Foreign Ministry spokesman Masood Khan:
Pakistan on Monday renewed its call for setting a “timeframe” to settle the dragging Kashmir dispute, describing cross-border terrorism as a non-issue. “We (Pakistan and India) should quicken the pace. Some reasonable timeframe has to be there to resolve the Kashmir issue,” foreign ministry spokesman Masood Khan told reporters here. Khan said the ongoing dialogue with India should not be “open ended” and there must be a certain timetable and deadline to resolve the Kashmir issue that has bedevilled relations between the two neighbours.[Set timeframe for resolving Kashmir: Pakistan]
Pakistani Army Chief/CEO/President/General de Gaulle wannabe:
Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf has said he has not asked India to give a specific timeframe for solution to the long-pending Kashmir tangle.[No Timeframe Set For Kashmir Solution: Musharraf]
If you refer to the other pop quiz, Masood Khan is turning out to be a Baghdad Bob.