In a Joint Conference with the Home Minister P.Chidambaram the US Secretary of Homeland Security has assured his Indian counterpart that India will be given more access to the terror suspect David-Coleman Headley who pleaded guilty of involving in doing ground work for the 26/11 Mumbai attacks which killed 160 people. Headley is presently under trial in a Chicago court testifying against his co-accused Rana who has claimed that he has been framed in to charges. It is also made known that once the trial is over more access will be given. During the conference both parties also assured each other of increasing co-operation in cyber-security, and fight against illicit financing and narcotics trafficking. This comes in the wake of increasing deterioration of US’ relationship with India’s neighbor Pakistan whose intelligence agencies are also accused of involving in the 26/11 attacks.