Energy-hungry India said on Tuesday it was still hoping to import natural gas from Iran through a much-delayed pipeline, but said contentious issues such as pricing must be resolved. The long-stalled 7.5-billion-dollar transnational gas pipeline, dubbed the peace pipeline, was supposed to carry gas from Iran, which has the world's second-richest gas reserves after Russia, to Pakistan and then India. But India has hesitated to join the project because of repeated disputes about prices and transit fees and its volatile relationship with Pakistan. We are making all efforts. The project is not sidelined, junior petroleum and natural gas minister Jitin Prasada told parliament.