A Delhi court on Tuesday framed conspiracy and other terror charges against Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his associate in a case related to the September 2008 serial blasts in Delhi that claimed 26 lives and left 135 people injured.
Students, under the banner of JNU Students' Union, were scheduled to protest outside Gujarat Bhawan, but police did not allow them and took their bus, in which they were travelling, to Jantar Mantar where they staged protest
In a major setback to Gujarat government, the Supreme Court had on 16 May acquitted all six convicts, including three condemned prisoners, in the 2002 Akshardham temple attack case, saying "the story of the prosecution crumbles down at every juncture".
The apex court held that sanction to prosecute the arrested persons under POTA was "void" on ground of non-application of mind and the sanction was illegal and invalid.
Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his aide Asadullah Akhtar were today chargesheeted by Delhi Police in connection with the September 2010 Jama Masjid terror attack case in which two Taiwani tourists had sustained bullet injuries.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today filed charge sheet against top Indian Mujahideen operatives, Yasin Bhatkal and Asadullah Akhtar in the February 2013 twin blast case.
A court in New Delhi granted Delhi Police 15 more days to complete its probe against Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his close aide Asadullah Akhtar in the 2010 Jama Masjid terror attack case.
The Indian Mujahideen was planning to attack the Akshardham temple in the national capital and the army cantonment area in Pune, the NIA has said in a charge sheet filed against the outfit's co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and three others.
The special cell of Delhi Police filed its supplementary charge sheet against Bhatkal and Akhtar before Additional Sessions Judge Daya Prakash who took cognisance of the final report and fixed the matter for further hearing on 3 March.
The NIA today filed its second charge sheet against Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his close associate Asadullah Akhtar in connection with a case of alleged conspiracy to carry out terror acts in the country.
Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) special judge A L Pansare rejected a plea by Bhatkal's state-appointed lawyer VB More for giving judicial custody to the accused.
Bhatkal and Akhtar were produced before Additional Sessions Judge Daya Prakash after expiry of police custody in a separate case and special cell of Delhi Police sought their custodial interrogation in the 2010 Jama Masjid attack.
Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his close aide Asadullah Akhtar were today remanded in custody of Delhi Police till December 20 by a court in connection with a September 13, 2008 serial blasts case here.
A Delhi court on Tuesday extended till 26 November the police custody of Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and close aide Asadullah Akhtar in connection with a case lodged in 2011 over allegations involving the setting up of an illegal arms factory.
Three members of the banned Indian Mujahideen (IM) conducted a "test blast" on the city outskirts two days before carrying out the deadly February 21 Dilsukhnagar twin blasts here, according to a disclosure statement of one of the accused
A startling disclosure by arrested Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal that his outfit carried out recce of nearly a dozen spots in Mumbai last month has prompted Maharashtra Police to beef up security.
A special MCOCA court today issued a transfer warrant to obtain custody of top Indian Mujahideen operative Yasin Bhatkal and his associate Asadullah Akhtar in connection with the 2011 triple blasts that killed 27 people.
Arrested terrorist Yasin Bhatkal is reported to have told his interrogators he was living in Nepal for the past six months and had readied around 100 hardcore associates who could do anything at his bidding.
Investigators questioning Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal have found a laptop and mobile phone from his possession which are expected to throw up vital clues in unraveling a number of terror modules.