ASTANA (Online) - Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna Wednesday said that India and Pakistan should look forward rather than dwelling on what had already happened. Krishna is on two-day visit of Kazakhstan to attend the six-nation Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) of which India is one of the four observer countries besides Pakistan, Iran and Mongolia. The SCO is celebrating its 10th anniversary and will mull over framing norms for admitting the observer countries as full members. Dwelling on India-Pakistan ties, Krishna said the peace process had to be on the basis of equality and mutual trust and no room would be accepted for terror to be used for hostile activities by various organisations. India, he pointed out, was always concerned about terror being unleashed against her.