ISLAMABAD - Indian Foreign Secretary, Nirupama Rao, will pay a visit to Islamabad for the bilateral talks scheduled for June 24. It is pertinent to mention here that Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir invited his Indian counterpart for a formal visit. AFP adds: India on Friday handed over to Pakistan a new dossier of evidence related to the November 2008 Mumbai attacks, ahead of talks next week between top foreign ministry officials. Indias foreign ministry separately announced a meeting next Thursday between Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao and her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir as the two nations look to build on a recent thaw in relations. Another dossier of evidence related to the attacks known as 26/11 in India, which saw 166 people killed, was handed over on Friday, a Pakistan embassy source in New Delhi told AFP, asking not to be named. They have given us some more documentation this afternoon and we have sent it to Pakistan, the source said. This is additional information about 26/11 and it is huge in volume. India has already handed over several dossiers of evidence linking the attacks to Pakistani militants, but Islamabad says more is needed to convict the alleged masterminds. In Islamabad, foreign ministry spokesman Abdul Basit confirmed the new dossier but said it was a 'response to the dossier we had given to India'.