ISLAMABAD Pakistan on Tuesday made it loud and clear once again that only comprehensive and result-oriented dialogue with India could ensure peace and stability in the region. Pakistan has always underlined that dialogue should be comprehensive and result oriented. Meanwhile, India should reflect on its Kashmir policy and stop killing innocent Kashmiris, Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit said on Tuesday adding that it was essential that India should give up its blinkered and untenable Kashmir policy. He said this when asked for comments regarding Indias wish to resume talks. It is pertinent to mention here that Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao, while speaking in Boston, had said India was prepared to discuss all outstanding issues with Pakistan, including the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, to ensure stability in the South Asian region. Nirupama Rao said the issue of Jammu and Kashmir was of significant importance in relations between Pakistan and India. The issue of Jammu and Kashmir comes up in our relationship with Pakistan and weve said very clearly, confidently and transparently that we are prepared to discuss all outstanding issues with Pakistan, Indias Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao said in Boston. Responding to the same statement given by the Indian Foreign Secretary, spokesperson of the Foreign Office said that Pakistan wanted durable peace in the region and would spare no time to join India at the table of dialogue. However, he stressed that dialogue must be result-oriented. According to sources, Pakistan could agree to return to talks if Indians were willing to commit to a roadmap covering all the core issues including Jammu and Kashmir, Siachen, trade, culture, Sir Creek and terrorism. It is important to mention here that the Indian Prime Minister, after he was distressed over the events in Jammu and Kashmir, said last week that the Indian government was willing to talk to anybody or any group but asserted that it could not happen till the end of violence, some of which is orchestrated by certain groups. Addressing an all-party meeting on the volatile situation in Jammu and Kashmir last week, Singh is said to have underlined that dialogue and discussion is the only path for lasting peace and prosperity in the state and those having grievances against the government have to talk to the administration. New Dehli-based sources said, it was the Indian Prime minister who asked key officials of his administration to establish contact with Pakistan for resumption of talks. Recently, Pakistan has condemned killings of innocent Kashmiris in Indian held Kashmir and called upon the world community to take notice of Indian aggression in Srinagar and use its influence to stop it.