2611 ANNIVERSARY

  • Peace march held in Mumbai on eve of 26/11 anniversary November 25, 2012

    Mumbai: A peace march was held in Mumbai to pay tribute to the victims ahead of the fourth anniversary of the 26/11 terror attacks. Prominent among those participated in the march were Union minister of state for HRD Shashi Tharoor, Bollywood actress Mahima Chaudhary and American national Kia Scherr who...
  • Security stepped up in Mumbai ahead of 26/11 anniversary November 25, 2012

    Mumbai: Security has been beefed up across Mumbai on the eve of the fourth anniversary of the 26/11 terror attacks, which comes close on the heels of the hanging of lone caught terrorist Mohammad Ajmal Kasab. "There is no specific threat but we have been alert for (the) past one...
  • 26/11: Politics over inauguration of Ombale statue November 26, 2011

    Mumbai: As the country remembers the victims of the 26/11 terror attacks, politicians fight over who will inaugurate the statue of martyr Tukaram Ombale. The memorial for 26/11 martyr Ombale has become the centre of a tug of war between the Congress and the Shiv Sena. Ombale was the one...
  • India should move beyond 26/11: Pakistan November 27, 2010

    The Mumbai terror attacks have soured relations between India and Pakistan. In spite of India providing numerous documents and evidence to Pakistan about Mumbai attackers and their links to Pakistan, there is still no action. Pakistan has been insisting that India should learn to move beyond 26/11. Pakistan's Ambassador to...
  • First time on TV: 26/11 SOS calls November 26, 2010

    CNNIBN brings you an exclusive report on the panic calls that Mumbaikars made to police during the Mumbai terror attacks. ...
  • Kasab helped us nail Pak, says Chidambaram November 26, 2010

    Mumbai: Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on Friday said that Mumbai attacker Ajmal Amir Kasab's testimony helped India nail Pakistan on 26/11. While paying tribute to the victims and heroes of the 26/11 carnage on its second anniversary in Mumbai, Chidambaram hoped that Pakistan will realise its responsibility and bring...
  • A tribute to Moshe's parents and 26/11 victims November 26, 2010

    Baby Moshe's parents were killed at Chabad House during the 26/11 attack. He was saved by his nanny Sandra Samuel and taken to Israel. ...
  • India regrets Pak's slow progress in 26/11 trial November 26, 2010

    India wrote a diplomatic note to Pak expressing it's disappointment on Islamabad's failure to bring the perpetrators of the attacks to justice. ...
  • After 26/11, still feel unsafe: Kavita Karkare November 26, 2010

    Kavita Karkare, wife of slain chief of Maharashtra Police's ATS Hemant Karkare told CNNIBN that she feel unsafe after her husbands death. ...
  • 26/11 martyr: A father's tribute to son November 26, 2010

    K Unnikrishnan, the father of late NSG commando Major Sandeep, cycled 1600 kms from Delhi to Mumbai to remember his son's ultimate sacrifice. ...
  • Dismantle terror machines: India tells Pak November 26, 2010

    Colombo: India on Friday asked Pakistan to dismantle the terror machine operating on its soil and bring perpetrators of the Mumbai terror attacks to speedy justice as the country marked the second anniversary of the 26/11 attacks. "Once again I call upon Pakistan to dismantle the terror machine operating with...
  • Moshe's family in Mumbai on 26/11 anniversary November 26, 2010

    The grandparents of Baby Moshe who lost his parents Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg in the attack at the Chabad House on 26/11 are in Mumbai. ...
  • India salutes its heroes on 26/11 anniversary November 26, 2010

    New Delhi/Mumbai: Joining the nation in remembering those killed in the Mumbai terror attacks, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday pledged to redouble efforts to bring the perpetrators of the crime to justice. "On this day of remembrance, we salute the courage, unity and the resolve of ordinary Mumbaikars and...
  • Kasab demands fresh trial in 26/11 case November 26, 2010

    Mumbai: As the nation prepares to salute martyrs of the deadly 26/11 carnage, the lone surviving terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab, has demanded a fresh trial in the case. On October 18, the prosecution had opened arguments in favour of death sentence that was awarded to kasab by a special sessions...
  • Bring 26/11 attackers to justice: US tells Pak November 25, 2010

    Washington: US on Thursday said it was Pakistan's "duty and obligation" to bring the perpetrators of the 2008 Mumbai attacks to justice as quickly as possible. Robert Blake, Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs, said the US has always taken LeT, the terror outfit which carried out the 26/11...
  • Linking ISI to 26/11 'preposterous', says Pak November 25, 2010

