hyderabad House, in New Delhi on Wednesday


Describing as “very constructive” the resumption of the Indo-Pak dialogue, the US has said it is important that the two countries continue cooperation on multiple fronts, including counter-terrorism.

“We said last week and continue to say that dialogue between India and Pakistan is a very constructive one,” State Department spokesman Mr Mark Toner told reporters.

He said it is important that the dialogue continues. “We want to see cooperation on many fronts, including counter-terrorism, between the two countries.”

The United States, Mr Toner said, has engaged with the Pakistani government at high levels, from the Secretary of State to the CIA Director, to address some of the difficult issues, but also to say that the US is committed to working with Islamabad in a constructive way on counter-terrorism.

“Pakistan, as we’ve said many, many times, is touched by — in a significant, profound way — the threat of terrorism.

They’ve lost a lot of people to terrorism in Pakistan.”

Responding to questions, the spokesman said no date has been set for the next round of the US-Pak Strategic Dialogue, but the two countries are carrying out talks at multiple levels.

“I don’t believe there’s any date for the next plenary session of the Strategic Dialogue. It has yet to be scheduled.

...we have high-level engagement with Pakistan, as well as the substantive working groups continue to meet as well,” he said.

“In fact, on July 5th, our Assistant Secretary of State for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement, William Brownfield, will be in Islamabad to lead the Strategic Dialogue Working Group meeting on counter-terrorism and law enforcement with his Pakistani counterparts. So while there has been no date set yet for the plenary, the working groups do continue to meet on a regular basis,” he said.


Hina Rabbani Khar visits Ajmer, Nizamuddin Dargahs - India Visit 2011 Coverage




Pakistan foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar literally criss-crossed the city keeping an eye not only on the high-level official engagements but even found time for personal visits - whether her brief stopover with only her PSO at an acquaintance's residence at Jorbagh on Tuesday just after her arrival in New Delhi or at the Nizamuddin dargah on Thursday morning just before she flew to Ajmer on her way to Islamabad.

Cops said there were Z+ security for the minister, but the "requirements kept changing depending on the places she visited".

Among the places she visited were the Prime Minister's residence, UPA chairwoman Sonia Gandhi's residence and senior BJP leader Lal Krishna Advani's residence. The cops said Hina wanted to keep Thursday absolutely 'free' for her time at the dargah.

Khar arrived at the Nizamuddin dargah at 10am on Thursday. Accompanied by foreign secretary Salman Bashir and other Pakistan delegates, she spent approximately 30 minutes in the dargah complex and prayed for peace between India and Pakistan.

Khar first approached the dargarh of noted urdu poet Amir Khusrau and paid obeisance at the main gate of the rauza (shrine) and spent 5 to 7 minutes there. From there, the minister then went to the main dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin aulia where she spent up to 15 minutes praying quietly at the main entrance. Women are not allowed inside the chambers. Khar followed a common tradition of first visiting the shrine of the disciple (Khusrau) and then that of the teacher (Nizamuddin Auliya). She laid chaddars at both places and was presented with a ghilaf (chaddar) when she was done with her prayers.

"The minister was initially supposed to visit the dargah on Wednesday night but could not make it. We were then informed of her visit on Thursday morning. The chaddars she offered at the Nizamuddin Aulia dargah and darbar of Amir Khusrau were provided at the dargah itself," said Farid Ahmed Nizami, naib sajjadanashin at the dargah.

Khar did not interact much and kept mostly to herself. The popular Thursday qawwali was playing in the backdrop as she offered her prayers at the shrine. Though visitor movement was not stopped during the minister's visit, tight security led to a lesser crowd. Khar came to the dargah via Nizamuddin baoli, the route commonly used by VIPs during a dargah visit.

Pakistani delegates visiting the dargah of the famous sufi saint is not something new. The last high profile Pakistani delegate to visit the dargah was Pervez Musharraf in 2010. Peerzadas at the dargah pointed out a list of prominent VVIPs who had come to offer prayers at the dargah in the past, including late Benzair Bhutto, former prime minister of Pakistan and members of the Gandhi family, including late Indira and Rajiv Gandhi.


Hina Rabbani Khar visits Ajmer Dargah and offered Chadar - Hina's India Visit 2011


Ajmer: Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar on Thursday paid obeisance at the dargah of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisty here.

Rabbani, who was accompanied by her delegation members, landed at Ghughra helipad near here and was received by District Collector Manju Rajpal and other officials.

After a brief halt at Ajmer circuit house, Khar went to the dargah where she offered a 'Chadar' and paid obeisance at Aastana Sharif.


