July 18, 2011
by Jonathan Cohen
JURIST Guest Columnist Kevin Govern of Ave Maria School of Law says that the most recent bombings in India and the furor over the "targeted killing" of Osama Bin Laden raise questions about US-Pakistani relations and places the legality of US aid to Pakistan into doubt...The world has been left to ...[read more]
November 8, 2006
by Joshua Pantesco
India will try the 19 suspects in the July Mumbai train bombings case using special courts to speed up the legal process, the leader of the Mumbai Police anti-terrorism squad told Reuters Wednesday. India's legal system is notoriously slow, and special courts are often used in high-profile ...[read more]
July 24, 2006
by Jaime Jansen
Indian authorities on Sunday arrested a fourth suspect in the July 11 Mumbai train bombings that killed over 180 people. Authorities arrested Dr. Tanyir Ansari late Sunday after several days of questioning in connection to the bombings. The Press Trust of India reports that Ansari is an alleged ...[read more]
July 21, 2006
by Jaime Jansen
Indian authorities arrested three men Friday in connection with the July 11 Mumbai train bombings that killed over 180 people. The three suspects arrested by authorities- Khaleel Aziz Sheikh, Kamal Ahmed Ansari and Mumtaz Ahmed Chowdhury- are not the same three suspects Indian authorities named... ...[read more]
July 16, 2006
by Brett Murphy
L.K. Advani, leader of India's opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), said in a speech Sunday in Bhopal that the July 11 Mumbai train bombings were a fallout of repealing the country's Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA), set aside by the now-ruling United Progressive Allianc... ...[read more]
July 14, 2006
by Jaime Jansen
Indian officials have named three suspects in Tuesday's Mumbai train bombings that killed some 180 people in seven different coordinated blasts after authorities detained 350 people for questioning Thursday. The suspects- Sayyad Zabiuddin and Zulfeqar Fayyaz named Thursday and a third man ...[read more]
July 13, 2006
by Jaime Jansen
Indian authorities have detained approximately 350 people for questioning in connection with Tuesday's Mumbai train bombings, which killed over 200 people and wounded 700. Police Inspector S. Goshal said Thursday that none of the detainees have been formally arrested or charged, but that ...[read more]

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