India: Authorities try to find out who is responsible


Monday, December 01, 2008

Sadanand Dhume speaks with John Hockenberry about how India is coming to grip with the attacks.

Dhume thinks the regional repercussions will be the story as we look ahead for the rest of the week, as we find out what kind of proof, if any, India has of Pakistani involvement and what kind of Involvement that is. Depending on what is found out, the fear is that we could be facing a situation in South Asia where you have a very weak government in Pakistan and a teetering government in India amid a passionate exchange of charges and counter charges.


Sadanand Dhume


Noel King and Melissa Locker

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