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2015 Apr.10  
  The suspected mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, has been released on bail from a Pakistani jail


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2012 Nov.20     Mumbai attack gunman Qasab executed Map of Pune India
  Mohammad Ajmal Amir Qasab, the sole surviving gunman from the 2008 Mumbai attacks, has been hanged in an Indian prison
2012 Aug.29   Court: Mumbai gunman to face death  The Indian Supreme Court upheld the death sentence for Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, the only surviving gunman from the 2008 terrorist attacks

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2010 Nov.25   Mumbai marks attacks anniversary  Residents of the city of Mumbai (Bombay) are set to mark two years since gunmen launched co-ordinated attacks, killing 166 people 2010 Nov.6   Obama hails Mumbai terror victims  US President has said India and the US are united against terrorism, as he visited the scene of deadly attacks in Mumbai in 2008 2010 May.3     Pakistani man convicted for 2008 siege
  Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, the only surviving gunman from a terror attack convicted Monday of murder, conspiracy and waging war on India 2010 May.2   Mumbai attacks trial verdict due  An Indian court is set to deliver its verdict on the man alleged to be the sole surviving gunman of the 2008 Mumbai attacks 2010 Apr.23   Oberoi hotel reopens after 2008 attack  The one of the best-known landmarks in Mumbai, is due to reopen - 18 months after being badly damaged when militants stormed the city 2010 Apr.7     India quietly buries Mumbai gunmen  The nine attackers killed in the 2008 Mumbai siege have been buried, more than a year after the deadly strike on India's financial capital 2010 Feb.11   Attack suspect's lawyer shot dead  Gunmen shot dead Shahid Azmi representing a man accused of helping the Mumbai attackers who killed 164 people in November 2008

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2009 Dec.9   Terror suspect has roots in Pakistan, U.S.  David Headley is appearing in court in connection with terror attacks in India, was born Daood Gilani, the son of a prominent Pakistani broadcaster 2009 Nov.26   Jewish community mourns Mumbai victims  Countless bullet marks, a hole punched in a wall by a grenade bear testimony to a carnage that left six people dead in Chabad House last year 2009 Nov.25   Mumbai attacks: One year on
  Ceremonies are being held to mark the first anniversary of a series of devastating attacks on the Indian city by militants
2009 Aug.6   Pakistan manhunts for Mumbai suspects  Pakistan has launched a global manhunt for 13 fugitives wanted in connection with terror attacks on the Indian financial capital 2009 Jul.23   Court: Confession won't stop Mumbai trial  Despite a confession by the sole surviving suspect in the terror attacks, an Indian court said that it will continue with the trial 2009 Jul.22   Mumbai gunman suspect 'ready to die'  The gunman captured alive during last year's Mumbai terror attacks told an Indian court that he was ready to face execution 2009 Jul.20   Main Mumbai suspect pleads guilty   The lone surviving suspect captured during assault on Mumbai named a leading al Qaeda-linked Pakistani militant as one of the masterminds
 Mohammad Ajmal Amir Qasab stood up before the court to say he admitted his role
2009 May.12   Police testify in Mumbai terror trial  Prosecutors said that a handful of policemen armed only with bamboo sticks overpowered a suspected gunman in last November's attacks 2009 Apr.17   Bodies of terrorists unburied  The bodies of the 9 Pakistani terrorists involved in the attacks are still lying in a hospital morgue almost five months after the attacks occurred   Mumbai confession 'was coerced'  The leading suspect in the Mumbai attacks trial, Mohammed Ajmal Amir Qasab, has retracted his confession 2009 Apr.15   Terror attacks trial suspended  The lawyer for the main suspect in last year's deadly terrorist attack in Mumbai was removed, delaying the high-profile trial that was set to begin 2009 Apr.14   Key suspect in 2008 attacks heads to trial  Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, 21, captured alive from last year's deadly terror attacks in India's financial capital goes on trial 2009 Mar.9   Mumbai gunman's translation plea