UNITED NATIONS Amid heightened tension over Indias aggressive tactics to put down the popular uprising in Kashmir, Foreign Ministers of Pakistan and India are expected to have a substantive meeting in the next two days, according to diplomatic sources. Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Indian External Affairs Minister S M Krishna are in New York leading their respective delegations to the 65th Session of the UN General Assembly. But the exact date and time of their formal meeting has yet to be finalised. It will be their first meeting after the situation turned for the worse, with India sending its army troops late July to subdue the unarmed but vocal civilians in the occupied Kashmir. More than 100 people have been gunned down by Indian security forces and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for an immediate end to violence. On Friday, the two leaders, who were coming out of separate meetings at UN Headquarters, had a chance meeting, according to the sources. They greeted each other and exchanged pleasantries. Foreign Minister Qureshi is understood to have told Krishna that the international response to the UNs appeal for help to flood-hit Pakistan has been generous, after his Indian counterpart inquired about the flood situation. Qureshi is understood to have thanked Krishna for Indias flood relief assistance amounting to $20 million. The chance encounter at the UN was their first interaction since their meeting in Islamabad in July. Qureshi has told various forums here that the resolution of Jammu and Kashmir is imperative for South Asian security. The Foreign Minister on Friday made it clear that Pakistan could not be oblivious to the situation in the Indian occupied territory. Meanwhile, according to the Indian media, Krishna has indicated New Delhis willingness to discuss all outstanding issues with Pakistan including Kashmir, which has witnessed gross human rights violations and killing of over 100 people in recent days. Well, I was in Islamabad and we did talk and I have invited Qureshi to come to India and he has very graciously accepted my invitation, Krishna said. I am looking forward to hosting him in Delhi... and the dates have to be worked out, Krishna was quoted as saying.