India has called for Pakistan to hand over 40 suspects after the terror attacks that left 171 dead, a move that has raised tensions between the nuclear-armed rivals. However, India's foreign minister said Thursday that war is "not the solution." The list of fugitives includes militants suspected in last month's Mumbai attacks, as well as those who have committed "other crimes" against India in the past, Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee said in his first speech to parliament since the Mumbai siege last month. Fugitives who have committed crimes in India are sheltering in Pakistan, he said. He added that he had told Pakistani leaders, "You arrest them, and hand them over to us." Islamabad said it will arrest anyone proved linked to terror crimes and try them in Pakistani courts. Authorities there have insisted that the government was not tied to the attacks, which they say were carried out by "non-state actors."