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‘No quality proof on co-accused’

May 3: In the cases of the two Indian co-accused, Sabauddin Ahmed and Faheem Ansari, the special court in Mumbai held that although it was not expecting the prosecution to prove by any direct evidence

Families want Kasab hanged

May 3: Reactions of the families of the victims of 26/11 attacks:

Kavita Kar-kare (wife of Hemant Karkare): Kasab should be hanged immediately. He should not be allowed to appeal against the verdict. It defeats the pu

Verdict exposes Pak: Patil

May 3: Delighted by the special court’s verdict that lone surviving Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab is guilty on all charges, state home minister R.R. Patil on Monday showered praises on the Mumbai police.

Wife of Faheem says she expected verdict

May 3: Yasmeen Ansari, wife of Faheem Ansari who was acquitted by the court on Monday said that she had expected the verdict.

Charges divided under 3 heads

Kasab has been held guilty of killing 166 persons and injuring all others. However, the 86 charges levelled against him have been bifurcated as per the actual role he played. The court has divided the charges against him under three categories: criminal conspiracy, waging war against the nation and murder.

Kasab (and Pak) guilty

May 3: Special judge M.L. Tahiliyani pronounced lone surviving 26/11 terrorist Ajmal Aamir Kasab guilty on almost all the 86 charges against him in a Mumbai courtroom packed to the rafters on Monday.

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