Aftermath

India May Form Anti-Terror Agency

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is seeking to form a new anti-terror governmental agency and push anti-terror legislation in the wake of the devastating three-day attacks in Mumbai that killed 195. Though India's home minister resigned citing a “moral responsibility,” questions are being raised about intelligence failures leading up to the siege and the authorities’ slow response. As protests against the governments response started in Mumbai, Singh held a cross-party meeting in Delhi about ways to increase security in the country.