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India 'disappointed' at US immunity for Pakistan's ISI

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India on Wednesday called a declaration that Pakistan's intelligence service and former chiefs enjoy immunity in a case related to the 2008 Mumbai attacks a "serious disappointment". 

An Indian soldier aims his rifle towards the Taj Mahal hotel during the Mumbai attacks on November 29, 2008. India has called a declaration that Pakistan's intelligence service and former chiefs enjoy immunity in a case related to the 2008 Mumbai attacks a "serious disappointment".

The Indian government has long asserted that Pakistan's powerful Inter-Services Intelligence agency was behind the Islamist attacks which left 166 people dead -- an accusation denied by Islamabad.

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