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Judge of Mumbai attacks trial in Pak changed for 7th time

Mumbai attacks mastermind Lakhvi runs LeT from Pak jail

Being imprisoned for nearly six years on charges of involvement in the 2008 Mumbai attacks has not crimped the activities of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operations commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi - he has access to mobile phones in jail, continues to run ... India Today, 2 months ago
Judge changed for 7th time The Echo Of India, 2 weeks ago

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Deccan Chronicle

26/11 Attacks: First Hearing Under New Judge Held

The first hearing under the eighth anti-terrorism court judge appointed to conduct the trial of seven Pakistani suspects in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks took place today with three witnesses deposing in the case. The three witnesses were ...
 Outlook India1 day ago First hearing under new Judge held  Kashmir Times13 hours ago New judge to resume Mumbai attacks trial on October 29  Economic Times3 days ago Mumbai attacks case: first hearing under new judge held  The Echo Of India1 day ago
The Nation Pakistan

PML-Q to be reorganised by workers convention

LAHORE - PML-Q top leadership has decided to hold workers conventions in all the districts of Punjab as part of party's reorganisation drive to get ready for any electoral exercise in the near future. The decision was taken in a PML-Q Punjab ...
 The Nation Pakistan4 days ago PML-Q to piece together party fabric  DAWN Group4 days ago
Pakistan Observer

Rulers afraid of holding LB polls over poor services

- Lahore—Pakistan Muslim League (PML) President and former Prime Minister Senator Ch Shujat Husain and senior central leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Ch Parvez Elahi have said that our Muslim League workers were present in every house and ...
 Pakistan Observer4 days ago Nawaz should resign: Elahi  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Use of chemical weapons on protestors govt's inefficiency: Ch Parvez Elahi  Online News Pakistan1 month ago

Guftgu: A Dialogue Between Neighbours

Published On: October 25, 2014 | Duration: 47 min, 29 sec No other part of the world has borne the brunt of terrorism as much as South Asia has. While India and Afghanistan have been the worst sufferers, Pakistan, ...
 NDTV5 days ago
IBNLive India News

Mumbai attack case: defence lawyers oppose video-link trial

07:42 pm Lahore: Defence lawyers in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case today opposed the plea before a Pakistani anti-terrorism court to hold the trial of the seven accused through a video-link or allow witnesses to submit their recorded statements. In ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago Mumbai attacks case: Defence lawyers oppose 'video-link' trial  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Defence Lawyers Oppose 'Video-Link' Trial in 26/11 Blast Case  Outlook India1 month ago 26/11 Mumbai attacks case: Defence lawyers oppose 'video-link' trial in Pakistan  IBNLive India News1 month ago

Abdul Basit's comment on Hafiz Saeed reflects Pakistan's duplicity over talks and terror

Pakistan's High Commissioner Abdul Basit has once again exposed the neighbouring country's duplicity by terming Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief and mastermind of 2009 Mumbai Terror attacks Hafiz Muhammad Saeed as a free man of his country. What did ...
 Oneindia1 month ago
IBNLive India News

Pak court requested to hold Mumbai attacks trial by video-link

Lahore: Prosecution lawyers on Wednesday filed an application in a Pakistani anti-terrorism court requesting it to conduct the trial of-the seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case through video-link. The prosecution lawyers filed the ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago Pakistan court requested to hold Mumbai attacks trial by video-link  DNA India1 month ago 26/11 Attacks: Pak Court Requested to Hold Trial by Video-Link  Outlook India1 month ago Pakistan court requested to hold 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks trial by video-link  IBNLive India News1 month ago

Pak-based LeT Man, Firm on US Terror Blacklist

NEW DELHI: Muhammad Iqbal, founding member of Falah-i-Insaniat Foundation's (FIF), a front organisation of dread LeT terror outfit, has been put on the list of Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDGT) by the US. Iqbal, who made the payment to ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago Pak-Based LeT Backer Suspected for 26/11 on US Terror Blacklist  Outlook India2 months ago Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Toiba backer, business on US terror blacklist  ZeeNews.com2 months ago Pakistan-based LeT backer, business on US terror blacklist  Economic Times2 months ago

Pak money changer involved in 26/11 labelled 'global terrorist'

The United States has labelled a Pakistan-based money changer as a "global terrorist" for providing financial services to the banned Lashkar-e-Tayiba terror group that has been involved in a series of terrorist attacks in India, including the 2008 Mumbai attacks that left 166 people dead. The US department of the treasury targeted the leadership and financial networks of the LeT by designating Muhammad Iqbal and Asma Money Exchangers as specially designated global terrorists. Iqbal and Asma ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Treasury Sanctions Lashkar-E-Tayyiba Leader and Financial Conduit  U.S. Treasury2 months ago US Sanctions Against LeT Leader, Its Financial Conduit  Outlook India2 months ago US slaps sanctions against LeT leader, its financial conduit  Millennium Post2 months ago
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