Six years after gunmen from Pakistan stormed prime hotels and city landmarks killing more than 160 people and wounding many more in Mumbai, residents say they are ready to counter such incidents should they take place in the future.
On the sixth anniversary of 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday voiced concern over the "very slow" progress in the trial of the case in Pakistan and demanded that the perpetrators be punished at the earliest.
On the sixth anniversary of 26/11 attacks, India faces primarily two kinds of jihadist terror threats. One, as a society, it is witnessing the birth of self-radicalizing Muslim youth who are attracted to the jihadist call of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) led by Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi. This radicalisation can be countered by India's vibrant democracy, pluralism and alert parents.
A 33-year-old British man, paralysed during the Mumbai terror attacks in November 2008, is suing the owners of the iconic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, alleging they did little to provide security for guests despite several warnings that an assault on the hotel was imminent.
Pakistani-American terrorist David Headley, who played a key role in plotting the 2008 Mumbai attacks, boasted to his former school-mates that the assault was "retaliation" for events in Kashmir and Afghanistan, according to a new book by a Danish journalist.
Arrested terrorist Abdul Karim Tunda told his interrogators that he holds a grudge against Lashkar-e-Toiba commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi for scuttling his chances of reaching the top position in the outfit.
The trial of seven Pakistani suspects, including Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, charged with involvement in the 2008 Mumbai attacks was on Saturday adjourned till May 25 as the judge was on leave.
A Pak judicial commission`s visit to India in connection with the Mumbai attacks case may be delayed as an anti-terrorism court sought an assurance that members of the panel will be allowed to cross-examine key Indian witnesses.