LAHORE (APP) - Pakistan Indus Water Commissioner Syed Jamaat Ali Shah said Wednesday that Pakistan had not conceded anything to India during Delhi water talks. Talking to media at Lahore Airport on arrival from Indian capital, he said that India had allayed Pakistans apprehension about the design of Chutak and Uri-II hydro projects being executed by India over Indus and Jhelum rivers in the occupied Kashmir. About these projects India will provide more information to Pakistan within one week, he said, adding in case of Indian failure to do so Pakistan would use its right to go to International arbitration court or engage neutral experts. He said Pakistan has still objections about the design of Nimoo Bazgo hydro power project.