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5 get death penalty, lifer for 7 in Mumbai serial train bomb blasts case

12 convicted in 2006 Mumbai train blasts case

The eight-year-long trial concluded on August 19, 2014 and Special Judge Y.D. Shinde pronounced his judgement. Besides claiming 189 lives, the serial blasts left 817 injured on the evening of July 11, 2006, from 6.23 pm onwards - the peak hour when the ... Jagran Post, 3 weeks ago
Weekly Voice

Mumbai Train Blasts Plotters Sentenced To Death

Mumbai: A special court on Wednesday awarded the death penalty to five people and life in prison to seven others, all convicted for the July 11, 2006, serial blasts on Mumbai's suburban trains which killed 189 people, in one of the worst attacks on ...
 Weekly Voice3 days ago 7/11 verdict: Hand across throat, five fingers; how convicts relayed sentence to families  Indian Express5 days ago Mumbai trains blasts: Five awarded death, seven life in jail  Prokerala6 days ago State may seek death only for 8 convicts in 7/11  Times of India3 weeks ago
The Hindu

Five awarded death for 7/11 train attacks

Sentence will be subject to High Court confirmation Nine years after a series of powerful explosions ripped through local trains in Mumbai, a special MCOCA court here on Wednesday sentenced to death five convicts for planting bombs on July 11, ...
 The Hindu5 days ago India: Court gives death to 5 for 2006 Mumbai train bombings  Gulf Daily News6 days ago Indian court sentences five to death over 2006 Mumbai train bombings  CTV News6 days ago Court gives death to 5 for Mumbai train bombings 9 years ago  Washington Post6 days ago

Prosecution wants death for 8 in train blasts case

Accused in 2006 train serial blast case being taken to the Sessions Court from the Arthur Road Jail —file photo Terming convicts of Mumbai’s serial train blasts case as “merchants of death”, the prosecution on Wednesday sought death penalty for eight ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

Prosecution seeks death for 8 convicts in 7/11 case

Describing them as "merchants of death", the prosecution in the 7/11 serial train blasts on Wednesday sought capital punishment for eight of the 12 convicts who planted bombs in crowded Western Railways suburban locals in Mumbai. The blasts claimed over 200 ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Train blasts: Prosecution won’t seek death for all  Asian Age1 week ago
Siasat Daily

7/11: convicts continue to examine witnesses

The convicts in the Mumbai serial train blasts case today continued to examine witnesses before the trial court to establish that they were reformed and hence should get only the minimum punishment. Four defence witnesses had been examined ...
 Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Mumbai court convicts 12 out of 13 in train blasts case  Rising Kashmir3 weeks ago 7/11 Mumbai train blasts verdict on Friday  Prokerala3 weeks ago All 13 accused brought to MCOCA court, verdict any time now  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
Indian Express

7/11 Verdict- Verdict vindication of our efforts: Ex-ATS chief

Former ATS chief KP Raghuvanshi along with investigation officers Inspector Tajne, Sunil Deshmukh with all police officials attending the Mumbai sessions court during the verdict of 7/11 Mumbai train blasts on Friday. (Express Photo by Prashant ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

We have left our fate to Allah: Parents of 11/7 convicted

Ten minutes before the judgment was passed on the accused in the 7/11 case, an elderly couple sitting on the benches in Special Judge Y D Shinde's court was hopeful that Allah would give them justice. When the trial began nine years ago, Attaur Rehman and his wife Parveen Bano felt that their accused sons -- Faisal Shaikh, the man the Mumbai police alleged was the mastermind in the 7/11 case -- and Muzzamil Shaikh would be let off. Read ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
Pune Mirror

Mediclaim for labourers lost as state fails to pay premium

Hospitals begin to reject construction workers under scheme for their welfare, after state labour dept 'forgets' payment Yashwant Pawar, a construction labourer from Pimpri, last week headed to the D Y Patil Hospital at Akurdi to remove an iron rod ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

14 goals, 11 scorers

By Pawar VV Jamnabai Narsee (Juhu) outclass Bharda (Fort) in a goal glut at Azad Maidan yesterday. In one of the most bizarre matches ever played in MSSA, Jamnabai Narsee IGCSE (Juhu) outplayed Bharda New High School (Fort) 14-0 in a U-16 Div IV ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
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