Three persons were killed and 24 others injured when the powerful car bomb exploded outside Saeed's residence at the Board of Revenue (BOR) Housing Society in Johar Town in Lahore on June 23. No group claimed responsibility for the blast.
On November 26, 2008, 10 armed terrorists belonging to Lashkar-e-Taiba sailed to India’s financial capital unleashing one of the most brutal attacks in the history of the country, killing 166 people and injuring 300 others. Among those who lost their lives were members of India’s security forces, three railway officials of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, and foreign nationals.
Yes Bank's co-founder Ashok Kapur was killed in the 26/11 terrorist attacks in Mumbai
The 37-nation FATF at its plenary meeting in Paris last week placed Pakistan on a watch list of the countries where terrorist outfits are still allowed to raise funds.
Lahore police chief Capt (R) Amin Wains said the "target of blast was police".
Moshe was two years old when his parents Rivka and Gavriel Holtzberg were killed during the 2008 attacks on Nariman House.
India has asked Pakistan to re-investigate the 2008 Mumbai terror attack case and put on trial Jammat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed who is currently under house arrest in Lahore under the anti-terrorism law.
Maharashtra government has refused to foot the Rs 19.28 crore bill sent by ITBP towards reimbursing expenses for guarding 26/11 terrorist Ajmal Kasab lodged in the Arthur Road jail in Mumbai and wants Centre to waive the amount.
Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab facing death penalty for the 2008 Mumbai terror attack claimed in the Supreme Court he was brainwashed like a "robot" into committing the heinous crime in the name of "God" and that he does not deserve capital punishment owing to his young age.
The 2008 terror attack on Mumbai has been listed by the US Army among 10 other such episodes in its detailed illustrative note on anti-terrorism prepared for its counter-terror officials.