Islamabad, Oct 25 : India and Pakistan last night exchanged names of terrorists hiding in each other's country, and decided to make the joint anti-terrorism mechanism a continuous process.
A statement issued after a daylong meeting of the mechanism said that information on issues of mutual concern, including the bombing of the Indian embassy in Kabul, was exchanged.
It said that the meeting was held in a positive and constructive atmosphere, and both sides agreed to collectively combat terrorism by exchanging information regarding terror acts in each country.
An Indian official claimed 'sensitive evidence' on involvement of some elements of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), if not that of the agency itself, in the July 7 bombing of the Indian embassy was shared with Pakistan, reported the Daily Times.
While refuting the charge, Pakistan promised to continue an independent investigation into the incident, the paper added.