Delhi Serial Blasts

  • 2008 blasts: Suspected IM operative sent to police custody till June 2 May 28, 2014

    New Delhi: Suspected Indian Mujahideen (IM) operative Faizan Ahmed Sultan, who was arrested early this month after being deported from Sharjah, was today remanded in police custody till June 2 by a court here in connection with a 2008 Delhi serial blasts case. Additional Sessions Judge Daya Prakash sent Sultan to police...
  • 2008 Delhi serial blasts: Court dismisses bail plea of Yasin Bhatkal, aide March 20, 2014

    Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his aide Asadullah Akhtar were on Thursday denied bail by a Delhi court in connection with a September 2008 Delhi serial blasts case. Additional Sessions Judge Daya Prakash dismissed the bail plea of both the accused while allowing the application of special cell of...
  • Batla House case: Prosecution seeks death for Shahzad, order on Tuesday July 29, 2013

    New Delhi: A Delhi court on Monday reserved the order on the quantum of death sentence in the Batla House encounter for Tuesday afternoon. The court had convicted alleged Indian Mujahideen operative Shahzad Ahmed of murder and attempt to murder charges. The prosecution has demanded death sentence for alleged Indian...
  • Was the Batla House encounter genuine or staged? Court verdict today July 25, 2013

    New Delhi: A Delhi court will on Thursday deliver its verdict on whether the 2008 Batla House encounter was genuine or staged. The court will decide on whether police inspector MC Sharma was killed by alleged India Mujahideen operatives. Two suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorists and inspector Sharma were killed in...
  • Caretaker of 'terrorists' hideout flat gets bail November 3, 2008

    New Delhi: A court on Monday granted bail to the caretaker of a flat in where two suspected terrorists were killed in a police encounter last month. Abdul Rehman, the alleged caretaker of L-18 flat in Batla House colony near Jamia Nagar, was arrested on September 21 for alleged forgery and...
  • A dark Diwali for Delhi's blast-stricken Gaffar market October 27, 2008

    New Delhi: There are no celebrations this festive season in gali (bylane) number 42 of Delhi's Gaffar market that suffered maximum devastation during the September 13 serial blasts. Families of the area lost as many as 10 people on that fateful day. But people of the area are clinging to...
  • Alleged IM terrorist wants to help nab others October 27, 2008

    Mumbai: Mansoor Peerbhoy, who allegedly wrote the terror mails ahead of serial blasts in various parts of the country, has expressed his willingness to become an approver and help the investigating agencies. Peerbhoy, a software engineer arrested for his links with terror group Indian Mujahideen, filed an application before a MCOCA...
  • The profile of a white-collared alleged terrorist October 27, 2008

    Pune: Mohammed Asgar Mansoor Peerbhoy would never strike as a radical, jehadi terrorist to anyone who met him in the day-to-day life. He is like any successful, white collared gentleman one could meet anyplace. The 31-year-old software engineer employed with Yahoo! had everything going for him, till he allegedly got into...
  • Two suspected Indian Mujahideen men held in K'taka October 18, 2008

    New Delhi: The Karnataka Police have arrested two persons suspected of being involved with the serial blasts across the country. Some explosive material has also been seized. The two men arrested have been identified as Rafique and Fakeer Ahmed alias Fakeer Bawa. They are believed to have links with the Indian...
  • Cong not in favour of PM-BJP unity: Khurshid September 20, 2008

    With terror dominating the national agenda in the aftermath of the Delhi serial blasts, there has been a growing public demand for a national consensus on combating terrorist activities. Appearing on CNN-IBN's Weekend Edition, Congress leader Salman KKhursheed went to the extent of saying that it was his party that...
  • Well begun, now fight terror to the finish September 20, 2008

    New Delhi: Almost a week after the serial bombs ripped through the national capital, killing 24 people, the Delhi police killed two people who they say were responsible for these blasts. They arrested a third alleged terrorist. Two others escaped and one of them is in custody after engaging the...
  • Patil survives the axe as Govt rallies behind him September 18, 2008

    New Delhi: Saturday's serial blasts have spurred the Centre into ramping up security in the Capital. A special meeting of the Union Cabinet on Wednesday saw the Government rallying behind Home Minister Shivraj Patil in the end. The two-hour-long meeting avoided discussion on a new minister of state for internal...
  • Indian Mujahideen e-mail traced | Group strikes at will | Operation B-A-D September 14, 2008

    New Delhi/ Mumbai: Terror outfit Indian Mujahideen has sent an e-mail to media organisations claiming responsibility for the serial bomb blasts in Delhi on Saturday evening. Additional Commissioner of Mumbai Police (ATS) Parambir Singh said the terror mail has been traced to an Internet Protocol (IP) address in the eastern...