A court in the western Mumbai city in India has found 12 guys guilty because of their roles in the 2006 bombings of commuter trains.
The 12 men were accused of waging war from murder, conspiracy and the state. One guy was acquitted.
The bombings on 11 July 2006 injured more than 800 and killed 189 people.
India accused Pakistan-based militant group Lashkar e Taiba of carrying out the blasts, an allegation that has been denied by Pakistan.