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A police personnel shows a photograph of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) Commander Aasif Maqbool Bhat, during a press conference, in Srinagar. The terrorist was killed in a brief encounter in Sopore in the valley's Baramulla district.

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Pakistani cleric Hafiz Saeed, the founder of the outlawed Lashkar-e-Taiba group, which was blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed 166 people, addresses at a mosque in Lahore, Pakistan. Saeed, a radical cleric wanted by the United States, urged followers to hold rallies across Pakistan to condemn the Supreme Court decision that acquitted Asia Bibi, a Christian woman, who spent eight years on death row accused of blasphemy.

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Villagers look on at the debris of a damaged houses where three Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizbul Mujahideen militants were killed during an encounter with security forces, at Redwani area of Kulgam district in south Kashmir.

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Villagers douse fire from damaged house where three Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizbul Mujahideen militants were killed during an encounter with security forces, at Redwani area of Kulgam district in south Kashmir.

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Villagers look on at the debris of a damaged houses where three Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizbul Mujahideen militants were killed during an encounter with security forces, at Redwani area of Kulgam district in south Kashmir.

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Security personnel stand guard during a search operation after an LeT militant escaped from the police custody with the assailants after Lashkar-e-Taiba militants attacked SMHS hospital, in Srinagar.

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Pakistani cleric and head of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa charity, Hafiz Saeed addresses a news conference in Lahore, Pakistan. The radical Pakistani cleric wanted by the United States and released from detention last year claims he is not involved in any illegal activities and is inviting the United Nations to visit the offices of his charity in Lahore. Saeed founded Lashker-e-Taiba, which was blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed 166 people.

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Suspected LeT terrorist Bilal Ahmed Kawa (37), linked in the 2000 Red Fort attack case, being taken to court by policemen of the special cell from Lodhi Road Special Cell office in New Delhi.

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One of the eight members of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) who were awarded life imprisonment by a local court in Jaipur. The court had convicted the militants on November 30 for conspiracy, recruitment of terror activists and being members of a terrorist organisation.

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Majid Arshid, the footballer-turned militant, being presented before the media during a joint press conference at Awantipora in Pulwama district of South Kashmir. Arshid has surrendered before security forces.

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Policemen hold a man, whom they say is Atta Mohammad Malik and one among the three rebels arrested by police as they present him before the media inside the police headquarters in Srinagar.

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Policemen hold a man, Shamsul Vikaar and one among the three rebels arrested by police as they present him before the media inside the police headquarters in Srinagar.

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Lashkar-e-Toiba militant Shamsul Vikaar, being presented by the police in a joint press conference with the Army and CRPF, in Srinagar.

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Lashkar-e-Toiba militant Khurseed being presented by police at a joint press conference with Army and CRPF, in Srinagar.

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People offer prayers at the funeral of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) top commander Waseem Shah who was killed along with his associate during an encouter in Pulwama, at Heff Shirmal in Shopian district of South Kashmir.

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Alleged Lashkar-e-Taiba bomb expert Abdul Karim being produced at a court in Sonipat. Tunda was sentenced to life imprisonment for his role in the 1996 Sonipat blast case and fined Rs 1 lakh.

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The funeral of Arif Dar, who was killed along with Abu Dujana

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The house in a ­village in J&K’s Pulwama district where Lashkar commander Abu Dujana was killed

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Villagers standing on the debris of a house which was destroyed during a gunbattle between security forces and militants in Hakhri Pora in Pulwama District.

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Villagers near the house which was destroyed during a gunbattle between security forces and militants in Hakhri Pora in Pulwama District. Two top Lashkar-e-Toiba (LET) militants were killed in the encounter.

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Village women watching the funeral procession of Shoukat Ahamad Lohar, one of the three Let militants, who were killed in a gunfight with security forces near Brakpora last night, at Arwani in Anantnag district of south Kashmir.

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Villagers gather for the funeral procession of Shoukat Ahamad Lohar, one of the three Let militants, who were killed in a gunfight with security forces near Brakpora last night, at Arwani in Anantnag district of south Kashmir.

