A court ruled Thursday on the case of a 2003 double bombing, but the case may continue with appeals. Experts say Indian justice moves so slowly it hampers counterterrorism.
The judge Thursday accepted Kasab's confession. The trial will still continue, with the prosecution saying it will 'expose' the Pakistani group tied to the assault.
The neighboring countries agreed Thursday to work together on terrorism despite stalled peace talks. US secretary of state arrives Friday.
An Indian warship sank a Somali pirate 'mother ship.' At least 91 ships have been hijacked this year off the coast of Somalia.
Pakistani forces allegedly shelled an Indian military post Wednesday, prompting renewed emphasis on peace talks.
Islamic militants claim to be targeting Indian cities to stoke communal tensions.