Mumbai Terror Suspect's Arrest

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At least 172 people were killed and hundreds more hurt when a team of 10 
terrorists armed with automatic weapons and grenades attacked sites across the 
Indian city last week.

The footage, which was captured on a mobile phone, shows security services 
beating the alleged terrorist before he is taken away.

A senior Indian police officer said Ajmal Qasab later told interrogators he 
belonged to a Pakistani militant group with links to the disputed Himalayan 
region of Kashmir.

Joint Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria said Ajmal Qasab admitted he had been 
trained at a Lashkar-e-Taiba camp in Pakistan.

He is accused of being one of 10 men who paralysed the city in an attack that 
targeted two top luxury hotels, Mumbai's biggest railway station, a Jewish 
centre, and several other sites.

Earlier, an elite Indian commando told Sky News how he was shot by terrorists 
as he searched for survivors at the Taj Mahal Palace hotel.

Lashkar-e-Taiba, long seen as a creation of the Pakistani intelligence service 
to help fight India in disputed Kashmir, was banned in Pakistan in 2002 under 
pressure from the US, a year after Washington and Britain listed it a terrorist 

A senior Indian government official has been reported as saying that all the 
gunmen were from Pakistan.

The bloody attacks have sparked fears of a confrontation between the two 
countries, both of which have nuclear weapons.

There is growing anger in India over the attacks. People have been highly 
critical of their political leaders, saying their bickering and ineptness was 
partly responsible.

It has already led to the resignations of India's home minister Shivraj Patil 
and National Security Advisor M K Narayanan - and now Maharashtra's state chief 
minister Vilasrao Deshmukh has offered to resign.

Meanwhile in the US, outgoing president George W Bush is to send Secretary of 
State Condoleezza Rice to India as a "further demonstration" of US solidarity 
in the wake of the attacks.

"Secretary Rice's visit to India is a further demonstration of the United 
States' commitment to stand in solidarity with the people of India as we all 
work together to hold these extremists accountable," White House spokeswoman 
Dana Perino said.

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