terror in delhi 10/29
Monday, October 31, 2005
  Pakistani terrorist who attacked Red Fort convicted Pakistani man Farooq Ahmed Qasid (C) is escorted by Indian policemen as he walks into the Karkardooma court in New Delhi, 31 October 2005. Farooq Ahmed Qasid and his father Nazir Ahmed Qasid were sentenced to life in prison after they were convicted of waging war against the state as the court sentenced Pakistani man Mohammad Arif to death, one of seven people convicted for aiding a deadly Islamic militant attack on soldiers at Delhi's historic Red Fort, a court lawyer said. Mohammad Arif, who used the alias Ashfaq, was handed the death sentence for his role in the December 2000 attack that killed three people at the Mughal-era fort. AFP PHOTO/Prakash SINGH 
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