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US court to hear India’s plea seeking Tahawwur Rana’s extradition for involvement in 2008 Mumbai attacks
India

US court to hear India’s plea seeking Tahawwur Rana’s extradition for involvement in 2008 Mumbai attacks

Pakistani-origin Canadian Rana, who has been declared a fugitive by India, was first arrested in October 2009 by US police and then re-arrested on 10 June in Los Angeles on an extradition request

Ratan Tata calls for unity on 26/11 anniversary, says 'wanton destruction' won't be forgotten
India

Ratan Tata calls for unity on 26/11 anniversary, says 'wanton destruction' won't be forgotten

In a social media post, the chairman emeritus of the Tata Group wrote: 'What is memorable is the way Mumbai people came together, casting aside all differences, to vanquish the terrorism'

12 years of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack: Look at Pakistan masterminds, brave Indian officers and survivors who lived to tell the brutal tale
India

12 years of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack: Look at Pakistan masterminds, brave Indian officers and survivors who lived to tell the brutal tale

As Mumbai grappled with the four-day siege in 2008, many heroes emerged. While some lived to tell the tale, others sacrificed their lives to ensure hundreds were rescued from the horrific shooting and bombings that followed

2008 Mumbai attacks: How India dishonoured an unknown Kashmiri spy who penetrated Lashkar-e-Taiba before 26/11
India

2008 Mumbai attacks: How India dishonoured an unknown Kashmiri spy who penetrated Lashkar-e-Taiba before 26/11

Mukhtar Ahmed Sheikh had made it possible to intercept the 26/11 death squad's calls — and prove Pakistan's role in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks — but he remains nearly unknown. He neither received a medal, nor a reward. Instead, he was held in prison for three months on spurious charges.

Police presence beefed up outside Mumbai's Taj Mahal Hotel; threatening call came from Pakistan, claim reports
India

Police presence beefed up outside Mumbai's Taj Mahal Hotel; threatening call came from Pakistan, claim reports

The iconic Taj Hotel in Mumbai' Colaba area was among the targets of Pakistani terrorists during the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack. Cops told PTI that Mumbai police are on high alert after Monday's Karachi exchange terror attack.

Hotel Mumbai movie review: Dev Patel, Anupam Kher's film on 26/11 terror attacks is immersive and gut-wrenching
Entertainment

Hotel Mumbai movie review: Dev Patel, Anupam Kher's film on 26/11 terror attacks is immersive and gut-wrenching

Every aspect of Hotel Mumbai, from the direction and performances to the editing and production design, seems harrowingly real.

Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai, Abhishek pay homage to victims of 26/11 on 11th anniversary at Gateway of India
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Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai, Abhishek pay homage to victims of 26/11 on 11th anniversary at Gateway of India

Amitabh Bachchan also took to the stage during the event held at the Gateway of India to pay homage to the victims of the attacks

US eliminates IS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: Can India take out Hafiz Saeed or Masood Azhar? If not, what are our options?
World

US eliminates IS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: Can India take out Hafiz Saeed or Masood Azhar? If not, what are our options?

The Islamic State chief, who reportedly detonated a suicide vest after getting trapped in a “dead-end tunnel” causing three of his six children to die along with him, was killed “like a dog and a coward”, declared Donald Trump.

Hafiz Saeed's arrest was result of 'great pressure' exerted by US on Pakistan, says Donald Trump
World

Hafiz Saeed's arrest was result of 'great pressure' exerted by US on Pakistan, says Donald Trump

Hafiz Saeed was keeping a low profile at his Lahore's Jauhar Town residence after the Imran Khan government took control of the JuD.

Hafiz Saeed not allowed to lead Eid prayers at Lahore's Qaddafi Stadium; restriction imposed for first time in several years
World

Hafiz Saeed not allowed to lead Eid prayers at Lahore's Qaddafi Stadium; restriction imposed for first time in several years

In March, Saeed was barred by the government from delivering weekly Friday sermon at Jamia Masjid Qadsia, the JuD headquarters in Lahore.

