Hemant Karkare's wife passes away after suffering brain haemorrhage, children agree to donate organs
Hemant Karkare's wife passes away after suffering brain haemorrhage, children agree to donate organs

Kavita Karkare, the widow of former Maharashtra Anti-Terror Squad chief Hemant Karkare, passed away after suffering brain haemorrhage, as per news reports on Monday.

Ved Pratap Vaidik stokes controversy, says he feels like 'spitting on insane MPs'
Ved Pratap Vaidik stokes controversy, says he feels like 'spitting on insane MPs'

Yoga guru Ramdev`s close aide and senior journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik on Sunday has set off a fresh controversy by calling MPs as ‘insane’ who criticised his meeting with 26/11 attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan, adding that he feels like “spitting on the faces of these insane MPs”.

26/11: Nariman House to reopen with memories of Gavriel and Rivka

The wounds are still fresh, the bullet marks are still there but it`s time for a fresh start for Mumbai`s Jewish community. The Chabad House centre in downtown Colaba, better known as Nariman House, will be reopened on Tuesday, nearly six years after the 26/11 tragedy.

India summons Pakistan Dy High Commissioner over 26/11 attacks trial

India on Friday summoned Pakistan Deputy High Commissioner and lodged strong protest against reported adjournment of Mumbai terror attacks trial in Pakistan.

Maharashtra CIC orders judicial probe against top cop Rakesh Maria

In a major embarrassment for Mumbai police chief Rakesh Maria, Maharashtra`s transparency watchdog has recommended a judicial inquiry against him for "withholding and giving misleading" information to the wife of an IPS officer killed during the 26/11 terror attack.

Expeditious 26/11 trial in Pakistan will bridge trust deficit: Govt

India Tuesday said an expeditious and successful conclusion of probe and trial of those involved in the Mumbai terror attacks case in Pakistan would help bridge the trust deficit between the two neighbours.

PMO `directly involved` in Hafiz-Vaidik meeting, alleges Congress

The Congress on Monday tried to corner the government on the meeting of an Indian journalist with terror accused Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan, saying it could not have taken place without the knowledge of authorities and claimed the scribe was "very close to Sangh parivar".

26/11 attacks case: Kasab`s statement submitted in Pak court

The English translation of Ajmal Kasab`s statement was on Wednesday submitted in a Pakistani Anti- Terrorism Court conducting the trial of the seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attack that had claimed 166 lives.

HC rejects Abu Jundal`s plea to appear in courts

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday rejected the plea of Sayyed Zabiuddin Ansari alias Abu Jundal, prime accused in 26/11 Mumbai terror attack case, to quash a Maharashtra Government Resolution (GR) which prohibited him from appearing in the courts as he had threat to his life.

Talks with Pakistan in tandem with delivery on justice in 26/11 strike: Congress

Congress Wednesday said if voted back to power India`s dialogue with Pakistan will be consistent with the "delivery" on accountability for 26/11 Mumbai terror strike and on the dismantling of terror infrastructure in Pakistan.

Arguments on charges against Abu Jundal to begin on April 21

A Delhi court on Monday fixed April 21 for commencement of arguments on framing of charges against Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terrorist Abu Jundal, one of the masterminds of the 26/11 attacks.

Court fixes March 24 for arguments on charge against Abu Jundal

A special NIA court here on Friday fixed March 24 for commencement of arguments on framing of charges against suspected LeT terrorist Abu Jundal, one of the masterminds of the 26/11 attacks.

Maharashtra govt to give class 1,2 jobs to children of 26/11 martyrs

The Maharashtra government has decided to give class 1 and 2 jobs to the children of the martyrs of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

Pak court adjourns Mumbai attacks case till Jan 29

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court hearing the case of seven men, including LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, charged with involvement in the Mumbai attacks has adjourned the hearing till January 29.

`Indian court can hear suit of UK victim of Mumbai attacks`

An Indian expert legal witness today told the UK High Court that the compensation claim of a British man paralysed during the 2008 Mumbai attacks could be heard expeditiously by Indian courts.

Floating armouries risk 26/11-type attacks: Navy Chief DK Joshi

The Navy Chief’s comments come just a week after the nation observed the fifth anniversary of Mumbai attacks 2008.

Country paying for UPA`s ill-conceived Pak policy: BJP

Slamming UPA for making flip-flops on its policy on Pakistan, BJP Wednesday said that the message needed to be conveyed in "very unmistakable" terms to the neighbouring country that no meaningful dialogue was possible unless it delivered on its commitment of taking action against terrorists operating from its soil.

Pak 26/11 case postponed to December 4

The hearing in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case in Pakistan against seven accused, including LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, was today postponed to December 4.

Narendra Modi seeks answers from UPA after 26/11 attacks revelations

BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Wednesday sought answers from the UPA government on the 26/11 revelations.

Pak should punish 26/11 accused, enough evidence given: Shinde

Pakistan should punish those involved in 2008 Mumbai terror attack as enough evidence has been given to the neighbouring country, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said on Tuesday.