A Pakistani anti-terrorism court trying seven Mumbai attack accused, including LeT operations commander and mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, on Thursday adjourned the hearing till Monday as the judge was on leave.
Pakistan's sudden U-Turn on expediting the 26/11 trial and its demand for more concrete evidence related to the Mumbai terror attack on Monday evoked sharp reactions from several quarters, including former Home Secretary and now BJP MP RK Singh, who accused Islamabad of behaving irresponsibly on the issue.
Breaking the deadlock, India and Pakistan on Friday decided to revive the stalled dialogue process and quicken the Mumbai attack case trial in talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif, who came under attack back home on absence of Kashmir issue in the
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has agreed to make a landmark visit to Pakistan next year, the foreign secretary said on Friday, signalling a warming of ties between the nuclear-armed neighbours after a year of tensions.
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 Wednesday till September 3 as the judge has gone on a summer vacation.
Five prosecution witnesses testified before a Pakistani anti-terrorism judge about the training of the terrorists who carried out the November 2008 assault on India`s financial hub of Mumbai, official sources said.