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Are Indian security agencies prepared to tackle the challenge?

In 1980, when an angry Syed Abdul Karim Tunda decided to do something to prevent the anti-Muslim communal violence, he began visiting mosques frequented by followers of Ahle-Hadees, a puritanical strain of Islam, in Bhiwandi near Mumbai and ...
 India Today2 weeks ago

Charge Tunda under TADA: police ask court

The Delhi Police on Monday urged a court here that the alleged Lashkar-e-Taiba bomb expert Abdul Karim Tunda be charged under stringent Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act (TADA) in a case relating to recovery of explosives here in 1996. The ...
 The Hindu2 months ago Charge Tunda under TADA police ask court  Big News Network2 months ago

HC asks Delhi Police to provide protection to lawyer

The Delhi High Court today asked city police to provide protection to a lawyer, who has claimed that he has been receiving threat calls and SMSes from gangster Ravi Pujari for defending terror suspects including Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin ...
 Business Standard India2 days ago Delhi HC Asks Police to Provide Protection to Lawyer  Outlook India2 days ago
Kathmandu Post

Border business

AUG 02 - The Nepal-India border has been open for centuries as part of tradition and culture. However, there is no agreement in black and white that talks in detail about the situations arising from an open border. India, nonetheless, seems ...
 Kathmandu Post3 weeks ago

Dawood's Aide Brought Under NIA Scanner

NEW DELHI: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is probing the role of Dawood Ibrahim's close aide Iqbal Kana in the Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) syndicate, which is pumping in fake bills worth crores, from Pakistan using Dubai as a transit ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

HOW PAK LET HAFIZ OFF THE HOOK [Mail Today (India)]

[July 28, 2014] (Mail Today (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Pak 2009 chargesheet nails homegrown terrorists but stays silent on JuD boss INDIA on Friday lodged a strong protest with Pakistan over the lack of progress in the trial of ...
 TMC Net1 month ago Taiba SJSC : HOW PAK LET HAFIZ OFF THE HOOK  4 Traders1 month ago

Engaging Saudi Arabia: Priority Issues between New Delhi and Riyadh

India's relations with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are significant from two main angles: First, bilateral; and second, regional and global role of Riyadh and its wider implications. At bilateral level, India and Saudi Arabia enjoy a wide array of ...
 Frontier India1 month ago

MHA Warns Bengal Govt of Possible IM Threat

KOLKATA: Close proximity to the Indo-Bangladesh border is a safe haven for Indian Mujahideen (IM) terrorists attempting to sneak into the country, according to a Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) memo, which was sent to the West Bengal Government. An ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Bengal Government Gets MHA Warning on IM Threat  New Indian Express1 month ago IM ultra remanded in police custody  The Statesman1 month ago

Pune blast explosives supplier held in Kolkata

KOLKATA: A 57-year-old Bangladeshi national, who allegedly supplied the explosives to Indian Mujahideen for the German Bakery blast in Pune in February 2010, was arrested from Kolkata railway station near Cossipore on Wednesday evening. Md Zahid ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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