US court approves extradition of 26/11 attack accused Tahawwur Rana to India

A US court has approved the extradition of Tahawwur Hussain Rana, a Canadian businessman of Pakistani descent, to India where he is sought for his involvement in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. Rana was arrested in the US on an extradition request by India for his role in these attacks in which 10 Pakistani terrorists laid a more than 60-hour siege, attacking and killing over 160 people, including six Americans, at iconic and vital locations of Mumbai. The US court consented to the Indian request, through the US Government for his extradition.

Anti-terrorism protest at UN demands action against Pakistani terror sponsors, JeM chief

Arul Louis (IANS)-   Members of the Indian community and international supporters have held a protest outside the UN headquarters demanding that the international organization act against Pakistani leaders abetting terrorism and impose an arms embargo on Islamabad. The protest on Sunday by about 400 people also included concerned citizens from the US, Bangladesh, Caribbean countries, […]