An Indian commuter reads a newspaper inside a suburban train in Mumbai on December 17, 2014, with the the front page news of the attack on an army school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar by armed Taliban terrorists. AFP PHOTO/INDRANIL MUKHERJEE
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Pakistani prosecutors are to appeal against a court decision to grant bail to a man accused of plotting a 2008 militant assault in India's financial capital that killed 166 people and seriously strained ties between the nuclear-armed neighbors.The decision Thursday to grant bail to Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi came two days after Pakistan's worst ever militant attack, the killing by Pakistani Taliban gunmen of 132 children and nine members of staff at a school in the city of Peshawar.The decision to grant bail to Lakhvi comes two months after India and Pakistan were engaged in their worst cross-border violence in more than a decade, in the disputed Kashmir region.Lakhvi was arrested in Pakistan in 2009 and jailed.
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