Karachi, Aug 24 (ANI): A day after India-Pakistan peace talks collapsed and deadlock soared relations, the President of Pakistani Kashmir, Sardar Muhammad Yaqoob lauded bold and principled stance of Pakistan on the Kashmir issue. The collapse of planned peace talks between India and Pakistan hours before they were to start on Sunday has raised questions about the arch-rivals' willingness to overcome mutual mistrust, built since their separation almost seven decades ago. The Prime Minister of Pakistani Kashmir, Chaudhry Abdul Majeed, said the morale of Kashmiris had been boosted due of bold and principled stance of Pakistan on the Kashmir issue. Yaqoob said the international community should take notice of the continued cross-border firing by neighbor. In the now-cancelled talks, India wanted to only discuss terrorism-related issues and objected to Pakistan's intentions of meeting separatists from Kashmir. Pakistan wanted a wider agenda. Pakistan's decision to pull out followed Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj's ultimatum to stick to a terrorism-related agenda.