There are people in Pakistan too who advocate standing up to India and policies of confrontation under the ‘nuclear overhang’—just like their counterparts in India. The leadership in Pakistan and those involved in Track II are showing maturity and restraint. Pakistan is moving towards political stability and has repeatedly said that it does not want an arms race with India—in fact Pakistan cannot afford such a race. If India has power and confidence then its diplomacy must reassure and create a climate for peace and conflict resolution. Brandishing power or using it for short term gains is not policy—it is folly—and those advocating it are not acting in India’s interests
India is Pakistan's bigger brother. This is a fact that neither Pakistan can deny nor India. So naturally India must accept this and adopt a foreign policy that supports Pakistan and not threatens it. Pakistan being a younger brother must listen to what India has to say and be more willing to accept India's arguments instead of denying and rejecting them without first reasoning with them. India being bigger and stronger can afford to take chances and giving chances to Pakistan, whereas Pakistan being smaller and not as strong as India in conventional and nuclear war capabilities must restrain itself and be more accommodating.
But what is being seen here is that India seems to be acting insecure and Pakistan seems to be more in control here. This can be due to a number of reasons, like India is not as stable a democracy as it portrays to be. We have been seeing lots internal turmoils surfacing within India. Though these are India's internal issues but they are big enough to shake New Delhi. India constant blaming of Pakistan on terrorism issue is also something to be noted. Pakistan is the biggest victim of terrorism at the moment. Pakistan is already fighting Taliban and foreign insurgents on its western border. Pakistan and USA are conducting search and sweep operations all across the Pakistani territory including urban areas. That is why some key Taliban leaders have been caught and / or killed in the last few weeks. So the least India can do is support Pakistan in its fight against terror. Many people (and claimed by Pakistan Government) that Taliban are getting financial and military support from outside sources and India is blamed as the key entity in this. Even Separatist Baluch tribal leaders (from Pakistan's Baluchistan province) have publicly admitted to having links with India's RAW (intelligence agency).
So, like I said, India must act wisely and think in terms of regional stability. By creating problems in Afghanistan and Pakistan, India is inviting trouble for itself... because what goes around, comes around!