A local anti-terrorism court charged seven men on Wednesday with planning and helping execute last year's Mumbai terror attacks in neighboring India, report said. The indictments came on the eve of the first anniversary of the attacks on India's financial center that killed 166 people. All seven suspects in the case pleaded not guilty, defense lawyer Hammad Amin Siddiqui and prosecutor Malik Rab Nawaz told the reporters. The men, allegedly belonging to the Lashkar-e-Taiba group, could face the death penalty if convicted.