Mumbai Train Blasts

  • 7/11 Mumbai blasts: Call records of 4 accused show they weren't at the spot April 27, 2013

    Mumbai: There may be embarrassment for the Maharashtra Anti-Terror Squad in the 7/11 train serial blasts trial. The phone records of four alleged bombers have shown that they were not at the blast site when the bombs were planted. The ATS had arrested five alleged bomb planters in connection with the...
  • 7/11: Call records of accused destroyed, Maha ATS tells HC October 22, 2012

    Mumbai: Maharashtra's Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) probing the 2006 suburban train blasts, filed an affidavit in the Bombay High Court on Monday saying that it had destroyed call data records (CDRs) of all the 13 accused. The affidavit, filed by Sunil Wadke, who was then a police inspector attached to the...
  • Dia Mirza on the angst after Mumbai train blasts June 1, 2011

    Actress Dia Mirza turned Citizen Journalist and spoke about the angst people of Mumbai experienced after the Mumbai train blasts. ...
  • Date with terror: victims recall Mumbai train blasts July 11, 2009

    Mumbai: Seven bomb blasts in eleven trains killed more than 180 people in Mumbai on July 11, 2009. Two years later victims are still picking up the pieces. ...
  • Mumbai cops admit terrorist's confession February 28, 2009

    New Delhi: The Mumbai Police will include the alleged confession of terrorist, who claims to have helped organised the bomb blasts on Mumbai trains in 2006, in a charge sheet against suspects though it first had ignored his statement. The Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) of the Mumbai Police included Sadiq Sheikh’s “confession”...
  • Spirit of Mumbaikars post-7/11 July 12, 2008

    Mumbai: Friday was the second anniversary of 7/11 train blasts, the day that Mumbai would like to forget. But many Mumbaikars like filmmaker Nishikant Kamat says that “one has to fight the fear to lead a normal life again.” Kamat also says that his forthcoming film Mumbai Meri Jaan is...
  • Interpol notice against 7/11 accused May 28, 2007

    New Delhi: Interpol has issued a Red Corner notice against Rahil Abdul Rahman Sheikh, identified as the principal organiser of the July 11 serial bombings last year in Mumbai that left 185 dead and hundreds injured. The Red Corner notice was issued by the Interpol at the instance of the Mumbai...
  • Court orders release of LeT founder October 17, 2006

    Lahore: A Pakistani court on Tuesday ordered the release of the founder of an outlawed Islamist militant group blamed by India for bloody train blasts in Mumbai in July, his lawyer said. Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, former leader and founder of the Lashkar-e-Toiba, was put under house arrest in the city...
  • 7/11 accused sent to police custody October 13, 2006

    New Delhi: Six persons accused of the 7/11 blasts have been sent to police custody till October 26. They were produced befoer the Mazegaon sessions court. In September, after two months of intensive probe into the 7/11 serial blasts in Mumbai's local trains, Central security agencies and Mumbai Police had...
  • India has no proof against us: Pak September 30, 2006

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Saturday termed as "baseless and fabricated" the Mumbai police finding that ISI masterminded the July 11 train blasts and said it was aimed at maligning the country. "It is totally baseless and fabricated allegations," Interior Minister Aftab Ahmed Khan Sherpao told media in Islamabad while reacting to Mumbai...
  • ISI funded 7/11: Mumbai Police October 1, 2006

    Mumbai: The train blasts in Mumbai on July 11 have been solved. The blasts were carried out by a group of Pakistanis and Indians who used RDX packed in pressure cookers. Pakistan’s ISI was the "mastermind" behind the attack and the blasts were carried out by the Lashkar-e-Toeba (LeT) militant...
  • Mumbai train blasts 'almost' solved September 20, 2006

    Mumbai: Maharashtra’s Deputy Chief Minister and Mumbai’s police commissioner on Wednesday said the investigation into the July 11 serial blasts in local trains is almost over. The investigations were at a "concrete stage" and the perpetrators of the crime would be bought to book soon, said Deputy Chief Minister R R...
  • 7/11 accused in police custody September 3, 2006

    Mumbai: Akmal Hashmi, a suspected LeT operative arrested in Jammu and Kashmir last week, was produced in a Mumbai court on Sunday in connection with the investigation relating to the Mumbai serial blasts. Hashmi has been sent to police custody till September 13. One of the key suspects in the 7/11...
  • 7/11 probe team questions LeT man September 2, 2006

    Mumbai: Akmal Hashmi, a suspected Laskhar-e-Toiba (LeT) terrorist, was brought to Mumbai today in connection with the July 11 serial blasts probe, police said. He was arrested in Jammu and Kashmir last week. "Hashmi will be interrogated by an Anti-Terrorism Squad to ascertain whether he is involved in the blasts," said...