- August 1990: Sarabjit Singh, arrested for illegally entering Pakistan, subsequently charged with the death of 14 people in the Lahore-Faisalabad serial bomb blasts
- October 1991: Charged with being an Indian spy and sentenced to death. The sentence is upheld by a higher court.
- March 2006: Pakistan SC rejects his mercy petition and upholds the death sentence
- March 2008: Sarabjit’s fresh mercy plea turned down by Pak President Pervez Musharraf, but execution delayed following appeal from his family
- December 2009: Jas Uppal, a British lawyer, launches an international campaign to get Sarabjit released
- May 2012: Sarabjit files his fifth appea for clemency before Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari.
- June 2012: Zardari commutes his death sentence to life and some news reports suggest he may be released as part of an Indo-Pak...