Indian PM: 'Nobody wants war' after terror attack

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh insisted Tuesday that "nobody wants war" as he tried to calm fears a day after Pakistan sent fighter jets into the skies amid heightened tensions between the two nations. Relations between the longtime, nuclear-armed rivals have been strained since the Mumbai terrorist attacks that killed 164 people last month. India blames terrorists operating from Pakistani soil, and wants Islamabad to crack down; Pakistan says India has not provided proof of Pakistani involvement.