On the fourth anniversary of the 26/11 Mumbai carnage, Germany on Monday joined the country in mourning the victims of the "despicable" strike and said the country stands united in the international efforts to combat terrorism.
After India and the US, it will be the turn of Pakistan to bring perpetrators the 26/11 attack to justice but the country’s attitude so far is uninspiring. Rajesh Ahuja
Days after the execution of Pakistani national Ajmal Amir Kasab for the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, the people of Pakistan are in a celebratory mode.
"The first thing that comes to my mind is what happened is good. We are happy that we have got justice," wife of a railway ticket collector, who was killed in the 26/11 Mumbai carnage, said today reacting to Pakistan terrorist Ajmal Kasab's hanging.
There is still little clarity on the case that is being pursued in Pakistan against some of those accused of planning and executing the Mumbai attacks. Last week, intelligence officials testified that they had proof that the accused were involved in the planning of the attacks from various cities and towns of Pakistan. Imtiaz Ahmad
Security has been beefed up at all vital installations in India and abroad — especially the Indian high commission in Islamabad — following the execution of the lone surviving 26/11 attacker, Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab on Wednesday. HT
After Ajmal Kasab’s execution, it will now be the turn of the US to bring two more terror suspects, David Coleman Headley and Tahawwur Hussain Rana, to justice in the next two months.
India today said it is important to bring to justice the Mumbai terror attacks perpetrators in Pakistan, including LeT founder Hafiz Saeed, not only to bring a closure for Indians but also to prevent yet another attack.
Lone surviving 26/11 terrorist Ajmal Kasab was executed this week. But the debate over who should pay to keep him alive, lives on. Aloke Tikku
LeT founder Hafiz Mohammad Saeed led a gathering of thousands in offering funeral prayers for Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving terrorist involved in the Mumbai attacks who was hanged earlier this week, a media report said on Saturday.
Having eliminated Osama bin Laden, the US must target more and more terrorist leaders based in Pakistan, says a new book released here.
Killing a ‘bad’ man for the ‘right’ reason can never be a tasteful affair. But it can be conducted and savoured without perverse pleasure, writes Indrajit Hazra
For people at the four sites with the highest casualties during the 26/11 attacks four years ago, the hanging of Ajmal Kasab earlier this week has brought relief but also sparked questions. Pankti Mehta, Aarefa Johari, Suprateek Chatterjee
and Humaira Ansari
More than six years after the July 11, 2006 train blasts that took place along the Western suburban railway line, not a single hospital is equipped to handle severe trauma cases.