Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that talks with India is impossible sans Kashmir, Siachen and water issues, while his Indian counterpart SM Krishna remarked that both the neighbouring countries are not left with any other option than dialogue. Talking to media in New York, Qureshi said that talks between India and Pakistan should be 'result-oriented, meaningful and substantive for the sake of peace and stability'. Referring to Kashmir issue, the FM stated, 'How can Pakistan talk to India without these subjects being on the table,' Qureshi said pointing to disputes over Kashmir, Siachen and water.