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India supports our actions: Deuba

Kathmandu March 26. The Nepalese Prime Minister, Sher Bahadur Deuba, today said India had assured him of taking steps to curb the activities of the Maoist rebels on its side to support the Nepalese Government's operations against them.

Speaking in the House of Representativesabout his six-day visit to India Mr. Deuba said India had fully supported the steps taken by the Nepalese Government to control Maoists-sponsored terrorism and had promised that it would not allow its soil to be used against Nepal.

26 Maoists killed

Security forces have shot dead at least 26 Maoists in Nepal and recovered four bodies even as the rebels attacked Government offices and burnt vehicles since yesterday in continuing violence in the kingdom.

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