REVEALED: MUMBAI MASSACRE GUNMEN.
THESE are the faces of eight of the nine suspected Islamic militants killed in the Mumbai massacre last month.
The chief investigator revealed photos of the men - some from ID cards, others gruesome shots of the dead attackers, aged 20 to 28.
Indian cops said investigators had uncovered new details, including their hometowns in Pakistan.
Rakesh Maria, Mumbai's chief investigator, yesterday revealed the names and aliases they used. He did not say how police had tracked down their hometowns, but they have been interrogating the lone surviving gunman. India has blamed the Pakistani-based group Lashkar-e-Taiba for the attacks that left 171 people dead at train stations, the Taj Mahal Palace hotel, the Oberoi Trident hotel and the Nariman House Jewish centre.
Pakistan has arrested another 20 people, but said it would not hand over any of its citizens to India.
KILLERS Abdul Rehaman Chota, Nasir, alias Abu Umar, and Abu Soheb hit Oberoi, Nariman House and Taj; SHOT Babar Imaran, alias Abu Akasha, at Nariman House; GUNNED DOWN Isamal Khan at railway station, Abu Ali at Taj Palace and Fahad Ullah at the Oberoi hotel; TERRORIST Bada Abdul Rehaman who stormed the Taj