ISLAMABAD - Pakistan and India have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to control narcotics during the composite dialogue that started here Tuesday. The issues related to terrorism, exchange of civil prisoners and fishermen, drug trafficking and cooperation between Central Bureau of Investigation and Federal Investigation Agency remained focus during the dialogue. Indian Home Secretary Madhukar Gupta and Pakistani counterpart Syed Kamal Shah held first round of the two-day deliberations. Pakistan released 101 Indian prisoners, most of them fishermen, as a goodwill gesture ahead of 5th round of the talks. Officials of Interior Ministry said the secretary-level talks would continue today (Wednesday) and some more issues would come under consideration.