India and Pakistan, since post-independence embarked on a very stressful and tumultuous relationship. Despite having numerous common battles to fight against, like poverty, illiteracy and obtuse development etc; these issues have failed to bring the two neighbours work cooperatively and amicably with each other. But the pandemic might change that equation. Both these countries have suffered irreparable damage on the economic front as well as decades of developmental initiates have been undone. It is now important to bury the hatchet, and venture for a co-operative and amicable relationship with each other, to battle the common evils. On the same line of thought, GCTC had organised a conference analysing the change of Indo- Pak relationship, in the post covid world, on 25th April, 2020. The conference has been graced by eminent speakers like:Mr. TCA Raghavan IFS (retd.), Mr. Ashraf Jahengir Qazi, (Diplomat, Pakistan), Ms. Suhasini Haider, Lt. Gen. Rakesh Sharma, Lt. Gen. Syed Ata Hasnain, Lt. Gen. Mohammad Asad Durani (Pakistan), and Mr. Qamar Cheema.