Pakistan Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir Friday called on External Affairs Minister S M Krishna and discussed bilateral relations. Bashir, who was in New Delhi for talks with his counterpart Nirupama Rao, was with Krishna for about an hour. They are understood to have taken stock of the bilateral relations and reviewed the discussions that were held between the two foreign secretaries yesterday, reported PTI. India has emphasised that it wants to improve relations with Pakistan but for that Islamabad will have to end cross-border terrorism. Meanwhile according to other sources, Pakistan handed over a road map for composite dialogue to India and made it clear that composite dialogue is the only way to resolve issues. Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir said Pakistan is always ready to hold talks with India. Pakistan also proposed a meeting of Foreign Ministers of Pakistan and India prior to SAARC Conference whereas India wants phase-wise progress in the dialogues. As the countries resumed talks after 14-month break caused by the Mumbai attack, India yesterday handed over three dossiers detailing the anti-India terror activities emanating from Pakistan with the expectation that Pakistan will act against it. The dossier contains names of 34 terrorists, including LeT chief Hafiz Saeed, whom Indian wants to be handed over or punished in Pakistan. The Pakistani side has made a strong pitch for resumption of composite dialogue but the Indians fended it off saying the time was not "right" and advocated a graduated step-by-step approach. Bashir was accompanied by Pakistan High Commissioner Shahid Malik.