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Police arrests Lashkar-e-Taiba militant Sandeep Kumar Sharma, resident of Uttar Pradesh, from the same house where LeT commander Bashir Lashkari was killed on July 1, at a press conference in Srinagar.

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A man takes picture with his cellphone as villagers display the body of Rayees Ahmad Dar, a suspected militant of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) during his funeral in Kakpora village, Kashmir.

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Villagers shout pro-freedom slogans during a protest near funeral of Rayees Ahmad Dar, a suspected militant of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in Kakpora village, south of Srinagar, Kashmir.

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Villagers display the body of Rayees Ahmad Dar, a suspected militant of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) during his funeral in Kakpora village, south of Srinagar, Kashmir.

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Villagers hold a banner as others shout pro freedom slogans during the funeral of Rayees Ahmad Dar, a suspected militant of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in Kakpora village south of Srinagar, Kashmir.

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An army officer near the bodies of five Lashkar-e-Toiba militants who were killed during an encounter, at Lachipora in Kupwara district of north Kashmir.

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Protesters hold Pakistani and Lashkar-e-Taiba flags as they march towards city center before they were stopped by police during a protest march in central Srinagar, Kashmir.

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Public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam interacts with the media after David Headley deposed before a court through video link in the 26/11 case, in Mumbai.

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Kashmiri villagers shout pro freedom slogans during the funeral procession of Irshad Ahmad Ganai, a top Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) commander at Padgampora, south of Srinagar.

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File photos of two Lashker-e-Toiba (LeT) militants Gulzar Ahmad (L) and Showket Ahmad who were killed by the security forces in an encounter at Ratnipora in Pulwama district of South Kashmir.

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Army personnel heading towards the house where two Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants were hiding during an encounter at Radwani in Kulgam district of South Kashmir. **

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Army cordon off the house where two Lashkar-e-Taiba militants were hiding during an encounter at Radwani in Kulgam district of South Kashmir.

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Suspected LeT operative Irfan (centre) being produced before the media in New Delhi. He was arrested by Special Cell of Delhi Police last week from Bahraich district in Uttar Pradesh.

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Army soldiers take positions during a gunbattle with Lashkar-e-Taiba militants at Kaddar forest area of Kellar in Shopian district.

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Army jawans near the house where Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants were hiding during an encounter at Chenigam in Kulgam district of South Kashmir.

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Army personnel poses with the bodies of three Lashkar-e-Taiba militants, killed during an encounter at Wandarbal village in Handwara.

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Top operative of Lasher-e-Taiba Abdul Subhan who was allegedly involved in indoctrination and recruitment of youths and planning have been arrested by Delhi Police.

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Journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik with LeT founder and chief Hafiz Saeed.

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Army and Special Operation Group of J&K Police personnel near the body of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant Abu Ukasha Afghani who was killed during an encounter,at Handwara district in North Kashmir.

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A security person searches a damaged house where three Lashkar-e-Taiba militants were shot dead during an encounter, at Karewa Malino village in Shopian.

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Paramilitary soldiers arrive at the site of a gun-battle with Lashkar e Taiba on the outskirts of Srinagar.

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A security person during an encounter with Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants at Ahmed Nagar Soura, Srinagar.

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Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel display arms and ammunition recovered from the hideout of Lashker-e-Toiba (LeT) during an anti-militants operation, at Charar in Sopore.

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Arms and ammunition recovered from three terrorists who were killed in joint operation by Indian Army and JKP in Kathua in Jammu.

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A Pakistani boy holds a banner standing next to Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawwa and founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba militant group, while heading a protest to condemn U.S. drone attacks in Pakistan, in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawwa and founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba militant group, arrives for prayers of Eid al-Adha, in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Nailed Syed Abdul Karim ‘Tunda’, Lashkar operative and master jehadi recruiter

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File: Abdul Karim Tunda (c), alleged Lashkar-e-Taiba bomb expert, was assaulted by a man at Patiala House Court complex in New Delhi.

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Policemen in plain clothes surround Syed Abdul Karim alias Tunda, center, prior to him being escorted to court, in New Delhi. One of India's most wanted terrorist Tunda, an expert bomb maker of terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba, accused of masterminding over 40 bombings in the country, has been arrested by Delhi Police from the Indo-Nepal border after he was apparently deported from one of the Gulf countries.

