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7/11 blasts trial to resume tomorrow

The trial is set to resume in a special MCOCA court against 13 arrested accused, alleged to be SIMI members.


7/11: Rlys security plan on paper only

Saturday , 12 July '08

Two years after the 7/11 attack, a suburban railway system where not much has changed in terms of security...
A year later, charges framed but trial after Aug 21

Wednesday , 8 August '07

A YEAR after a series of blasts on Mumbai’s local trains killed 187 people and injured over 800, charges have been framed against 13 arrested...
Second repaired coach to be back on tracks soon

Wednesday , 8 August '07

After one of the seven coaches damaged in the 7/11 train blasts got back on track on July 11, a second coach has been repaired...
7/11 accused seek transfer of case to another court

Tuesday , 7 August '07

Special MCOCA Judge Mrudula Bhatkar on Monday read out charges against the 13 accused in the 7/11 blasts case, even as they moved applications seeking transfer of the case to another court.
PM takes stock of 7/11 probe

Friday , 13 July '07

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday reviewed the progress of investigations into the 7/11 Mumbai blasts.
They travel together and ensure no one goes alone

Thursday , 12 July '07

When Jatin Dhameliya (27) says he “completes one year of life today”, his friends, fellow passengers on board Wednesday’s Bhayendar Fast, understand.
10,000 pages, Many unanswered questions

Thursday , 12 July '07

ATS chargesheet vague on alleged Pakistan connection, silent on use of pressure cookers, fuzzy on RDX transportation and funding
Prawara Patil now works as a signal operator.
A year later, women of 7/11 are still picking up the pieces

Wednesday , 11 July '07

Doing difficult jobs and sharing the grief of other blast victims, these women have found their reasons to ove on
‘There’s no fear. You can’t work like that in Mumbai’

Wednesday , 11 July '07

Business development executive Alpesh Kondhalkar (26) was injured in the Khar train blast last year
Motormen still struggling to get over horrors of 7/11

Wednesday , 11 July '07

Papa, don’t go by local train, isme bomb fatta hai,” V K Majhi’s son Rupesh pleads before him every day when he leaves for work.
All that Khan remembers are his daughters

Wednesday , 11 July '07

Ashfaq Khan lost his memory after remaining in coma for three months
ANATOMY OF EVIL

Wednesday , 11 July '07

13 arrested, kingpin Azam Cheema among 15 still absconding, framing of charges on July 30
Farah Baria
Dead on Arrival

Tuesday , 10 July '07

Thought for the first anniversary of 7/11: Surely terrorism took its cue from the casual savagery on Mumbai’s trains
A year after 7/11, Mumbai security plan still shunting at Rail Bhavan

Tuesday , 10 July '07

Red tape is shunting around Railways’ plans to enhance security at Mumbai’s train stations after the July 11 serial blasts last year.
7/11 serial blasts: Accused to be chargesheeted on July 30

Saturday , 23 June '07

The Special MCOCA Court has fixed July 30 as the date for framing of charges against the 13 accused in last year’s July 11 serial blasts case. Four accused—Dr Tanvir Ansari...
Framing of charges delayed in Mumbai train blasts

Thursday , 21 June '07

The process of framing charges against the 13 accused in last year's July 11 serial blasts has been delayed as three defence lawyers were not present in the court
With Railways, families try to put 7/11 behind

Thursday , 12 April '07

Mumbai Central Station doesn’t intimidate Katha anymore. For, after her husband Hriday was killed in the 7/11 train blasts, it has become her workplace.
7/11 Mumbai detainees on FBI’s terror list as well

Sunday , 14 January '07

Here are the photographs of some of the 7/11 accused in Mumbai prison; now in international terror dossier
In 7/11 chargesheet, ATS vague on cooker theory

Friday , 1 December '06

The Anti-Terrorism Squad today filed a 10,000-page chargesheet in the July 11 serial train blasts case, naming 30 accused, many of them Pakistanis but remained vague on use of pressure-cooker bombs.