rejected  An court rejected a plea by Mohammad Ajmal Kasab who asked for an Urdu translation of the document detailing the charges against him 2009 Feb.26   Surveillance tape may show attackers  A brief video appears to show gunmen in a hotel during coordinated attacks on several locations in November 2009 Feb.23   FBI: Mumbai attack raises questions  FBI Director Mueller pointed to recent terror attacks to highlight the concern that small groups could carry out such attacks on U.S. soil 2009 Feb.12   India welcomes Mumbai admission  India has described the admission by Pakistan that Mumbai terror attacks were partly planned on its soil as a 'positive development' 2009 Jan.7   Pakistan sacks security advisor   Pakistan has sacked Mehmood Ali Durrani as tensions continue between Islamabad and India over November's attacks in Mumbai 2009 Jan.4   India hands Mumbai file to Pakistan  India has provided evidence to Pakistani officials that it says links the Mumbai attacks to 'elements in Pakistan'

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2008 Dec.30   Pakistan urges India to pull back troops  Pakistan has urged India to scale back troop deployments along the shared border in order to ease regional tensions following massacre in Mumbai 2008 Dec.25   Festival of light rekindles Jewish hope  Hundreds gathered in the city of to commemorate the Hanukkah and honor the memories of the rabbi, his wife who were killed in terror attacks 2008 Dec.22   Mumbai attacker seeks Pakistani help  Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, the surviving attacker from last month's Mumbai terror attacks, is seeking help from Pakistani officials 2008 Dec.21   Terror-devastated hotels reopen
  The first guests checked back into the Taj Mahal Palace and the Oberoi-Trident hotels, marking the reopening of the venues damaged by attacks 2008 Dec.20   Deaths from Mumbai 'police error'  Guests trapped in Taj Mahal Palace hotel seized by gunmen last month were given instructions by police that may have led to more people dying 2008 Dec.17   Zardari rejects Mumbai 'claims'  Pakistani President has said there is still no firm proof that gunmen who attacked the Indian city of Mumbai came from Pakistan 2008 Dec.15   U.S.: India prepared for strike on Pakistan  India's air force geared up for possible missions against suspected terrorist camps in Pakistan in the immediate aftermath of the Mumbai attacks   Tendulkar: Test victory for terror victims  Sachin Tendulkar cracked a superb 41st Test century as he swept India to a stunning 6-wicket win against England 2008 Dec.13   Mumbai suspect asks Pakistan for help  The only surviving suspect in last month's attacks has written a letter to the Pakistan embassy, seeking legal aid 2008 Dec.12   U.S. envoy urges to aid Mumbai probe  Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte called for international support to help India investigate the deadly terrorist attacks 2008 Dec.11   Pakistan moves on Mumbai accused
  Pakistan has put Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, an Islamic leader linked to the Mumbai attacks, under house arrest 2008 Dec.10   Mumbai suspect remanded by court  Mohammed Ajmal Amir, the sole known surviving suspect from the deadly attacks, has been remanded in custody for a further two weeks   U.N. sanctions alleged Lashkar members  al Qaeda and Taliban Sanctions Committee has designated as terrorists 4 members of the Lashkar e-Tayyiba terrorist group 2008 Dec.9   Pakistan snubs India over arrests  Pakistan has arrested leading militants following the Mumbai attacks but will not hand them over to India 2008 Dec.7   Rice: Mumbai attacks planned in Pakistan  Secretary of State: There's no doubt' that the deadly attack on India's financial capital last month was planned inside Pakistan   Pakistan 'raids militant camp'  Several loud explosions and a helicopter has been seen at a camp used by the banned group Lashkar-e-Taiba in Pakistani-controlled Kashmir 2008 Dec.6   Pakistan 'feared Indian attack'  Senior Pakistani diplomat: Pakistan feared India was planning to launch a military strike at the height of tensions over the Mumbai attacks 2008 Dec.5   Two arrests over Mumbai attacks   Indian police have arrested two men in the city of Kolkata suspected of supplying the Mumbai attackers with mobile phone cards   Top law official admits Mumbai 'lapses'  Chidambaram, India's