New Delhi: There are two ways of interpreting Friday’s claim by Pakistani naval chief Noman Bashir that Ajmal Amir Iman ‘Kasab’ – the lone surviving gunman from last November’s terrorist attack on Mumbai – did not use the “sea route” to arrive in India.
The statement is astonishing mostly because it runs totally counter […]
Archive for February 2009
NEW DELHI: Sahil Pavaskar used to leave home early and return late, and appeared to have no friends or family — in other words, leading a colourless life exactly like those of hundreds of thousands of young migrants to Mumbai.
Pavaskar’s neighbours found that the young man, who had rented a one-room tenement at […]
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on Friday hinted that a reply to Pakistan’s queries on India’s dossiers on the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks will be ready by next week.
He, however, did not rule out the possibility of New Delhi seeking more information from Islamabad on the terror strikes. (Full Story)
NEW DELHI: India on Thursday insisted that Pakistan must stay firm on its commitment to prosecute all those responsible for the Mumbai terror attacks in November last year. Asked what India was contemplating now that the charge sheet was filed, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said: “The next course of action is very simple. […]
LONDON: A group of British companies with links in India and the U.K.-based Indian companies on Thursday launched a joint campaign to raise funds for the victims of the Mumbai terror attacks.
The money, to be raised through online auction and donations, will be given to the Bombay Community Public Trust, which is supported by […]
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COLOMBO: India on Thursday urged Pakistan to bring the perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks to justice and initiate credible action to dismantle the terrorism infrastructure for the two countries to get back to normal business.
The message was conveyed here by Foreign Secretary Shiv Shankar Menon to his Pakistani counterpart, Salman Bashir, at the […]
Mumbai: The 11,280-page charge sheet of the 26/11 attacks, filed on Wednesday, invokes a plethora of Acts against 47 accused identified in the case.
The charge sheet, filed before Metropolitan Magistrate M.J. Mirza, invokes Sections 121, 121 (A) and 122 of the Indian Penal Code for waging war against the government of India. Other IPC […]
NEW DELHI: Even as the trial of Mohammad Ajmal Amir begins in a Mumbai court, there is still no word on when — and if — Pakistan intends to initiate criminal proceedings against the Lashkar-e-Taiba commanders who ordered the November carnage in Mumbai.
Last month, Islamabad submitted a 30-point questionnaire to New Delhi, in response […]
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 […]