The Indus Water Commission annual meeting has begun in New Delhi on Sunday to discuss the use of modern technology for sharing river water data, contentious Kishanganga dam project and other water-sharing issues amid Pakistan's demand for compensation for choking of water supply of Chenab river by New Delhi. The Pakistani delegation, led by Indus Water Commissioner Jamaat Ali Shah holding talks with Indian counterpart G Ranganathan. The three-day talks will be the first interaction between India and Pakistan since the Mumbai attacks. The two sides have agreed not to discuss the matter with media during the talks. The media will be briefed about the talks on conclusion of the three-day meeting.