1993 Mumbai blasts: Images of destruction

  • <b>File Photo:</b>     A devastated building in Worli after the blasts of 12 March,1993 in      Mumbai. The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld death sentence for      Yakub Memon, brother of ‘Tiger’ Memon, and the main accused in the      serial blasts. HTFile Photo: A devastated building in Worli after the blasts of 12 March,1993 in Mumbai. The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld death sentence for Yakub Memon, brother of ‘Tiger’ Memon, and the main accused in the serial blasts. HT
  • <b>File Photo:</b>     Explosive experts investigate the nature of the blast at Air India      Building which left 20 dead. Hearing appeals in the case, the apex      court on Thursday commuted the death sentence of 10 other convicts      to life imprisonment. HTFile Photo: Explosive experts investigate the nature of the blast at Air India Building which left 20 dead. Hearing appeals in the case, the apex court on Thursday commuted the death sentence of 10 other convicts to life imprisonment. HT
  • <b>File Photo:</b>     Destruction from the serial blasts at the Plaza Talkies at Dadar      West. In its judgment on Thursday the Supreme Court also held the      police, customs and coastal guards responsible for the 1993 blasts.      HTFile Photo: Destruction from the serial blasts at the Plaza Talkies at Dadar West. In its judgment on Thursday the Supreme Court also held the police, customs and coastal guards responsible for the 1993 blasts. HT
  • <b>File Photo:</b>     Experts in bomb suits figuring out how to defuse powerful bombs      kept in a scooter on the Dadar Naigaon Road. The SC has said the      1993 blasts conspiracy was hatached and managed by Dawood Ibrahim      and others in Pakistan. HTFile Photo: Experts in bomb suits figuring out how to defuse powerful bombs kept in a scooter on the Dadar Naigaon Road. The SC has said the 1993 blasts conspiracy was hatached and managed by Dawood Ibrahim and others in Pakistan. HT
  • <b>File Photo:</b>     Actor Sanjay Dutt, accused for illegal possession of firearms,      leaves a courthouse in Mumbai on 19 August 2002. The Supreme Court      has upheld the conviction of Dutt but reduced his sentence from 6      to 5 years under Arms Act. APFile Photo: Actor Sanjay Dutt, accused for illegal possession of firearms, leaves a courthouse in Mumbai on 19 August 2002. The Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of Dutt but reduced his sentence from 6 to 5 years under Arms Act. AP