Washington, Nov. 22 -- India has called for "zero-tolerance bereft of double standards" for the world to effectively combat the threat posed by the evolving compact between terrorism and organized crime, and focus specially on developing a common strategy to curb the use of the cyberspace and "greater rigor and transparency" in use of all available tools.

Pakistan was not mentioned, but did not need to be. It has for long hosted Dawood Ibrahim, the underworld don behind the 1993 Mumbai bomb explosions who epitomizes terror-crime nexus.

India has sought the extradition of Ibrahim at the minimum as proof of Pakistan's claims of doing enough to combat terrorism. It hasn't yet. Its terror-crime network, specially to fund terrorism, is under s...