New Delhi, May 24: Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano is visiting India from May 24-27, with stops in Mumbai and New Delhi, where she will meet with Indian officials and representatives of private industry to share best practices to promote homeland security and coordinate counterterrorism and law enforcement cooperation between the two countries to better ensure the safety and security of both the United States and India.  
During her visit in Mumbai, Secretary Napolitano will present a ceremonial wreath at the Police Memorial to commemorate the victims of the 26/11 terrorist attacks on Mumbai. She will meet with government officials, local law enforcement, businesspersons and civil society organizations.
In New Delhi, Secretary Napolitano and Home Minister P. Chidambaram will jointly launch the U.S.-India Homeland Security dialogue—a critical new component of the U.S.–India Strategic Dialogue that will increase communication and information-sharing between the U.S. and India on counterterrorism and other issues that affect our security. The Dialogue will also highlight protecting the global supply chain, combating illicit financing and enhancing cyber security.