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Terrorism in South Asia

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Author(s): Saroj Kumar RATH

Journal: Social Research Reports
ISSN 2066-6861

Volume: 15;
Start page: 3;
Date: 2010;
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Keywords: terrorism | terror attacks | investigation | Mumbai attacks | conflict | Al Qaeda.

ABSTRACT
Mumbai attacks remain a mystery for long despite the capture of a ‘Lashkar-e- Taiba’ terrorist on the night of November 26, 2008. Pakistan takes 77 days to admit its citizen’s involvement, Mumbai police consumed 90 days to file the chargesheet and FBI takes a year to arrest a couple of conspirators. The plotters of the attacks belongs to five countries (US, Canada, Italy, Pakistan and India) involving three continents. Presently nearly a dozen courts across the world (India, Pakistan, US, Singapore, Italy, France and Japan) hearing the case. ‘LeT’ is now considered as the most dangerous terror group in recent time after al Qaeda. Unravelling the Mumbai conspiracy is challenging as with each passing day mysterious but fresh facts related to the attacks are trickling
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