26/11 Mumbai terror strikes conspirator David Headley attacked in US detention centre, but authorities refuse to comment
The US authorities refused to comment on Monday on media reports that Pakistani-American convict in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack case David Coleman Headley was battling for his life after being attacked by inmates at a detention centre.
A special court in Mumbai trying the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks case issued non-bailable warrant against an assistant commissioner of Delhi Police's special cell for non-appearance in the court
Osama bin Laden closely followed developments in Kashmir and trial of Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks case
It has been eight years since 10 terrorists entered Mumbai and caused havoc across South Mumbai. Here's a recount of the events during the 26/11 attacks.
Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley liked Osama bin Laden's theory of having several women in one's life but found Pakistani women to be cumbersome than those from Arab countries, says a new book.
The Supreme Court will hear a public interest litigation (PIL) seeking suo motu contempt action against former home minister P. Chidambaram for perjury and misleading the apex court and the Gujarat High Court on alleged LeT links of Ishrat Jahan.
Key 26/11 plotter Sayed Zabiuddin Ansari alias Abu Jundal's lawyer on Monday informed a court in Mumbai that he wanted to cross-examine Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley for four days.
Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley today said that his handlers told him that "nothing will happen against" Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi and Hafiz Saeed and that actions taken by Pakistan Federal Investigation Agency against them and other LeT members in 26/11 case are "superficial".
Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley on Thursday continued his deposition for the third day before a court in Mumbai.
The trial of the Mumbai terror attack case in Pakistan is moving at a very slow pace with frequent disruption and change of judges.
There has always been nagging skepticism in the Indian intelligence agencies about the role of the US in combating terrorism in the South Asia region.
The deposition of American-Pakistani terrorist David Coleman Headley was on Wednesday delayed due to a technical snag in the video conference.
Headley, who played a critical role in facilitating the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, has already been pardoned by the Indian court on the plea that he would reveal all about the role of his Pakistani handlers
Mumbai terror attack accused Abu Jundal has opposed the police's application seeking documents pertaining to David Coleman Headley.
On 18 November, the court had said that Headley must be produced through video conference on 10 December as it allowed the Mumbai Police's plea to make him an accused.
In a significant development, a Mumbai Sessions Court has allowed the prosecution to include Pakistani-American terror suspect David Coleman Headley as an accused in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, Special Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam said on Wednesday.
The guidelines for schools will include asking them to prepare an escape plan for children in case of terror attack, how to prevent hostage situation, how to raise alarm and shut doors and gates in case of an emergency.
A Delhi court has issued fresh non-bailable warrants against Pakistani-American David Coleman Headley, his accomplice Tahawwur Rana, LeT founder Hafiz Saeed and 26/11 attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, who are accused of carrying out several terror attacks in India.
A document from a file received by the Home Minister reveals that 26/11 conspirator David Coleman Headley did know about Ishrat Jahan.
Government sources said though India got access to Headley, the US has not given any opportunity to question Pakistani-Canadian Rana, Headley's US-based wife Shazia, his girlfriend Portia Peter and one more female friend.