India to discuss cross border militancy with US

India's envoy to US, Nirupama Rao said on Thursday that New Delhi would raise the issue of cross-border militancy at the meeting between Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh and President Barrack Obama in the White House. The issue topped India's agenda for the meeting in the wake of an attack by militants on a police station and an army base camp on Thursday that killed at least nine in Kashmir. India would discuss with US about the activities of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Hafiz Saeed, who had masterminded 2008 Mumbai attack.