This is absolutely accurate - in fact the initial operation started even before 'a fortnight'. There is a big fear now in an agency that the intel channel has been exposed - similar to Musharraf recordings during Kargil. Lets wait and see.
This is the curious aspect to me: Is India's intel establishment so maturity-challenged that they would give out real info on intel channels just because some papparrazzi oiseaule provokes them? If so, there is a huge problem. I hope this is not the case - that the Official Secrets Act is taken seriously.
I suspect that the moment the chase started, it was evident to the Pakis that their operation was blown. Were the Pakis out of radio range with their masters? Aren't there satphones these days? What about the "Pak Navy radio" that was claimed recovered - isn't that evidence that they were in contact with TSPN? I don't know why it was necessary to reveal that the "10 lakh vs. 4 lakh" haggling was intercepted - unless that was disinformation.
All the rest is rumor and speculation. Are the CG crew really allowed to talk to media about an operation?