Blasts occurred 15 minutes after they got down Samjhauta
Panipat, February 20
Claiming that the Special Investigating Team had found vital clues to the blasts on Samjhauta Express on Sunday night, the Haryana Police today released the sketches of two suspects.
While the identity of the
perpetrators of the Delhi-Attari Express blasts is yet to be
established, sources in the intelligence claim that there had been
inputs on terrorist organisations being trained in the assembly
and use of napalm-like bombs.
The faces tell it all:
Afaque Hussain Rahmani waits outside the mourtuary of the Panipat
Civil Hospital to identify the bodies of his six relatives from
Karachi, Pakistan, who were on board Samjhauta Express on Tuesday.
(Right) A Pakistani relative hugs a survivor as she arrives from
India at Cantt Railway Station in Karachi, on Tuesday, a day after
the train blasts. — Agencies
New Delhi, February
There were positive vibes
from the Indian and the Pakistani leadership about the ongoing
peace process as Pakistani Foreign Minister Khurshid Mehmood
Kasuri arrived here this afternoon on a four-day official visit. Pakistan’s Foreign
Minister Khursheed Mehmood Kasuri waves on arrival in New Delhi.
enhanced on all Pak-bound trains: Duggal New Delhi, February 20
In the wake of blasts in the
Samjhauta Express on Sunday night, the government today ordered the
enhancing of security for all trains and buses bound for Pakistan and
Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and the scanning of baggages of all
In video (56k)
of victims cross over Visa gesture thaws hearts Wagah, February 20
Shattered relatives of the victims
of the blasts on the Samjhauta Express in Panipat crossed the Radcliff
Line today hoping to see them alive. One of them was a Hindu from
visas issued for relatives of Pak victims Islamabad, February 20
The Indian High Commission here has issued 30 visas overnight for
relatives of the Pakistanis killed in the blasts on the Samjhauta
Express. It has set up a visa centre in Lahore. Rules have been relaxed
for visa holders to enable them to cross the Wagah border by foot.
Karat warns of ‘political problems’ over Central rule
Delhi, February 20
CPM General Secretary Prakash
Karat today warned of “political problems” if the Congress-led
UPA coalition went ahead and imposed President’s rule in Uttar
In video (56k) "I hope the
government will not go ahead with it."
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