Mecca Masjid blast case

Mecca Masjid blast case News

Simply Put: The cases other than Samjhauta

Aseemanand & others have been acquitted of train blast. A look at where other cases against them stand.

The Urdu Press: The impeachment story

Rashtriya Sahara, in its editorial on April 21, writes: “People realise that the Opposition does not have the required numbers in the Parliament and there are hardly any chances of any action against the CJI or his removal."

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Mecca Masjid blast case: 'Is it difficult to prove that Aseemanand and I were in jail at same time?'

Mecca Masjid blast case: Shaik Abdul Kaleem, 29, wondered why the CBI and the prosecution lawyer did not seek jail records to prove that they were together.

Mecca Masjid blast verdict: Despite confession, NIA failed to get proof against IED ‘planter’

In his alleged confession, Rajender Chowdary stated that on May 17, 2007 he and Tejoram Parmar arrived in a train from Bhopal in an unreserved compartment, carrying two IEDs in two bags.

Mecca Masjid blast case verdict: CBI failed to produce basic evidence against Aseemanand

The CBI in its chargesheet had made Aseemanand’s confession — one in front of a magistrate at Tees Hazari courts in New Delhi and an alleged confession to Kaleem in jail — as the main evidence against him.

Mecca Masjid blast case verdict: Court questioned NIA's claim that Swami Aseemanand confessed

In the operative part of his judgment, the judge dismissed the confession given by Aseemanand in Delhi as extrajudicial and taken under duress by the CBI investigating officer, who investigated the case first before the NIA took over

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Bengal panchayat polls: Acquitted in Mecca Masjid case, Swami Aseemanand to campaign for BJP

On Monday, a special NIA court acquitted all the five accused including Swami Aseemanand in the 2007 Mecca Masjid blast case at Hyderabad.

Resignation of NIA judge, who gave Mecca Masjid blast verdict, rejected; he reports to work

Reddy, the Fourth Additional Metropolitan Sessions Judge had put in his papers hours after he delivered the verdict in the Mecca Masjid bomb blast acquitting all the accused, including Swami Assemanand.

Mecca Masjid blast case: Cloud over NIA judge linked to his ‘hasty’ bail order in land dispute case

The inquiry was being conducted by the Registrar (Vigilance) of the High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad, based on a complaint filed by a litigant who wanted “a thorough inquiry to be conducted to know the corrupt practices” of the judge.

Mecca Masjid blast: NIA prosecutor N Harinath has ABVP link

On Monday, an NIA court in Nampally acquitted five accused, including Swami Aseemanand, in the case. The NIA declined comment on the empanelment of Harinath — associated with only the Mecca Masjid bombing case — as a prosecutor.

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