As Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan’s biopic trailer drops, here is how Indian news channels put the lives of security personnel at risk during 26/11 attack
The Supreme Court noted that the media coverage made the task of the security forces not only exceedingly difficult but also dangerous and risky
Pakistan Minister admits terrorist Ajmal Kasab was their citizen, blames Nawaz Sharif for giving his details to India
Pakistan minister admits Kasab was Pakistani, blames Nawaz Sharif for giving his details to India.
Maharashtra: ‘Pehle hijab, fir kitab’ banners now come up in Mominpura area of Georai, hometown of terrorist Abu Jundal
Abu Jundal is one of the six key conspirators of the terrorist attacks of 26/11 on Mumbai that claimed 166 lives
Congress vs Congress: Manish Tewari and Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury lock horns over the former’s comments about 26/11
Manish Tewari's criticism of UPA government handling the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack and not giving a befitting reply to Pakistan has irked senior Congress leaders
Two hostages were freed by the LeT terrorists Oberoi Trident Hotel for being fellow Muslims.
‘Param Bir Singh destroyed Kasab’s mobile phone, misused his power and authority to quell inquiries about it’: Read former ACP’s shocking claims
Shamsher Khan claims that Param Bir Singh took possession of Kasab's mobile phone that never appeared in the probe or trial
How Rahul Gandhi partied as Islamic terrorists slaughtered Indians on the streets on 26/11, even making a guest at the party question him
Having been in active politics for the past two decades, Rahul Gandhi has now learnt the art of 'political tokenism.'
Param Bir Singh hid 26/11 Mumbai terror attack convict Ajmal Kasab’s mobile phone: Retired Mumbai police ACP Shamsher Khan
Retired Mumbai police ACP said Param Bir Singh took away the mobile phone of Ajmal Kasab after he was caught.
Manish Tewari slams Manmohan Singh led UPA govt in his book, says they didn’t act against Pakistan to respond 26/11 Mumbai terror attack
Manish Tewari in his book '10 Flashpoints; 20 years', which is set to release on December 1, talks about Congress-led UPA govt's inaction in wake of Mumbai terror attacks on 26 November 2008.
The brilliant performances and stories of unity and resilience could have made for an enjoyable treat but for the exasperatingly awful attempt at whitewashing Islamic jihad and the forced, hollow trope of 'terror has no religion'.