New Delhi, May 29: India wants Nepal to create an atmosphere of trust before it could go ahead with the foreign secretary level talks.
This is a continuous process and requires constructive and positive efforts, Anurag Srivastava, spokesperson, MEA said. India believes that there has been no lack of engagement between the two countries, he also said.
New Delhi, May 21: A day after Nepal made public its new map, claiming territory under India’s control, the government has hit back saying that the revised official map was a unilateral act and not based on facts.
Anurag Srivastava, spokesperson Ministry of External Affairs said that what Nepal did was contrary to the bilateral understanding to resolve outstanding boundary issues through diplomatic dialogue. Such artificial enlargement of territorial claims will not be accepted by India, he also said.
New Delhi, Nov 07: Nepal has been called as the biggest hub of the Indian Mujahideen. The Indian Mujahideen which has links with Pakistan terror groups is using Nepal as a hub to carry out terror attacks against Indians, the US State Department said in its report.
The Indian Mujahideen is obtaining funds and support from Pakistan sources and has expanded its area of operations in Nepal the report titled Country Report on Terrorism as also said.
New Delhi, Aug 27:The Delhi police have busted an international syndicate that was running a fake currency racket. The officers who busted the racket said that the fake notes were being smuggled in from Pakistan and Nepal.
New Delhi, Nov 7: Two more high commissions of Pakistan have come under the scanner of the Indian agencies. The embassies at both Nepal and Dhaka are being closely watched as the ISI has added more agents in a bid to plot terror attacks against India.
Patna, Oct 6: A special court of the National Investigation Agency has convicted four persons for damaging the monetary stability of India by way of smuggling and circulating fake Indian currency. The quantum of punishment would be pronounced on October 11.
Khurshid Alam, who was killed in Nepal under mysterious circumstances, was one of the top assets of the ISI and Indian Mujahideen. Indian agencies would sure be heaving a sigh of relief with this development after having failed to get him extradited almost two decades back.
New Delhi, Sep 23: An Indian Mujahideen operative was shot dead by unidentified assailants in Nepal. The killing of Khursheed Alam, who was working as a principal of a private school died on the spot after being shot at.