Hafiz Saeed tours Pakistan villages near Rajasthan border: Report

Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, was seen touring near the international border in Pakistan in Islamkot, Meerpur Khas, Mithi and Kherpur areas, a report said.

Pakistan court adjourns Mumbai attacks case till April 30

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court conducting the trial of the seven accused in the Mumbai attacks, today adjourned the hearing till April 30 after the prosecution withdrew four witnesses.

Pakistani court adjourns Mumbai attacks case for the 3rd time

The hearing in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks trial in an anti-terrorism court against seven Pakistani suspects was today adjourned for the third time as the judge did not show up, citing security reasons.

Pakistani court adjourns Mumbai attacks case till March 12

The hearing in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks trial against seven Pakistani suspects was today postponed till next week following a boycott by lawyers to protest the recent suicide assault at a court premises in Islamabad.

26/11 call record issue may suffer under Maria: Martyr`s wife

The widow of IPS officer Ashok Kamte, killed in 26/11 terror attack, on Monday apprehended the matter surrounding the "discrepancies" in crucial call records of the 59-hours siege in 2008 provided to her would be put on the backburner under the watch of new Mumbai police chief.

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.

Mumbai attacks case : 2 Pak bank executives record statement

The two bankers of the Muslim Commercial Bank in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir recorded their statements during the hearing of the Mumbai attacks case, court sources told a news agency.

Briton injured in 26/11 attacks wins right to sue Taj hotel

A British man paralysed during the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks today won his claim to sue the owners of Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in a British court of law.

India seeks access to David Headley

India has sought access to LeT operative David Headley, the Mumbai terror attack convict now lodged in a US prison, as it insisted on bringing to justice the perpetrators of the 26/11 assault.

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.

UK victim of Mumbai attacks to sue owners of Taj Mahal hotel

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.

26/11 terror attack: Tributes paid to martyrs, victims

Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan and Home Minister R R Patil today paid tributes to martyrs at a Police Memorial here on the fifth anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks.

Mumbai attacks suspects` lawyer claims evidence is `sham`

Ahead of the fifth anniversary of the attacks on Mumbai by LeT terrorists, the new lawyer of the seven Pakistani suspects charged with involvement in the incident on Monday claimed the evidence provided by India was a "sham".

`David Headley betrayed all - his wives, US, ISI, LeT`

Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative David Coleman Headley, who scouted targets for the 26/11 terror attack, was "never anyone`s client" and his modus operandi was only to "save himself by sacrificing others", say Adrian Levy and Cathy Scott-Clark, authors of "The Siege".

Mumbai attacks trial is being speeded up: Salman Bashir

Ahead of the fifth anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks, Pakistan today dismissed the suggestion that it was conducting a "sham trial" of the accused and said the process is being speeded up.

India presses for speedy trial of Mumbai attacks accused

Ahead of the fifth anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks carried out by LeT, India today expressed concern at the "lack of any progress" in the trial of Pakistani suspects charged with involvement in the brazen assault.

Mumbai attacks trial in Pakistan postponed again

Records of the cross-examination of Indian witnesses by a Pakistani judicial commission in connection with the attacks case had not reached the court in Islamabad when it convened this morning.

Barack Obama asks Nawaz Sharif why 26/11 trial has not started yet

Asking the Pakistani PM about the progress made in Mumbai attacks trial, Obama also made mentions of the banned terror outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Sharif told reporters after the meeting.

‘Trust Pakistan, but be alert’

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who shook hands with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday with an aim to restore peace between the two nations, urged all to have faith in Pak while being prepared and keep verifying its actions simultaneously.

LoC incident raised doubts about Pakistan`s sincerity: Envoy

India said recent developments on the LoC raised "doubts on Pakistan`s sincerity" and stressed the need for both countries to forge a common policy for combating terrorism.

26/11 case: Pakistani Judicial Commission`s visit delayed

The visit of an eight -member Pakistani Judicial Commission to India to cross-examine witnesses of the Mumbai terror attacks has been delayed by four days due to "non availability of flight".

26/11: Pakistani judicial panel to visit Mumbai in September

An eight-member Pakistani judicial commission will visit India from September 7 to cross-examine witnesses of the Mumbai terror attacks in order to take forward the prosecution of seven suspects.

Pakistani judicial panel to visit Mumbai in September

An eight-member Pakistani judicial commission will visit India from September 7 to cross-examine witnesses of the Mumbai terror attacks in order to take forward the prosecution of seven suspects.

Abdul Karim Tunda has 3 wives, 6 children

Dreaded terrorist Abdul Karim Tunda is a `family man`, with seven children from three wives all of whom live in Pakistan.

Tunda`s fascination with explosives began at the age of 12

LeT`s top bomb expert Abdul Karim alias Tunda, who was arrested by Delhi police on Friday, had his first brush with explosives at the age of 12 years.

Dawood Ibrahim protected by ISI, Lakhvi calls shots in LeT: Abdul Karim Tunda

Abdul Karim Tunda, Dawood`s close aide has revealed certain facts which point towards the complicity of Pakistan`s ISI in 26/11 Mumbai attacks.

Pak court adjourns Mumbai attacks case till Aug 31

A Pakistani court hearing the case of seven men, including LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, charged with involvement in the Mumbai attacks has adjourned the hearing for six weeks, a defence lawyer said on Monday.

26/11: India tells US to hand over Headley `temporarily` for a year

India has asked the US to "temporarily" hand over LeT terrorist David Headley for a year and extradite his accomplice Tahawwur Hussain Rana to get more information about the conspiracy hatched to carry out Mumbai terror attacks.

Mumbai case: Trial of Pak suspects adjourned till June 1

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 June 1.