2006 Mumbai Blast Convict

'2006 Mumbai Blast Convict' - 7 News Result(s)

  • 2006 Mumbai Train Blasts Report Can't Be Given To Convict: Centre To Court
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday March 24, 2021
    The Centre has told the Delhi High Court that reports submitted by the Maharashtra government on its probe into the 2006 Mumbai train blasts were secret documents and cannot be provided to the man who has been sentenced to death in the case.
  • 2006 Mumbai Blast Convict Asked For Books, Court Seeks Centre's Response
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday September 16, 2019
    The Delhi High Court on Monday sought response of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting on a plea by a convict in the 2006 Mumbai train bombings case seeking copies of certain publications free of cost under the Act.
  • 7/11 Mumbai Train Blasts Case: Court Likely to Pronounce Sentence Today
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday September 30, 2015
    Nine years after a series of bomb blasts in suburban trains rattled Mumbai killing 188 people, a special court in Mumbai is likely to pronounce the quantum of punishment for 12 convicts in the case today.
  • Mumbai Train Blasts: Hang 'Merchants of Death', Says Prosecution
    Mumbai News | Reported by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Surabhi Pandey | Wednesday September 23, 2015
    The prosecution has sought the death penalty for eight of 12 men convicted for the Mumbai train blasts in July 2006 that killed 189 people and left over 800 injured. For the other four, they have sought a life term.
  • Mumbai Trains Blasts Case: Court to Decide Punishment Today
    Cheat Sheet | Reported by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian | Monday September 14, 2015
    Twelve men convicted for the 7/11 serial blasts on Mumbai's local trains in 2006, are expected to be sentenced by a court today. The prosecution has said it will seek the strictest punishment, the death sentence or a life term, for those charged with murder.
  • 2006 Mumbai Train Blasts: Police Chargesheet Details Role of Accused
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday September 14, 2015
    From arranging logistics for carrying out the July 11, 2006 bombings, to conducting recee of suburban trains, the accused had their task cut out to precision, as per the chargesheet filed by the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) on Friday. A MCOCA court convicted 12 accused in the Mumbai train bombings case, nine years after seven RDX bombs ripped through...
  • 12 Convicted for 2006 Mumbai Train Blasts That Killed 189: 10 Developments
    Cheat Sheet | Reported by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian | Monday September 14, 2015
    Twelve of 13 men accused of planting bombs on Mumbai's local trains that killed 189 people nine years ago, have been convicted. The prosecution is expected to seek the death sentence or life in prison for the convicts when they will be sentenced on Monday next. One man has been acquitted.

'2006 Mumbai Blast Convict' - 7 News Result(s)

  • 2006 Mumbai Train Blasts Report Can't Be Given To Convict: Centre To Court
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday March 24, 2021
    The Centre has told the Delhi High Court that reports submitted by the Maharashtra government on its probe into the 2006 Mumbai train blasts were secret documents and cannot be provided to the man who has been sentenced to death in the case.
  • 2006 Mumbai Blast Convict Asked For Books, Court Seeks Centre's Response
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday September 16, 2019
    The Delhi High Court on Monday sought response of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting on a plea by a convict in the 2006 Mumbai train bombings case seeking copies of certain publications free of cost under the Act.
  • 7/11 Mumbai Train Blasts Case: Court Likely to Pronounce Sentence Today
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday September 30, 2015
    Nine years after a series of bomb blasts in suburban trains rattled Mumbai killing 188 people, a special court in Mumbai is likely to pronounce the quantum of punishment for 12 convicts in the case today.
  • Mumbai Train Blasts: Hang 'Merchants of Death', Says Prosecution
    Mumbai News | Reported by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Surabhi Pandey | Wednesday September 23, 2015
    The prosecution has sought the death penalty for eight of 12 men convicted for the Mumbai train blasts in July 2006 that killed 189 people and left over 800 injured. For the other four, they have sought a life term.
  • Mumbai Trains Blasts Case: Court to Decide Punishment Today
    Cheat Sheet | Reported by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian | Monday September 14, 2015
    Twelve men convicted for the 7/11 serial blasts on Mumbai's local trains in 2006, are expected to be sentenced by a court today. The prosecution has said it will seek the strictest punishment, the death sentence or a life term, for those charged with murder.
  • 2006 Mumbai Train Blasts: Police Chargesheet Details Role of Accused
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday September 14, 2015
    From arranging logistics for carrying out the July 11, 2006 bombings, to conducting recee of suburban trains, the accused had their task cut out to precision, as per the chargesheet filed by the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) on Friday. A MCOCA court convicted 12 accused in the Mumbai train bombings case, nine years after seven RDX bombs ripped through...
  • 12 Convicted for 2006 Mumbai Train Blasts That Killed 189: 10 Developments
    Cheat Sheet | Reported by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian | Monday September 14, 2015
    Twelve of 13 men accused of planting bombs on Mumbai's local trains that killed 189 people nine years ago, have been convicted. The prosecution is expected to seek the death sentence or life in prison for the convicts when they will be sentenced on Monday next. One man has been acquitted.
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