India to lead investigation into Samjhauta Express attacks

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Indian and Pakistani foreign ministers met to discuss the Samjhauta Express terrorist attack and investigation. It was decided that there will be no joint probe - but instead India will share detailed information with Pakistan during the first meeting of the joint anti terror mechanism in early March.Pakistan's National Assembly had passed a resolution asking for a joint probe earlier this week."As per the law of the land, the investigations will have to be done by India," said Pranab...Read Full Story

Rana Shaukat Ali

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One of the passengers and victims of Sunday's Samjhauta Express attack, Rana Shaukat Ali, claims to have seen two people sitting in coach with their faces hidden behind mufflers and "looking suspicious" before the attacks. Police are investigating.Read Full Story

Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav

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Condemning the terrorist attack, Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav said it was an attempt to derail the improving relations between the Pakistan and India."The dead include children, guards and many of our Pakistani brothers and sisters," said Lalu.Read Full Story

67 deaths in Samjhauta Express bombing

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In a major terror attack, 67 people, mostly Pakistani nationals, were charred to death and nearly 15 injured, 12 of them seriously, when two powerful explosions ripped through two coaches of the Lahore-bound Samjhauta Express turning them into a moving inferno late on Sunday night, about 10 kms from Panipat.Read Full Story