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Abdul Karim Tunda alias Abdul Quddooss, one of India's top 20 wanted terrorists, at Delhi Police special cell, in New Delhi.

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Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, front right, chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawah and founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba, leads the Eid al-Fitr prayers in Lahore, Pakistan.

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People shake hands with Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, center right, chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawah and founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba, after the Eid al-Fitr prayers in Lahore, Pakistan.

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A file photograph of Commander of Lashkar-e-Toiba who was killed in an encounter with security forces at Narparistan Fateh Kadal in Srinagar.

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Shiv Sena activists shout slogans against Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front leader Yasin Malik, seen in photo at right, during a protest in Jammu. The protestors wanted the government to act against Malik, who had on Sunday along with Pakistan's religious group, Jamat-ud-Dawa, chief Hafiz Saeed, attended a hunger strike in Islamabad to protest against the hanging of Kashmiri man Mohammed Afzal Guru. Guru was hanged in New Delhi early Saturday following his conviction in a deadly attack on India's Parliament.

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A Passport copy of David Coleman Headley. India today said it will continue to press for extradition of David Headley from the US after the Pakistani-American LeT terrorist escaped death penalty for helping plot the 2008 Mumbai terror attack and sentenced to 35 years in jail by an American Court.

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LeT’s Hafiz Saeed at a Quetta rally. He has demanded action against saffron terror.

AFP (From Outlook 04 February 2013)

TAHAWWUR RANA, ex-Pak army doc and US-based businessman, gets 14 years in jail for providing LeT support and his part in the ’11 Danish newspaper attack conspiracy.

TV stills of David Headley. Pakistani-American LeT terrorist David Headley, who "unquestionably contributed" to the Mumbai attacks that claimed 166 lives, is set to be sentenced by a court here tonight, with US government seeking a lighter 30-35 years' jail term for him as he provided "valuable" information about the militant outfit.

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Kashmiri children watch the funeral procession of Shabir Ahmed Mir, a suspected militant of Lashkar-e-Taiba, in Chingam, some 60 kilometers south of Srinagar.

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Kashmiri villagers watch the funeral procession of Shabir Ahmed Mir, a suspected militant of Lashkar-e-Taiba, in Chingam, some 60 kilometers south of Srinagar. Thousands attended the funeral a day after Mir was killed in a gunbattle with government forces in the restive region.

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Combo File -- A picture of Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab (L) who is sentenced to death for 26/11 terror attack case and Sayed Zabiuddin alias Abu Jundal, one of the handlers in 26/11 Mumbai attacks. Kasab was confronted with Jundal at Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai where Kasab identified the latter as "one of the main conspirators" of the attack.

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Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai and his Pakistani counterpart Jalil Abbas Jilani shake hands after their joint press conference at Hyderabad House in New Delhi. Armed with evidence gathered from arrested LeT terrorist Abu Jundal, India today made it clear that taking action against the perpetrators of Mumbai attacks will be the "biggest confidence-building measure of all" by Pakistan, which rejected involvement of its state agencies in the 26/11 carnage.

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Fresh picture of Sayed Zabiuddin alias Abu Jundal, one of the handlers in 26/11 Mumbai attacks. He was arrested on June 21.

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A file combo image with an inset photo shows The Hotel Taj Mumbai during the terrorist siege on 26 November, 2008 and the inset photo of LeT terrorist Syed Zabiuddin alias Abu Jindal (top right), who was arrested by Delhi Police at the IGI Airport yesterday on June 25, 2012. Jindal admitted his active role in the 26/11 attack saying he had worked in close tandem with terror mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi. During his interrogation, Jindal confessed his role in the country's worst terror attack and admitted that he was present in the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) control room in Karachi and was giving direction to the 10 terrorists who carried out the strike. Delhi Police is likely to seek an extension of remand of Jindal, which may put a spanner in Mumbai Police's efforts to question him soon. Sources in Delhi Police said Jindal's role was being examined in the larger conspiracy behind the Jama Masjid attack in 2010, a fortnight ahead of the Commonwealth Games to "avenge" the Batla House encounter in which suspected Indian Mujahideen operatives were killed.

