ISLAMABAD The fate of upcoming secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan may hang in balance following the Pune bomb blast that may provide the Indian government a chance to back out from the upcoming talks. Pakistan on Monday again made it very clear that it would go ahead to participate in the talks with an open mind to make it fruitful in the better interest of the people of region, however, it insisted on resumption of Composite Dialogue once again. Ties between India and Pakistan appear to be warming, though there are still occasional skirmishes on their disputed border in Kashmir over which the South Asian neighbours have fought two wars. Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani openly denounced the blast and indicated his government still wanted the new talks to go ahead. We condemn terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, Gilani told reporters on Monday. It is pertinent to note that Hindu nationalist leaders blamed Pakistan for Pune blast and demanded of the Indian government to call off the talks scheduled for February 25 in New Delhi. According to Indian media reports, the opposition Bharatiya Janta Party suggested India shouldnt restart peace talks until Pakistan stopped allowing terrorists to base themselves there and punished those involved in the Mumbai attacks. The media reports quoting Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna as saying he would wait for the forensic experts report on the bombing before commenting on the opposition demand.