Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab and nine other terrorists launch commando raid in Mumbai on 26 November 2008. Kasab was arrested the next day as the lone terrorist survivor in the attack.
Bullets and cartridges which were recovered during commando operation against terrorists at the Nariman House, one of the sites of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, in Mumbai. PTI
The damaged part of the Nariman House, one of the sites of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. PTI
The damaged lobby after the commando operation against terrorist at Hotel Trident, one of the sites of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. PTI
The ransacked interiors and blood stains inside Nariman House, one of the sites of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. PTI
An illuminated Taj Mahal Palace, which was attacked and damaged during 26/11 terror attack, during reopening ceremony, in Mumbai. PTI
Ajmal Kasab confesses before police on 30 November 2008 and does the same before the magistrate on 21 February, 2009.
Special Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam shows a file as he comes out of the special court at Arthur Road Jail after pronouncement of verdict in 26/11 terror attack case, in Mumbai. The court held Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab guilty in the case. PTI
Kasab was charged on 86 counts on 6 May, 2009. Bombay High Court upholds death sentence to Kasab on 21 February, 2011 and he writes a letter to Supreme Court challenging HC order.
Kasab told Supreme Court that he was brainwashed like a "robot" into committing the heinous crime in the name of "God" and that he does not deserve capital punishment owing to his young age.
Kasab tells SC that he was not given a free and fair trial in the case on 31 January, 2012. The President rejects Kasab’s mercy petition on 5 November, 2012. The Maharashtra government is informed about the President’s decision on 8 November, 2012.
Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab was hanged in Yerawada Jail in Pune on 21 November, 2012.