Mumbai attacks Archive

Mumbai attacks trial – Tariq Khosa: THE Mumbai terror attacks were claimed by India to be its 9/11. For more than 66 hours, 10 highly trained militants played havoc in India’s commercial metropolis, spraying bullets and shedding the blood of innocent civilians and tourists in
Abu Jundal’s confession has once again put the spotlight on the nexus between ISI and LeT: Abu Jundal’s arrest spells bad news for Pakistan as the focus shifts back to ISI’s role in the Mumbai attacks, says Brijesh Pandey ANOTHER JIGSAW has fallen into place in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks puzzle. In a major
Pakistan will be suspect until evil in its midst is rooted out: The Mumbai attacks will be linked to Islamabad regardless of who perpetrated them. By Con Coughlin A fresh wave of terrorist attacks are launched at the heart of the Indian city of Mumbai, and immediately the finger of suspicion
LeT poses formidable terrorist threat to US, India: White House report: The US considers Pakistan based terrorist outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), held responsible for 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, as a formidable terrorist threat to Indian, US and other Western interests in South Asia and potentially elsewhere. In Afghanistan, the US military
A wise and bold decision: Pak govt refuses to defend Hafiz Saeed in US court: Hafiz Saeed, who is suspected to have masterminded the 2008 Mumbai attack, tops the list of India’s most-wanted men. In his testimony in a Chicago court, David Coleman Headley, a co-conspirator in the case, had said he was “motivated”
ISI might have been involved in Mumbai attacks, says Pakistan’s former foreign secretary: NEW DELHI: Pakistan’s former foreign secretary Shaharyar Khan has acknowledged that ISI might have been involved in the 26/11 attacks on Mumbai — in the first-ever confession of its kind by a member of Pakistani establishment. In an interview
Obama administration is divided over future of U.S.-Pakistan relationship -by Karen DeYoung and Karin Brulliard: Two weeks after the death of Osama bin Laden, the Obama administration remains uncertain and divided over the future of its relationship with Pakistan, according to senior U.S. officials. The discovery of the al-Qaeda leader in a city near
Ex-ISI men likely behind 26/11 attacks, says Athar: ISLAMABAD: Military spokesman Maj-Gen Athar Abbas has hinted at involvement of retired ISI officials in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, but categorically denied any role of serving spies. The ISPR chief, in his interaction with the visiting delegation of Indian
General Pasha hazir ho: ISI chief summoned by a US court for complicity in the Mumbai terror attacks: Related article: Why did the CIA recall its station chief in Pakistan? ISI on the run, refuses to explain its role in drone attacks! The Mumbai lawsuit in Brooklyn Last month, a lawsuit filed in Brooklyn, which was brought
Why did the CIA recall its station chief in Pakistan?: Background: CIA recalls its station chief in Pakistan The CIA has pulled its station chief from Islamabad, one of America’s most important spy posts, after his cover was blown in a legal action brought by victims of US drone
WikiLeaks cables: Pakistan opposition ‘tipped off’ Mumbai terror group: WikiLeaks cables relay allegations that Nawaz Sharif’s government in Punjab province helped the group responsible for the Mumbai terror attacks evade UN sanctions. Pakistan’s president alleged that the brother of Pakistan’s opposition leader, Nawaz Sharif, “tipped off” the militant
The man who really matters in Pakistan – by Farzana Shaikh: Whatever David Cameron may say, looking both ways is by no means peculiar to Pakistan. For while Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari has looked the other way as his country drowns in the worst floods in living memory, the
Interview : Afrasiab Khattak on Pak India dialogue -by Jyoti Malhotra: Senator Afrasiab Khattak, President ANP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and former Chairman HRCP and member of Constitutional reforms committe chaired by Raza Rabbani recently has in an interview to Jyoti Malhotra in discussed Pak India peace dialogue, Terrorism and constitutional amendments.
Why can’t Pakistan convict any terrorists? Part I – by Rabia Shakoor and Eqbal Alavi: Let’s consider the acquittals in high profile terrorism cases in May 2010 alone: On May 30, Maulana Abdul Aziz of Lal Masjid was acquitted in the Children’s Library case. On May 25, the Supreme Court dismissed the appeals filed
Ansar Abbasi’s column on the Mumbai terrorist attacks and Ajma Kasab. Abbasi is in the ‘denial’ mode.: Ansar Abbasi’s column on the Mumbai terrorist attacks and Ajma Kasab. Abbasi is in the ‘denial’ mode. Do you know why? Because he is most probably on the payroll of the Taliban. He is a stauch supporter of Mullah