A compromise on the process of addressing the full India-Pakistan agenda and a principle of reciprocity on the Mumbai attacks inquiry seem set to restart the peace process, claimed Hindustan Times on Wednesday. New Delhi also believes the all-powerful Pakistan army is now on board when it comes to the bilateral dialogue. The two sides have effectively agreed to middle paths on a number of the issues that had sunk the last few attempts to relaunch the dialogue. Thus, the two have agreed to sequentially discuss all issues that were part of what used to be the composite dialogue process, including Kashmir, Siachen and terrorism, before Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi visits for talks this year. This bridges the gap between Pakistans demand that all issues be discussed with timetables attached and Indias incremental, step-by-step stance.