Bangladesh and India have agreed to provide consular access to their nationals arrested by either side and swap information about activities of the insurgents. After the two-day 6th home secretary-level talks, which went on until the small hours yesterday in New Delhi, Bangladesh's Home Secretary Sarfaraj Hossain and his Indian counterpart VK Duggal signed off on the minutes of the marathon session of talks covering areas of bilateral security concerns and border management. Both the home secretaries told the press yesterday that the talks were constructive with a positive frame of mind. There is goodwill on both sides and they will have to find ways to exploit it. Relations between the neighbours should be at their best always, they added.