Pakistan Television (PTV) is keen to make itself visible in India again and is scouting for a partner here as required by the regulatory guidelines of the country. Pakistani channels have been off the air in India for over two years, ostensibly because of dispute over payment of licence fee. However, with the new government in place in Islamabad, Pakistan is making efforts to see that the country's channels are visible here. In this direction, state-run PTV has expressed readiness to end the stand-off over licence fee by agreeing to pay the annual amount of Rs five lakh as per the rules, sources said. It has also started scouting for an Indian partner as required by the regulatory guidelines of this country.