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File Photo of LeT terrorist Syed Zabiuddin alias Abu Jindal, who was arrested by Delhi Police at the IGI Airport yesterday on June 25, 2012. Jindal admitted his active role in the 26/11 attack saying he had worked in close tandem with terror mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi. During his interrogation, Jindal confessed his role in the country's worst terror attack and admitted that he was present in the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) control room in Karachi and was giving direction to the 10 terrorists who carried out the strike. Delhi Police is likely to seek an extension of remand of Jindal, which may put a spanner in Mumbai Police's efforts to question him soon. Sources in Delhi Police said Jindal's role was being examined in the larger conspiracy behind the Jama Masjid attack in 2010, a fortnight ahead of the Commonwealth Games to "avenge" the Batla House encounter in which suspected Indian Mujahideen operatives were killed.

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Hafiz Saeed (L) chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawa and founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba, addresses a rally with Abdur Rehman Makki, center and Amir Hamza to protest against the Pakistan government's decision to accord Most Favored Nation status to India, in Lahore, Pakistan. The MFN status will help both countries to break trade barriers.

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Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, center, chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawwa and founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba arrives to an anti U.S. and anti India rally organised by Pakistan Defense Council in Peshawar, Pakistan. The United States has offered a $10 million bounty for Hafiz who allegedly orchestrated the 2008 Mumbai attacks and has been directing an anti-American political movement in recent months.

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Supporters of a Pakistan students group 'Muttahidah Talba Mahaz' hold a rally in Karachi, Pakistan. Protesters condemned the United States for putting US$10 million bounty on Hafiz Saeed, founder of the Pakistani militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba.

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Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawwah and founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba, addresses a news conference with anti-American cleric Sami ul Haq in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Saeed, one of Pakistan's most notorious extremists mocked the United States during a defiant media conference close to the country's military headquarters, a day after the U.S. slapped a $10 million bounty on him.

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Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawah and founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba talks in Islamabad, Pakistan. The US has offered a $10 million bounty for a Pakistani militant leader who allegedly orchestrated the 2008 Mumbai attacks and has been directing an anti-American political movement in recent months.

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Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawah and founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba in Islamabad, Pakistan. The United States has offered a $10 million bounty for a Pakistani militant leader who allegedly orchestrated the 2008 Mumbai attacks and has been directing an anti-American political movement in recent months.

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People walk past the secretariat of Jamaat-ud-Dawah headed by Hafiz Mohammad Saeed in Lahore, Pakistan. The US has offered a $10 million bounty for Saeed, a decision welcomed by India, which hoped that this would prod Islamabad into taking action against the mastermind of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack that killed 166 people. Banner on the wall reads " How India, the killer of hundreds of thousands Muslims, could be a favorite nation.

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File photo of Pakistan-based Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. The US has announced a USD 10 million bounty on Hafiz Saeed, a move welcomed by India, which said it sends a strong signal to LeT and its "patrons" that the international community remains united in combating terrorism.

Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram addressing a press conference to present the Report Card of the Ministry of Home Affairs for the month of February, 2012, in New Delhi. A major terror network of Pakistan based Lashker-e-Taiba, planning to carry out attacks in crowded places of Delhi, has been busted and two of its cadres arrested. Chidambaram said that the two have been apprehended from the national capital and it is a "very important breakthrough".

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Kashmiri villagers carry the body of Ashiq Ahmed Shah, a suspected militant of Lashkar-e-Taiba, during his funeral procession in Panzgham some 52 kms south of Srinagar. Thousands attended the funeral of suspected rebel in Kashmir, after two rebels were killed in a gunbattle with government forces in the restive region, according to police.

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Terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba being taken away by police after a civil court pronounced the life imprisonment of the six terrorist for their involvement in the IISc attack in 2005, in Bangalore.

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Army Officers pay homage in front of the coffin of Lt Sushil Khajuria during a wreath laying ceremony in Jammu. He was killed in an encounter with suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists, at Air Force Station Jammu .

