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Interpol in the hunt for Bilal in Hyderabad twin bomb blasts
Hyderabad Bomb Blasts - August 2007

Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee demands handover of bomb blast case to CBI
Charges investigating agencies of torturing Muslim youth

Hyderabad Police arrests Ridwan Gazi for his involvement in twin blasts
14 Bangladeshi arrested when moving in suspicious circumstances

Anonymous letter to DGP
Letter states bomb blast planed for Ganesh Immersion Day

Police release three Bangla suspects photos
Bangladeshi nationals involvement in Hyderabad twin-bombs getting stronger

Police makes sufficient progress in twin blasts in Hyderabad
Visitor who took video tape of Lumbini Park submits recording to police

Breakthrough in Hyderabad bomb blasts
Imran reveals that Bilal had planned in the blasts

Interpol in the hunt for Bilal in Hyderabad twin bomb blasts
Eight persons from State are in wanted offenders list of CBI

Hyderabad police releases sketch of Lumbini bomb blast suspect
One eyewitness gives detailed description who sat next to the suspect

Twin bomb blasts not to affect two major Hyderabad events
International Astronautical Congress, World Military Games on schedule

LK Advani wants re-enactment of POTA
Visits blast sites; Calls on victims at hospitals

Chief Minister defends police
Home Minister Government is contemplating revival of COCA

Cinema theaters ordered to be more secure
Told to install Door Frame Metal Detectors immediately

Hyderabad Bomb Assembly would have been done by an expert, says bomb experts
Cycle balls put in bag to increase explosion impact

Union Home Minister Shivraj Patel, LK Advani to visit Hyderabad
Andhra Pradesh State Cabinet for emergency meet shortly

Twin blasts creates panic in Hyderabad
40 dead; Over 70 injured in seperate blasts at Koti and Lumbini Park; Red alert raised

Red alert sounded, toll rises to over 30 in Hyderabad terror attack
Red alert has been sounded in Hyderabad following twin blasts in which at least thirty people have been killed and at least forty others have been injured. ANI

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Interpol in the hunt for Bilal in Hyderabad twin bomb blasts

Eight persons from State are in wanted offenders list of CBI

Hyderabad, September 2, 2007

The red corner notice issued by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) a couple of months ago is for Shahed alias Bilal, one of India's most wanted terrorist whose involvement is strongly suspected in the serious of terror strikes that jolted in Hyderabad. The CBI described him as a 30-year old Hyderabadi who can speak Urdu, Arabic and English. He is involved in four cases of terror activities and warrants are pending against him.

The CBI took over investigation into the Mecca Masjid blast over two months ago and got a non-bailable warrant issued against Shahed suspecting him to be the man behind the deadly blasts that claimed eleven lives. Once, a red corner notice is issued against an offender, the information will be shared by over 100 member countries of the Interpol and an international hunt will be launched against the criminal.

In all, eight persons from the State are currently on the wanted offenders list of the CBI. Among them, Abdul Arif Faroooqui and Mohammed Amzad both Hyderabadis are connected with terror groups. The CBI shared its information with police of various states and investigating agencies in the country.

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