In the visiting register, she expressed her wish to visit the Dargah again.

She stayed at the Dargarh for about 20 minutes.

This morning the Minister also gave a visit to the dargah of famous Sufi saint Nizamuddin Auliya in New Delhi, where she prayed for peace between the two countries. - PTI


Indian PM ready to ‘walk extra mile’ says Pak FM Hina Rabbani Khar


Lahore: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has claimed that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is ready to ‘walk the extra mile’ on all outstanding issues between the two countries.

Khar said the Indian Prime Minister had also accepted an invitation to visit Pakistan.

“Their message is that India wants a stable Pakistan. The effort is to converge on mutually agreed points despite divergently stated positions,” Khar was quoted, as saying by The Nation.

The foreign minister said that there was an emerging need for reducing tensions between the two countries after the Mumbai attacks.

“We can safely say that a new era of engagement, understanding, confronting the challenges and relations to continue has begun,” Khar said.


“Both countries are moving ahead though they can have different outlooks. We are willing to face all challenges,” she added.

Khar also mentioned that she had held meetings with the Kashmiri separatist leaders much to the disliking of the Indians and their media.

She also said that both sides had agreed to continue the dialogue process and were looking forward to resolve all outstanding issues.

“Relations between Pakistan and India will be taking a new direction since the Indian government has shown its determination to continue towards resolving issues,” Khar said.

About Mumbai attacks and belligerence of the Indian media, Khar said that it was important to reduce tensions between the two countries, despite existence of harshness on both sides of the border. - ANI


Every One Talks about Hina Rabbani Khar’s Birkin Bag Now! - Does Hina has Facebook & Twitter Accounts?


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Twitter is buzzing about the Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbain Khar’s first visit to India this week. But it’s not the India-Pakistan peace talks that have hogged their attention: It’s her black Herm├Ęs Birkin bag.


As soon as Ms. Khar touched down on Tuesday evening, her ensemble and accessories became the talk of fashion and media circles on both sides of the border. The Birkin black bag that Ms. Khar was seen carrying as she touched down at the Air Force station in New Delhi, remained one of the top trending items on Twitter on Thursday, a day after Ms. Khar met with her Indian counterpart, S.M. Krishna.

Bollywood actress Gul Panag tweeted, “I like the way Hina Rabbani looks. With her movie star sunglasses, head covered, Birkin in tow. May be she is brilliant too. Wish her luck.”

Her domestic audience seemed impressed too. The Sunday supplement of the Lahore-based Daily Times tweeted, “Khar is all about tasteful accessories-Roberto Cavalli sunglasses, over sized Hermes Birkin bag & classic pearl jewelry. Gorgeous.”

The bag, named after 1960s icon Jane Birkin, an English actress and singer, is sought after because it is available only on a limited basis, apparently through a legendary waiting list, apart from being very expensive (some say the waiting list no longer exists; others claim it never did). The Daily Mail puts the starting price for a basic version at nearly $7,000.

Some on Twitter made broader comments about Ms. Khar’s looks. Seema Goswami, a columnist for Brunch, the Hindustan Times Sunday magazine, observed, “I think the new foreign minister of Pak, Hina Rabbani Khar, is their weapon of mass distraction”

The tabloid Mumbai Mirror’s headline, “Pak Bomb Lands in India” also grabbed the attention of many amused and admiring Indian Twitter users.

Fashion blogger Amara Javed tweeted, “Khar is more glamorous than Catherine Middleton. Take THAT world.”

But some weren’t so happy to see the bag. Sagarika Ghose, the deputy editor of CNN-IBN, said she thought the choice of accessories proved Ms. Khar was out of touch. She tweeted, “Hina Rabbani Khar is beautiful but obviously part of disconnected Pak elite.10 thou $ Hermes bag when country devastated? not the right note.”

It wasn’t just Ms. Khar’s bag that drew attention, though. From her blue tunic pants ensemble to her Roberto Cavalli shades, everything grabbed Indian eyeballs, with media coverage of her accessories practically overshadowing the India-Pakistan dialogue, and prompting some to note they found the reporting of Ms. Khar’s visit sexist.

“Hina Rabbani Khar story confirms belief women are great foreign ministers & reporting on female politicians is terrible,” tweeted Stephani Carvin, a London-based lecturer in international relations.


Will Hina Rabbani Khar India Visit 2011 helps to start the Indo-Pak cricket series?


