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Cross-border issues to figure in Indo-Bangla talks

By The Assam Tribune
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DHAKA, Nov 16 - Senior officials of Bangladesh and Indian Home ministries today reviewed internal security and cross-border issues and set the agenda of tomorrow�s Home Secretary-level talks, which comes days after deportation of wanted ULFA leader Anup Chetia from Dhaka.

�The JWG (Joint Working Group)-level meeting was held today to set the agenda of tomorrow�s Home Secretary-level talks,� a Bangladesh Home Ministry spokesman told this news agency.

He did not provide the details of the JWG meeting, but said a news briefing was expected following the talks between Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi and his Bangladeshi counterpart Mohammad Mozammel Haque Khan.

Joint Secretary MA Ganapathy led a 12-member Indian delegation, while additional secretary AHM Rahmatul Munim led a 15-member Bangladeshi delegation. � PTI

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Cross-border issues to figure in Indo-Bangla talks

DHAKA, Nov 16 - Senior officials of Bangladesh and Indian Home ministries today reviewed internal security and cross-border issues and set the agenda of tomorrow�s Home Secretary-level talks, which comes days after deportation of wanted ULFA leader Anup Chetia from Dhaka.

�The JWG (Joint Working Group)-level meeting was held today to set the agenda of tomorrow�s Home Secretary-level talks,� a Bangladesh Home Ministry spokesman told this news agency.

He did not provide the details of the JWG meeting, but said a news briefing was expected following the talks between Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi and his Bangladeshi counterpart Mohammad Mozammel Haque Khan.

Joint Secretary MA Ganapathy led a 12-member Indian delegation, while additional secretary AHM Rahmatul Munim led a 15-member Bangladeshi delegation. � PTI

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