Plan to curb terror, boost maritime security likely at NSA Summit

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India will push for a joint action plan to counter terrorism, de-radicalise potential recruits, and enhance maritime security in the Bay of Bengal region when it hosts on Tuesday the first meeting of the national security advisers (NSA) to the seven BIMSTEC countries.

The BIMSTEC is a crucial regional platform in India’s strategy for ending cross-border extremism as the SAARC, the South Asian grouping, has failed to achieve its security goals because of Pakistan’s ambivalence in app ..

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