2007 Samjhauta blasts case

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Pakistan trying to politicise Samjhauta Express blast case verdict: India

External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said there was a complete lack of understanding on the Pakistani side about how India's independent judiciary functions.

Samjhauta blast case verdict: All four walk free in attack that killed 68

The trial began in August 2012 and was conducted on 132 days. Several judges changed during the trial. The last one — Additional Sessions Judge Jagdeep Singh — was allotted the case in August 2018.

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Samjhauta Express blast case: Aseemanand, three others acquitted

Samjhauta Express blast case: At least 68 people were killed in the 2007 Samjhauta Express IED blasts. A total of 43 Pakistan citizens were killed in the terrorist attack.

Samjhauta blast case: NIA court adjourns hearing to March 18

The NIA was expected to file a response in the case to an application seeking permission to allow deposition of Pakistani witnesses in the trial.

Samjhauta blast: Punjan and Haryana HC denies bail to man accused of planting bomb

Samjhauta blast: A total of 68 people, including 43 Pakistan citizens, 10 Indian citizens and 15 unidentified people, had been killed in the blast at Panipat on February 18, 2007. Another 12, of them 10 Pakistanis and two Indians, were also injured in the attack.

Pakistan man, ‘missing’ since 2007 Samjhauta blasts, set to leave Punjab jail

Pakistani officials visited his family, settled in Sargodha district of Pakistan Punjab, last Tuesday seeking details to ascertain his identity to secure his release in India.

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2007 Samjhauta Express blasts case: Four more Samjhauta witnesses turn hostile

The blasts had occurred on the intervening night of February 18-19, 2007, near Dewana railway station in Panipat district of Haryana, killing 68 people, mostly Pakistanis.

For Malegaon,National Investigation Agency moves for discharge of nine Muslims

NIA told a Mumbai court that it has found “no evidence” to link them to the attack.

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