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Questioning Pak

The Pakistani spy agency ISI had nullified reports of Ajmal Kasab, the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack accused, as a citizen of Pakistan earlier and later on provided protective custody to his family. With another situation that marks Pakistan denying reports of a ... Asian Age, 1 week ago

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Judge who sentenced Kasab retires

In 2009, Justice M L Tahaliyani told Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab, executed convict of the 26/11 Mumbai terror strikes, in a hearing conducted via video conferencing, that he would be the judge presiding over the trial. Namaste, greeted Kasab, not knowing then ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Justice Tahaliyani sworn in as Maharashtra Lokayukta  DNA1 week ago Judge who sent Kasab to gallows is now Maharashtra Lokayukta  Rediff.com1 week ago Bombay High Court judge who gave death sentence to Ajmal Kasab retires  DNA1 week ago
Times of India

Lashkar-e-Taiba is a terrorist organisation, not Pakistan: Kabir Khan

Except for Ajmal Kasab, a foot soldier brainwashed into doing what he did, the masterminds are still roaming freely and have not been brought to book. Kabir Khan, through his upcoming thriller Phantom, attempts to provide a sense of catharsis and a ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago I knew Naved and Kasab, admits Lashkar terrorist Sajad  India Today5 days ago Arrested terrorist Muhammad Naveed trained in same Lashkar camp as Ajmal Kasab  Indian Express3 weeks ago Arrested terrorist trained in same Lashkar camp as Ajmal Kasab  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

It's Better to Die, Instead of Staying in This Situation: 26/11 Accused

Abu Jundal, who is accused of being a central role in the 26/11 attacks and was also Ajmal Kasab's handler, has been on hunger strike for more than two weeks now. Jundal's advocate, Asif Naqvi had filed an application before the MCOCA on August 5, ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
Business Insider India

Same hangman who pulled Kasab's noose, executed Yakub

ife but in death, Yakub Memon had something to share with Ajmal Kasab. The same police constable from Pune's Yerwada prison, who had supervised the hanging of Pakistani terrorist and convict in the 26/11 attacks case Ajmal Kasab, executed Yakub in ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Yakub Memon hangman executed Ajmal Kasab too  Financial Express1 month ago Meet the guy who put the noose around Yakub Memon  Business Insider India1 month ago Yakub Memon, Afzal Guru, Ajmal Kasab and Other Convicts Recently Executed in India [PHOTOS]  International Business Times India1 month ago

Arrest of Pakistani terrorist Naved: It doesn't change ...

He may have been the first Pakistani militant to have been captured alive in action after Mohammed Ajmal Kasab since November 2008, but let us not fool ourselves into thinking that it is a huge strategic leverage in dealing with Pakistan. The ...
 Firstpost.com4 weeks ago Pakistan's terrorist caught in JK, aimed to kill Indians  Money Control4 weeks ago Cross-border terrorism: Pakistan caught red-handed, again  Times of India4 weeks ago Another Ajmal Kasab caught alive: 10 things to know  India Today4 weeks ago

Pakistan's Tariq Khosa who had admitted country's role in 26/11, now backtracks

Khosa had said that Ajmal Kasab was a Pakistani and that all the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attackers of the 2008 attacks were trained there. He had also said that the dinghy and the engine was bought in Pakistan.
 DNA3 weeks ago Pakistan's role in 26/11: Explosive revelations by Pak officer who headed probe  Rediff.com4 weeks ago We knew all that Khosa admitted to: Mumbai cops  Times of India4 weeks ago 26/11 attack launched from Pak soil, Kasab was LeT terrorist, admits former Chief of Pak Probe Agency  DNA India1 month ago

Sorry, Naved is not Ajmal Kasab: Udhampur terrorist shows Pak jihadi factories' desperation

Pakistan should start worrying about the quality of terrorists it is sending to India. The post Sorry, Naved is not Ajmal Kasab: Udhampur terrorist shows Pak jihadi factories’ desperation appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Sorry folks, Naved is not Kasab: Udhampur terrorist ...  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
Times of India

Udhampur attack: Why Mohammed Naved isn’t Ajmal Kasab

Mohammed Naved is an important catch for the security agencies, but he is surely not the first Pakistani national to be picked up after Ajmal Kasab. NEW DELHI: Mohammed Naved is an important catch for the security agencies, but he is surely not the first ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Naved's father blows Pak denial sky-high  Times of India3 weeks ago

Udhampur terror attack: Mohammad Naved pleads NIA, says "let me go back"

New Delhi, Aug 17: When Mohammad Naved was arrested, we had compared the uncanny similarity he had with Ajmal Kasab. Now, here is something that Naved has said which was exactly what Kasab had told the police when he was being questioned in connection with ...
 One India2 weeks ago Three things Ajmal Kasab and Usman aka Mohammed Naved have in common  DNA3 weeks ago Mohammad Naved who? Pak wipes out all evidence  Oneindia1 week ago NIA to ask Pakistan for details on Mohammad Naved  Oneindia3 weeks ago
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