A Pakistani national has been convicted by an Indian court over his role in the deadly Mumbai (Bombay) attacks in November 2008.
“Hanging is too good for him, says one victim. He should be tortured to death.”
Mohammad Ajmal Amir Qasab, 22, the sole surviving gunman, was found guilty on charges including murder, waging war on India and possessing explosives. The attacks 174 people – including nine gunmen – dead, and soured ties between India and neighbouring Pakistan.