Islamabad (Staff Report/Agencies): India has agreed to halt work on disputed Miyar hydroelectric project.

A delegation led by Indian Indus Water Commissioner P.K. Saxena accepted Pakistan's reservation on the disputed project during the second and last day of talks on the Indus Water Commission here on Tuesday.

Pakistan’s Indus Water Commissioner Mirza Asif said that India agreed to review the design for the disputed Lower Kalnai hydroelectric project. "India will create and share a new design of the project," Baig added.

Talks on the second day of the 13th Indo-Pak Indus Water Commission conference concluded on Tuesday afternoon.