Mumbai, India (AP) Even as they make new demands of the government in neighboring Pakistan, Indian officials are choosing their words carefully in an effort to avoid triggering a troop build-up along the border of the two less-than-friendly countries.
The lone surviving gunman from last week's deadly attacks in Mumbai is quoted as saying he trained at a militant camp in Pakistan. But an Indian new agency reports that India's Foreign Minister says a military response isn't even being talked about.
When asked what India will do, he said “only time will tell.”
Meanwhile his Pakistani counterpart is promising full cooperation, and adds Pakistan has proposed a joint investigation.
India has demanded that Pakistan hand over about 20 suspected terrorists thought to be living in Pakistan.