2008 Mumbai Attack Case


'2008 Mumbai Attack Case' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Lawyers Who Defended Kasab In High Court Yet To Get Their Fees

    Lawyers Who Defended Kasab In High Court Yet To Get Their Fees

    Two lawyers who defended Ajmal Kasab in the 2008 Mumbai attack case on the directions of the Bombay High Court are yetto get their legal fees from the Maharashtra government. While the state government says they have not submitted any bills, the lawyers say that state prosecutors are not supposed to.

  • Ajmal Kasab: The Terrorist Who 'Waged War Against India'

    Ajmal Kasab: The Terrorist Who 'Waged War Against India'

    Nine years ago, on November 26, 10 heavily-armed terrorists sailed into Mumbai from Karachi and ran rampage through the city, killing 166 and wounding over 300. They split into pairs, and spent the next 72 hours targeting the city's landmarks, including Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, the Oberoi Trident, the Taj Hotel, Leopold Cafe, Cama Hospital, a ...

  • Osama bin Laden Followed Kashmir Developments, Headley Trial: Documents

    Osama bin Laden Followed Kashmir Developments, Headley Trial: Documents

    Osama bin Laden closely followed developments in Kashmir and the trial of Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley in the 2008 Mumbai attack case, according to documents seized from a Pakistani compound where the al-Qaeda founder was killed in a US raid in 2011.

  • No Extradition Request For Dawood Ibrahim, Hafiz Saeed: Centre To RTI Query

    No Extradition Request For Dawood Ibrahim, Hafiz Saeed: Centre To RTI Query

    The Ministry of External Affairs has said that it has not received any request so far to extradite 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed and India's most wanted underworld don Dawood Ibrahim from the agencies investigating them.

  • David Headley's Testimony A 'Pack Of Lies', Says Rehman Malik

    David Headley's Testimony A 'Pack Of Lies', Says Rehman Malik

    Accusing India of trying to defame Pakistan by concocting confessions out of David Headley, former interior minister Rehman Malik has termed Pakistani-American terrorist's testimony in the 2008 Mumbai attack case as "a pack of lies".

  • Pakistan Court Rejects Plea To Examine Boat Used By 26/11 Mumbai Attackers

    Pakistan Court Rejects Plea To Examine Boat Used By 26/11 Mumbai Attackers

    The Pakistani anti-terrorism court hearing the 2008 Mumbai attack case has rejected the prosecution's plea to form a commission to examine the boat used by the 10 LeT terrorists to reach the Indian coast.

  • 2008 Mumbai Attack Accused Used Fake Stamps To Attest ID Cards: Pak Witness

    2008 Mumbai Attack Accused Used Fake Stamps To Attest ID Cards: Pak Witness

    Indian national Fahim Ansari, earlier accused of being a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) member and co-conspirator in the 2008 Mumbai attack case, used fake Pakistani official seals to attest his false identity under which he travelled to Pakistan, a government witness told the anti-terrorism court.

  • Some 26/11 Accused Trained at Lashkar-e-Jhangvi's Camp in Sindh: Witness

    Some 26/11 Accused Trained at Lashkar-e-Jhangvi's Camp in Sindh: Witness

    A former Pakistani magistrate today testified in an anti-terrorism court hearing the 2008 Mumbai attack case that he had recorded the statement of an 'important witness' who said some of the accused had undergone training in a terror camp in Sindh province.

  • 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attack Case: Pakistan Court Summons 5 Witnesses on April 22

    26/11 Mumbai Terror Attack Case: Pakistan Court Summons 5 Witnesses on April 22

    Two days after the Islamabad High Court set a two-month deadline for the conclusion of the 2008 Mumbai attack case, an anti-terrorism court today began its process by summoning five witnesses next week for recording their statements in the trial of Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and six other accused.

  • Unnecessary Hype Created on Grant of Bail to Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi: Pakistan

    Unnecessary Hype Created on Grant of Bail to Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi: Pakistan

    Pakistan today said it was vigorously pursuing the 2008 Mumbai attacks case and described as "unfortunate" the "hype" created on the grant of bail to Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, the mastermind of the deadly assault.

  • 26/11 Trial in Pakistan Adjourned Seventh Time in a Row

    26/11 Trial in Pakistan Adjourned Seventh Time in a Row

    For the seventh time in a row, a Pakistani anti-terrorism court trying the seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case adjourned the hearing today till September 3, after the judge went on a summer vacation.

  • Pakistan Lawyers Pursuing Mumbai Attacks Case Demand Enhanced Security

    Pakistan Lawyers Pursuing Mumbai Attacks Case Demand Enhanced Security

    Prosecution lawyers on Wednesday asked the Pakistani Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) trying the seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case to beef up their security saying that the Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) activists had been threatening them and the witnesses.

  • 26/11 case: Pakistan asks India to allow lawyers to quiz key witnesses

    Pakistani authorities have sent two requests to India to allow defence lawyers to cross-examine key witnesses in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case, saying any failure to do so could allow the accused in the country to go scot-free. In a message sent to Indian authorities through diplomatic channels on July 20, the Federal Investigation Agency asked tha...