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Members of Jamiat Ahli Hadis hold placards during a protest in support of their demand for Transworld Muslim University and to punish the killers of Showket Ahmad Shah former president of Jamiat Ahli Hadis, who was killed by Lashkar-e-Toiba militants, at Badshah Chowk in Srinagar.

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Policemen stand around the body of Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Abdullah Uni after he was killed during a gunbattle in Sopore, J&K. Security forces engaged in a gunbattle with separatist rebels in Kashmir and killed Uni, one of the leaders of a rebel group that is blamed for the deadly 2008 Mumbai terror attack, police said.

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File photo of Abdullah Uni, the most wanted Lashkar-e-Taiba militant in Kashmir Valley, who was killed during an encounter at Sopore, 55 kms from Srinagar.

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Army Personnel taking position near the house where Abdullah Uni, the most wanted Lashkar-e-Taiba militant in Kashmir Valley was holed up, during an encounter at Sopore, 55 kms from Srinagar on Tuesday. Uni was gunned down in the encounter.

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Security forces personnel near the body of Abdullah Uni, the most wanted Lashkar-e-Taiba militant in Kashmir Valley, who was killed during an encounter at Sopore, 55 kms from Srinagar.

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Police escort suspected Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorists Thadiyantavide Naseer and Shafas, sentenced to life imprisonment by CBI court in the 2006 Kozhikode blast case in Kochi.

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File photo of self-styled District Commander of Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) Habib Gujjar alias Salmaan who was killed in a fierce gunbattle with security forces in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir.

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**FILE** Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Rana was acquitted by a Chicago court from the charges that he was involved in the Mumbai terror attacks.

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In this courtroom sketch, Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana is shown in federal court, in Chicago. The prosecution and the defence presented their final arguments for and against Tahawwur Rana's culpability in 26/11 Mumbai attacks, with the former pleading for justice to the Mumbai victims and the latter portraying the Pakistani-Canadian as a man duped by conman David Headley.

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Trial Exhibits - Street

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From left, photos of Zakhiur Rehman Lakhvi, LeT Commander; Sajid Majeed, LeT Commander and head of LeT's India setup and main handler of Headley; and Pakistani military officer Syed Abdur Rehman Hashim aka "Pasha" presented by prosecution before the Chicago Trial Court.

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Recce pictures of 26/11 targets of CST Stations (Photos of Mumbai terror targets in Mumbai presented by U S prosecutor in the trial of Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana at the Chicago Trial Court.

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US prosecutors submitted before the Chicago Court, two pages from Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley's diary containing telephone numbers.

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In this courtroom sketch, David Coleman Headley is shown in federal court, in Chicago. Headley, the government's main witness, is cooperating with prosecutors after pleading guilty to taking photos and videos of targets in Mumbai before the rampage that killed 160 people including six Americans over three days. Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana is accused of providing cover for Headley by allowing him to use his Chicago-based immigration services business as a cover when he travelled to India. Headley told a court that Pakistan's spy agency ISI helped terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba to execute the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

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In this courtroom sketch, Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana is shown in federal court as the prosecutor makes an opening argument, in Chicago. Rana is accused in the 2008 Mumbai rampage that left more than 160 people dead, and planning an attack that was never carried out on a Danish newspaper. He pleaded not guilty to the charges, including material support to terrorism.

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Hafiz Saeed, leader of the banned Islamic group Jamat-ud-Dawa flanked by party workers leaves premises in Islamabad, Pakistan. Hafiz Saeed is reported to have said that it is very sad that America is negotiating with the Taliban whom it has been beating for the last ten years but on the other hand the US continues drone attacks in Pakistan. This is its double standard and is only to serve its own purposes.

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People carrying the coffins of Akhtar and Arifa, the two sisters who were killed by Lashkar-e-Taiba, in Sopore, 52 kms from Srinagar.

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Women and children react as they watch the funeral procession of Akhtar and Arifa, the two sisters who were killed by Lashkar-e-Taiba, in Sopore, 52 kms from Srinagar.

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Women consoling the mother of Akhtar and Arifa, the two sisters who were killed by Lashkar-e-Toiba militants, during their funeral procession in Sopore, 52 kms from Srinagar.

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