Pakistan's young foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar was quickly on to the front foot as she broached the topic of sports diplomacy during her meeting with SM Krishna on Wednesday. Batting for resumption of cricketing ties, Khar told Krishna that the game had the potential to bring closer the two countries at a time when people were keen on peace.

Khar made the point that the time was particularly ripe for resuming Test series between the two nations. There has been no bilateral series since the Mumbai attacks in 2008. In fact, no international team has toured Pakistan since March 2009 when the Sri Lankans were attacked in Lahore by terrorists.


Krishna responded, saying India was keen on resuming sporting ties and hoped India would soon host the Pakistani cricket team and vice versa. While cricket did not find specific mention in the joint statement, it said the two ministers emphasized on holding sports tournaments. Khar is also learnt to have pitched for cricket matches between the women's teams of the two countries.

The idea played on throughout her visit. At Wednesday's dinner in the Pakistan high commission, she asked BCCI vice-president and MoS for parliamentary affairs Rajeev Shukla to work towards initiating an India-Pakistan cricket series.

BCCI vice-president Rajeev Shukla is learnt to have assured visiting Pakistani foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar that resumption of an Indo-Pak cricket series would be discussed at the BCCI meeting scheduled for next month. A series is said to be tentatively scheduled for next year but it has not been confirmed yet.

The BCCI and the Pakistan cricket board recently held a meeting in Hong Kong on the sidelines of the ICC annual conference in which resumption of bilateral cricketing ties was discussed.

Khar, a polo enthusiast herself, may have taken some tips from her 11-year-old son, a cricket enthusiast who accompanied her to India. For a Pakistan cricket board that is struggling to remain afloat, it is imperative to engage India in a bilateral series not just to generate revenues but also to give the right message to other Test nations who are shying away from playing there.

In India though, it is likely to be seen by many, including opposition parties, as a major concession to Pakistan. Krishna had said in April that India had agreed to play matches with Pakistan while going ahead with peace talks, leading to BJP condemning the statement. The opposition party maintains that cricket ties should be revived only if there is a change in Pakistan's attitude towards terror.


Hina Rabbani Khar visted Ajmer Dargah & Nizamuddin Auliya Photo Gallery - INDIA Visit 2011




Pakistan`s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar offers a religious shawl at the shrine of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer.

Pakistan`s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar gestures upon her arrival to offer prayers at the shrine of Sufi Saint Nizamuddin Auliya in New Delhi.


World's Youngest Minister Hina Rabbani Khar India Visit News - Excl Video


New Delhi: At 34, Pakistan's first woman Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar is about half the age of her counterparts worldwide and as this head-turner heads into talks with our own External Affairs minister SM Krishna, both her youth and her beauty are dominating the buzz.

But Khar does have other credentials to her credit. Born into one of Pakistan's most prominent families, her uncle was the man 'My Feudal Lord' was written about. She's completed a management degree in Pakistan and received another at the University of Massachusetts in the US.


A keen trekker and a polo enthusiast, this mother of two also runs Lahore's posh Polo Lounge.

But none of these necessarily will help her with the tricky task at hand - steering Pakistan's rough relations with the US or healing broken ties with India.

But on this visit it will be her ability to balance more than the books that matters. She will have to handle relations with India with a light touch, while avoiding criticism back home from hardliners and the military of being too soft.

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Hina Rabbani's first India tour:
Pakistan's newly installed Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar talks to media after upon her arrival at the airport in New Delhi, July 26, 2011. Khar is here to meet with her Indian counterpart SM Krishna Wednesday. Indian and Pakistani officials began talks Tuesday against the backdrop of a recent terror attack that killed 20 people in India's financial capital.

Pakistan's first woman Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar arrived for talks with her Indian counterpart S M Krishna on July 27

A host of bilateral issues, including Confidence Building Measures, India's concerns on terror and Jammu and Kashmir will figure in the talks whose agenda was finalised by the Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan during their "preparatory" meeting on July 26.

India is also understood to have handed over the revised list of 'most wanted' fugitives to the Pakistani delegation which carries 48 names. Khar told reporters in Lahore before leaving for India that Pakistan is looking forward to a "pro-active, productive and result-oriented" engagement with India on all issues, including Kashmir on which "we should not be held hostage to history".

The two Foreign Ministers will review the talks held under the peace process this year and set the forward direction.

Pakistan will not accept the supremacy of any country in South Asia, the country's new Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said contending that neither the US nor China or India could downplay Islamabad's strategic significance in the present scenario.

She said both countries have committed themselves to an "uninterrupted and uninterruptible" peace process since they began their re-engagement earlier this year.


