The terror strike on Mumbai, carried out by ten suicidal terrorists and planned by Pakistani terror group Lashkar-e-Tayiba, had cost less than Rs 25 lakh. This claim is made in the book The Siege, a narrative about the worst terror strike on India, by Adrian Levy and Cathy Scott. But the National Investigation Agency, which was set up in the wake of the attack on November 26, 2008, is not ready to accept this figure. An official of the NIA argues that the terrorists and their handlers would ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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The 2008 Mumbai terror attack by the Lashkar-e-Tayiba was aimed at "dramatically" changing the future of South Asia and provoking a war between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan, a top United States counter-terrorism expert has said. "Lashkar-e-Tayiba had carefully chosen the targets and meticulously researched them over several years. They received considerable assistance in doing so from two sources, the Pakistani intelligence service, called the Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate or ISI ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
A Delhi court has issued fresh non-bailable warrants against Pakistani-American David Coleman Headley, his accomplice Tahawwur Rana, lashkar-e-Tayiba founder Hafiz Saeed and 26/11 attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, who are accused of carrying out several terror attacks in India. The court issued fresh non-bailable warrants against nine persons after the National Investigation Agency moved an application and informed it that these accused are "absconding" and the warrants issued against ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Pakistan's hawkish army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, who did little to change the force's India-centric stance, will leave the world's sixth-largest army grappling with a host of security challenges when he steps down on Friday. The 61-year-old Kayani, the first spy master to become the army chief, will retire after an extended tenure that saw the Pakistani military launch operations against some terrorist factions while leaving other groups like the anti-India Lashkar-e-Tayiba free to ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
United States President Barack Obama secretly offered Pakistan in 2009 that he would nudge India towards negotiations on Kashmir in lieu of it ending support to terrorist groups like Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Taliban, but much to his disappointment Islamabad rejected the offer. "Since the 1950s Pakistan had wanted an American role in South Asia. Now it was being offered one. In the end Pakistan would have to negotiate the Kashmir issue directly with India. But at least now the American president was ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The US on Monday asked Pakistan to bring to justice the perpetrators financiers and sponsors of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, saying it was an assault on the collective safety and security. As President Obama has stated, the Mumbai perpetrators, ...Millennium Post, 2 weeks ago
Government will probe the findings in a book on the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks which claims that a "super- agent" code-named 'Honey Bee' in the Indian establishment had helped Pakistan's ISI in identifying the landing site for the terrorists. "This (the book's contents) is not to my knowledge but we will inquire into it," Union Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said when asked whether he had information on the revelation in question by two foreign journalists in their recent book. The information on ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Mumbai terror attacks: ISI mole Honey Bee sent Indian training manual to Pak: book IndiaTV News, 1 month ago
What distinguishes 26/11 from other bombings in big cities, for instance 9/11 in New York or 7/7 in London, is that it remains the best-documented attack in a digitally enhanced world, says Sunil Sethi Do nations, like human beings, want to forget their worst nightmares? Public memory is often short, and from the viewpoint of unsuspecting victims trapped in terrorist attacks, there may be closure, even forgiveness, in the act of blocking out tragedy. But countries can't afford the same: the ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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