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Another roadblock in 26/11 trial: Lakhvi challenges Pak probe panel
MSN India

26/11 Mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi’s Release Ordered by ...

ISLAMABAD:  As a court on Friday ordered the release of Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, the man accused of plotting the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, India said it is Pakistan’s responsibility to take all legal measures to ensure that he doesn’t come out of jail. The ... Current News India, 1 week ago
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Millennium Post

Pak panel to inspect boat used by 26/11 terrorists

2 October 2016, Lahore, Pakistan, Agencies Lakhvi is living at an undisclosed location after being released from jail on bail a year ago. The other six suspects are in Adiala Jail, Rawalpindi. A judicial commission constituted by a ...
 Millennium Post2 months ago Pakistani judicial commission examines boat used during 26/11 attack  Economic Times2 months ago Pak panel inspects boat used by 26/11 terrorists  Deccan Herald2 months ago 26/11 attack: Pak panel inspects boat used by terrorists to reach India  Chandigarh Tribune2 months ago
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Indiatimes

While Victims Wait For Justice Heres What the Perpetrators Of 26/11 Mumbai Attacks Are Up To

Eight years ago this day Mumbai had come a standstill when terrorists from Pakistan attacked India's financial capital and killed over 160 people. The perpetrators of that nefarious act of terrorism are still at large. AFP While the main ...
 Indiatimes1 week ago 26/11 Mumbai terror attack: How Pakistan failed India even after 8 years 2 hours ago  India.com1 week ago Why India didn't attack Pakistan after 26/11 Mumbai attacks  Livemint.com2 weeks ago Were the Mumbai terror attacks a warning to Islamabad?  Rediff.com1 month ago
DNA India

Etched in history: The villains and heroes of 26/11

Ten terrorists belonging to Pakistan-based terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) had come to Mumbai and carried out the strikes in which 166 people were killed. Nine of them were killed during the 60-hour siege which began on the night of November 26, ...
 DNA India1 week ago LeT responsible for deaths of innocent lives: US  Economic Times1 month ago Pakistan-based LeT responsible for deaths of hundreds of innocent lives: US  Firstpost.com1 month ago Lashkar-e-Taiba responsible for deaths ... Lashkar-e-Taiba responsible for deaths of hundreds of innocent lives: US  AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago
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India's National Security Policies and the Threat of Lashkar-e-Taiba: A Forgotten Concern

Raashi Bhatia The year gone by has been significant for Indian politics and the months yet to come promise to be even more critical. Big cities, especially the capital- New Delhi, saw the emergence of mass movements against corruption, the ...
 Small Wars Journal2 weeks ago
Asian Lite

NEW INTERPOL CHIEF: Rights At Stake

The Communist country's record on rights abuses is shocking. A Chinese official's election as Interpol head raises concern over rights issues and terrorism ….reports Arul Louis Meng Hongwei A high-ranking Chinese official has been elected ...
 Asian Lite3 weeks ago Chinese official's election as Interpol head raises concern over terrorism response  News Track India4 weeks ago
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China's sole ally in Asia might get more than it wished for

BERLIN When China joined hands with the United States earlier this year at the United Nations Security Council to approve the toughest new international sanctions in two decades against North Korea, it implicitly highlighted that Beijing now is ...
 Japan Times1 month ago
Times of India

NIA may question IS jihadi for 26/11 links

NEW DELHI: Pakistani national Mohammad Ghani Usman, a veteran bombmaker of Lashkar-e-Taiba, who was arrested in Austria earlier this year and charged by France for November 2015 Paris attacks, may soon face Indian investigators as a National ...
 Economic Times1 month ago NIA may question Pakistani IS man held in Europe on 26/11 links  Times of India1 month ago
Siasat Daily

Pak prosecution accuses India of not sending 26/11 witnesses

07:11 am FOLLOW US: Lahore : India has not responded to Pakistan's request and reminders to send the 24 Indian witnesses in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks case to testify in a Pakistani court, the prosecution told an anti-terrorism court here ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago 26/11: 'India not responding to Pakistan's request to send witnesses'  Mumbai Mirror1 month ago 26/11: India not sending witnesses  Press Trust of India1 month ago 26/11 case: India not responding to request to send witnesses, claims Pak  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
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India Today

How China's super sweet ties with Pakistan are eroding India's strategic grounds

China's propping up of Pakistan is to ensure that India continues to remain challenged - and preoccupied - in its own neighbourhood, rather than emerge as a regional counterweight to China. China's embrace of Pakistan unsettles its relationship ...
 India Today1 month ago Sino-Pak nexus shields terror: China has gone all out to guard Pakistan's patronage of the network  DNA India1 month ago
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