Mr Deuba, who arrived in Delhi on Wednesday on a four-day visit, has held two rounds of talks with PM Modi.
Asked if the two leaders discussed the Doklam faceoff, S Jaishankar replied in the negative. “No,” he said.
He also maintained that there was no discussion on SAARC and China when asked if the two sides talked about growing Chinese influence in the region.
The Chinese and Indian troops are in a standoff position since June 16 when the Indians stopped the PLA soldiers from constructing a road in the Doklam in the Sikkim sector.
According to sources, later at an event while responding to comments on Nepal-China ties, Mr Deuba maintained that Kathmandu and Beijing share a good equation but maintained that Nepal will not allow its soil to be used for anti-India activities.
On the open border that the two countries share, there was a recognition during the meetings that it should not create security problems and that vigilance needs to be maintained to prevent its misuse, Mr Jaishankar said.
The Indian side also reaffirmed its commitment to train and ensure capability building of security forces in Nepal, he said.