India will continue to press for extradition of David Headley: Govt
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The US court, however, did not find him guilty in 26/11 terror attack case.
Headley, who "unquestionably contributed" to the Mumbai attack that claimed 166 lives, is set to be sentenced by a Chicago court tonight, with US government seeking a lighter 30-35 year jail term for him as he provided "valuable" information about the militant outfit.