ISLAMABAD - Pak-India commerce secretaries-level talks will start tomorrow (Wednesday) here in which Islamabad and New Delhi would negotiate for removing non-tariff barriers of bilateral trade. The talks would remain continue for two days (April 27 and 28). Sources in Commerce Ministry informed The Nation that Pakistan had completed its homework for the important meeting with India with consultation of all stakeholders. The sources believed that Islamabad would ask New Delhi to withdraw its resistance on the proposed European Unions concession offered for Pakistan after the unprecedented floods in the country last year 2010.