Diplomatic victory in sight: How India is ensuring 26/11 accused Rana is extradited

New Delhi, Jan 15: While at first it was being stated that India would have to wait a while longer before it could extradite Tahawwur Rana, news coming in now suggests that the process would be completed sooner.

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NIA may get to question David Headley soon

New Delhi, Jan 3: The United States has shown its commitment to cooperate with the Indian investigating agencies to punish those involved in the Mumbai 26/11 attacks. This includes David Headley, the Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist who had carried out a survey of the targets, which were attacked on 26/11.

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No Lashkar in Afghanistan, no Al-Qaeda in India: The result was Mumbai 26/11

headley_1903413cNew Delhi, Nov 28: A couple of years before the Mumbai 26/11 attack took place, Ilyas Kashmiri the head of the 313 Brigade of the Al-Qaeda was in talks with David Coleman Headley.

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26/11 Convicted only in Mickey Mouse case, why India’s road to Rana is a tough one

New Delhi, Nov 27: Nearly two years after the Mumbai 26/11 attack, one of the biggest revelations to have come out is with regard to David Headley. The American agent who had turned rogue was the one who carried out the reconnaissance of the targets that the Lashkar-e-Tayiba hit in Mumbai.

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26/11 anniversary: Did David Headley survive the brutal attack on him?

Mumbai, Nov 26: One of the key players in the Mumbai 26/11 attack was David Coleman Headley. He was the one who conducted the reconnaissance of Mumbai, prepared videos, maps and handed it over to the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, which used it to target the city on the night of November 26 2008.

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26/11 10th anniversary: Something fishy at Machimarnagar

Mumbai, Nov 26: There was something unusual at Machimarnagar, Mumbai on November 25 2008. Some activity was on, but none in their wildest of dreams imagined what was about to strike in the next 24 hours.

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26/11: How Pakistan’s Musa company trains its maritime terrorists

Mumbai, Nov 26: The Mumbai 26/11 attack was one of the biggest sea borne strikes on the country. Ten terrorists of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba travelled to India from Pakistan by sea and launched an attack at various locations in Mumbai. Since then there has been sprucing up of maritime security. Intelligence agencies often warn that the next big attacks would take place from the sea as the coast is the toughest thing to guard.

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26/11 attack: Despite a bare it all confession, why Headley is still a mystery

Mumbai, Nov 26: How he came, how he operated and how he left. This continues to be a big mystery. David Coleman Headley, a US agent turned rogue is centric to the Mumbai 26/11 attack plot. He was the man who came several times to India to conduct a reconnaissance of the targets that the Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists were supposed to hit. Not once was this man on the radar of the Indian Intelligence agencies. He came to Mumbai befriended high profile personalities, went about his job without being suspected or detected even once.

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26/11: With no last wish, Kasab struggled as he was hanged

Mumbai, Nov 26: One of the biggest successes of the security agencies was catching Ajmal Kasab alive. Out of the ten terrorists who stormed Mumbai, ten years back on November 26 2008, Kasab was the only terrorist to have been caught alive.

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Is 26/11 plotter Sajid Mir a myth? No, he is now spearheading the Karchi Project at Muridke

Mumbai, Nov 26: When this correspondent once asked a Pakistan journalist about Sajid Mir alias Sajeed Majeed, he said that the man in question is a maulvi in Pakistan and there is nothing more to him. It was quite evident that in Pakistan under the watchful eyes of the ISI, it is very hard to tell the truth especially when it comes to naming strategic assets who are used to attack India.

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