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Explanation: There are certain words, for certain situations. These are stock pharases like I am sorry, my pleasure and no problem. all are spoken keeping a situation in mind.
" no problem. is uttered when some body is almost over thanking, expressing to some one that he has taken so much trouble for him/her.
In this situation the answer is 'no problem' and it should be translated as
' koee baat nahein'meaning it was not a big thing for him/her.
it should sound colloquial, idiomatic,short and easy.
koee baat nahein is the most appropriat eqivalent.