"Between the high court and the trial court in Pakistan, there has been no movement at all (on 26/11 case) in a way," Chidambaram said when asked whether, in the light of the judgement, India would call for a speedy hearing of the case in Pakistan.
Sources say the court proceedings would figure prominently at the home secretary-level meeting.
"The communication proposing two sets of dates - March 21-22 and March 28-29 - was discussed last week in the meeting between home secretary GK Pillai and Pakistan interior secretary Chaudhry Qamar Zaman. We are awaiting their response indicating their preference," a source said.
This would be the first structured bilateral secretary-level meeting on counter-terrorism after the recent Indo-Pak decision to resume dialogue.
Besides the progress in the Mumbai terror attacks, the home ministry is also expected to reiterate the demand for voice samples of 26/11 accused.
Last week, home secretary GK Pillai indicated the progress on 26/11 probe will be a key point. "We’ll ask for voice
transcripts even though the trial court has said no. We will ask why they have not gone and appealed. I am sure the high court or the Supreme
Court may have said that the voice transcripts can be given," he said.