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Daniel Pearl Murder: Pak SC Orders Main Accused To Be Shifted To Govt Rest House

Feb 02, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Pakistan Supreme Court has instructed to shift the main accused in the Daniel Pearl kidnapping and murder case to a government-run rest house from a death row cell

Daniel Pearl Murder: Pak SC Dismisses Govt's Request To Suspend Release Of Accused

Feb 01, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

To hear the government's position on the case, the Pakistan Supreme Court extended the interim detention by one day of the main accused and his three aides


Review Petition Filed In Pakistan Against Acquittal Of Prime Accused In Daniel Pearl Murder

The Sindh government and family of Pearl filed petitions in the apex court, challenging the high court verdict.

US Expresses Concern Over Pakistan SC Acquitting Daniel Pearl’s Killers

Jan 29, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Pearl, the 38-year-old South Asia bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, was abducted and beheaded while he was in Pakistan investigating a story in 2002 on the links between the country's powerful spy agency ISI and al-Qaeda.


Pakistan SC Orders Release Of Main Suspect Omar Saeed In Daniel Pearl Murder Case

According to the short verdict, the bench also directed to release the suspect. One member of the bench opposed the decision.

25 December, 2020

Al Qaeda Leader, 3 Others Charged In Daniel Pearl's Murder Walk Free Tomorrow

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Pearl, the South Asia bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, was abducted and beheaded for investigating links between Pakistan's spy agency ISI and al-Qaeda


23 January, 2011

Continuing Mystery

B. Raman

Despite the painstaking work by Nomani and her colleagues, the mystery surrounding the kidnapping and murder of Pearl still remains unresolved. Many questions remain unanswered satisfactorily


09 February, 2009

Another Throat Slit

B. Raman

The beheading of the Polish engineer, Peter Stanczak, coinciding with the seventh anniversary of the murder of Daniel Pearl, increase concern over the fate of an Iranian and an Afghan diplomat and a Chinese engineer, who were also kidnapped in Pakist


27 June, 2007

A Mighty Shame

Asra Q. Nomani

For me, watching The Mighty Heart was like having people enter my home, rearrange the furniture and reprogram my memory. As the credits rolled, I murmured to my mother, "Danny had a cameo in his own murder."


15 March, 2007

Al Qaeda And India

B. Raman

"I was responsible for surveying and financing for the destruction of the Israeli Embassy in India, Azerbaijan, the Philippines and Australia," admits Khalid Sheikh Mohammad.


26 January, 2007

The Trustworthy Warrior

B. Raman

Hail to the greatest "ally" of the US and the UK in the war against terrorism. No wonder Al Qaeda and the Taliban are making hay while Musharraf shines.


03 January, 2006

Mystery Wrapped In Enigma

B. Raman

The Omar Sheikh riddle remains unsolved. If he knows some deadly secrets about the involvement of Musharraf himself, all the latter has to do is to have the appeal dismissed by the court and have him executed quickly. What gives?


29 September, 2004

Dead Men Tell No Tales

B. Raman

The killing of Amjad Hussain Farooqi, the alleged mastermind behind the two abortive attempts to kill Gen.Pervez Musharraf in Rawalpindi in December last year, with involvement in Daniel Pearl case, brings HUJI in the spotlight once again. The untold


12 May, 2004

The Pakistan Connection?

B. Raman

After Daniel Pearl, Nick Berg. The modus operandi is similar. Musharraf is denounced along with Bush. .Reliable sources in Karachi say that the beheading has the clear finger-print of the same three organisations, which had kidnapped and brutally kil


23 October, 2003

Warning Bells For Musharraf?

B. Raman

Why is the US now bringing into the open secret information/findings tending to cast doubts on Pakistan's dependability as an ally in the war against terrorism?


03 October, 2003

Burying The Case

B. Raman

The case relating to the kidnapping and murder of Daniel Pearl continues to be in a limbo, while one of the dramatis personae, a former officer of ISI, could be rewarded with an ambassadorial appointment


26 September, 2003

Diplomatic Immunity

B. Raman

The only movement in the barbaric case, consigned to perpetual limbo, seems to be that of the ISI handling officer of Omar Sheikh - who's being sought to be protected and rewarded with an ambassadorial appointment.


22 July, 2002

More Twists and Turns

B. Raman

While the devious handling of the case by Musharraf is not a surprise, what is surprising and beyond comprehension is the seeming willingness of the US to go along with him.


Photo Gallery

A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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A health worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test, amid concerns over rising Omicron cases, in Gurugram.

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Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/ Shahbaz Khan
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