Sadhvi Pragya Singh responds to EC notice, says she did not insult any 'martyr', only described torture she faced
Politics

Sadhvi Pragya Singh responds to EC notice, says she did not insult any 'martyr', only described torture she faced

The statement by Pragya Singh Thakur was in response to a notice from the EC over her remark about Hemant Karkare, who was killed in the 26/11 terror attack.

Hotel Mumbai: Dev Patel's film on 26/11 fails to find distributors in India due to 'sensitive content', legal tussles
Entertainment

Hotel Mumbai: Dev Patel's film on 26/11 fails to find distributors in India due to 'sensitive content', legal tussles

Hotel Mumbai, originally scheduled to hit theatres worldwide on 29 March, has still not been released in India

Hotel Mumbai: Dev Patel's film pulled from New Zealand theatres following Christchurch terror attack
Entertainment

Hotel Mumbai: Dev Patel's film pulled from New Zealand theatres following Christchurch terror attack

The release of Hotel Mumbai has been suspended till 28 March in New Zealand in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack

Hotel Mumbai: Dev Patel, Armie Hammer's drama based on 26/11 attacks to release in India on 29 March
Entertainment

Hotel Mumbai: Dev Patel, Armie Hammer's drama based on 26/11 attacks to release in India on 29 March

Hotel Mumbai had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival 2018 on 7 September and received positive reviews for its portrayal of the 26/11 attacks.

Pakistan turns down visa request of United Nations team seeking to interview JuD chief Hafiz Saeed
World

Pakistan turns down visa request of United Nations team seeking to interview JuD chief Hafiz Saeed

Hafiz Saeed was listed under UN Security Council Resolution 1267 in December 2008 after the Mumbai terror attack in which 10 Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists killed 166 people.

Narendra Modi remains true to word; IAF strikes on JeM camps in Pakistan show sea change in govt policy from UPA era
India

Narendra Modi remains true to word; IAF strikes on JeM camps in Pakistan show sea change in govt policy from UPA era

The IAF strikes at JeM camps in Pakistan show a change in the line of thinking (act and react strongly) under the Narendra Modi government as compared to the UPA era when the govt was undecided on striking at Pakistan even after the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks

26/11 anniversary: Marginal improvements in intelligence-gathering can't compensate for colossal gaps in policing system
India

26/11 anniversary: Marginal improvements in intelligence-gathering can't compensate for colossal gaps in policing system

The reality is, lessons, if learned, are soon forgotten. We quickly slide back into apathy and sluggishness.

Indian Army 'capable and ready' to tackle big terror attack like 26/11 whenever required, says General Bipin Rawat
India

Indian Army 'capable and ready' to tackle big terror attack like 26/11 whenever required, says General Bipin Rawat

The Army is capable of taking action whenever told to do so, Army chief General Bipin Rawat has said, asserting that there will never be a situation where it will not be able to tackle a big terror attack like 26/11.

Tathagata Roy scraps tweet saying '26/11 attackers spared Muslims': Meghalaya governor no stranger to courting controversy
India

Tathagata Roy scraps tweet saying '26/11 attackers spared Muslims': Meghalaya governor no stranger to courting controversy

Meghalaya governor Tathagata Roy later admitted that his tweet on 26/11 Mumbai attacks was factually wrong and issued an apology on Twitter.

Did India learn its lessons from 26/11 Mumbai attacks? No, acute police shortage part of system-wide malaise
India

Did India learn its lessons from 26/11 Mumbai attacks? No, acute police shortage part of system-wide malaise

Ten years ago, this day, the world watched as the Lashkar-e-Taiba's 26/11 assault team savagely exposed India's doddering police system. The killers faced police personnel armed with nothing but lathis, lacking even the rudiments of counter-terrorism training.