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Mohammed Haneef

About Mohammed Haneef

Mohammed Haneef is an Indian-born doctor who was wrongly implicated and detained in relation to a failed terrorist attacks in Glasgow and London in 2007.

In December 08, Queensland Premier Anna Bligh has called on the Australian Government to formally apologise to Haneef.

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Hyderabadis opt for profession of Dabbawalas
Inspired by the famous Dabbawalas or the Tiffin carriers of Mumbai, locals in s Hyderabad have taken to this profession. ANI

Investigation of Haneef case has cost Oz exchequer over eight million dollars
Investigations into the bungled Mohammed Haneef terrorism-support case has cost the Australian exchequer 8.2 million dollars so far. ANI

Dr Haneef hires law firm to draw compensation from Oz govt for job loss
Indian doctor Mohammed Haneef is learnt to have hired a law firm specialised in compensation bids to get due monetary compensation from the Australian government for the losses he suffered since last year after being falsely linked to terrorists. ANI

Oz govt calls it quits in Dr Haneefs case, but Police still investigating
The last ditch effort by the Australian Government to scuttle restoration of Indian doctor Dr Mohammed Haneefs work visa failed yesterday when Immigration Minister Chris Evans announced that there would be no appeal to the High Court in the case. ANI

Decision of Haneefs return to Australia rests on his family
Mohammed Haneef, the Indian doctor who was cleared of all the terror charges by Australian courts after being detained in connection with the aborted UK bomb attack, has said that he may not return to Melbourne, where he was employed before being arrested, since his family members are not in its favour. ANI

Australians support Haneef, demand review of terror laws
Australians have come out in support of Indian-born doctor Mohammed Haneef at two rallies in Melbourne and Sydney. ANI

Glasgow Airport attack suspect Kafeel Ahmed dead
Kafeel Ahmed, a suspect in the failed Glasgow Airport attack died of burn injuries in a hospital in UK early this morning. ANI

Extradition treaty with Australia will materialise soon, says Pranab
External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee today expressed hope that an extradition treaty with Australia will soon be materialised. ANI

Haneefs release brings cheer to Bangalorites
The release of Doctor Mohammed Haneef from detention in Australia has brought cheer to the people of Bangalore, but they are also questioning the credibility of Australian police and politicians. ANI

Haneef case: Howard tells Queensland premier to lay off federal police
Australian Prime Minister John Howard has told Queensland Premier Peter Beattie to lay off the Australian Federal Police (AFP) during its investigation of Mohammed Haneef, the Indian doctor allegedly linked to the June 29 and 30 foiled UK bomb attacks. ANI

Haneefs case made Australian Police a laughing stock: Senator Greens
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has become a laughing stock because of the botched manner in which it handled the case of Indian born doctor Mohammed Haneef, said Greens Senator Kerry Nettle. ANI

Australian Police admits main evidence against Haneef was wrong
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have admitted the crucial evidence against Indian born doctor Dr Mohammed Haneef, that his mobile phone SIM card was found at the scene of a British car bombing, was wrong. ANI

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