New Delhi: Latest WikiLeaks cables have revealed that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had told  US diplomats that he was having sleepless nights after 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks with fresh threats from Pakistan of similar strikes.

WikiLeaks cables, accessed by a news channel reveal Singh telling US Under-Secretary Nicholas Burns in June 2009 that he was having sleepless nights.

"If he, as PM, was talking peace while Pakistan territory was being used to plan terror attacks against India then he said he will be looking ridiculous in front of the Indian
people," a WikiLeaks cable states.

Burns quoted Singh here as having told him during his visit to India.

Narayanan disagreed PM over Pak

In another WikiLeaks cable dated August 11, 2009, then Indian National Security Advisor M K Narayanan tells US Ambassador to India Timothy J Roemer that he has differences with Prime Minister Singh on how to deal with Pakistan.

"The Prime Minister is a great believer in talks with Islamabad while he himself is not a great believer in Pakistan and is not enamoured by it," Roemer states.

Narayanan told Roemer that he also did not agree with Singh's belief in India having a "shared destiny" with Pakistan.

"I told the Prime Minister that you may be thinking of a shared destiny but I do not think so," Narayanan told Roemer.

Zardari views on PM

The WikiLeaks cables also refer to Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari's views about Prime Minister Singh. These views were expressed to US NSA James Jones on June 30, 2009 in
Islamabad.

"Singh is an excellent economist but I am not convinced that he understand my constraints," Zardari told Jones, in an apparent acceptance of how the Pakistan army held sway over the administration.

(Agencies)