Rana Trial


'Rana Trial' - 29 News Result(s)

  • Chief judge in Pervez Musharraf treason trial quits bench

    Chief judge in Pervez Musharraf treason trial quits bench

    In a severe blow to the high-profile treason case against Pervez Musharraf, the chief judge conducting the trial today recused himself from the hearing after repeatedly being accused of bias against the former Pakistani military dictator.

  • Pakistan treason court adjourns Pervez Musharraf indictment hearing

    Pakistan treason court adjourns Pervez Musharraf indictment hearing

    Pakistani judges hearing treason charges against Pervez Musharraf on Tuesday adjourned his formal indictment to the end of the week after lawyers for the ex-military ruler said his life was in danger.

  • Reporter's diary: The Tahawwur Rana trial

    Reporter's diary: The Tahawwur Rana trial

    US Federal prosecutors are seeking a sentence of 30 years in prison for Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana. In June 2011, after deliberating for two days, the jury found Rana guilty of providing material support to Pakistani terror group - the Lashkar-e-Taiba in its failed plot to attack a Danish newspaper, for publishing cartoons of the Prophet Muh...

  • US court rejects Rana's plea for fresh trial

    US court rejects Rana's plea for fresh trial

    A US court has rejected the plea of a fresh trial by Pakistan-born Canadian businessman Tahawwur Rana, convicted of aiding terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) which is blamed for the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

  • After Rana verdict, US justifies Headley deal

    After Rana verdict, US justifies Headley deal

    Justifying a controversial plea bargain deal with the Mumbai attacks accused David Headley that spared him from death penalty and extradition to India, a top US attorney has said that not doing the pact would have been a "terrible mistake"."I am convinced that we would have made a terrible mistake if we did not sit down with Headley and get all the...

  • India disappointed with Rana verdict, Modi tweets too

    India disappointed with Rana verdict, Modi tweets too

    The acquittal of Tahawwur Rana in planning the 26/11 attacks is being seen as a setback for India. "We are disappointed," said UK Bandal, India's Secretary for Internal Security. He said the National Investigation Agency (NIA), which is handling the 26/11 case, will gather more information from America. The NIA will also debate filing a chargesheet...

  • Tahawwur Rana acquitted of 26/11 charges, found guilty of helping LeT

    Tahawwur Rana acquitted of 26/11 charges, found guilty of helping LeT

    Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Hussain Rana has been acquitted by a US court on charges of abetting Mumbai terror attacks but was convicted for providing material support to Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and helping a terror plot in Denmark.The 12-member jury announced the verdict at the end of two days of deliberations against 50-year-old Rana, a co-accused ...

  • Jury to resume deliberations on Rana trial verdict on Monday

    Jury to resume deliberations on Rana trial verdict on Monday

    The final deliberations against Tahawwur Hussein Rana, charged with involvement in the Mumbai terror attacks and providing material support to Pakistan-based terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba, will resume on Monday.The jury from diverse ethnic backgrounds started the process on USA vs Rana case yesterday after more than two weeks of trial, in which his ...

  • Tahawwur Rana had no inkling of 26/11 attacks, says his wife

    Tahawwur Rana had no inkling of 26/11 attacks, says his wife

    Jury deliberations in the trial of the Chicago businessman reportedly involved in plotting 26/11 have begun in the federal courthouse in Chicago. Speaking exclusively to NDTV as she awaits a verdict about her husband's guilt or innocence, Mrs. Tahawwur Rana said she has confidence in the US legal system. Mrs. Rana maintains that her husband is inno...

  • Rana, Headley 'playing on the same team', prosecutors say in closing arguments

    Rana, Headley 'playing on the same team', prosecutors say in closing arguments

    Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Rana was involved in the Mumbai attacks and he and his friend David Headley were part of the same team that carried out the terror assault in 2008, a US Federal Attorney told a Chicago court."Evidences flatly contradict the defence argument that Rana was not part of it. Rana and Headley were part of the same team," the a...

  • Mumbai terror trial winds down today

    Mumbai terror trial winds down today

    Closing arguments are expected on Tuesday in the trial of Pakistan-born Canadian businessman Tahawwur Rana who is accused of providing material support to Pakistan based Lashkar-e-Taeba (LeT) for the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.Rana, 50, told US District Judge Harry Leinenweber in Chicago Federal court on Monday that he was waiving his right to test...

