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Expected: Kasab guilty; Unexpected: 2 acquitted
Pakistani gunman Ajmal Kasab was today found guilty of waging war against India, conspiracy and murder and will learn tomorrow if he will be hanged, but his two Indian co-accused have been acquitted. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak to examine providing help to Kasab if he seeks
Updated May 4 2010, 03.00 PM (IST)
Pakistan has said that it will examine the issue of providing assistance to Ajmal Kasab, convicted by an Indian court for involvement in the 2008 Mumbai attack...  | Read.. 
 
Map stains police claims
The acquittal of the two Indians may offer solace to those troubled by suggestions of a “home-grown” factor in the 26/11 attacks but the prosecution and Mumbai ...  | Read.. 
 
In DU, storekeeper smarter
An elaborate 36-day exercise involving an eight-member Delhi University faculty committee cleared the sale of a radiation-spewing instrument as scrap, lifting an unofficial t ...  | Read.. 
 
BJP signals blur picture
The four BJP ministers in the Shibu Soren government attended a cabinet meeting in Ranchi today even as party seniors in Delhi insisted that they had been instructed otherwis ...  | Read.. 
 
Devika Rotawan,11, who was disabled by Kasab’s bullet, walks past the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai, one of the carnage sites, on Monday. (AP)
Expected: Kasab guilty; Unexpected: 2 acquitted
 
 
“The nature of training given to Kasab, the large quantity of arms, ammunition prove beyond reasonable doubt that this is not a simple case of murder or attempt to murder... It was part of a larger conspiracy to wage war against the nation"
M.L. TAHALIYANI

Protest halts airport traffic
More than 1,000 residents of Mahishgot and Dhalipara in New Town near Salt Lake’s Sector V bloc ...  | Read..
SC caps Mahatma pens from Montblanc
The Supreme Court today directed Montblanc from selling Mahatma Gandhi-embossed pens in India a ...  | Read..
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