Talks uncertain as India says Pakistan must first hunt militants


India called on Pakistan on Thursday to take “prompt and decisive” action against militants it blames for an attack on an air base, days before fraught peace talks between the nuclear-armed neighbors are scheduled to resume.

A meeting between the foreign secretaries of both nations had been tentatively scheduled for Jan. 15, but it is unclear if it will still happen after the weekend attack on the Indian Air Force base near the Pakistan border. India’s foreign ministry said Islamabad has been given actionable intelligence that those who planned the assault came from Pakistan.