  • Tahawuur Rana's trial to resume tomorrow

    Tahawuur Rana's trial to resume tomorrow

    The trial of Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Rana, during which co-accused in the Mumbai attacks David Headley testified that Pakistan's ISI was linked to the 2008 terror strikes, will resume in a court here tomorrow and the jury may come up with a verdict as early as Wednesday.     The trial will resume with testimonies from Rana's...

  • Why Headley is a rare breed among terrorists

    Why Headley is a rare breed among terrorists

    In 2000, David Coleman Headley called a phone number he saw on a recruiting poster in a mosque in Pakistan, and in doing so launched a nearly decade-long career as a terrorist.For the soft-spoken Pakistani-American who admits he helped carry out the deadly 2008 terror rampage in Mumbai, it was simple: "I went to a meeting." Born in Washington,...

  • Headley reveals how Pak handlers used live TV to guide 26/11 attackers

    Headley reveals how Pak handlers used live TV to guide 26/11 attackers

    Watching the 2008 Mumbai carnage live from Pakistan, terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) handlers guided the attackers on phone and even asked them to change tactics to challenge the advancing commandos.The strategy followed during the 60-hour siege of Mumbai emerged during the testimony of 26/11 co-accused David Headley in a Chicago District Court...

  • Headley wrote his will before travelling to India post 26/11

    Apprehending arrest during his India visit after the Mumbai attacks, David Headley wrote a will and emailed it to his friend and co-accused Tahawwur Rana, as to what should be done to his wives and children in the event of his death or arrest."I am travelling and things are so bad these days, I would like to leave a few instructions with you in cas...

'Rana Trial' - 23 Video Result(s)

'Rana Trial' - 29 News Result(s)

  • Chief judge in Pervez Musharraf treason trial quits bench

    Chief judge in Pervez Musharraf treason trial quits bench

    In a severe blow to the high-profile treason case against Pervez Musharraf, the chief judge conducting the trial today recused himself from the hearing after repeatedly being accused of bias against the former Pakistani military dictator.

  • Pakistan treason court adjourns Pervez Musharraf indictment hearing

    Pakistan treason court adjourns Pervez Musharraf indictment hearing

    Pakistani judges hearing treason charges against Pervez Musharraf on Tuesday adjourned his formal indictment to the end of the week after lawyers for the ex-military ruler said his life was in danger.

  • Reporter's diary: The Tahawwur Rana trial

    Reporter's diary: The Tahawwur Rana trial

    US Federal prosecutors are seeking a sentence of 30 years in prison for Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana. In June 2011, after deliberating for two days, the jury found Rana guilty of providing material support to Pakistani terror group - the Lashkar-e-Taiba in its failed plot to attack a Danish newspaper, for publishing cartoons of the Prophet Muh...

  • US court rejects Rana's plea for fresh trial

    US court rejects Rana's plea for fresh trial

    A US court has rejected the plea of a fresh trial by Pakistan-born Canadian businessman Tahawwur Rana, convicted of aiding terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) which is blamed for the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

  • After Rana verdict, US justifies Headley deal

    After Rana verdict, US justifies Headley deal

    Justifying a controversial plea bargain deal with the Mumbai attacks accused David Headley that spared him from death penalty and extradition to India, a top US attorney has said that not doing the pact would have been a "terrible mistake"."I am convinced that we would have made a terrible mistake if we did not sit down with Headley and get all the...

  • India disappointed with Rana verdict, Modi tweets too

    India disappointed with Rana verdict, Modi tweets too

    The acquittal of Tahawwur Rana in planning the 26/11 attacks is being seen as a setback for India. "We are disappointed," said UK Bandal, India's Secretary for Internal Security. He said the National Investigation Agency (NIA), which is handling the 26/11 case, will gather more information from America. The NIA will also debate filing a chargesheet...

  • Tahawwur Rana acquitted of 26/11 charges, found guilty of helping LeT

    Tahawwur Rana acquitted of 26/11 charges, found guilty of helping LeT

    Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Hussain Rana has been acquitted by a US court on charges of abetting Mumbai terror attacks but was convicted for providing material support to Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and helping a terror plot in Denmark.The 12-member jury announced the verdict at the end of two days of deliberations against 50-year-old Rana, a co-accused ...