top law enforcement official, has admitted there were government 'lapses' during last week's terror attack 2008 Dec.4   Authorities: Mumbai attackers had help  Indian security sources: A Bangladeshi national bought cell phone SIM cards for the attackers at several locations inside India 2008 Dec.3   Police: suspect admits Pakistan link  The only surviving suspect in the deadly attacks has reportedly given up information, including his name and details on a 3-month training in Pakistan 2008 Dec.2   Mumbai police chief: I got no warning  Hasan Gafoor said that he never received a warning of an impending seaborne attack on his city   Israel buries victims of Mumbai attacks  Thousands of mourners and emissaries from the Chabad movement poured into a village for the funerals of 2 people killed in the terrorist attacks 2008 Dec.1   U.S. warned India of maritime attack  The United States warned the Indian government about a potential maritime attack against Mumbai at least a month before the massacre   India makes protest to Pakistan  India has summoned Pakistan's high commissioner to lodge a formal protest over the attacks in Mumbai that killed nearly 200 people 2008 Nov.30   Mumbai state head offers to quit  The chief minister of the state of Maharashtra has offered to resign amid criticism of the handling of the Mumbai attacks   India considers anti-terror body  Prime Minister Singh has opened cross-party talks on setting up a federal agency of investigation after the Mumbai attacks 2008 Nov.29   Home Minister 'quits' over Mumbai attacks  Shivraj Patil has submitted his resignation. The Indian government under a pressure to explain why it was unable to prevent the militant strikes   Indian allegations alarm Pakistan  Pakistan has expressed concern about rising tensions with India following allegations that gunmen who attacked Mumbai had Pakistani links   Official: Terrorists wanted to kill 5,000  R.R. Patil, deputy chief minister of Maharashtra state: the coordinated terrorist attacks that killed at least 183 people could have been much worse   Focus on abandoned boat as siege ends   As investigators work to unmask the group responsible for the terror attacks, police and soldiers continued to search the Taj Mahal Hotel
 India has blamed 'elements with links to Pakistan'. Pakistan has pledged to act against any group found to have links to the attacks
2008 Nov.28   Police declare Mumbai siege over
  The last gunmen involved in the attacks were killed, but another officia; the situation remains unresolved. 6 bodies were found at a Jewish centre
 Commandos began a new assault as fighting that had claimed at least 144 lives entered a third day
  Chaos at Jewish center and hotel   The bodies of 5 hostages have been found at a center. Gunfire and explosions continued to ring out from the Chabad House
 Indian commandos in Mumbai battle for control of the Taj Mahal Palace hotel
2008 Nov.27   Indian troops storm Jewish center   Indian commandos are storming the center, where gunmen are holding people hostage. Troops abseiled from a helicopter into the building   Forces fight through siege hotels   Commandos are fighting to clear the last gunmen from 2 luxury hotels, more than a day after a series of attacks across the city
 The Taj Mahal hotel was nearly free of gunmen, but operations continued at the Oberoi-Trident. A 3rd stand-off at a Jewish centre is ongoing
  Gunmen 'still holed up in Mumbai'  Some 10-12 gunmen were holed up at 3 sites nearly 24 hours after a series of devastating attacks in the city. At least 110 have been killed   Terrified westerners describe chaos  Americans and other foreigners were among those caught up in the bloodshed and chaos of the terror attacks 2008 Nov.26   Troops confront attackers  Indian security forces have been exchanging fire with gunmen holding dozens of hostages in 2 luxury hotels
 Troops surrounded the premises after armed men carried out a series of co-ordinated attacks across the city
  Scores killed in rampage
  In a brazen series of coordinated attacks, gunmen struck 10 sites across the city, killing scores of people and taking hostages in 2 luxury hotels
 87 reported killed and another 185 wounded that day. (Later reported At least 188 people were killed and at least 293 were injured in the attacks). 9 attackers killed. Fighting was reported in the Taj Mahal Hotel, the Hotel Oberoi and Colaba Market