India's intelligence agencies have descended into "civil war" following the Mumbai attacks that killed 188 people and left more than 300 others wounded, and exposed the country's vulnerability to terrorism, analysts and experts said. The country's various security bodies have long refused to communicate and now blame each other for failing to act on information that could have thwarted the terror strikes, they said.A week after the attacks, and amid mounting public anger, reports are emerging that intelligence agencies knew India's financial capital may be targeted by extremists. (AFP)

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