New Delhi: India and Nepal on Monday decided to
join hands in sharing terror-related information on a real-
time basis, check circulation of fake Indian currency notes
and drugs besides cooperation in police training.
New Delhi will also help Kathmandu in modernising
immigration facilities at the Tribhuvan International Airport
for smooth transit of passengers to and from Nepal.
These decisions were taken at the two-day Home Secretary-
level talks which began here. The Indian delegation was led by
Home Secretary R K Singh while Nepal was led by his
counterpart Sushil Jung Rana, official sources said.
The meeting took stock of the security cooperation
between the two countries and decided that henceforth the Home
Secretary of the either country may telephone his counterpart
to discuss or seek cooperation on any terror-related issues on
a real-time basis.
Kathmandu assured New Delhi that it was working on a pro-
active manner to check the fakes notes which has been a major
concern for India as these often come through the porous Indo-
Both the delegation emphasised on enhanced cooperation
between the border guarding forces to check cross border
crimes, particularly smuggling of drugs, arms and ammunition.
Nepalese police personnel would avail training in Indian
police training institutes and New Delhi will also offer help
to Kathmandu to improve its police training facilities,
India shares a 1,751-km-long border with Nepal from
Uttarakhand to Sikkim.