ISLAMABAD (Reuters/APP) - Pakistan Wednesday confirmed having received some information material from India regarding investigation into the Mumbai attacks. Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit said Some information material on the attacks in Mumbai was handed over to our High Commission in New Delhi on Wednesday by the Indian Minister for External Affairs. He said arrangements have been made for its receipt in Islamabad. The spokesman said the material will be forwarded to the Ministry of Interior for appropriate action. We are not in a position to comment on the material at this stage, said the spokesman. Meanwhile, India said Wednesday it has given Pakistan new information relating to the November attack on Mumbai, seeking to push investigation into an assault that New Delhi says was carried out by Pakistan-based militants. Pakistan had raised questions in response to a dossier of evidence furnished by India for the attack in which 166 people were killed. Ministry of External Affairs have today handed over to the Pakistani High Commission additional information and details relating to the Mumbai terror attack sought by Pakistan, a foreign ministry statement said. It did not give any details. Local TV said the information included DNA samples of the attackers who New Delhi says were members of the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba group. Nine of the attackers were killed by Indian commandos while a lone gunman was taken alive. A Pakistani foreign ministry official confirmed they had received new information at the High Commission in India but said he did not have details of what it contained as it had not yet been passed on to Islamabad.