LAHORE Reiterating the mutual stance of Pakistan and India that talks should be uninterruptible and irreversible, Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar Thursday claimed that Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was willing to walk the extra mile on all outstanding issues. India wont be found wanting on any front, she quoted Singh as saying, adding that the Indian PM had accepted invitation to visit Pakistan, and the date of visit and modalities were yet to be finalised. Their message is that India wants a stable Pakistan. Speaking to reporters upon arrival from New Delhi at Lahore Airport along with Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir, she stated that so far both nuclear neighbours had not budged even an inch from their respective previously stated positions about contentious issues during the recent meetings with the Indian leadership, though they had agreed to continue the dialogue process, enhance Confidence Building Measures and involve in actualising trust. The effort is to converge on mutually agreed points despite divergently stated positions, she averred. Ms Khar fell short of divulging details regarding the Indian interference in Balochistan and its ever-increasing influence in the war-torn Afghanistan, when she stated that practically every issue, whether strategic or political, was discussed. I cannot divulge details of dialogue in closed rooms to keep sanctity of the discussion intact, she replied to a question on the subject. About Kashmir and water discords, she mentioned that so far no one of the both sides had digressed from their stated positions. However, she added that they had discussed all the issues and Pakistan had not deviated from its principle stance of resolving the Kashmir issue in accordance with the UN resolutions, which was not brought under focus. When quizzed about the time limit for resolving the Kashmir issue, she asserted that no time frame could be outlined for this. About water dispute, she asserted that Pakistan had to maintain the sanctity of the Indus Waters Treaty. We had, are and will keep on raising the issue with India since moving ahead and resolving disputes is in the interest of Pakistan as well, she pledged. Hina mentioned that she had held meetings with the Kashmiri leaders much to the disliking of the Indians and their media. While underlining the need for people-centric approach, she was of the considered opinion that the relations between two estranged neighbours would be turning over a new leaf. Relations between Pakistan and India will be taking a new direction since the Indian government has shown its determination to continue towards resolving issues, she observed, adding that talks were held in a constructive and positive atmosphere with her Indian counterpart S.M. Krishna and others, and it was a move towards normalising relations with India. About Mumbai attacks and belligerence of the Indian media, the foreign minister said after the Mumbai attacks, the need for reducing tensions between the two countries was of paramount importance despite the fact that there existed equal harshness on many aspects on sides of the divide. Both countries are moving ahead though they can have different outlooks. We are willing to face all challenges, she vowed, adding that she had reassured Indians that Pakistan would not put any obstacles in the way to find a fair resolution. In the context of Indians allegation that Pakistan was delaying the probe into Mumbai attacks, Ms Khar was of the opinion that finger-pointing would not be of any use though both countries could continue to have differences. However, she stressed that no country or region could progress without peace. While replying to a question about increasing trade ties sans resolving the contentious issues, she conceded that certain concerns had to be addressed. About the focus of the Indian media about 'youngest Pakistani female foreign minister visiting an enemy country, she said it was part of the paparazzi, and perhaps the Pakistan media could have done the same in given circumstances. Earlier, while initiating the press conference with a brief and referring to the joint statement post Khar-Krishna meeting, the foreign minister showed her satisfaction with the talks. We can safely say that a new era of engagement, understanding, confronting the challenges and relations to continue has begun, she said, asserting that if the momentum had been gained, then a lot of ground work was to be done. She mentioned that bilateral relations, peace and security, economic cooperation, water issue, visa regime, and promotion of friendly exchanges. Intention is to reconvene the dialogue process, which is a sign of normalising the relations, he opined. Ms Khar also underlined that need for carrying forward the dialogue process by establishing good neighbourly relations between two countries. Agencies add: Talking to Asian News International (ANI), she said investigations into the Mumbai attack were on schedule and part of the judicial process over which her government had no say. She further said that it was faster than the investigations that India was conducting on the 2007 Samjhauta Express blast case. You have to see we have a judicial process, why is it difficult for you to understand? It is similar to yours. I want to emphasise that on Samjhauta and compare it to Mumbai, you will find there is more progress, said Khar. On Mumbai, interior ministers of the two countries have met. A judicial commission is coming from Pakistan to India; it will give impetus to process. It is not in Pakistans interest to delay this process, she added. She said it was her 'goal to unburden the Pak-India relationship and that both the countries have to let go off the hostilities that they have held to for long. We have held on to our hostilities for far too long, perceptions and goals and aspirations that the other has for us for too long...we have let it determine the partnership of our countries.