  • Jury to resume deliberations on Rana trial verdict on Monday

    Jury to resume deliberations on Rana trial verdict on Monday

    The final deliberations against Tahawwur Hussein Rana, charged with involvement in the Mumbai terror attacks and providing material support to Pakistan-based terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba, will resume on Monday.The jury from diverse ethnic backgrounds started the process on USA vs Rana case yesterday after more than two weeks of trial, in which his ...

  • Tahawwur Rana had no inkling of 26/11 attacks, says his wife

    Tahawwur Rana had no inkling of 26/11 attacks, says his wife

    Jury deliberations in the trial of the Chicago businessman reportedly involved in plotting 26/11 have begun in the federal courthouse in Chicago. Speaking exclusively to NDTV as she awaits a verdict about her husband's guilt or innocence, Mrs. Tahawwur Rana said she has confidence in the US legal system. Mrs. Rana maintains that her husband is inno...

  • Rana, Headley 'playing on the same team', prosecutors say in closing arguments

    Rana, Headley 'playing on the same team', prosecutors say in closing arguments

    Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Rana was involved in the Mumbai attacks and he and his friend David Headley were part of the same team that carried out the terror assault in 2008, a US Federal Attorney told a Chicago court."Evidences flatly contradict the defence argument that Rana was not part of it. Rana and Headley were part of the same team," the a...

  • Mumbai terror trial winds down today

    Mumbai terror trial winds down today

    Closing arguments are expected on Tuesday in the trial of Pakistan-born Canadian businessman Tahawwur Rana who is accused of providing material support to Pakistan based Lashkar-e-Taeba (LeT) for the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.Rana, 50, told US District Judge Harry Leinenweber in Chicago Federal court on Monday that he was waiving his right to test...

  • Tahawuur Rana's trial to resume tomorrow

    Tahawuur Rana's trial to resume tomorrow

    The trial of Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Rana, during which co-accused in the Mumbai attacks David Headley testified that Pakistan's ISI was linked to the 2008 terror strikes, will resume in a court here tomorrow and the jury may come up with a verdict as early as Wednesday.     The trial will resume with testimonies from Rana's...

  • Why Headley is a rare breed among terrorists

    Why Headley is a rare breed among terrorists

    In 2000, David Coleman Headley called a phone number he saw on a recruiting poster in a mosque in Pakistan, and in doing so launched a nearly decade-long career as a terrorist.For the soft-spoken Pakistani-American who admits he helped carry out the deadly 2008 terror rampage in Mumbai, it was simple: "I went to a meeting." Born in Washington,...

  • Headley reveals how Pak handlers used live TV to guide 26/11 attackers

    Headley reveals how Pak handlers used live TV to guide 26/11 attackers

    Watching the 2008 Mumbai carnage live from Pakistan, terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) handlers guided the attackers on phone and even asked them to change tactics to challenge the advancing commandos.The strategy followed during the 60-hour siege of Mumbai emerged during the testimony of 26/11 co-accused David Headley in a Chicago District Court...

  • Headley wrote his will before travelling to India post 26/11

    Apprehending arrest during his India visit after the Mumbai attacks, David Headley wrote a will and emailed it to his friend and co-accused Tahawwur Rana, as to what should be done to his wives and children in the event of his death or arrest."I am travelling and things are so bad these days, I would like to leave a few instructions with you in cas...

  • David Coleman Headley: Cold, detached

    David Coleman Headley: Cold, detached

    For hours over the last two days, star witness David Coleman Headley has made some chilling revelations while testifying about his involvement in gruesome terror attacks and assassination plots at the trial of Tahawwur Rana in Chicago. In doing so, the man has seemed markedly emotionless, cold, detached.When he talked about his filming of the Obero...

  • Headley's diary lists telephone numbers of ISI handlers

    Headley's diary lists telephone numbers of ISI handlers

    Clinching evidence of key Mumbai attacks accused David Headley's links with the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and the Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) is provided by his diary which contains telephone numbers of two Major-rank officers of the Pakistani Army besides some others who handled the 26/11 attackers.The hand-written diary, two pages of which were ...

  • 26/11: ISI helped LeT carry out Mumbai attacks, says Headley

    26/11: ISI helped LeT carry out Mumbai attacks, says Headley

    The government's leading witness in a high-profile terrorism trial told jurors here on Monday that the group behind the 2008 attack on Mumbai, India, had ties to Pakistan's intelligence service. In testimony that prosecutors said offered a "rare look" inside a major terrorist plot, David C. Headley said he had trained with the Islamist militant gro...

