Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said he'll consider his job well done, if relation with Pakistan normalises. He made this statement during press interaction on board. Singh responded to a question on what five things he would like to achieve with India-Pakistan relations while he was returning from Kazakhstan on Saturday (April 16). "I think, five is too much, if I can succeed in normalising relations between India and Pakistan as they should prevail between two normal states, I would consider my job well done," said Singh. Singh was on a two-day visit to Kazakhstan for signing seven treaties including an accord in civil nuclear field and in the oil sector to consolidate their strategic partnership.