Terror Dossier

  • PM set for House test on Indo-Pak statement July 29, 2009

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is expected to defend the Indo-Pak joint statement in Parliament on Wednesday. That joint statement signed in Sharm-al-Sheik earlier this month caused a huge controversy with even his own party reportedly not supporting him. In the face of an aggressive opposition at home...
  • We have no interest in Balochistan: India July 25, 2009

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister P Chidambaram has said that Pakistan has given India no proof of its involvement in Balochistan. He said that Pakistan must produce evidence before making such allegations. "We are not involved in Balochistan, we have nothing to do with Pakistan's internal problems in Balochistan. In...
  • No leeway, India gives Pak third dossier on 26/11 May 20, 2009

    New Delhi: India on Wednesday sent a clear message to Pakistan to bring the Mumbai attackers to justice by handing over more information on the November 26-29, 2008 terrorist attack that claimed over 170 lives. The External Affairs Ministry handed over to a diplomat of the Pakistan High Commission additional information...
  • Mumbai Police answer Pak's query on 26/11 March 7, 2009

    Mumbai: Mumbai Police on Saturday submitted answers to Pakistan's 30 questions on the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack dossier to the Centre. All the answers are also a part of the chargesheet that Mumbai Police submitted to the Centre immediately after it was filed on February 25. The chargesheet includes Ajmal Amir...
  • Kasab charged with war against the country February 25, 2009

    New Delhi: The Mumbai Police on Wednesday filed a 11,280-page chargesheet in the 26/11 terror attacks case before metropolitan magistrate MJ Mirza. Special Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam along with officers from the Mumbai crime branch were present in the court room. Nikam said that he did not have the details of...
  • India likely to respond to 26/11 dossier today February 24, 2009

    New Delhi: India is expected to respond to Pakistani action on the Mumbai terror dossier on Tuesday. Speaking to media persons after a high-level meeting, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said, "So far the composite dialogue is concerned, it is paused, and we expect Pakistan to do more in respect of...
  • Voice recordings of terror 'handlers' sought by Pak February 24, 2009

    Islamabad: Pakistan has sought from India voice recordings of the persons identified as 'handlers' by Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone terrorist arrested for the Mumbai attacks, and other technical information to carry forward its probe into the incident. The request for the voice recordings of Abu...
  • Act 'sensibly', give Kasab: Pakistan tells India February 18, 2009

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Wednesday identified Ajmal Amir Kasab as the “prime suspect” for the Mumbai terrorist attacks and formally requested India to hand him to facilitate "successful" prosecution of other accused arrested in this country”. Kasab is the sole surviving gunman of the 10 terrorists who attacked Mumbai on November 26...
  • Banned group LeT leader Gaznavi upset with Pak stand February 13, 2009

    New Delhi: While India and other nations may have welcomed Pakistan's acceptance that ‘a part of the conspiracy’ of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks was hatched in the country, there are certain sections that are unhappy with Pakistan’s stand. The banned terrorist outfit Lashkar-e-Toeba’s leaders have accused Islamabad of having ‘bowed...
  • India replies to Pak 26/11 probe, says unveil full conspiracy February 16, 2009

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee replied to Pakistan’s 26/11 probe during the Budget session in Parliament on Friday. Describing Pakistan's response to India's dossier "a positive development", he said Islamabad should unveil the full conspiracy behind the assaults and asked it to act in a completely transparent and verifiable...
  • India welcomes Pak probe, wants terror camps closed February 13, 2009

    New Delhi: The Government and Opposition parties cautiously welcomed Pakistan's investigation into the Mumbai terror attack, but said on Friday Islamabad still needed to crush all terrorist camps on its soil. The Pakistani government said on Thursday for the first time that last November's attack was launched and partly planned...
  • Pak response on Mumbai attack a positive step: US February 13, 2009

    Washington: Terming as a ‘very positive step’ the response by Pakistan to the Mumbai attack evidence dossier provided by India, the United States on said it shows that Islamabad is ‘serious’ in bringing the perpetrators of the terror strikes to justice. "We have asked Pakistan,...
  • Pak finally admits Mumbai conspiracy hatched on its soil February 13, 2009

    Islamabad: Two months after being in constant denial mode, Pakistan on Thursday finally admitted that "some part of the conspiracy" behind the Mumbai attacks took place on its soil and a case has been registered against nine people including Ajmal Kasab, the lone captured terrorist. After...
  • Pak gives details: The global link in Mumbai terror attack February 13, 2009

    Islamabad: From Italy, Spain and an unnamed Middle East country to US and Russia, the plotters of the Mumbai terror attack tapped local resources including dollar payment transfers and registering internet domain names in a sinister global plan to numb India's financial capital that left 183 persons dead. ...
  • 26/11 probe: Modi vs Chidambaram, Pak gains February 12, 2009

    Pakistan is a country at war with itself, but even as there was more evidence of Pakistan's internal incoherence on Wednesday, there was a war of words in India too over the 26/11 Mumbai attacks probe, when Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi hinted at "there was local involvement in the...
  • Pak wants DNA samples, access to terrorists held February 11, 2009

