NEW DELHI (AFP) - No meeting is slated so far between the premiers of India and Pakistan on the margins of a South Asian summit to be held next week in Bhutan, a senior Indian official said Thursday. The answer is no. As of now there is no such meeting, Indian foreign secretary Nirupama Rao told reporters. I dont believe in making forecasts. I would say you should wait and lets see. There has been no request from the Pakistan side as of now, she said. Talks between the two countries have always overshadowed summits of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), which groups eight nations in the region including India and Pakistan.