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Meet Pakistan's new foreign minister

Pakistan's Foreign Affairs Minister Hina Rabbani Khar during a news conference at the foreign ministry in Islamabad in this June 23, 2011 file photograph. Khar was on July 19, 2011 appointed Pakistan's first woman and youngest foreign minister within weeks of important talks with India.

Meet Pakistan's new foreign minister

Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar arrives to attend the assembly session at the parliament in Islamabad on May 9, 2011. Pakistan met US demands for an inquiry into how Osama bin Laden lived for years under the noses of its military but refused to be blamed alone for Al-Qaeda or its mastermind.

Meet Pakistan's new foreign minister

Newly appointed Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar is seen outside the parliament.

Meet Pakistan's new foreign minister

France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) greets Pakistan's Foreign Affairs Minister Hina Rabbani Khar (R) as Pakistan's Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani looks on as they arrive at the Elysee Palace in Paris, May 4, 2011.

Meet Pakistan's new foreign minister

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia Christina Rocca, (L) shakes hands with Pakistan's new Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar during a meeting.

Meet Pakistan's new foreign minister

Pakistan's new Foreign Affairs Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, U.S. Special Representative Holbrooke and Britain's Foreign Secretary Hague attend the "Friends of Democratic Pakistan" meeting in Brussels

Meet Pakistan's new foreign minister

U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan Ryan Crocker (R) speaks with Pakistan's new Foreign Affairs Minister Hina Rabbani Khar during a news conference in Islamabad

Meet Pakistan's new foreign minister

Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani (3rd R, rear), Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2nd L, rear) and former Afghan president Burhanuddin Rabbani (L, rear), who heads Karzai's High Council for Peace, attend an agreement signing ceremony by Afghan Foreign Minister Zalami Rassoul (L) and Pakistani Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar (R) at the Prime Minister House in Islamabad on June 11, 2011.

Meet Pakistan's new foreign minister

Pakistan delegate Hina Rabbani Khar listens to Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai speak during the Second Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan, in New Delhi, 18 November 2006. An international conference to boost regional economic cooperation to help stabilise insurgency-hit Afghanistan opened with Afghanistan and hosts India calling for a workable blueprint for development.


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Pakistan's new 34-year-old female foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar has won instant fans in India where a flurry of flattering headlines greeted her first trip to the country.

Pakistan foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar arrives at Air Force station in New Delhi on July 26. Indian Twittersphere was ablaze with commentary of Rabbani Khar, who has taken over from Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

Krishna, a 79-year-old who takes great pride in his tailored suits, had a tough job of attracting attention when the two pose for photographs.

BJP leader LK Advani presents a bouquet of flowers to Hina Rabbani Khar. "Pak bomb lands in India," joked the Mumbai Mirror tabloid in a tongue-in-cheek reference to the history of wars between the countries.

Like Benazir Bhutto, Hina Rabbani Khar comes from one of Pakistan's leading political and land-owning families and her clan has extensive farms in Punjab, the richest and most populous province.

Journalist and author Seema Goswami saw a link between the monsoonal downpour that struck the Delhi on Wednesday morning and the generally fawning coverage of Khar.

All eyes on glamorous Pak minister," said the Rediff website. "She is clearly being looked at as a perfect combination of beauty and brains."


Hina Rabbani Khar met Manmohan Singh, SM Krishna, LK Advani - India Visit Coverage


Hina Rabbani Khar met Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Foreign Minister SM Krishna, BJP Leader LK Advani during her India visit today 27th July 2011. Here goes few pics -

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh speaks with Pakistan New Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar during a meeting at his residence in New Delhi.




Indian Foreign Minister S.M. Krishna, left and his Pakistan counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar pose for photographs before their talks in New Delhi. The ministers met Wednesday for the first time since the nuclear-armed rivals resumed peace talks in February. Those talks were suspended after Pakistan-based militants attacked the city of Mumbai in November 2008.



Pakistan`s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, is greeted by India`s opposition Bharatiya Janata Party leader L.K. Advani, right, at his residence prior to a meeting in New Delhi.



Members of the Fight against Terrorism Society, burn posters of visiting Pakistan FM Hina Rabbani Khar in New Delhi.


Hina Rabbani Khar visted Ajmer Dargah & Nizamuddin Auliya Photo Gallery - INDIA Visit 2011




Pakistan`s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar offers a religious shawl at the shrine of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer.

Pakistan`s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar gestures upon her arrival to offer prayers at the shrine of Sufi Saint Nizamuddin Auliya in New Delhi.


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