Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna says India is not restarting the Composite Dialogue with Pakistan just yet and that the talks between the foreign secretaries of the two countries will only have terror on the agenda. In an exclusive interview to CNN-IBN Deputy Foreign Affairs Editor Suhasini Haidar, Krishna spoke about India trying to re-engage with Pakistan. "The talks that are related at the level of foreign secretary, in order to carry forward the core issue as far as India is concerned about terror and terror driven activities emanating from Pakistan, we thought that it is necessary to engage Pakistan in this very critical area of terror," said Krishna. Krishna made it clear that talks with Pakistan will only focus on terror. "Hence we offered that the talks take place at the level of foreign secretaries. We do not know what issues Pakistan Foreign Secretary is going to raise. The brief for our secretary is that terror is the centre and focus point of talks," said Krishna. "If there is a better suggestion in terms of alternative the government is willing to consider those alternatives. If the Opposition in their wisdom emanating from being out of government can suggest the government is not unwilling to look at them," he added. Krishna also clarified that the composite dialogues between India and Pakistan have been suspended and will not happen anytime soon. "The composite dialogues, they are suspended. Let the nation not be under mistaken inference that composite dialogues are being renewed. Composite dialogues are suspended from the Indian point of view. The issue that we raised remained to be addressed by Pakistan with a degree of seriousness," he said. The Indian External Affairs Minister said that India had given enough evidence to Pakistan on the masterminds of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack. "In the present talks after 14 months, we provided them (Pakistan) with document to carry out further investigations in Pakistan as the crime (Mumbai terror attack) was committed, hatched carried out by Pakistanis. We thought it is necessary that after 14 months what they have done to address our concerns. The terror infrastructure is a threat to India, and to the stability in the region," he added.