Asif Ali Zardari said there would be "some good news" on Kashmir issue, India said "action is much more important than words." "I would like to watch, action is much more important than words," External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee told a weekly when asked if Zardari at the helm in Pakistan would lead to better ties. Suggesting that there could be forward movement on resolving the Kashmir issue soon, Zardari had said there will be "some good news" before the general elections in India slated for next year. Mukherjee said after the new government took over he had visited Pakistan and held discussions with the leaders. "... there was no dearth of words."  "After that, the ceasefire has been violated, infiltration has increased, the Kabul blasts occurred and the rhetoric has returned," he said.  He noted that India has sent the Pakistani government some concrete proposals on cross border trade to start from October one. "If we get a positive response we will be too happy. Work is more important than words," Mukherjee said.  On Nepal Prime Minister Pushpa Kumar Dahal's remarks on renegotiating the Indo-Nepal Treaty, Mukherjee said "we have already told the earlier government that after you formulate such a proposal we can discuss it."