'2008 Mumbai Attack Case' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Lawyers Who Defended Kasab In High Court Yet To Get Their Fees

    Lawyers Who Defended Kasab In High Court Yet To Get Their Fees

    Two lawyers who defended Ajmal Kasab in the 2008 Mumbai attack case on the directions of the Bombay High Court are yetto get their legal fees from the Maharashtra government. While the state government says they have not submitted any bills, the lawyers say that state prosecutors are not supposed to.

  • Ajmal Kasab: The Terrorist Who 'Waged War Against India'

    Ajmal Kasab: The Terrorist Who 'Waged War Against India'

    Nine years ago, on November 26, 10 heavily-armed terrorists sailed into Mumbai from Karachi and ran rampage through the city, killing 166 and wounding over 300. They split into pairs, and spent the next 72 hours targeting the city's landmarks, including Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, the Oberoi Trident, the Taj Hotel, Leopold Cafe, Cama Hospital, a ...

  • Osama bin Laden Followed Kashmir Developments, Headley Trial: Documents

    Osama bin Laden Followed Kashmir Developments, Headley Trial: Documents

    Osama bin Laden closely followed developments in Kashmir and the trial of Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley in the 2008 Mumbai attack case, according to documents seized from a Pakistani compound where the al-Qaeda founder was killed in a US raid in 2011.

  • No Extradition Request For Dawood Ibrahim, Hafiz Saeed: Centre To RTI Query

    No Extradition Request For Dawood Ibrahim, Hafiz Saeed: Centre To RTI Query

    The Ministry of External Affairs has said that it has not received any request so far to extradite 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed and India's most wanted underworld don Dawood Ibrahim from the agencies investigating them.

  • David Headley's Testimony A 'Pack Of Lies', Says Rehman Malik

    David Headley's Testimony A 'Pack Of Lies', Says Rehman Malik

    Accusing India of trying to defame Pakistan by concocting confessions out of David Headley, former interior minister Rehman Malik has termed Pakistani-American terrorist's testimony in the 2008 Mumbai attack case as "a pack of lies".

  • Pakistan Court Rejects Plea To Examine Boat Used By 26/11 Mumbai Attackers

    Pakistan Court Rejects Plea To Examine Boat Used By 26/11 Mumbai Attackers

    The Pakistani anti-terrorism court hearing the 2008 Mumbai attack case has rejected the prosecution's plea to form a commission to examine the boat used by the 10 LeT terrorists to reach the Indian coast.

  • 2008 Mumbai Attack Accused Used Fake Stamps To Attest ID Cards: Pak Witness

    2008 Mumbai Attack Accused Used Fake Stamps To Attest ID Cards: Pak Witness

    Indian national Fahim Ansari, earlier accused of being a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) member and co-conspirator in the 2008 Mumbai attack case, used fake Pakistani official seals to attest his false identity under which he travelled to Pakistan, a government witness told the anti-terrorism court.

  • Some 26/11 Accused Trained at Lashkar-e-Jhangvi's Camp in Sindh: Witness

    Some 26/11 Accused Trained at Lashkar-e-Jhangvi's Camp in Sindh: Witness

    A former Pakistani magistrate today testified in an anti-terrorism court hearing the 2008 Mumbai attack case that he had recorded the statement of an 'important witness' who said some of the accused had undergone training in a terror camp in Sindh province.

  • 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attack Case: Pakistan Court Summons 5 Witnesses on April 22

    26/11 Mumbai Terror Attack Case: Pakistan Court Summons 5 Witnesses on April 22

    Two days after the Islamabad High Court set a two-month deadline for the conclusion of the 2008 Mumbai attack case, an anti-terrorism court today began its process by summoning five witnesses next week for recording their statements in the trial of Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and six other accused.

  • Unnecessary Hype Created on Grant of Bail to Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi: Pakistan

    Unnecessary Hype Created on Grant of Bail to Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi: Pakistan

    Pakistan today said it was vigorously pursuing the 2008 Mumbai attacks case and described as "unfortunate" the "hype" created on the grant of bail to Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, the mastermind of the deadly assault.

  • 26/11 Trial in Pakistan Adjourned Seventh Time in a Row

    26/11 Trial in Pakistan Adjourned Seventh Time in a Row

    For the seventh time in a row, a Pakistani anti-terrorism court trying the seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case adjourned the hearing today till September 3, after the judge went on a summer vacation.

  • Pakistan Lawyers Pursuing Mumbai Attacks Case Demand Enhanced Security

    Pakistan Lawyers Pursuing Mumbai Attacks Case Demand Enhanced Security

    Prosecution lawyers on Wednesday asked the Pakistani Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) trying the seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case to beef up their security saying that the Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) activists had been threatening them and the witnesses.

  • 26/11 case: Pakistan asks India to allow lawyers to quiz key witnesses

    Pakistani authorities have sent two requests to India to allow defence lawyers to cross-examine key witnesses in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case, saying any failure to do so could allow the accused in the country to go scot-free. In a message sent to Indian authorities through diplomatic channels on July 20, the Federal Investigation Agency asked tha...

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