India and Pakistan (diplomatically) skewer each other over Mumbai attacks

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

The sole surviving gunman of the brutal attacks in Mumbai, India last month is now awaiting trial. Yesterday, India's prime minister turned over some of the state's investigation into those attacks to Pakistan in the hopes of making bilateral commitments to get to the bottom of the attacks. Included in the dossier is a description of the attacks as so sophisticated that they must have had help from official Pakistani agencies. Nazes Afroz, the BBC's South Asia editor, joins The Takeaway to discuss the ongoing situation.

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Nazes Afroz

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