NEW DELHI (Agencies) - Pakistan's National Security Advisor Mehmud Ali Durrani and his Indian counterpart M K Narayanan Monday agreed to continue the bilateral dialogue. The officials also consented to prepare a joint strategy against terrorism during their talks here at Hyderabad House. India's top security officials urged their Pakistani counterparts to put a stop to ceasefire violations along the Line of Control. The parleys are aimed at improving bilateral relations. The one-on-one meeting between them was followed by delegation-level talks. Both sides did not disclose anything on the talks, but media reports here said the talks focused on contentious issues facing both the countries, including Kashmir, Chenab water issue and terrorism. The foreign secretaries of the two countries are expected to meet in Islamabad. Durrani is also scheduled to hold meetings with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee and BJP President Rajnath Singh Tuesday (today). He will leave for Pakistan on October 15. An Indian External Affairs Ministry official said the two officials focussed on ways to abide by the ceasefire in Kashmir, put in place a year before the two nuclear weapons-armed rivals launched peace talks in 2004. The Press Trust of India said Narayanan stressed during the closed-door talks with Durrani, who arrived in Delhi on Saturday on his first five-day visit to India as National Security Adviser, ceasefire violations "do not augur well for the ongoing peace process and the composite dialogue process." "The two advisors will meet again Tuesday (today) and we hope to achieve some sort of agreement on the (ceasefire) violations because we insist they must stop," a Ministry official who did not want to be named told AFP. According to India newspaper websites, during the meeting, the Indian NSA conveyed his country's concern to Pakistan over the recent spurt in border ceasefire violations and the attack on its embassy in Kabul, according to a report in The Times of India. Ahead of the talks, Indian Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon said all issues that concern India would be discussed. "We will discuss all the issues that concern us. Naturally, that includes what happened in Kabul, that includes the situation in terms of maintaining the ceasefire. We will do that," he told reporters on the sidelines of a function. India has been perturbed by alleged increasing incidents of cross-LoC firing. New Delhi has also been angry at the suicide attack on its embassy in Kabul on July 7, for which Afghanistan, India and the US have blamed Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh raised this issue with Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani in Colombo on the sidelines of Saarc in August. Gilani had promised to hold an internal inquiry to ascertain whether or not the intelligence agency was involved. "Durrani is an old friend. We have known him before. We know him and he has an interest in Indo-Pak relations for quite some years," Menon said, adding, "let us see what we can take forward". The talks between the NSAs were a follow-up to the meeting between Manmohan and President Asif Ali Zardari in New York last month on the margins of UN General Assembly. "You have seen the joint statement and the determination to do something about these issues that affect us all," Menon said while referring to the outcome of the meeting between Singh and Zardari. On arrival here on Saturday, Pakistan's National Security Advisor had said, "I have an open agenda. Friendship is my agenda." "It is a pleasure being in Delhi. I am coming here after a number of years. I look forward to my meetings in Delhi ... Meeting some old friends," he added. Monitoring Desk adds: The Indian Army on Monday claimed killing a freedom fighter in Rajouri and foiling another bid by the fighters to sneak into the Indian-held Kashmir along the LoC, reports Indian Express. Giving details, a senior Indian Army official alleged that a group of over four fighters entered the Occupied Kashmir across the LoC in Kalsia-Laam forward area of Naushera sub-sector. "Troops guarding the LoC laid a cordon in the area and launched a search operation during which the gunbattle erupted," he said. A fighter was killed in the gunbattle, the official said, adding an AK rifle, four magazines and 110 rounds besides some explosives were recovered. The official claimed, "There is an increase in infiltration attempts from across the border. But alert troops have beaten back these attempts. This shows desperation in freedom fighters leadership in Pakistan to send in more armed people in view of the coming assembly elections."