Yasin Bhatkal, the Indian Mujahideen commander and arguably India’s most wanted man, is believed to have planted the 2nd bomb in Hyderabad’s Dilsukhnagar area on Thursday. Presley Thomas
reports. Bomber's cycle had white mudguard
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A man caught on camera on a bicycle with a distinct white mudguard and metal container near one of the Dilsukhnagar blast sites minutes before Thursday’s explosions could be one of the two suspects investigators are looking for.
Lok Sabha member from Hyderabad Asaduddin Owaisi, a London-trained lawyer who is the head of the Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen, wants a quick and fair probe into Thursday’s twin blasts. Abhishek Sharan
Three days after the terror attack in Hyderabad, which claimed 16 lives, Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh visited the city on Sunday. HT reports.
Union home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde today said the culprits involved in the Hyderabad blast, which killed 16 persons and left several injured, would be booked soon.
Terming the Hyderabad twin blasts a reaction to executions of terror convicts Ajmal Kasab and Afzal Guru, Union home minister Sushilkumar Shinde today stressed the need for the anti-terror hub and said he will talk to various chief ministers who were opposed to it.
Investigators are believed to have obtained certain 'clear clues' based on CCTV footage at the site of the twin blasts in Hyderabad and questioning of some jailed terror suspects even as a letter purportedly written by LeT claimed responsibility. Hyderabad blasts reaction to Kasab, Afzal hanging: Shinde
Police along with Intelligence Bureau officials today conducted search operations in some areas here on information that certain persons having links with the Hyderabad blasts had come to the seashore town.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today visited Hyderabad's blast sites and hospitals where the injured are being treated to express "solidarity" with the people of the city and appealed for peace and calm. I share the grief of the people of Hyderabad: PM
Despite its high-profile attacks, IM remains a shadowy presence. It has about 50 members on the run. Its members maintain absolute operational secrecy, shunning phone conversations and using only coded emails. Rajesh Ahuja
The mark of the Indian Mujahideen on the Hyderabad blasts seemed clearer Saturday with three IM operatives emerging as prime suspects, even as the probe got a boost from CCTV footage of a man with a bag riding a bicycle to one of the blast sites. Presley Thomas
reports. Police get 'vital clues', 15 teams formed
India should launch speedy investigations into the Hyderabad blasts but the probe should not discriminate against minorities, the London-based Amnesty International has said.
Public perception put the secret hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru on February 9 as the reason behind Thursday’s twin blasts in Hyderabad, Abhishek Sharan reports.
Sketches of two suspected bomb-planters, based on eyewitness accounts, were prepared for verification on Saturday by counter-terrorism investigators probing Thursday's twin blasts in Hyderabad's Dilsukhnagar area.
Two days after the twin blasts at Dilsukhnagar in Hyderabad, shopkeepers and locals are determined to get life back to normalcy. While curious locals continued to throng the blast site, shopkeepers decided to open their shops on Saturday, Presley Thomas and Anshuman Poyrekar report.