I was there. Most media people did not notice the TV camera and were shamefully sycophantic to the dictator. One prominent editor, who I will not name because he is dead, even said to the General, "Sir, I am such a supporter of yours that in India they call me your man."
I was so revolted by this show of chamchagiri and bogus Indo-Pak bonhomie that I asked Musharraf why we should trust him given that he was the architect of Kargil. He was not pleased.
Prannoy Roy, who was sitting next to me, also asked a difficult question. But the other editors made me ashamed of the behaviour of the Indian media.
Prannoy noticed the camera and asked the Pakistanis if he could have a recording of the breakfast conversations. They said yes and he showed it on NDTV right away. That torpedoed the summit. And in the general furore that followed, the terrible behaviour of some Indian editors was ignored.
In today's world, they would be pilloried on social media.