ISLAMABAD A seven-member delegation of Pakistan headed by Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir will leave for India today to hold secretary-level talks. However, experts have little expectations of these talks, as the two neighbours have different agenda for dialogue on Thursday, with Pakistan insisting on resumption of full-scale talks and the other side cautioning that its focus would be just on terrorism. There were rumours that Indian side had influenced Pakistan to drop representatives of Interior Ministry and Water Department from its delegation scheduled to visit India for talks. However, Foreign Office denied such reports when contacted by this correspondent. Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir will hold talks with his Indian counterpart Nirupama Rao after a lapse of 14 months. The bilateral talks between the two states were stalled after the Mumbai terror attacks in November 2008. Clearly giving the Pakistani perspective, Foreign Office on Tuesday reiterated that focus of the talks would be on Kashmir issue, however, it said Pakistan would be willing to discuss all of the matters confronting the both sides. There were rumours on Tuesday that Pakistan had decided not to approach World Bank regarding Kishan Ganga Dam in return of getting Kashmir dispute included in the agenda of upcoming talks scheduled for February 25. However, Foreign Office did not confirm it when contacted. On the other hand, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said in Beijing that Pakistan wanted all bilateral issues including Kashmir to be discussed. He said much progress would not be made if India restricted the dialogue to a narrow agenda of terrorism. It is pertinent to mention here that Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao invited her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir to New Delhi for talks saying that India was ready to talk on all the issues that Pakistan would raise. In 2004, Pakistan and India began a formal dialogue on a number of key issues including the Kashmir dispute.