Five operatives of the Harkat-ul-Jihadi Islami funded, Tehreek Ghalaba E Islam including the deadly Viqarruddin Ahmed were killed in an encounter when they were trying to escape. These operatives who had been arrested for acts of terror were being taken to ... One India, 1 month ago
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Bengaluru, April 7: Five terror suspects belonging to the Harkat-ul-Jihadi Islami sponsored, Tehreek Ghalaba E Islam were shot down in an encounter at Warangal today. Among the five persons killed was a key operative Viqarrudin Ahmed who had hatched two plans ...One India, 1 month ago
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