Mumbai Blasts 2011

  • India, Pak identify 8 areas of mutual cooperation September 8, 2012

    India and Pakistan have identified eight areas, including agriculture, education and IT & Telecom for mutually beneficial cooperation. ...
  • 13/7 accused met Osama in 2001: ATS sources February 7, 2012

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Anti Terror Squad (ATS) sources on Tuesday said that July 13, 2011 Mumbai serial blast accused and Indian Mujahideen member Haroon Naik met slain terrorist Osama bin Laden in August 2001 in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. "Naik was part a group of operatives who were addressed by Osama in Bhawalpur," said...
  • Toll in 13/7 Mumbai triple blasts climbs to 27 September 16, 2011

    Mumbai: The toll in the July 13 Mumbai triple blasts climbed to 27 with one more injured succumbing on Thursday evening, an official said. The victim has been identified as Prashant H Joshi, 34, and he breathed his last around 2.50 pm, at Sir JJ Hospital where he was undergoing...
  • Death toll in Mumbai blast rises to 27 September 15, 2011

    Mumbai: A 34yearold man, who had sustained severe burn and head injuries during one of the three blasts in the city on July 13, died on Thursday at a local hospital, taking the death toll to 27. "Prashant Joshi, injured in Zaveri Bazaar blast, died this...
  • Mumbai terror attack: no lessons learnt? September 8, 2011

    Mumbai: Moments after the blast outside the Delhi High Court on Wednesday, Mumbai which has several times been the target of terror the most recent being the serial blasts on July 13 this year went on a high alert. Mumbai Commissioner of Police Arup Patnaik said, "We've tightened...
  • Unidentified persons attack Swamy's house August 7, 2011

    Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy in a telephonic conversation with CNNIBN said Congress is behind the attack....
  • Unidentified persons barge into Swamy's home August 7, 2011

    New Delhi: A small group of unidentified persons attacked the compound of the house of Janata party leader Subramanian Swamy in Nizamuddin East on Sunday, police said. There was no major damage in the incident on Sunday evening, police said. Swamy alleged the persons were "rowdy Congress persons." Swamy was not...
  • Mumbai serial blasts toll rises to 26 July 30, 2011

    Mumbai: Another victim of the July 13 serial blasts in the city succumbed to injuries at a hospital in Mumbai on Satuday, taking the toll in the terror attacks to 26. Chandrakant Wankar, 42, who was undergoing treatment at the Harkisandas Hospital in Mumbai died at 6:20 am, police said....
  • Should Harvard sack Swamy for antiislam comment? July 29, 2011

    On Talking Point Rajdeep Sardesai asks, 'Should Harvard sack Swamy for his antiislam comment?' ...
  • Newsmaker of the day: Subramanian Swamy July 29, 2011

    Subramanian Swamy is the newsmaker of the day for for his inflammatory comments. ...
  • Subramanian Swamy's article invites criticism July 29, 2011

    New Delhi: The National Commission for Minorties is incensed with a hate article by Janata Party chief Subramanian Swamy in a national newspaper. The controversial analysis piece penned days after the Mumbai blasts that prescribes how India should deal with Islamic terror. They are now contemplating legal action against Swamy for...
  • Mumbai blasts: TISS report slams Maha govt July 28, 2011

    Mumbai: Investigations are still on into the July 13 serial blasts which rocked India's business hub Mumbai but more important than that is the posttraumatic care for the victims at this point. However, a report by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) reveals that the government agencies...
  • Fight against terror in Pakistan's interest: Khar July 27, 2011

    Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar in an exclusive interview with CNNIBN says that the fight against terror is in Pakistan's own interest. ...
  • Mumbai blasts: Maha govt faces Opposition fire July 26, 2011

    Mumbai: Maharashtra's CongressNCP government on Tuesday came under fire from the Opposition in the Legislative Council over the July 13 serial bomb blasts in which 24 people were killed. Moving a proposal to hold a debate on the triple blasts, Leader of the Opposition Pandurang Phundkar said the government has once...
  • Nepal Police detain one in Mumbai blasts case July 26, 2011

    New Delhi: The Nepal Police have detained a 40yearold man, Mohammad Zahir, under the suspicion that he was in touch with the Mumbai blasts suspects. He was heard having conversations about the Mumbai blasts and has sent text messages, sources said. The Union Home Ministry has received the input regarding Zahir's detention...
  • 'Home grown terror threat pretty high' July 26, 2011

    New Delhi: Voicing concern over threats posed by indigenous terror groups, Home Minister P Chidambaram has said they are no longer fledgling outfits but are experts in assembling and transporting bombs. The threat from them is pretty high, he said against the backdrop of the July 13 Mumbai blasts in...
  • Mumbai serial blasts: death toll rises to 24 July 25, 2011

