KARACHI - Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan should fix a deadline for ending the terrorist activities.Talking to media at the wedding ceremony of Federal Minister Babar Ghauri’s daughter in Karachi on Sunday‚ he said talks would be held with Taliban if they renounced violence and terrorism.The minister said the people wanted peace. Malik said it seemed that there was no solidarity in the ranks of Taliban. He said they should first create consensus within their factions and make a team for dialogue.“We are ready for dialogue for the sake of peace in the country,” he said. However‚ Malik asked the militants to give up violence and terrorism.He said public security was top priority of the government. Malik said investigation of Cantt Station blast was underway. He said mobile phones were used in 80 per cent terror acts, therefore, illegal SIMs should be banned. He said cellular phone service in Karachi was suspended on Friday to avert terrorism threats. He said the explosion in a passenger bus near Cantt Railway Station in Karachi was a bomb blast.The interior minister said maintaining law and order was the responsibility of government and all-out efforts were being made in this regard.He said there was a need to make collective efforts by the whole nation to provide a better future to the coming generations. "We are pursuing the policy of 3Ds (dialogue, development and deterrence)," he added.Earlier, he met with Federal Minister Babar Khan Ghauri and greeted him on marriage of his daughter.This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 31-Dec-2012 here.