Free Press Journal
  • ‘Hotel Mumbai’: Australian filmmaker Anthony Maras’ thriller to bring Mumbai terror attack to big screen

    Toronto: Three years after French director Nicolas Saada’s “Taj Mahal”, which focused on a single site of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, Australian filmmaker Anthony Maras’ debut narrative feature, “Hotel Mumbai”, enters the precincts of the iconic property and presents a fictional recreation of the violence perpetrated on India’s financial capital by heavily armed terrorists a decade ago and the remarkable resilience displayed by the staff and guests that were caught unawares.

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    Ahead of Pakistan polls, FB disables accounts of Saeed’s political party

    Lahore : Ahead of the general election in Pakistan, Facebook has disabled numerous accounts and pages of the Islamist Milli Muslim League (MML), in a setback to the political outfit launched by Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawa, according to a media report on Sunday.

  • Saeed’s son, son-in-law among 265 JuD candidates in Pak polls

    Lahore : Mumbai-terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed’s son and his son-in-law are among 265 candidates fielded by the Jamaat-ud -Dawah for national and provincial assembly seats across Pakistan in the July 25 general election, with the banned group’s political wing vowing to make the country a “citadel of Islam.”

  • Hafiz Saeed has reportedly been giving motivational talks in terror camps in Sialkot

    26/11 terror mastermind Saeed’s JuD to contest general polls

    Lahore : Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed’s Jammat-ud-Dawah will contest the July 25 general elections on the platform of Allaha-u-Akbar Tehreek as the group’s Milli Muslim League is yet to be registered as a political party, a senior member of the outfit said on Saturday.

  • 26/11 Mumbai attack case: Pakistan removes chief prosecutor for ‘not taking govt line’

    Lahore: Pakistan’s Interior Ministry has abruptly removed the chief prosecutor from the Mumbai terror attack case for “not taking the government line”, an official said today, in a major setback to India’s efforts to bring the perpetrators to justice. Ten Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists had sailed into Mumbai from Karachi and carried out coordinated attacks, killing 166 people and injuring over 300 in November 2008.

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    US aid freeze on Pakistan not linked to Hafiz Saeed’s release: Official

    Washington: The US today said it is concerned about the release of Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed from house arrest in Pakistan, but made it clear that this has got nothing to do with the suspension of over USD 1.1 billion in security assistance to Islamabad.

  • Mumbai: Movements at sea being closely monitored after Hafiz Saeed’s release

    Mumbai: The Vice-Admiral (Western Command) of Indian Navy, Girish Luthra, on Friday told the media, all the movements at sea are being closely monitored in coordination with other agencies including Air Force and Coast Guard and the ‘surveillance at sea has been intensified. This development comes after Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of 26/11 Mumbai attacks, was released from Pakistani jail, is alleged to have spewed venom against India and threatened to work

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    Mumbai: 26/11 victim finally gets some help, will shift to Rajasthan soon

    Mumbai: For many 26/11 is just be a date, but for the victims of the terror attack it is a life time of memories which will haunt them. But what hurts them the most is the promises made by the authorities right after the attack that weren’t fulfilled.

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    Amitabh Bachchan on 26/11 anniversary: 10 pertinent observations by Big B

    November 26, 2008, is etched in every Mumbaikar’s memory as a day when humanity died and evil forces ransacked the human nature. It was a day when Pakistan sponsored terrorism barbarically executed terrorist acts and the whole of Mumbai was under siege for three days. As we mourn the victims and salute the bravehearts, who became pawns in the political game of power and after nine long years we are still waiting for justice

  • Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed released from house arrest

    Lahore: Mumbai mastermind and Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed has been released from house arrest in Lahore. Police guards have been removed from his residence where a large number of supporters gathered to celebrate the end of his house arrest. His social media spokesman announced in a tweet that Hafiz Saeed is a free man.