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IM founder's namesake detained

Security agencies thought they had finally got hold of Indian Mujahideen founder Amir Reza Khan, but their jubilation was short-lived as it turned out that the person detained in a European country was not the man they were looking for. Sources said a man was ... Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago

IM man, suspected to be dead, named in NIA chargesheet

A man suspected to be killed during an encounter in Afghanistan has been named by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in its chargesheet filed before a Delhi court on Monday. The man identified as Anwar Hussain alias Noor is a native of Bhatkal ...
 India Today3 hours ago NIA files supplementary charge sheet against 20 IM operatives  Siasat Daily4 hours ago NIA files supplementary chargesheet against 20 IM operatives  Siasat Daily3 hours ago
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National Assembly of Pakistan

Meeting of National Assembly House & Library Committee adjourns as a Protest on Continuous Absence of Chairman CDA - September 16, 2014

Islamabad; September 16, 2014: NA Standing Committee on House and Library which met here under the Chairmanship of Deputy Speaker, National Assembly Murtaza Javed Abbasi has adjourned its meeting as a protest against rowdy attitude of Chairman, CDA ...
 National Assembly of Pakistan6 days ago
Yahoo! India

This Maoist leader has a Rs 2.5 crore bounty on his head

(Photo: India Today Group) NEW DELHI: Dawood who? Top Maoist leader Mupalla Lakshman Rao also known as Ganapathy carries the largest bounty on his head, worth 10 ten times more than that offered for 'India's Most Wanted' fugitive and Mumbai blasts ...
 Yahoo! India6 days ago For informers, Maoist leader Ganapathy now worth 10 Dawoods  India Today6 days ago

Why Al Qaeda's new wing is likely to fail in India

Manoj Joshi 08 September 2014 No one is clear as to why Ayman al Zawahiri, who succeeded Osama bin Laden as the chief of the Al Qaeda, has decided to create a new South Asian wing of his ...
 Observer India2 weeks ago

Zarif optimistic about nuclear deal after EU talks

Rezakhani: Iran has most women filmmakers in world By Sadeq Dehqan With over 900 women filmmakers, Iran boasts the highest number of women cineastes in the world. According to Maziar Rezakhani, secretary of the Eighth National and Fourth ...
 Iran Daily2 weeks ago Houthis reject president's proposal to quell protests  Iran Daily2 weeks ago Iran unveils high-tech radar systems  Iran Daily2 weeks ago Hamas popularity surges after war  Iran Daily2 weeks ago

Rezakhani: Iran has most women filmmakers in world

By Sadeq Dehqan With over 900 women filmmakers, Iran boasts the highest number of women cineastes in the world. According to Maziar Rezakhani, secretary of the Eighth National and Fourth International Parvin Etesami Film Festival, Iranian ...
 Iran Daily2 weeks ago
Times of India

Indian Mujahideen defanged a year after Yasin Bhatkal's arrest

NEW DELHI: A year ago, India's most wanted terrorist Yasin Bhatkal alias Ahmad Zarar Siddibappa was arrested by the intelligence agencies for carrying out a series of blasts across the country since 2007. Indian Mujahideen, which claimed more than ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago A year since Yasin Bhatkal's arrest, Indian Mujahideen remain virtually neutralized  Times of India3 weeks ago

Bavar-373 missile defense system test-fired

Iran seeks comprehensive nuclear deal An Iranian deputy foreign minister has expressed hope that Tehran and six world powers would reach a final nuclear deal, saying Iran is looking for a comprehensive agreement. Our objective in the ongoing ...
 Iran Daily3 weeks ago IRNA chief: Resistance economy to deter enemy plots  Iran Daily3 weeks ago Call for closer Nicaragua ties  Iran Daily3 weeks ago Pakistan leaders and tough choices  Iran Daily3 weeks ago

Delhi Confidential: False Alaram

A team of intelligence officials, including a few from the NIA, almost took off for a visit to Europe after it became known that a man suspected to be Indian Mujahideen founder Amir Reza had been detained in one of the countries there. The details ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
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