Kathmandu, April 26 (IANS) India and Nepal began their four-day bilateral security talks Thursday.
The Nepal-India bilateral consultative groups on security issues began their meeting in Nepali city of Pokhara, 200 km from capital Kathmandu, Xinhua reported.
The Indian delegation, which arrived in Kathmandu earlier Thursday, is led by Akhilesh Mishra, joint secretary in the external affairs ministry, while the Nepalese side is led by Dipak Dhital, joint secretary in the foreign ministry.
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