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I’ll Be attending on 4th. — rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) August 28 2015 //platformtwittercom/widgetsjs An international version of the film which is 23 minutes shorter than the Indian theatrical version and edited by Vincent Tabaillon of “Incredible Hulk” fame will be screened at the festival Share This Article Related Article The film which is about the rivalry of two brothers for an ancient kingdom will be screened in the Open Cinema section which will also feature Salman Khan’s “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” Starring Rana Daggubati Prabhas Tamannaah Bhatia and Anushka Shetty “Baahubali” is jointly produced by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aamir Khan | Mumbai | Published: September 12 2015 1:32 am Related News From criminal conspiracy to organised crime in planting bombs in Mumbai locals at seven spots that claimed 189 lives 12 accused have been convicted under various provisions attracting maximum punishment of death 1 Kamal Ahmed Mohammed Vakil Ansari is convicted under Sections 302 307 326 328 324 read with 120 B of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) He is also convicted under Section 3 of Explosive Substances Act 1908; Sections 151 152 153 of Railways Act 1989; Section 3 of Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act 1984 and Section 9 B of Explosives Act 1884 In addition he is convicted under Section 20 of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) 1967 besides Section 3 (4) Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOC) 1999 Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; Sections 122 123 read with section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with Sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 besides being convicted under Section 9 B of Explosives Act 1884 Arrested from BasaPatti in Bihar’s Madhubani district on July 19 2006 the police claimed that Ansari transported Pakistanis from the Nepal border to Mumbai He also procured explosive materials and planted a bomb in a train which exploded at Matunga railway station Watch video: (App users clickhere) 2 Dr Tanveer Ahmed Mohammed Ibrahim Ansari is convicted under Sections 10 a (i) 20 of UAPA 1967 and Section 3 (4) MCOCA 1999 In addition he is convicted under Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; Sections 122 123 read with section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 Also convicted under section 9 B of Explosives Act 1884 Dr Ansari was charged with travelling to Pakistan and for being present at Mohammad Ali’s Govandi house while the bombs were being made In a written submission to the court however he said that “during my police custody I was offered Rs 25 lakh and other benefits for helping the police in framing the case against the other co-accused” Share This Article Related Article 3 Mohammed Faisal Ataur Rahman Shaikh convicted under Sections 302 307 326 328 324 read with 120 B of the IPC Also convicted under Section 3 of Explosive Substances Act 1908; Section 151 152 153 of Railways Act 1989; Section 3 of Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act 1984 and Section 9 B of Explosives Act 1884 convicted under Sections 10 a (i) 20 of UAPA 1967 Convicted under section 3 (4) MCOCA 1999 Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; Sections 122 123 read with Section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with Sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 Convicted under section 9 B of Explosives Act 1884 Convicted under Section 6 of Explosives Substances Act 1908 Section 201 of IPC Convicted under Sections 19 of UAPA 1967 and 3 (5) of MCOCA 1999 Faisal owned an apartment in Bandra’s Perry Cross Road and is charged with training twice in Pakistan and planting the bomb that exploded at Jogeshwari railway station The police also claimed that Shaikh harbored Pakistanis received money through hawala and was present when the bombs were made in Govandi 4 Ehtesham Kutubuddin Siddiqui Convicted under Sections 302 307 326 328 324 read with 120 B of the IPC besides Section 3 of Explosive Substances Act 1908; Section 151 152 153 of Railways Act 1989; Section 3 of Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act 1984 and Section 9 B of Explosives Act 1884 Convicted under Sections 10 a (i) 20 of UAPA 1967 Convicted under Section 3 (4) MCOCA 1999 Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; sections 122 123 read with section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 Mira Road resident Siddiqui was arrested on July 29 2006 and believed to be Joint secretary of SIMI’s Maharashtra unit He is also charged with conducting a recce of the mumbai suburban railway network According to the police Siddiqui had planted the bomb that went off at Mira Road railway station 5 Mohammed Majid Mohammed Shafi convicted under section 20 of UAPA 1967 Convicted under section 3 (4) MCOCA 1999 Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; sections 122 123 read with section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with Sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 Shafi a resident of Kolkata’s Raja Bazaar locality was arrested from a workshop at 730 pm on October 28 2006 He is alleged to have transported the wanted Pakistani terrorists to Mumbai from the Bangladesh border and back to Bangladesh after the blasts Shafi has also been charged with being a member of a terrorist gang or organization 6 Shaikh Mohammed Ali Alam Shaikh convicted under Sections 10 a (i) 20 of UAPA 1967 Convicted under Section 3 (4) MCOCA 