    Mumbai: Another victim of the July 13 serial blasts, who was admitted to KEM Hospital in Mumbai, succumbed to his injuries on Monday taking the death toll in the terror attack to 24. Mankeshwar Vishwakarma (48) who was undergoing treatment at KEM Hospital, died early on...
  • 26/11 probe to dominate IndoPak talks July 24, 2011

    New Delhi: There has been no breakthrough in the 13/7 Mumbai serial blasts case. But India is not going to talk about it in the upcoming Foreign Minister level talks with Pakistan. The focus will instead be on 26/11 when the two sides meet this week. Sources have told CNNIBN that...
  • 'Important progress in Mumbai blasts probe' July 21, 2011

    Thimphu: Investigation into the July 13 serial blasts in Mumbai has made "important progress" and the probe was on right track, Union Home Secretary RK Singh said on Thursday. "There is important progress in Mumbai," he told PTI when asked whether there was any breakthrough in the probe into the...
  • Govt sleeps over CCTVs, Mumbai still unsafe July 21, 2011

    New Delhi: No lessons have been learnt after 26/11 terror attack and the recent Mumbai blasts. CNNIBN finds out why is it taking so long for authorities to install CCTVs in Maximum City and why so few people have been trained to monitor India's most attacked city Mumbai. CNNIBN gets details...
  • Mumbai blasts: no headway after a week July 21, 2011

    New Delhi: A week since the serial blasts ripped through India's financial capital Mumbai on July 13, killing 20 people and injuring over a 100 and still no arrests have been made yet The blasts took place at three prime locations in the city Opera House, Zaveri Bazar and...
  • ATS claims 'good' leads from suspect's sketch July 21, 2011

    Mumbai: Claiming it has got "very good" leads from the sketch of the suspect of July 13 serial blasts, Maharashtra AntiTerrorism Squad (ATS) on Wednesday indicated that the suspect hails either from central or northern parts of the country even as the agency has scanned a whopping one lakh phone...
  • Fear still lingers in Opera House diamond market July 20, 2011

    Mumbai: A week after the major blast that tore through Opera House in Mumbai, business and sentiments in this diamond district is badly affected. Traders say they have lost roughly Rs 750 crore in the terror attack. Many shops are still closed, or under repair, and a blanket of fear...
  • Six new recruits may have bombed Mumbai: Police July 19, 2011

    Mumbai: At least six newly recruited terrorists could have been involved in planting explosives at the three sites in Mumbai and two to five kg blast material was used at each of the locations, police said on Tuesday. The bomb planters might have links with Gujarat and West Bengal, officials...
  • Raj Thackeray blames migrants for terror attacks July 19, 2011

    Mumbai: MNS chief Raj Thackeray has once again targeted north Indians, saying that migrant influx is responsible for the rising terror attacks in Mumbai. Coming down heavily on migrants from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, the MNS chief said that it was imperative to monitor people coming to the city from outside. He...
  • Mumbai blasts: Terror's forgotten victims July 18, 2011

    On CNNIBN we discuss how the government is compensating the July 13 Mumbai blasts victims. ...
  • Digvijaya trying to communalise terror fight: BJP July 18, 2011

    New Delhi: Slamming Digvijaya Singh for his antiRSS remarks, the BJP on Monday accused him of "trying to communalise" the fight against terror and alleged that the Congress was using him for diversionary tactics as it was under attack over the Mumbai bombings. "It is very unfortunate that Digvijaya Singh is...
  • Mumbai blasts probe spreads across 10 states July 18, 2011

    Mumbai: Investigations into the July 13 Mumbai blasts have spread to several states in India and are fast becoming an information processing nightmare. It's now a well coordinated but discreet nationwide investigation with information, leads and questioning coming in from 10 different states with the National...
  • PIL seeks CBI probe into Mumbai blasts July 18, 2011

    Mumbai: A Public Interest Litigation was on Monday filed in the Bombay High Court demanding that probe into the July 13 serial Mumbai blasts should be transferred to CBI. At present, AntiTerrorist Squad (ATS) and Mumbai Crime Branch are jointly conducting the probe into bomb blasts...
  • Mumbai blasts: IM operative under investigation July 18, 2011

    Kolkata: Days after three blasts shook Mumbai, killing at least 18 and injuring many others, the investigations have been widened to Kolkata, Bihar and Ajmer. The Kolkata Police detained Indian Mujahideen operative Haroon after specific intelligence input from the Gujarat AntiTerror Squad. Haroon was arrested almost a month back from Howrah...