Afghan President Hamid Karzai travelled to India on Sunday for a two-day official visit that was to include talks on the fight against terrorism, his office said. Karzai would also convey a message of "solidarity and condolences of the people of Afghanistan" to the Indian nation in the aftermath of the deadly November attacks in Mumbai. He was due to meet Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and other officials for talks on "the latest situation in the region, fighting against terrorism and enhanced economic cooperation," it said.