Pakistan’s intelligence agency controlled and coordinated the 2008 Mumbai attacks, a top Indian security authorized said, in what is the most direct condemnation yet of Pakistan by India in the strikes that killed 166 people. It was not just a sideline role; the Indian Express newspaper cited G.K. Pillai, India’s home secretary, as saying. They (Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence) were factually controlling and coordinating it from the beginning till the end. Pillai’s remarks come a day before the two countries overseas ministers meet in Islamabad to try and repair relations worsened by the Mumbai attacks. Pillai was not right away accessible for remark.