Cricket legend and politician Imran Khan Saturday welcomed the secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan to be held in New Delhi next week but said nothing concrete will come out of them as they are just "photo sessions". "It's good that at least something has started between the two countries. Any dialogue is better than no dialogue. But I don't feel anything concrete will come out of this meeting except photo sessions and feel-good factor," Khan said at a programme in New Delhi. The home secretaries of India and Pakistan are to meet in New Delhi Monday and Tuesday. The officials are expected to discuss the trial in Pakistan of the Mumbai terror attack case and investigations into the Samjhauta blasts.