2008 Mumbai Terror Attacks

  • US to seek 30-years jail for Mumbai terror suspect January 15, 2013

    Chicago: US federal prosecutors are seeking the maximum 30-year sentence for Pakistan-born Tahawwur Rana for providing support to Pakistan-based terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba that staged the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. Although Chicago businessman Rana, a boyhood friend of David Coleman Headley, was acquitted of supporting the Mumbai attacks, he was convicted...
  • 'Pak response to India's 26/11 'wishlist' unsatisfactory' January 6, 2013

    New Delhi: Pakistan's response to India's "wishlist" with regard to those behind the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks is "critical" to "substantive movement" in the bilateral dialogue, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said on Sunday. What Islamabad has done so far about it is "not to our satisfaction", he told Press Trust...
  • Kasab hanging: Victim' families hail 'delayed' justice November 21, 2012

    Mumbai: Nearly four years after the Mumbai terror attack, Ajmal Kasab, the sole surviving Pakistani gunman, was hanged to death at the Yerawada central prison on Wednesday morning. Soon after, reactions from victims' families started pouring in welcoming the execution. Tukaram Omble was the biggest hero of 26/11. The Mumbai...
  • 26/11: Pak court approves plea to send records January 6, 2012

    Islamabad: A Pakistani court has approved a plea to send the records of the trial of seven suspects charged with involvement in the 2008 Mumbai attacks along with a judicial commission that is set to visit India to interview key officials. Anti-terrorism court judge Shahid Rafique accepted the Federal Investigation...
  • 26/11: Pak judicial commission to visit India December 29, 2011

    New Delhi: Pakistan has formally conveyed to India that its nine-member judicial commission will visit India next month to interview key persons linked to the probe into the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. New Delhi was informed on Tuesday that the Pakistan judicial commission will visit India in January 2012 and the...
  • Pak: Petition to declare Kasab, Ansari fugitives January 18, 2011

    Lahore/Islamabad: A Pakistani court on Thursday admitted a petition by prosecutors to declare Ajmal Kasab and Fahim Ansari as "proclaimed offenders" or fugitives in connection with the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. Justice Saghir Ahmed Qadri of the Rawalpindi-based bench of the Lahore High Court directed the registrar's office to fix the...