* Indo-Pak joint statement a sign of positive movement. The engagement at different levels will hopefully open new possibilities: Home Minister Rajnath Singh.
* Meeting between heads of BSF and Pakistan Rangers will help bring peace and tranquillity on the border: NSA Ajit Doval.
NSAs to meet in New Delhi soon
* National Security Advisers of both the countries to meet in New Delhi to discuss all issues connected to terrorism.
* PM Modi & PM Sharif also agreed on release of fishermen in each others custody along with boats in 15 days: S Jaishankar
* Both the leaders decided to hold early meetings of DG BSFand DG Pakistan Rangers followed by that of DGMOs.
* Also after years of unclear delays, first time Pakistan has promised to expedite Mumbai attack trials: MJ Akbar, BJP
* First time Pakistan has accepted to combat terrorism in 'all its forms': MJ Akbar, BJP
* PM Sharif reiterated his invite to PM Modi for SAARC summit in 2016, PM Modi accepted the invite: S Jaishankar
* National Security Advisers of both the countries to meet in New Delhi to discuss all issues connected to terrorism
* Both sides prepared to discuss all outstanding issues, says the Joint Statement
* India and Pakistan decide to expedite Mumbai attack trial
* PM Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif condemn terrorism in all forms and decide to take steps to deal with the menace, says Indo-Pak joint statement
In a breakthrough, India and Pakistan today decided to revive the stalled dialogue process as Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif agreed to cooperate to eliminate terrorism from South Asia.
Modi and Sharif, in their first bilateral talks in over an year, met for nearly one hour here on the sidelines of SCO summit and discussed entire gamut of issues between the two countries.
Significantly, Foreign Secretaries S Jaishankar and Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry held a joint press meet where they read out a joint statement on the outcome of the much-anticipated meeting between the two leaders.
National Security Adviser Ajit Doval and his Pakistani counterpart Sartaj Aziz will meet in New Delhi to discuss all issues connected to terrorism, the statement said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was today warmly received by his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif before their much-anticipated meeting here on the sidelines of the SCO Summit here.
The two leaders shook hands and posed for photographers before settling down for delegation-level talks.
Indian delegation included National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar while Sartaj Aziz, Sharif's advisor on foreign affairs and national security, was in the Pakistani delegation.
The US has welcomed the meeting between Modi and Sharif saying that a rise in tensions in the regions was in nobody's interest.
State Department spokesperson John Kirby, said, "And we also welcome any steps that both countries can take to try to reduce the tensions. That's been our longstanding position."
Setting the tone for the meeting, Modi and Sharif last night exchanged pleasantries and chatted briefly when they came face-to-face at a dinner hosted by Russian President Vladimir Putin for leaders of five BRICS countries and 10 SCO nations here.
The two leaders, who are here to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit, are expected to discuss the status of the bilateral ties and the future direction.
Modi and Sharif were last together in Kathmandu in November last for the SAARC Summit but they did not have a bilateral meeting because of acrimony between the two countries at that time.