ISLAMABAD Pakistans High Commissioner to India Shahid Malik has conveyed to the higher authorities of Foreign Office that India is still hesitating to resume the composite dialogue and wants Pakistan to discuss only the issues of Balochistan and Kashmir during the expected secretary-level talks with India, TheNation has leant reliably. Sources on Tuesday quoted Pakistans High Commissioner to India Shahid Malik as saying Pakistan needs to convey to India that it will never accept any proposal other than resumption of the process of composite dialogue that was halted between the two neighbouring countries following Mumbai attack. An inter-departmental meeting of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been scheduled for todaywhere Shahid Malik is going to brief higher authorities including Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir and others about Indias reluctance with regard to the resumption of the composite bilateral talks. After the inter-departmental meeting, Ministry of Foreign Affairs will decide course and contents of bilateral talks between the two arch rivals, it is further learnt. Agencies add: Diplomatic sources told Online that senior officials belonging to Interior as well as Defence Ministries, ISI and other ministries would attend the meeting. Sources told that Pakistan is stressing that the talks should not be limited to terrorism, rather these should lead to resumption of composite dialogue process and both countries should hold talks on Kashmir, Siachen, Water, Sir Creek and other core issues. Monitoring Desk adds: Indias offer for talks, conveyed by Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao last month, was the subject of in-house consultations at the Foreign Office. India has offered February 18 and 25 as possible dates for a meeting of the Foreign Secretaries.