NEW DELHI (AFP) India agreed on Friday to release four detained Pakistani nationals on the eve of talks in Islamabad between the interior ministers of the South Asian neighbours, a government statement said. Home Minister P Chidamba-ram as a gesture of goodwill approved the release of the four Pakistani nationals imprisoned in the western Indian state of Gujarat. These prisoners will be repatriated from the Attari border on June 30 and handed over to Pakistan Rangers (border troops), the home ministry said. Pakistan also freed 17 Indian prisoners earlier this week as a goodwill gesture. ahead of a meeting between top foreign ministry officials from the two countries on Thursday.