Full Coverage - 26/11: Kasab trial
Photographs of Lashkar-e-Taiba training camps in Sindh and motorboats used by the 10 terrorists who attacked Mumbai are among evidence presented to an anti-terrorism court conducting the trial of seven Pakistanis charged with involvement in the 2008 strikes.
Tuesday , 4 December '12A Pune-based RTI activist has been denied information on the interaction of Ajmal Kasab with jail officials from the moment he was informed that his clemency plea has been denied to the time he was hanged. Vihar Durve had filed an RTI application to the jail officials at Yerawada and Arthur Road Prison.
Wednesday , 28 November '12A notice, which was stuck to the restroom wall at Ghaziabad court complex, created panic on the premises on Tuesday.
Saturday , 24 November '12Kasab was part of a team of 10 LeT terrorists who killed 166 people during 2008 Mumbai attacks.
Friday , 23 November '12Press quoted from social networking sites and various reports about Kasab’s health in Indian media.
Thursday , 22 November '12Buxar central jail is the sole provider of rope for capital punishment in north and eastern India.
Thursday , 22 November '12Surprised at India's super-quick execution of Kasab, shocked Taliban vow revenge.
Thursday , 22 November '12Even as Ajmal Kasab was lodged in one of the Anda cells in Yerawada Central Prison for two days before being hanged on Wednesday morning, jail inmates said they did not have any inkling of the development.
Thursday , 22 November '12Last execution was of Amrutlal Joshi in 1996
Thursday , 22 November '12Shifting of Ajmal Kasab from Mumbai to Yerawada jail in Pune on Monday and his hanging and burial in Yerawada jail two days later was done in so much secrecy in an operation codenamed Operation X that almost all top officials in Pune were kept out of the loop.
Thursday , 22 November '12‘Transfer of Kasab to Pune from Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai was one of the most finely worked out operations ever’
Thursday , 22 November '12Ajmal Kasab was checked every week by a team of four doctors, a psychiatrist, a general physician, a skin specialist and a surgeon from the J J Hospital for the last four years.
Thursday , 22 November '12Officials who dealt with Kasab during his last 24 hours in Mumbai said he showed neither remorse nor worry while being shifted to Pune.
Thursday , 22 November '12The operation for the disposal of the nine bodies was meticulously planned, with a team of policemen hand-picked for the job and warned of “criminal proceedings” against them if they leaked a whiff of the operation.
Thursday , 22 November '12The news of Ajmal Kasab’s hanging was a bittersweet moment of jubilation for not just the family of the victims who were killed on that fateful November night, but also the employees of the Cama and Albless Hospital, who were attending to patients at that time.
Thursday , 22 November '12Suresh Khopde, retired Special Inspector General of Police, who had “interrogated” Ajmal Kasab a couple of months after his arrest, said the Pakistani terrorist never regretted what he did.
Thursday , 22 November '12As soon as he switched on the television set and saw the “breaking news” on Ajmal Kasab being hanged on Wednesday morning, 58-year-old Ali Khoja rushed to the Yerawada jail, which is located just a stone’s throw away.
Thursday , 22 November '12“We should never forget or forgive,” said Jayant Umranikar, retired IPS officer and former Pune Police Commissioner commenting on the execution of Ajmal Kasab. Cautioning that it is not the closure of 26/11, and reminding that Kasab was just a ‘pawn’ he said it was time to bring to justice the real architects of the 26/11 attacks.
Thursday , 22 November '12Islamabad has said it had not received any request from Kasab’s family to bring back his body.
Thursday , 22 November '12Though special police nakas were set up in the Muslim-dominated Malerkotla following the execution of Ajmal Kasab — the lone surviving Pakistani terrorist in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks — the residents welcomed the decision.