New Delhi: The agenda of Home Secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan, which is scheduled to be held here on March 28-29, will focus on progress in 26/11 trial, cross border movement of terrorists and the menace of fake Indian currency notes.

According to officials sources, though India was not expecting a major breakthrough in the two-day talks, discussions will be held on counter-terrorism including progress in Mumbai terror attacks trial and India's demand for voice samples of the 26/11 accused, flow of fake currency notes from across the
border and status of prisoners like fishermen lodged in each other's jails.

India is likely to ask Pakistan when a team of its officials can visit that country to question the 26/11 accused and the mastermind. New Delhi has in principle agreed to allow a Pakistani commission to travel to India to question the Magistrate who conducted the 26/11 trial and the investigating officer.

Problem of issuing visas to citizens willing to travel across the borders, cooperation in tackling drugs menace and cross border trade will also figure prominently in the
talks.

This will be the first structured bilateral Secretary-level meeting on counter-terrorism after the recent Indo-Pak decision to resume comprehensive talks.

India has been demanding voice samples of prime accused in the 26/11 case LeT terrorist Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and others giving instructions to the 10 terrorists who attacked Mumbai.

A Rawalpindi court is hearing a case against Lakhvi and six of his accomplices, who have been charged with planning and facilitating the 26/11 strikes.

(Agencies)