ISLAMABAD (Online) Foreign Office Spokesman Abdul Basit has said that Pakistan is ready for unconditional dialogue with India but New Delhi should review and change Kashmir policy, undo black laws, lift curfew and avoid to call Kashmir its integral part, in order to make dialogues result-oriented. Talking to a private TV channel here on Saturday, he said Pakistan is in favour of composite and result-oriented dialogue with India, adding that we had attached no pre-conditions but it was imperative that India should change its Kashmir policy so that the talks could be made result-oriented. He thanked United Nations, for taking notice of recent acts of barbarism in Kashmir and expressed hope that international community would take further notice of deteriorating situation in Kashmir. He said that recent peaceful protests in Kashmir proved that Kashmiris do not want to live with India and are fighting for their freedom. He further said that it is time to give Kashmiris their right to self-determination and in this connection India should stop calling Kashmir its integral part. He said that dialogues could not be result-oriented until India changed its policy regarding Kashmir. He said that at least 115 Kashmiris have rendered sacrifice of their lives in recent days while curfew and draconian laws were still in place in Kashmir. He further said that Pakistan would continue efforts for Kashmir freedom at diplomatic level. He said that pre-conditions dont make dialogue process positive. Answering question regarding Commonwealth games, he said that it is first time that the games are going to be held in South Asia. He said that there are some security threats regarding Commonwealth games.