Ashraf Javed and Maqbool Malik LAHORE/ISLAMABAD A three-member delegation led by Indian Indus Water Commissioner G Auranga Natahn has arrived in Pakistan for water talks, officials said here on Saturday. The delegation landed at Allama Iqbal International Airport on Saturday evening and later left for Karachi, where they would hold discussions on water issues with their Pakistani counterparts. The delegation would inspect different sites and barrages on Indus River. Meanwhile, Pakistan Saturday expressed the hope that the composite dialogue to be resumed between India and Pakistan after more than two years on March 28 in New Delhi would have a fruitful outcome. Both the countries have agreed to hold series of secretary-level meetings ahead of foreign ministers meeting to be held in July this year in order to resolve various issues including core issue of Kashmir through talks. The first meeting in this connection will be held between the Interior Secretary of Pakistan and Home Secretary of India to discuss host of issues including counterterrorism, narcotics control, issuance of visas, and release of prisoners. Pakistani team is going with an open and positive mind to discuss all issues of mutual concerns, a senior government official said, adding the progress in the probe into Mumbai terror attacks would also come under discussion.The sources said that the modalities and timeframe for the visit of proposed judicial commission of Pakistan to Delhi to verify the statement of Ajmal Kasab, the main accused of Mumbai attacks, would also be finalised. Pakistan would also ask India to share progress on Samjhota Express incident and Ajmair Sharif blast, the source said. The focus of the talks would be on terrorism, visa policy, release of prisoners, and anti-narcotics measures and cooperation between the two countries in this regard, the official said. The last visa agreement between the two countries was signed in 1974, which needs to be reviewed. Islamabad proposed the group tourist visa and 90-day visa for businessmen, however, the Indian authorities did not make any progress on these recommendations so far, he said. He further informed that release of civil prisoners and fishermen would be a part of the parleys. Meeting of chief of Anti-Narcotics Forces (ANF-Pakistan) and his Indian counterpart would also be arranged to finalise the measures to curb the menace of drug smuggling. Pakistan believes that the dialogue is the only way forward. We are going with an open heart without having any reservations, he remarked. The official said Secretary Interior Qamar Zaman Chaudhry is a mature, well-educated and well known for his positive behaviour. He hoped that under his leadership the talks between the two countries would lead to further engagements and positive results. DG Federal Investigation Agency, representatives of Ministry of Narcotics Control and Ministry of Foreign Affairs would be a part of the interior secretaries-level talks, he added. This would be followed by talks between commerce and trade secretaries of both countries in the next month in Islamabad while talks between the foreign secretaries and foreign ministers have been scheduled for July in New Delhi.