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26/11 US V/s Rana
Source documents regarding the trial of Tahawuur Hussain Rana in the US, including the role of David Coleman Headley
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United States of America V/s Tahawwur Hussain Rana
One of the sealed documents that the US District Court allowed to be be made public under First Amendment and common law rights. This one is US "Government's Santiago Proffer"
May 25, 2011
For The Record
The 26/11 terror suspect currently in US custody was interrogated by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) from June 3-9, 2010 for a total of 34 hours.
May 24, 2011
BLOGS
Why Should I Rejoice?
Why Ajmal Kasab Should Not Have Been Hanged
'Abu Jundal': 26/11 Audio Intercepts
A Perfect Terrorist
Tahawwur Hussain Rana Trial Case
Pakistan’s Most Wanted Terrorists
Moral Inversion On Mumbai And Manhattan
Omar Sheikh, Hoax Caller
26/11: Sixty Hours Of Terror
More Headley Chase

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Never-before-seen images of a city under siege and after
Magazine | Nov 30, 2009
An unprecedented series of co-ordinated terror attacks targetting Mumbai's iconic landmarks leaves over 100 dead. And yet the city's horrors do not end with the night.
Web | Nov 27, 2008
Bruised and battered, but its indomitable spirit undaunted, the city resoundingly - and rudely - spat out its contempt for terrorists: by not behaving how they would have wished for. When words fail, clichés prevail: Maximum City, Yeh Hai Mumbai Meri Jaan, Salaam Bombay.
Web | Jul 12, 2006
Images and still shots from the remains of the day that shook Mumbai and left the country united in outrage and anger.
Web | Jul 11, 2006
The deafening blasts of two car bombs that exploded in two crowded areas of Mumbai in succession killing 45 people, and injuring over 150, echoed and reverbrated throughout India and beyond.
Web | Aug 25, 2003
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