Cong claims credit for sentencing of 2006 Mumbai train blasts case

Congress on Wednesday said the sentencing of convicts in the 2006 Mumbai train blasts case was the culmination of "pointed, precise and prompt action" by the then Vilasrao Deshmukh government and "strongest and quickest" steps by the former Manmohan Singh dispensation.

7/11 blasts verdict: Better late than never, says commuters

Several suburban railway commuters on Wednesday welcomed the verdict in 2006 Mumbai train blasts case but felt that the punishment for the dastardly act came too late.

2006 Mumbai train blasts: Five sentenced to death, seven get life term

A court on Wednesday sentenced five people to death for a series of blasts that ripped through packed trains in Mumbai in 2006, killing 188 people.

2006 Mumbai train blasts convicts want to be spared the noose; seek leniency

All the 12 convicts in the 2006 Mumbai train bombings case on Monday requested the trial court not to award them death sentence on humanitarian grounds as arguments started on the quantum of punishment for one of the deadliest terror attacks on Indian soil.

Ex-Mumbai police chief welcomes 7/11 blasts case verdict

Former Mumbai Police commissioner AN Roy, who had a role in the investigations into the 2006 Mumbai train blasts case, Friday welcomed the MCOCA court verdict convicting 12 of the 13 accused.

7/11 blast accused withdraws bail plea after IG varsity report

Etheshyam Siddiqui, an accused in the 2006 serial train blasts case, has withdrawn his bail plea before the Bombay High Court.

Can`t provide call records free: Mobile cos to court

Seven coordinated blasts on Mumbai suburban trains on July 11, 2006 killed 188 people and injured 817 others.

2006 Mumbai train blasts: Accused scout for lawyers

With the trial in the 2006 serial train blasts case set to resume from May 24 before a special MCOCA court here, the 13 arrested accused have approached
criminal lawyers to defend themselves.