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Militants who killed gallantry medal recipient gets Geelani praise
Hindustan Times

Separatist leader Geelani says Colonel Rai's killers are martyrs

Separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani has paid tributes to the two Hizbul Mujahideen militants who killed decorated Indian army officer Colonel MN Rai and head constable Sanjeev Kumar Singh during an encounter in south Kashmir's Tral area this ... Hindustan Times, 3 hours ago

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Inmarsat : Police hunt for satellite phone users in K'taka

DID any of the five people, who have been accused of setting up a local module of the banned terror outfit Indian Mujahideen ( IM), use a satellite phone to communicate with their handler? Though the Bengaluru police did not mention about any ...
 4 Traders17 hours ago IM sleeper cells alarm Karnataka police  India Today1 week ago 4 arrested IM suspects part of terror module: Bengaluru police  News on Air2 weeks ago IM suspects part of terror module: Bengaluru police chief  24Dunia2 weeks ago

Cops bring IM suspect before wife, daughter

A homeopathy doctor, arrested on charges of being an Indian Mujahideen operative, is said to have confessed to terror activities after he was brought face to face with his family members, particularly his wife, in custody, police sources said.
 Times of India1 day ago
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Braveheart colonel's inspirational Whatsapp status

New Delhi: The braveheart Indian Army Colonel Munindra Nath Rai, who was killed in an encounter with Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Tral area on January 27, was a daring soldier who always led his team from the front. His ...
 MSN News1 day ago Army Colonel, one police constable killed in encounter with terrorists in Tral a ...  INooz2 days ago
Business Standard

Church Street blast: Investigation moving in right lines, says Bangalore Police Commissioner

According to reports, three Indian Mujahideen (IM) suspects have been arrested by the Bangalore Police's crime branch from Bhatkal ANI | Bengaluru January 9, 2015 Last Updated at 17:18 IST Police inspect the spot where a low intensity bomb exploded on Sunday ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Church Street blast- 100 policemen chasing nobody  Oneindia1 day ago Investigation into Church Street blast 'moving in right direction', says Police commissioner MN Reddi  DNA India2 weeks ago

Security agencies fear a new Indian Mujahideen bomb-maker could be on the prowl

NEW DELHI: Ahead of US President , security agencies are concerned that a 'Waqas-2' may be on the prowl or waiting in the wings to enter India from Pakistan. Waqas, alias Zia-ur-Rehman, is a Pakistani bomb-maker who executed several blasts in India ...
 Times of India1 week ago Ahead of Obama's visit, IB alert warns of possible ...  Firstpost.com6 days ago Ahead of Obama Visit, Security Beefed Up Across Kashmir Valley  Outlook India6 days ago PTI - KASHMIR-OBAMA 2 LAST  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago
India Today

2013 Mumbai blasts case: ATS seeks custody of IM explosives supplier, aide

The Mumbai Anti-Terrorism Squad has approached a special court in Bangalore seeking custody of two alleged Indian Mujahideen terror operatives to probe their alleged role in the 2011 Mumbai blasts. The ATS application, which was placed before the ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Bhatkal crackdown: Dr Syed Ismail Afaq has been framed by police  India Today1 week ago Police probes man over Indian Mujahideen in Bengaluru  Asian Age1 week ago New IM module probe: Bangalore cops detain techie for questioning  Indian Express1 week ago

Police custody of arrested Bhatkal men extended till Feb 3

Bangalore: Police custody of four suspected operatives of the banned Indian Mujahideen, arrested recently, was extended till February 3 by a court here today. "Court has extended the Police custody of Aafaque, Abdul Saboor, Riyaz Syeedi & Saddam ...
 SahiOnline1 week ago Police custody of IM operatives extended till Feb 3  Press Trust of India1 week ago Bengaluru: Police custody of IM operatives extended  DNA1 week ago ATS takes custody of IM suspect  Times of India1 month ago
India Today

Bhatkal that's known for terror activities comes under spotlight after the arrest of IM men

The Karnataka Police and intelligence agencies were under the impression that the link between the Indian Mujahideen (IM) and the communally-sensitive coastal town of Bhatkal, where the terror outfit took shape nearly 10 years ago, was over.
 India Today2 weeks ago Two Hizbul Mujahideen cadres arrested  24Dunia1 week ago Did police pick up two more in blast probe?  Asian Age2 weeks ago 3 IM Members Arrested from Bengaluru and Bhatkal  International Business Times India2 weeks ago
Times of India

4 IM men supplied explosives for all blasts since 2008

Four Indian Mujahideen operatives, arrested last week from Bhatkal in Karnataka, had supplied explosives for all the bomb blasts carried out by the outfit in the country since 2008, investigations
 Times of India1 week ago Busted IM module supplied explosives for blasts since 2010  24Dunia2 weeks ago Busted IM ring supplied explosives since 2010  24Dunia2 weeks ago Trio may have supplied material to local modules  Times of India2 weeks ago
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