1999; Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; Sections 122 123 read with Section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with Sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 Convicted under section 9 B of Explosives Act 1884; Section 6 of Explosives Substances Act 1908 Ali owns the house in Govandi in which the bombs are alleged to have been made and is alleged to have trained in Pakistan In a written submission to court Ali said that he was detained from August 1 2006 to August 31 2006 for inquiry and arrested by the ATS on September 7 2006 7 Mohammed Sajid Margub Ansari Convicted under Sections 10 a (i) 20 of UAPA 1967 Convicted under Section 3 (4) MCOCA 1999; Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; Sections 122 123 read with Section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with Sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 Convicted under Section 6 of Explosives Substances Act 1908 Section 201 of IPC Mira road resident Sajid is alleged to have made the electric circuits used in the bombs Sajid is primarily charged for harbouring terrorists being a member of a terrorist group and for raising funds for a terrorist groups under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act 8 Abdul Wahid Deen Mohammed Shaikh: Acquitted 9 Muzammil Ataur Rahman Shaikh Convicted under Section 10 a (i) 20 of UAPA 1967; Section 3 (4) MCOCA 1999; Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; sections 122 123 read with section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 Muzammil a resident of Mira Road who worked as a software engineer in Bangalore was picked up from there by the Mumbai Police Crime Branch and detained on July 22 before being shown as arrested five days later Muzammil is believed to have trained in Pakistan conspired in a meeting held at the home of Faisal and recceed the local train network 10 Sohail Mehmood Shaikh Convicted under Sections 10 a (i) 20 of UAPA 1967 Convicted under Section 3 (4) MCOCA 1999 Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; Sections 122 123 read with section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 Like Muzammil Sohail is also believed to have trained in Pakistan and recceed the locals train network before the blasts He was arrested at 10 am on July 21 from his Pune home but produced in court only on July 26 Sohail was alleged to be a member of SIMI 11 Zameer Ahmed Latiur Rehman Shaikh Convicted under Sections 10 a (i) 20 of UAPA 1967 Convicted under Section 3 (4) MCOCA 1999 Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; Sections 122 123 read with section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 Zameer a Worli resident allegedly trained in Pakistan and and was present at Faisal’s house where the conspiracy was hatched Police claim that Zameer was a key accused as recceed the suburban train network 12 Naveed Hussain Khan Rasheed Hussain Khan Convicted under Sections 302 307 326 328 324 read with 120 B They are also convicted under Section 3 of Explosive Substances Act 1908; Section 151 152 153 of Railways Act 1989; Section 3 of Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act 1984 and Section 9 B of Explosives Act 1884 Also convicted under section 20 of UAPA 1967; Section 3 (4) of MCOCA 1999 Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; Sections 122 123 read with section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 Convicted under section 9 B of Explosives Act 1884 Naveed is alleged to have transported a from Govandi to Bandra and planted it in a train that was destroyed at Khar railway station He also charged with surveying the train network with other accused The police has also charged Naveed with being present at Ali’s house where the main conspiracy was hatched 13 Asif Khan convicted under Sections 302 307 326 328 324 read with 120 B They are also convicted under Section 3 of Explosive Substances Act 1908; Section 151 152 153 of Railways Act 1989; Section 3 of Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act 1984 and Section 9 B of Explosives Act 1884 Convicted under Sections 10 a (i) 20 of UAPA 1967 Convicted under Section 3 (4) MCOCA 1999 Sections 120 (B) read with 121 (A) of the IPC; Sections 122 123 read with section 13 16 of UAPA 1967 read with sections 3(1) (i) 3 (1) (ii) and 3 (2) of MCOCA 1999 Convicted under Section 9 B of Explosives Act 1884; Section 6 of Explosives Substances Act 1908 Section 201 of IPC Asif was arrested by the ATS on October 3 2006 during an outing with his wife and friends in Belgaum Karnataka He was alleged to have acquired Rexine bags utensils ammonium nitrate and detonators He was even alleged to have planted bombs in the train which exploded at Borivali CHARGES THEY ARE NOT GUILTY OF Except Kamal Ansari Mohammed Shafi and Naveed Hussain others have been convicted for sedition Ehtesham was not found guilty of any offence of raising funds for a terror act which is Section 17 of UAPA Similarly Kamal Faisal Ali Alam and Sajid Margub were not found guilty of raising funds for a terrorist organisation which Section 40 of UAPA 1967 Kamal Ehtesham Majid Sajid Margub and Asif were not found guilty of harbouring terrorists (Section 19 of UAPA) Accused number 8 was acquitted of all charges For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News In his list, (Source: Express photo) Top News Iconic batsman Sachin Tendulkar is the only Indian to be selected in former New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum’s list of all-time cricketing XI led by West Indian great Vivian Richards. 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