India is expected to reply to Pakistan's questions on Mumbai attacks this week, giving further information about the terror strikes with the hope that it would be used by Islamabad to bring perpetrators to justice.
The replies to the 30 questions asked by Pakistan are ready and are expected to be handed over to Islamabad this week, sources said on Tuesday but did not give details.
Pakistan, in response to the Indian dossier of evidence given on January 5, had posed 30 questions on February 12.
In its questionnaire, Pakistan had sought fingerprints and DNA profiles of all the 10 terrorists who carried out the attacks.
Islamabad had also sought post-mortem reports of the nine killed terrorists and their detailed description and information as provided by Kasab.
Pakistan had requested for "authenticated copy" of the confessional statement of lone captured terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab as recorded by judicial authorities and "other documentation/diaries recovered from his possession".
It had also sought mobile numbers used by Kasab in the past, if he had disclosed these during interrogation.