Indian police said they have arrested two men accused of providing mobile phone cards to the gunmen in the Mumbai attacks. Senior police official Javed Shahim said the two men supplied SIM cards to the group of 10 gunmen who attacked Mumbai last week, leaving 171 people dead. He said one of the men is from the Indian portion of Kashmir, and the other is from the state of West Bengal. Indian authorities believe the militant group responsible for the attacks has links to the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir. The men were arrested Friday night. Shahim declined to offer further details Saturday. The arrests were the first known to be linked to the attacks other than the capture of the lone surviving gunman, who is in police custody.