India and Pakistan have agreed to give each other advance notice of ballistic missile tests and to set up a hotline between their coast guard agencies. The agreements came during the first round of talks between Pakistani Foreign Minister Khursheed Kasuri and his visiting counterpart Natwar Singh, who also reviewed the progress so far in their 21-month peace process. They are to meet again on Tuesday. Indian Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran told reporters that progress has been slow on the Kashmir dispute, which he called a "complicated legacy." He urged patience, saying it will take more time to resolve the decades-old issue. He also said the two sides have agreed to revive their Joint Economic Commission after 16 years, and its first meeting will be held on Tuesday.