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TMC alleges BJP and CPI (M) hand in Burdwan blast
International Business Times India

East India Terror Company

As the NIA narrows down the investigation of the Burdwan blast, Ratnadip Choudhury details how Islamist militant groups have used the eastern frontiers for decades Chasing shadows Many sleeper cells had become active in eastern India after ... Tehelka, 10 hours ago
Burdwan blast puts Bengal back on terror map Times of India, 2 weeks ago
TMC alleges BJP and CPI (M) hand in Burdwan blast International Business Times India, 2 weeks ago
India Blooms

Why are they storms in your teacups?

"Why is there no storm in your ocean?" Maulana Aasim Umar, now designated as the leader of al Qaeda's jihad in the Indian sub-continent, had demanded of Indian Muslims in June 2013, "Today, when the call of Jihad is being raised all over the world ...
 India Blooms1 week ago Storms In Media Teacups  Outlook India1 month ago India-Pakistan: Why Are They Storms In Your Teacups? Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago
Indian Express

Notes of a Jihadi

Covers of books authored by Maulana Asim Umar. His Dajjal, printed on high-quality paper, has run into eight print editions in Pakistan. Coca-Cola's bright red logo, splashed across half a page. That's the image that screams out from the dense ...
 Indian Express6 days ago
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CID probe finds jihadi link to Burdwan blast

Investigation into the October 2 blast case has seen a further twist, with the West Bengal CID finding that the terrorist module operating out of Khagragarh in Burdwan district was not only planning a strike but also looking to recruit youngsters.
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago What went on inside Bengal's house of terror?  Rediff.com1 week ago New leads in Burdwan blast case  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Terrorists planned to kill Bangladesh PM  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Asim Umar: A new actor in the world jihadist stage

Isha Sharma 24 September 2014 Asim Umar, appointed as the commander of Qaedat al-Jihad in the Indian Subcontinent (QJIS) in August this year, has emerged as a new actor in the global jihadist stage. Little is ...
 Observer India4 weeks ago Asim Umar: A New Actor In World Jihadist Stage Analysis  Eurasia Review4 weeks ago
Business Insider

These Jihadist Commanders Set The Stage For 'Al Qaeda In The Indian Subcontinent'

An overview of statements by senior al Qaeda leaders as well as the group's joint operations shows that al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent, the newest regional branch of the global jihadist group, was formed by incorporating elements of established ...
 Business Insider1 month ago Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent incorporates regional jihadist groups  The Long War Journal1 month ago Al-Qaeda chief in region may be of Indian origin: Intel agencies  Indian Express3 weeks ago

US Jihadist Vengeance Murders of Innocents, Plotting Highlights Growing Jihadi Threat to Homeland

By: Amanda Vicinanzo, Contributing Editor and Anthony Kimery, Editor-in-Chief 09/23/2014 (12:58pm) In the past few weeks, members of jihadist social media forums have issued numerous threats against the US and other Western nations ...
 HS Today1 month ago
Eurasia Review

Safe hide-out: Al-Qaeda turning Hyderabad into its stronghold in South India?

Posted by: Oneindia Staff Writer Hyderabad was to be the epicentre of the Al-Qaeda through which it was decided to target several youth from Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. National Investigating Agency officials informed that it appears that ...
 Oneindia12 hours ago Al Qaeda video and its message for India  Observer India1 month ago
Rediff.com

Did this Bengal madrassa train terrorists?

The Simulia madrasaa on the outskirts of Bardhaman. Photograph: Dipak Chakraborty   The Simulia madrassa, on the outskirts of Bardhaman town in West Bengal, allegedly had links with Gulshana Bibi and Amina Bibi, the women arrested after the October 2 blast in the town. The NIA alleges the madrassa trained poor Muslim women in jihad. The madrassa had an unwritten convention: The women trained there would be married only to men who were on the same 'mission.' Indrani Roy/Rediff.com and ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Climate Change on the Nuclear Subcontinent

Co-authored by William Blakemore In a recent blog post , Secretary of State John Kerry described climate change as a "gathering storm," already affecting millions around the world and posing direct challenges to our national security and global ...
 Huffington Post3 days ago
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