Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh says India will not resume
dialogue with Pakistan, until Islamabad takes action to end
Mr. Singh's remarks to parliament Friday came after opposition
lawmakers demanded he clarify a joint statement issued the day before
with his Pakistani counterpart Yousuf Raza Gilani. The statement said
action on combating terrorism should not be linked to broader peace
The Indian and Pakistani prime ministers met Thursday on the sidelines of a summit of the Non-Aligned Movement in Egypt.
Friday, Mr. Singh assured parliament that India's position that
Pakistan take credible action against terrorists has not changed.
The Indian prime minister added that Pakistan has extended assurances
that it is "doing everything in its power to bring the perpetrators of
the Mumbai attacks to justice."
Mr. Singh said the two countries will also increase information and
communication sharing on terror threats, and cooperate in ending