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David Headley

Mumbai Musings

Mar 28, 2016 Prachi Pinglay-Plumber

It is common for prisoners to try for interim relief citing urgent or emergency situations. Holi, is just not one of them.

The Headley Hearings

Feb 13, 2016 Prachi Pinglay-Plumber

Our reporter listens in to Headley's deposition via videoconferencing in the TADA court in South Mumbai

'As If We Are All David Headley'

The Indian government views half a million US citizens of Pakistani origin as terrorists. The Indian government sees him as representing us – Headley, who wasn’t even born in Pakistan.

Getting Real

Jan 26, 2013 B. Raman

The MHA must have the honesty to admit that as a result of its bad handling of the Headley case, the extradition door has been closed for ever. But an option of limited utility still remains open

Covering Up An Iceberg

Neither in the narrative of the FBI nor in that of the NIA is there much reference to the Indian cells of Headley and Rana. No attempt has been made to identify them and question them.

12 June, 2011

The Case Against Rana

B. Raman

The Pakistanis cited in the indictments as the co-conspirators would be the beneficiaries of the acquittal of Rana in respect of the charges relating to the 26/11 terrorist strikes.

27 May, 2011

On The Headley Chase

B. Raman

The detailed testimony of David Coleman Headley of the Chicago cell of the Lashkar-e-Toiba in the ongoing case against Tahawuur Hussain Rana spotlights the two-pronged strategy by the FBI and what India's response should be

24 May, 2011

Interrogation Report Of David Coleman Headley

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.

25 May, 2011

The 26/11 Co-Conspirator Statements

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"

09 May, 2011

The ISI Hand

The home ministry today formally placed their dossier of information on accused, including Major Iqbal, a suspected ISI officer, named in Second Charge-Sheet Filed by US Government in 2008 Mumbai Blasts Case, in the public domain

28 April, 2011

ISI: Under The Scanner

B. Raman

Is the US gradually moving towards officially declaring the ISI as a sponsor of terrorism?

26 April, 2011

ABCD Of 26/11 Masterminds

B. Raman

As the FBI reveals the identities of four of the ringleaders of the Pakistan-based conspiracy for the planning and execution of the 26/11 terrorist strikes, fresh questions crop up

26 August, 2010

What If USA Is Seen As An Exporter Of Terrorism?

The CIA's 'Red Cell' memo cites several cases of alleged terrorist acts by US citizens, including Pakistani-American David Headley

06 July, 2010
Hafiz Saeed was out on the streets of Lahore, rubbing shoulders with Pakistan's other

Out In The Open

Ajit Kumar Singh

Islamabad continues to support and protect LeT and Hafiz Saeed, confirming that no fresh order has been issued to ban them or other militant groups working under new names despite mounting evidence

30 May, 2010

The Headley Interrogation Charade

B. Raman

If the US protestations about the high priority attached to relations with India were sincere and honest, one would have expected a similar urgency shown to us as they adopted after l'affaire Faisal Shahzad

19 March, 2010

Plea Agreement

David Coleman Headley

Thd Plea Agreement between the United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, PATRICK J. FITZGERALD, and defendant DAVID COLEMAN HEADLEY

24 March, 2010

Curiouser And Curiouser

B. Raman

India seems still undecided whether it should insist on “interrogation” or should accept “testimony” even though it may not be as satisfactory.

21 March, 2010

Oppose The Plea Bargain

B. Raman

The relatives of any of those kiiled by the terrorists in 26/11 should appeal to the court not to accept the plea bargain, but to go ahead with the trial in order to find out the full truth behind what happened in Mumbai

Photo Gallery

Sarabjit Singh, accused in the murder of Lakhbir Singh near farmers' protest at Kundli border, being produced in a court in Sonipat.

PTI Photo

Security personnel stand guard near the site of an encounter with militants at the Nar Khas forest area in Poonch.

PTI Photo

Expelled AIADMK leader VK Sasikala pays tribute at former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa's memorial at Marina Beach, in Chennai. Sasikala visited the memorial for the first time after being released from...

PTI Photo/R Senthil Kumar

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and others during the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting to discuss the current political situation, upcoming Assembly polls, and organisational elections, at AICC...

PTI Photo

Congress Interim President Sonia Gandhi with party leader Rahul Gandhi and others during the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting to discuss the current political situation, upcoming Assembly polls, and...

PTI Photo/Kamal Singh

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