Pakistan, during these past few days, seems to have been flooded with all sorts of visitors from India - from LK Advani to the All-Party Hurriyat Conference. Many believe that this is crucial, critical and precarious juncture in the peace process, even though leaders on both sides now say that the peace process is irreversible. New Delhi is, of course, watching with some trepidation the visit by Kashmiri separatists to Pakistan. Very crucial talks on the oil pipeline are underway and the last two rounds of talks on the Siachen glacier and Sir Creek have not produced any visible results. Pakistan's Foreign Minister Khurshid Kasuri talks to NDTV on the days, months and years to come in the Indo-Pak relations.