27.07.2011 [Deccan Chronicle] - On the eve of talks between the foreign ministers of India and Pakistan slated for Wednesday, visiting Pak foreign minister HinaRabbani Khar struck a discordant note for New Delhi by meeting Kashmir's Hurriyat
29.07.2011 [The Express Tribune] - Pakistan's youngest foreign minister HinaRabbani Khar made a style-statement with her three-day visit to India. PHOTOS: FILE She is rich, stylish, and travels the world — so what's the big deal about Pakistan's youngest and first female foreign
29.07.2011 [Times of India] - AJMER: Hundreds of people queued up on both sides of the road to get a glimpse of Pakistan's foreign minister HinaRabbani Khar, who paid a visit to the dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti here on Thursday. Many youngsters were seen waiting for hours to
29.07.2011 [gulfnews.com] - Foreign Minister HinaRabbani Khar separately met President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and briefed them on the discussions she had with Indian counterpart SM Krishna. A joint statement issued after the talks showed no
29.07.2011 [Hindustan Times] - Foreign minister HinaRabbani Khar too had said before her departure for New Delhi for talks with her Indian counterpart SM Krishna July 27 that Pakistan would not accept the hegemony of any country in the region as it is "by no means inferior to
27.07.2011 [CNN (blog)] - India: Indian Foreign Minister SM Krishna met in New Delhi with his Pakistani counterpart, HinaRabbani Khar, as both leaders stressed a new era of cooperation (AsianAge) between India and Pakistan. A UN World Food Program mission to deliver food aid
29.07.2011 [Rediff] - There was every reason to suspect that the Pakistani Foreign Minister HinaRabbani Khar would, the moment she was back on Pakistani soil, tear into the tendentious spin that was sought to be put by the excited Indian pundits on her meeting with the
29.07.2011 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - Luxury brand Hermès grabbed the spotlight this week in India thanks to Pakistan's visiting foreign minister, HinaRabbani Khar, whose stylish outfits, including her Hermès Birkin bag, threatened to grab even more attention than the
29.07.2011 [동아일보] - The planned visit to India by Pakistan's first female foreign minister, HinaRabbani Khar, is making headlines. The two neighboring countries have fought two full-fledged wars since Pakistan's independence in 1947 and have yet to stop firing at each
29.07.2011 [Aljazeera.net] - Somanahalli Mallaiah Krishna, India's foreign minister, and his Pakistani counterpart, HinaRabbani Khar, held talks on Wednesday and spoke of entering a new era in relations, agreeing to work together to end the insurgency, to ease commerce and open
28.07.2011 [GreaterKashmir.com (press release)] - He termed cross LoC Confidence Building Measures announced by Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan, SM Krishna and HinaRabbani Khar, at New Delhi on Wednesday as “not a step but a strike.” “It is not a symbolic but a substantial step,” Mufti said.
29.07.2011 [GreaterKashmir.com (press release)] - Expressing surprise over objection of India on separatists' meeting with Pakistan Foreign Minister HinaRabbani Khar, the pro-freedom leader said: “On one hand they object to our meeting with one of the parties to the dispute, but on other they don't
29.07.2011 [Foreign Policy] - Pakistan's foreign minister HinaRabbani Khar prayed for peace yesterday at a renowned shrine in India, before returning to Pakistan and calling for "uninterrupted" talks with India (Dawn, ET, ET). Bonus read: Luv Puri, "India and Pakistan's
25.07.2011 [Jakarta Post] - Pakistani Foreign Minister HinaRabbani Khar said Saturday at the Grand Hyatt Hotel here after meeting US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Pakistan-US relations hit their lowest point when on May 2 this year, a US Joint Special Operations Command
27.07.2011 [Foreign Policy] - Pakistani foreign minister HinaRabbani Khar met with her Indian counterpart SM Krishna Wednesday, telling reporters afterwards of the opening of a "new era" in relations between the two countries (Reuters, AFP, DT, WSJ, AP, ET, BBC).