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After 2008 Batla House encounter, Ariz Khan fled to Nepal, taught at schools

At least five persons staying on rent at the flat were allegedly involved in the serial blasts that had rocked the capital six days earlier.

Batla House encounter case: Court drops charges against caretaker

Defense lawyer argued in court police has not recovered the original lease deed that was said to be forged, which was the crucial evidence in the case.

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Batla House encounter: BJP stages protest, accuses Congress of propagating false facts

The BJP leaders denounced the Congress raising flags and placards and accused them of propagating false facts in connection with the Batla House case.

Batla House encounter: Ulema Council seeks to meet PM Narendra Modi, pitches for judicial probe

The RUC has been staging demonstrations every year since 2008 when the Batla House encounter took place.

Batla 6 yrs on: Broken roads, a lone ATM and no fast food

While Batla residents struggle to leave memories of L-18 behind, JTSA is trying to avoid collective amnesia.

Faizan provided IM men on run Sharjah work visas: Accused

According to Salman, the group also met top IM leaders Amir Reza Khan, Iqbal Bhatkal and Riyaz Bhatkal while they were in Sharjah.

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Glad police could prove Batla House encounter was genuine: Chidambaram

P Chidambaram had monitored the probe into the Batla House encounter case as the then Home Minister.

Batla House encounter: IM suspect Shahzad Ahmed gets life sentence

Lone suspected Indian Mujahideen operative Shahzad Ahmed was convicted in the Batla House case.

Jamia, Batla safe houses for terrorists: VK Malhotra

Malhotra said police officers often complain about how in some areas, extremists do not allow them to enter and arrest anyone or to question any suspects.

‘Yasin aide discussed Delhi blasts with man killed in Batla shootout’

Thirteen suspected IM members are facing trial for the September 2008 Delhi serial blasts, which claimed 26 lives.

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