    Islamabad: Pakistan today said it was "preposterous" to link the ISI to the Mumbai attacks, a day after a US court issued summons to the powerful spy agency's chief and others in connection with the 2008 carnage. Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit said Pakistan was was committed to bringing the...
  • 26/11: India regrets Pak's slow progress November 25, 2010

    New Delhi: Concerned over the "lack of progress" in the Mumbai terror attacks cases in Pakistan, India on Thursday issued a note verbale to Islamabad asking it to fulfill its "obligation and commitment" to bring to justice the perpetrators of the 26/11 carnage. In a stronglyworded diplomatic note, issued on...
  • 26/11: Lashkar strikes, investigators scramble November 15, 2010

    David Coleman Headley seemed like a gregarious, highrolling American businessman when he set up shop in Mumbai in September 2006. He opened the office of an immigration consulting firm. He partied at swank locales such as the ornate Taj Mahal Hotel, a 1903 landmark favored by Westerners and the Indian elite....
  • Nailing the neighbour: 26/11 investigation November 15, 2010

    On a November night two years ago, a young American rabbi and his pregnant wife finished dinner at their home in the megacity of Mumbai. Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg had come to India on a religious mission. They had established India's first outpost of Chabad Lubavitch, the Orthodox Jewish organization, in...
  • Action not words: relatives of 26/11 victims on Obama November 6, 2010

    Relatives of 26/11 victims react to Obama's speech on the terror attack on 26/11. ...
  • Obama meets 26/11 survivors at Taj Hotel November 6, 2010

    Mumbai: US President Barack Obama arrived here on Saturday at the start of a threeday India visit, focussed largely on the American hunt for markets and jobs, and his first halt was iconic Taj hotel which was ravaged by Pakistani terrorists two years ago. Within an hour of landing at the...
  • 'Pak navy frogman trained 26/11 terrorists' July 19, 2010

    New Delhi: A Pakistani navy trainer was involved in training the 10 LashkareTaiba (LeT) terrorists who attacked Mumbai in November 2008, according to revelations by terror operative David Coleman Headley to his Indian interrogators, an official said in New Delhi. Headley's interrogation inputs corroborate what Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving terrorist...
  • LeT planned more strikes in India: Headley July 13, 2010

    New Delhi: The mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks David Coleman Headley has revealed the larger agenda and plans to strike in India. The terror targets include Delhi, Pune, Goa and Pushkar, according to revelations made by Headley to NIA officials. But the most delicate of Headley's revelations is just...
  • Headley's confession exposes Pak's 26/11 guilt July 13, 2010

    New Delhi: PakistaniAmerican David Coleman Headley, who has confessed scouting targets for the 2008 Mumbai terrorist strike, has told Indian investigators Pakistani militant leader Hafeez Saeed was the mastermind behind the attacks in which the ISI played an active and key role. A team of National Investigation Agency (NIA) interrogators...
  • 'Kasab hanging in 2010 if no 'appeal' is filed' May 11, 2010

    New Delhi: Union Home Secretary GK Pillai says the lone terrorist caught alive in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, Ajmal Kasab, can be hanged this year, if he does not petition against the sentencing. Speaking to our National Bureau Chief Bhupendra Chaubey, the Home secretary also made it clear that the...
  • Court may take 8 months to confirm Kasab's penalty May 9, 2010

    New Delhi: If past trends are to go by, the Bombay High Court may take at least 253 days (8 months, 13 days) to confirm the death penalty given to Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone Pakistani gunman captured alive during the 2008 Mumbai terror attack. A study of hundreds...
  • Mumbai attacker gets death, India celebrates May 6, 2010

    At 1340 hrs IST on Thursday the special court of Judge M L Tahaliyani gave the lone Mumbai attacker captured alive, Ajmal Amir Kasab, the death sentence. The judge said there was no chance for reform and Kasab should get the death sentence for his role in 26/11 Mumbai attacks. ...
  • Death for Kasab: implications for India May 6, 2010

    A special court in Mumbai has finally sentenced Ajmal Kasab to death in the 26/11 case. Its a judgment with legal, political and diplomatic implications and we'll try and explore all these dimensions in this special programme. ...
  • Devil's Advocate: Qureshi on Kasab, IndoPak ties May 6, 2010

    Karan Thapar: Hello and welcome to Devil's Advocate. How successful was the IndoPakistan summit in Thimphu and has the conviction of Ajmal Kasab suddendly set back the IndoPak rapprochement. Those are the issues I shall raise in the first postThimphu interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. Foreign Minister,...
  • Death for Kasab, justice for his victims May 6, 2010

    Mumbai: Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab on Thursday got the death sentence for killing scores of people during the Mumbai terror attacks. "Kasab has no chance to reform," said the court while sentencing him to death. Kasab's victims couldnt agree more. "For me, this is not the closure. The closure will...