US rules out Headley extradition, again

The United States virtually ruled out the extradition of Pakistani American David Headley to India even as New Delhi expressed disappointment at the 35-year sentence given to him by a Chicago court.

‘Tahawwur Rana to appeal against his conviction’

Rana was quoted as saying that he had problem in visiting Pakistan as he left the Pakistani Army without any notice.

Rana`s acquittal in 26/11 case a mystery forever

It will remain a mystery for ever as to why the 12-member jury of a Chicago court acquitted Tahawwur Husain Rana from his involvement in the Mumbai terrorist attacks that killed more than 160 people.

US court acquits Rana in 26/11 case

Rana was acquitted in 26/11 attacks case but convicted for aiding LeT and helping a terror plot in Denmark.

Rana`s acquittal won`t affect Kasab case: Nikam

Pakistan should not merely blame India for not furnishing
evidence against the perpetrators of 26/11 terror attacks,
Nikam said.

Deal with Headley worth it, says US Attorney

Justifying a controversial deal cut with the 26/11 attacks accused David Headley that spared him from death penalty and extradition to India, a top US
attorney said that not doing the pact would have been a "terrible mistake".

26/11: Now, it’s turn of Kashmiri, Maj Iqbal

David Headley pleaded guilty in March 2010 to all 12 counts against him, including aiding and abetting the murders of the six American victims.

ISI handler sought progress report on Mumbai terror plot

Pakistani born Canadian Tahawwur Rana exchanged mails with the mysterious "Major Iqbal" of Pakistan`s ISI about "progress made" on the Mumbai terror attack plot, an FBI agent has testified.

Pak terror suspect Rana arraigned in Chicago court

Pakistani Canadian businessman Tahawwur Hussain Rana, accused of providing material support for Nov 2008 Mumbai terror attacks blamed on Pakistani terror outfit LeT, has been arraigned for his trial starting May 16.

Headley`s status hearing on March 23 cancelled

A status hearing in the case of Pakistani-American terrorist David Headley, which was set for March 23, has been cancelled following his confession in a US court about involvement in the Mumbai attacks.

FBI to probe Headley handlers caught by Pakistan

FBI has made Pak arrest two suspected LeT persons who were handling the David Headley and are set to question them.