    New Delhi: Now Islamabad has clutched on tight to a line Gujurat Chief MInister Narendra Modi has been saying - that the Mumbai attacks could not have been carried out without the help of elements in India. According to Dawn News Pakistan is to send a dossier of its own...
  • Direct response sought from Pak on 26/11 dossier February 10, 2009

    On Board a Special Aircraft: India on Monday night asked Pakistan to directly convey its response on the terror dossier instead of doing the talking on the issue through the media or other forum. "The fact is that we have Pakistan saying various things at...
  • Pakistan's defence committee meets to finalise reply February 9, 2009

    Islamabad: Pakistan's defence committee is meeting to finalise their reply to India's terror dossier. Media reports suggest Islamabad will say that 26/11 was planned outside the country. The Pakistani cabinet's defence coordination committee received a report on the Mumbai attacks on Monday amid reports that three people have been held for...
  • 26/11 report soon | Attacks planned in Europe: Pak February 9, 2009

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Sunday said it will examine the findings of its probe into 26/11 that is to be submitted on Monday as the media in pakistan reported that the government will file cases against five Pakistanis, including lone captured terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab, for planning the Mumbai attacks. The...
  • 26/11 report due; Pakistan may file case against 5 February 9, 2009

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Sunday said it will examine the findings of its probe into 26/11 that is to be submitted on Monday as the media in pakistan reported that the government will file cases against five Pakistanis, including lone captured terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab, for planning the Mumbai attacks. The interior...
  • US envoy coming, Pak to publish 26/11 probe findings February 6, 2009

    Islamabad: Pakistan will publish findings of its investigation into November's terror attacks in Mumbai early next week, Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said on Friday. Gilani also said newly appointed US envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke would be visiting Pakistan on Monday. Relations between India and Pakistan have...
  • Chidambaram clears air: Pranab right on terror dossier February 5, 2009

    New Delhi: In reference to the controversy sparked off by National Security Advisor M K Narayanan's interview to CNN-IBN, the Government has once again clarified about the stand the NSA took on Pakistan's response to the 26/11 dossier. Home Minister P Chidambaram says there's no confusion over the issue. Chidambaram has...
  • No haste like India, probe to be public soon: Pak February 4, 2009

    Islamabad: Pakistan today said the findings of its probe into the Mumbai terror attacks will be made public "within days" after all possible angles are thoroughly investigated. "Within days, the Foreign Ministry will completely declare (the findings of Pakistan's probe into the Mumbai incident)," Minister of State for Interior Tasnim Ahmad...
  • Pak's summons its envoy in India to Islamabad February 3, 2009

    Islamabad: Pakistan's High Commissioner to India Shahid Malik arrived in Islambad on Tuesday for consultations to finalise the country's response to the Indian dossier on the Mumbai attacks, which is expected to be handed over this week. Pakistan's response is in its final stage and is being vetted by the foreign...
  • Pakistan has not reverted officially, Pranab maintains February 3, 2009

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday reiterated that India had not received any information officially from Pakistan on the investigations into the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, contradicting National Security Adviser (NSA) M K Narayanan's claim. The NSA had in a television interview (Devil's Advocate on CNN-IBN. Read...
  • Devil's Advocate: NSA on 26/11, Pak dossier February 4, 2009

    Karan Thapar: Hello and welcome to an interview with India's National Security Advisor, MK Narayanan. I will ask him about how India assesses the response of the Pakistani government in the Mumbai terror attacks. Mr Narayanan, let us start with the dossier that the Indian Government gave Pakistan. It's now...
  • Pranab asks Pak to first revert on the terror dossier February 1, 2009

    New Delhi: In a scathing attack on the Pakistan government's attitude towards the 26/11 Mumbai dossier, India on Sunday stressed that it has yet to receive any reply through diplomatic channels, even while offering to share more information with Islamabad if needed. "Pakistan has not given India any information as a...
  • Pak makes it official, says 26/11 not planned in its territory January 30, 2009

    London: In the first official word on the findings of Islamabad's probe into the information dossier provided by India on the Mumbai attacks, a senior Pakistani diplomat has said that his country's territory was not used for planning the operation. "Pakistan's territory was not used so far as we know, so...
  • India to give Kasab's DNA sample to Pakistan January 19, 2009

    New Delhi: India will give Pakistan another set of evidence on the involvement of Pakistani elements in the terrorist attacks in Mumbai. DNA samples and fingerprints of Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab, the only terrorist captured alive for the Mumbai terrorist attacks in November 2008, are likely to be handed over to...
  • Pak blinks but does not give in to India's demands January 11, 2009

    Islamabad: Almost a week after the India gave Pakistan the dossier on the mumbai attacks.. New Delhi is still waiting a response.. “There’s been no reply from Pakistan yet on the dossier on Mumbai terror attacks,” said Minister of State for External Affairs Anand Sharma. But Islamabad says it is working on...