ISLAMABAD: The proceedings against five Lashkar-e- Taiba suspects arrested by Pakistan for involvement in the Mumbai terror attacks were adjourned yet again on Saturday for want of a judge, this time to July 4.
Anti-Terror Court 2, to which the case has been assigned, has been without a judge for nearly a month after Sakhi […]
Mumbai: The former Mumbai Police Commissioner, Hasan Gafoor, did not display enough initiative and fell short on vision and leadership qualities in the face of the November 26, 2008 terror strikes in Mumbai, states the Ram Pradhan Committee probe report.
Mr. Gafoor was the Commissioner during 26/11.
However, the government rejected the indictment in its Action […]
Mumbai: The capture of Kashmir, touted as one of the motives behind the November 26 Mumbai terror attacks, finds no mention in the final charges framed in the case. A copy of the charges, framed on May 6, was made available to the media on Wednesday.
The charges proposed by the prosecution against Mohammad Ajmal Amir […]
NEW DELHI: India on Wednesday handed over additional information to Pakistan on the involvement of its citizens in the Mumbai terror attacks. The External Affairs Ministry handed over to a diplomat of the Pakistan High Commission the details sought by Islamabad, official sources confirmed.
The information consisted of the confessional statement of the lone […]
Mumbai: Anjali Waghmare, defence lawyer in the Mumbai terror attacks case, will fight the case for Mohammad Ajmal Amir ‘Kasab’ after the Special Sessions Court here ordered a security cover for her. The court’s decision to provide security to Ms. Waghmare comes a day after a mob of Shiv Sainiks attacked her house and pressured […]
Mumbai: From March 23, the Arthur Road jail, Mumbai, will witness the most famous trial on its premises till date. That day, the special sessions court set up at the jail will convene for the first hearing of the November 26, 2008 Mumbai terror attack case.
Metropolitan magistrate N. Shrimangale gave the order on […]
Mumbai: Thirty-five Pakistani nationals from the terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba are listed as wanted accused in the charge sheet filed by the Mumbai police on Wednesday in the November 26, 2008 attacks case. These include the trainers, people aboard Al-Husseini (the ship which sailed from Karachi carrying the terrorists), those involved in purchasing boats, and […]
Mumbai: The Mumbai police are recording Mohammad Ajmal Amir’s confessional statement under Section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code (pertaining to recording of confessions and statements), in connection with the 26/11 Mumbai terror strikes.
For this purpose and for conducting an identification parade, Ajmal was sent to judicial custody, Joint Commissioner of Police […]
ISLAMABAD: Even as it awaits India’s response to a list of questions on the Mumbai attacks, Pakistan says it is considering a request from New Delhi to send a team of the Federal Investigation Agency in connection with the investigation.
“India has expressed a wish that a team from the FIA should visit India. We […]
ISLAMABAD: The Mumbai attackers set out to sea towards their target from the Thatta coast in Karachi. They used three boats, not one.
The crews of two of the boats have been traced; the shop from which the attackers bought an engine for the inflatable dinghy in which they completed the last leg of their […]