The foreign ministers of Pakistan and India on Thursday opened their first key talks in Islamabad since the 2008 Mumbai attacks derailed a peace process. The talks are the third high-level contact in six months and the foreign ministers' first meeting since 10 gunmen killed 166 people in 60 hours of carnage in India's financial capital two years ago. The agenda is likely to be dominated by Indian concerns about terrorism, violence in India-administered Kashmir, rivalry in Afghanistan and allegations that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) was behind the 2008 attacks. India's S M Krishna and Pakistan's Shah Mehmood Qureshi shook hands and went into talks at the foreign ministry, part of the heavily guarded Red Zone that is home to government and diplomatic missions in the centre of Islamabad.