Despite living together for centuries, Hindus and Muslims could not create a relation of harmony. Though certain deliberate efforts had been made to bring the two close to each other, but the alliance could not prosper. Consequentially, the sub-continent was partitioned. Soon after that certain unsettled agendas of partition nurtured the enmity further. Afterwards, woefully enough, the two could not live in harmony as sovereign states even after seven decades. The two had been involved in three major wars and several armed clashes. Objective of this paper is to explore the nature of India-Pakistan relations in Musharraf era and a major shift in Pakistan’s foreign policy towards India after 9/11. Policies of Musharraf became the cornerstone in moving forward Pakistan’s established position on Kashmir than any of his predecessor in the past.