  • 26/11 case: Headley says he 'disliked India, wanted to fight against Indian troops in Kashmir'

    26/11 case: Headley says he 'disliked India, wanted to fight against Indian troops in Kashmir'

    As the trial of Tahawwur Hussain Rana, accused of helping plan the deadly Mumbai terror strikes, got underway in a court in Chicago on Monday, the prosecution's star witness David Coleman Headley testified, exposing the role of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in the dastardly attacks.Headley, a Pakistani-American who pleaded guilty to ...

  • 26/11 case: Attorneys to give opening statements in Rana trial, focus on ISI links

    26/11 case: Attorneys to give opening statements in Rana trial, focus on ISI links

    The trial of Chicago businessman Tahawwur Hussain Rana accused of helping plan deadly attacks in Mumbai in 2008 is being closely watched worldwide for what testimony might reveal about the global fight against terrorism. Defence attorneys, though, say their case is about just one thing: Betrayal.Opening statements start Monday in the trial of Rana,...

  • 26/11 case: Rana trial today, will it expose ISI links?

    26/11 case: Rana trial today, will it expose ISI links?

    The trial of Tahawwur Rana, co-accused with Pakistani-American David Headley in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, begins today in a Chicago court.Fifty-year-old Rana is accused of providing financial and logistical support to terrorists who carried out the deadly Mumbai terror attack in November, 2008. A 12-member jury will hear the case.Rana is also...

  • Potential juror in Rana case asks for leave to attend Oprah show

    Potential juror in Rana case asks for leave to attend Oprah show

    Talk show queen Oprah Winfrey has unexpectedly found herself in the middle of the 26/11 trial of terror suspect Tahawwur Rana, after one of the jurors requested to be excused to watch her show.The potential juror asked US District Judge Harry Leinenweber that she be excused from jury questioning of the 50-year-old Pakistani-Canadian because she had...

  • 26/11 case: Rana's trial begins in Chicago court

    26/11 case: Rana's trial begins in Chicago court

    Nearly 100 potential jurors filed one-by-one into a federal courtroom on Monday for the first day of a terrorism trial involving a Chicago businessman at the center of a case that could reveal troubling links between a terrorist group blamed for the deadly 2008 Mumbai attacks and Pakistan's largest intelligence agency.Tahawwur Rana, 50, who is accu...

  • 26/11 accused Tahawwur Rana trial: Jury selection begins

    26/11 accused Tahawwur Rana trial: Jury selection begins

    The allegations against Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana are fairly straightforward-- He helped a former boarding school friend serve as a scout for terrorists who carried out the 26/11 rampage that killed more than 160 people in Mumbai.But the implications of Rana's trial, which begins with jury selection on Monday in Chicago, could be enormous. ...

  • Rana's trial likely to begin on November 1

    The trial of Pakistani-Canadian terror suspect Tahawwur Rana, charged with involvement in the Mumbai attacks, is expected to begin on November 1 and go on for a tentative four weeks, with a US district court judge saying the trial process should start "sooner rather than later."During Rana's status hearing, Judge Harry Leinenweber set November 1 as...

  • Rana's trial expected to begin in US on November 1

    The trial of Pakistani-Canadian terror suspect Tahawwur Rana, charged with involvement in the Mumbai attacks, is expected to begin on November 1, with a US district court judge in Chicago saying on Tuesday that the process should start "sooner than later."During Rana's status hearing in the district court, Judge Harry Leinenweber set November 1 as ...

  • 26/11 accused Rana sticks to 'not guilty' plea

    26/11 accused Rana sticks to 'not guilty' plea

    Pakistani-Canadian terror suspect Tahawwur Hussain Rana, charged with conspiring in the Mumbai attacks, will not change his 'not guilty' plea and will go ahead with the trial, his lawyer said on Monday.

  • Chicago: Terror suspect Rana's bail plea rejected

    Chicago: Terror suspect Rana's bail plea rejected

    The court said Rana, if released pending a trial, has the means and know-how to flee the country to avoid a possible 30-year prison term.

  • Tahawwur Rana's visa issued after "due scrutiny"

    Facing criticism for issuing multi-entry visas to suspected terrorists Tahawwur Rana and his wife, the Indian Consulate in Chicago said on Wednesday that the visas were given after "due scrutiny of the available documents."

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