Wagah Border, Jan 01 (ANI): Outgoing Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan, T. C. A. Raghavan returned home and hoped for better relationship between the nuclear-armed neighbours. Raghavan, who arrived at the Wagah land border after serving over two years as India's envoy in Islamabad, was accorded a ceremonial welcome. His tenure was marked by the revival of dialogue between the two countries and a visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Pakistan. Raghavan was appointed High Commissioner to Pakistan in June 2013 when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif formed the new government in Islamabad. He will be replaced by Gautam Bombawale. Raghavan expressed his best wishes to his colleagues. After months of a freeze, India and Pakistan resumed high-level contacts with a brief conversation between Sharif and Modi at climate change talks in Paris late last month, part of efforts to restart a peace dialogue plagued by militant attacks and long-standing distrust.