Pakistani authorities asked india to allow cross examine to 26/11 witnesses

Islamabad: Pakistani authorities have asked india to allow its defence lawyers to cross examination key witnesses in the 2008 Mumbai attack. In a message sent to Indian authorities on July 20, the Federal Investigation Agency asked that the defence counsel should be allowed to cross-examine surviving attacker Ajmal Kasab, chief investigation officer Ramesh Mahale, and Ganesh Dhunraj and Chintaman Mohite, the two doctors who performed the autopsies of slain attackers. The FIA also sent the July 17 order of a Pakistani anti-terrorism court that declared illegal the findings of aRead More

Pak to india : 26/11 evidence not admissible

Islamabad: It is open now. Pakistan government has formally told India that the evidence which he provided in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks case is not admissible in a Pakistani court as defence lawyers were not allowed to cross-examine Indian officials. According to a report published in The Express Tribune on Wednesday, Pakistan’s Interior Ministry has informed the Indian government that the evidence is not admissible in the trial of seven Pakistani suspects, including Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, since defence lawyers were not allowed to cross-examine Indian officials when aRead More

26/11 key handler Abu Jindal Arrested

Mumbai. Sayed Zabiuddin Ansari alias Abu Hamza alias Abu Jundal, a key accused of  26/11 Mumbai terror attack has been arrested by the Delhi Police four days ago. 30-year-old AZabiuddin with another alias Riyasat Ali is an Indian national who is said to have been issuing directions from a ‘control room’ in Pakistan to 10 terrorists who went on a rampage in Mumbai in November, 2008 killing 166 persons. Zabiuddin, who was deported from Saudi Arabia on India’s request, was arrested on his arrival at the Indira Gandhi International AirportRead More

Digvijay released the proofs today in case of ‘call controversy’

BHOPAL: Congress leader Digvijay Singh today produced call records of the conversation between him and the slain anti-terror squad chief on 26/11 and sought an apology from Maharashtra Home Minister R R Patil and all others who had dubbed him a “liar”. “It was all the more painful for me when the Maharashtra Home Minister said in the state Assembly that no such call was made. All those who have dubbed me a liar and have put a question mark on my honesty, sincerity and credibility should apologise or atRead More

Headley’s Ex Tells More about Mumbai Links

Presenting a rare insight into the life of a terror suspect, Faiza Outalha, the estranged Moroccan wife of American David Coleman Headley, has told security agencies of his connections in Mumbai, say media reports. Outalha is suspected of having carried a reconnaissance of the targets attacked by Lashker-e-Taiba terrorists during the 26/11 terror strikes in Mumbai. According to the reports citing official sources, she told the National Investigation Agency (NIA) that she was married to 48-year-old Headley but had a divorce later. Outalha, who first came to Mumbai 2007, stayedRead More

26/11: Witness Says Kasab Shot ASI Tukaram Omble

Mumbai police sub-inspector and key 26/11 witness, Bhaskar Kadam on Friday identified Amal Amir Kasab as the man who used an AK-47 to pump bullets into slain Mumbai cop Tukaram Omble during the infamous terror strikes in the commercial capital that left over 180 killed and scores injured. Kasab is the lone Pakistani caught alive during the carnage. Kadam, says he was one of the officers who fired at Abu Ismail, who was moving in a Skoda car along with Kasab in the Girgaum area of Mumbai on Friday, NovemberRead More

Pakistan Arrests 6th Mumbai Attacks Suspect

Pakistan has arrested sixth suspect in connection with Mumbai terror attack and asked India to provide more information to proceed against those detained for perpetrating the carnage. Pakistan’s Interior Ministry chief Rehman Malik informed that six persons have been captured so far concerning the 26/11 attack. However, he did not give details of the sixth person arrested by Pakistani authorities.  Earlier, the Interior Ministry had confirmed the arrest of five suspects Lashker-e-Taiba operatives Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, Zarar Shah, Hamad Amin Sadiq, Abu al Qama and Shahid Jamil Riaz. They areRead More

Waghmare Sacked as Kasab’s Lawyer

Citing conflict of interest, the Special Court at the Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai removed Anjali Waghmare as the lawyer for Ajmal Amir Kasab – the lone Pakistani attacker captured alive during the 26/11 terror carnage in the commercial capital. Waghmare, who also represents a witness – Harishchandra Shrivardhankar – in the Cama hospital firing incident during the terror attack, has been removed for professional misconduct. Court observed that Waghmare had failed to avail of the ample time she had to bring the fact, that she had given consultations toRead More

India to Funnel More 26/11 Info to Pakistan

India on Tuesday agreed to provide more information to Pakistan over the gruesome 26/11 terror carnage in Mumbai, but said that Islamabad should desist from delaying the probe on pretext of clarifications, the move came a day after the neighbouring country sought more specific on the attacks allegedly launched from its territories. “I have just had a discussion with our foreign secretary. We have received the papers (from Pakistan). We are examining them and if there be further information necessary, then we will give them the further information,” external affairsRead More

26/11: Pak Responds to Indian Replies, Says One More Arrested

In response to New Delhi’s replies to Islamabad over the 26/11 terror carnage in Mumbai, Pakistan on Monday requested India for further clarifications., informed head of the country’s Interior Ministry Rehman Malik while speaking to the media in Islamabad on Monday. Malik said that India was yet to provide details of the SIM cards used by terrorists during the attacks and said that Pakistan has requested India for some documents related to Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone terrorist captured alive during the terror attack and currently lodged in prison inRead More