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Old July 13th, 2009, 11:56 PM
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Mumbai attacks - Dossier game continues - Now Pak hands one over to India

Oh how this game of 'dossiers of evidence' game continues as a cruel joke to all those who were killed in 26/11 Mumbai attacks by the pigs from Pakistan!

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Pakistan hands over fresh dossier on Mumbai attacks

Paris: Pakistan has handed over a fresh dossier on its probe into the Mumbai terror attacks to India, ahead of the meeting between prime minister Manmohan Singh and his Pakistani counterpart Yousuf Raza Gilani on Thursday in Egypt.

The dossier, handed over to the Indian High Commission officials in Islamabad on Saturday, identifies 12 new suspects and gives an update on Pakistan's investigations into the November 26 attacks, informed sources said.

After Singh's disclosure on Saturday that ISI chief has met some officials of the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, speculation has been rife about the powerful spy agency's influence in the process of talks.

The Indian side is unwilling to hazard a guess on whether ISI will be part of the talks, saying it amounts to jumping several steps.

Singh, who arrived here on a two-day visit yesterday to participate in the French National Day celebrations and talks with president Nicolas Sarkozy, will leave for Egypt today to participate in the NAM Summit on whose sidelines he will meet his Pakistani counterpart.

Singh will meet Gilani on Thursday at Hotel Maritim Jolie Ville Golf Resort at Sharm-el Shiekh hoping to get a categoric commitment that the Mumbai terror accused would be quickly brought to justice and Pakistan's soil will not be used for terror acts against India.

The Singh-Gilani meeting will be preceded by talks between foreign secretary Shivshankar Menon and his Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir, who will have the first meeting today and later report to their respective leaders.

Though the Indian side is entering the talks on a note of caution, it is not pre-judging Pakistan's intention. The sources said India has taken note of president Asif Ali Zardari's willingness to discuss the issue of terrorism during his talks with Singh in Russia last month.

New Delhi has also acknowledged that Pakistan has taken "some steps" in this direction. "But what they amount to, we have to see," they said.

While India has made it clear that Pakistan should take steps to dismantle terror infrastructure and stop terror acts directed against it, New Delhi feels laying down deadlines, markers for this purpose is not pragmatic.

The Indian side feels it is premature at this stage to speculate on resumption of the peace process, stalled since the Mumbai attacks.

The Indian side is of the view that at this stage it can neither say yes or no to starting the Composite Dialogue with Pakistan.

India is disappointed that eight months have passed since the Mumbai strikes and movement from the Pakistani side in prosecuting the accused is slow and frustrating, the sources said.

The case against one of the principal accused Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the LeT operations commander, has been deferred for the third time till July 18 because a judge has not been appointed, the sources pointed out.

New Delhi has been unhappy over the release of Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, LeT founder and the chief of JuD, following a Lahore High Court order on June 2.

India sees it as a serious issue and is of the strong view that Pakistan is obliged to catch anyone who incites terrorism.

Gilani yesterday took stock of the country's probe into the Mumbai terror attacks ahead of the crucial meeting.

He met interior minister Rehman Malik, who briefed him about the status of the inquiry into the attacks that killed nearly 183 people in November last year.

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Hmmm .... this is so stupid now...

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By: IANS Date: 2009-07-14

India was still studying the dossier on the probe into the Mumbai terror attack handed to it by Pakistan, a senior official travelling with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said here Monday, a day before the foreign secretaries of the two countries are to meet in Egypt.

The dossier was handed by Pakistani internal security minister Rehman Malik to Indian charge d' affaire Manpreet Vora in Islamabad late Saturday, sources disclosed.

But while the Mumbai attacks issue was important, terrorists and terror attacks against India would also be discussed when Indian Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon meets his Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir in the Egyptian town of Sharm-el-Sheikh on the sidelines of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit Tuesday evening, an official said.

This would be followed by a meeting of the two prime ministers Thursday morning - July 16, the last day of the NAM summit. Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani will call on Manmohan Singh for talks that would set the tenor for the future course of India-Pakistan relations.

Declaring that the situation could not be prejudged, officials said Pakistan had taken some steps but "what they amount to is too early to tell".

"Those who are perpetrators or masterminds should be tried for their offences," sources said, adding that it would be a starting point. "With or without a UN resolution, Pakistan was obliged to catch anybody who indulges in terror," they said in a reference to alleged 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Muhammad Saeed who was described as a 'big part' of the terror infrastructure.

Manmohan Singh had told reporters last week that he was hoping for 'renewed affirmation' from Pakistan that it would bring the perpetrators of the Mumbai massacre to justice.

"I am looking forward to meeting Prime Minister Gilani (in Egypt). I hope that out of that meeting renewed affirmation on part of Pakistan that it will bring perpetrators of the Mumbai massacre to justice and that Pakistan's territory will not be used for such activities. If that is done, we are willing to walk more than half the distance," Manmohan Singh had told reporters last week on his way back from the G8 summit in Italy.

The decision that the two foreign secretaries would meet before the leaders was taken when Manmohan Singh met Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg. It was agreed that the foreign secretaries would discuss what Pakistan was doing to prevent terrorism against India and report back to the leaders.

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India studying Mumbai dossier before PM-Gilani talks Thu
itti padai humne exham par nahi ki ... yeh ek log ek doosre ka exam le rahe hai ka
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itti padai humne exham par nahi ki ... yeh ek log ek doosre ka exam le rahe hai ka
It is a quick and dirty way to buy time.
Sala aapna government is no good....with all the evidence all we are doing is sending and receiving dossier...pathetic
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