The United States and India agreed Tuesday to boost counterterrorism
cooperation by expanding intelligence sharing about known or suspected
extremists and terrorist threats.
Speaking after conclusion of the second U.S.-India strategic dialogue in New Delhi, U.S. Secretary of StateJohn Kerryand Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj said the two countries also renewed their commitment to track down and prosecute perpetrators of several terrorist attacks on Indian soil, including the 2008 strike in Mumbai that killed 172 people and a January 2016 attack on the Pathankot Air Force base. India has blamed Pakistan-linked groups for the attacks.