Pakistan will send a representative of its intelligence agency to India to help investigate the attacks in Mumbai, but not the agency's chief as previously indicated, the office of Pakistan's prime minister said Saturday.
This week, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asked his Pakistani counterpart to send Pakistan's intelligence chief, saying preliminary investigations indicated that the Mumbai gunmen came from Pakistan's largest city, Karachi, according to Pakistani authorities.
Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani agreed to send the intelligence chief, Gilani's office initially said. Two former Pakistan intelligence chiefs told CNN that such an agreement between the nuclear-armed rivals would have been unprecedented. Read full article »