Samjhauta Express blast case

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Samjhauta blast verdict shows govt has no respect for institutions: Omar Abdullah

"We are yet to see a decision from the Election commission of India where the Prime Minister uses a space-related announcement to further the BJP's campaign," Omar Abdullah said.

Acquittal of accused in Samjhauta Express case underlines need for cadre of professional prosecutors

The prosecuting agency is one of the most underrated institutions in the country, despite its crucial role. It is beset by a few fundamental problems.


Pakistan weighing options after acquittal of all accused in Samjhauta blast case: Shah Mehmood Qureshi

The blast killed 68 people. Pakistan says 44 of its nationals lost their lives. The blast ripped apart two coaches of the train. The train service was launched in July 1976 after the signing of the historic Shimla Agreement between the two countries.

Samjhauta Express blast case: No one knows who killed 68 people, says Kapil Sibal

The blast on the India-Pakistan train took place near Panipat in Haryana on February 18, 2007, when it was on its way to Attari in Amritsar, the last station on the Indian side.

Samjhauta blast case: Pakistan woman’s plea junked, court says publicity bid

On March 11, when the court was expected to pronounce its verdict, an application was filed by advocate Momin Malik on behalf of Rahila Wakil, daughter of blast victim Muhammad Wakil, and a resident of Hafizabad in Pakistan Punjab.

Samjhauta Express blast: Anything could have happened, say survivors

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 Express case verdict: NIA should be held accountable, says former probe officer

Rai, a 1977-batch IPS whose team traced the bag used in the blasts to a market in Indore, said the acquittals were “bound to happen, as the entire prosecution was trying to bury the case”.

Samjhauta Express blast case: Pakistan summons India envoy, registers protest

Sources in Delhi said Bisaria rejected Pakistan’s assertions and called out lack of cooperation from the Pakistan government, including in serving court summons to Pakistani witnesses. The summons were returned by Pakistan’s foreign office, the sources said.

Samjhauta case order delayed, daughter of Pakistani victim wants to come and depose

The court issued notice to the NIA and the accused for March 14, seeking their replies to the application moved by Pakistan Punjab’s Hafizabad resident Rahila Wakil, daughter of victim Muhammad Wakeel, through Panipat-based advocate Momin Malik.

Why alarm bell matters: this could show the way for other ‘Hindu’ cases

Trial in the Samjhauta express blast case in which 68 persons were killed is on since February 24, 2014.