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Did ISI back Lashkar's plan to attack Indian consulate in Herat?
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Did ISI back Lashkar's plan to attack Indian consulate in Herat?

Rogue elements in Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence worry about India’s interference in Afghanistan after the West pullout. The Herat attack was an attempt to send a strong message to New Delhi to keep away, sources in the Intelligence Bureau point out.    Terror group Lashkar-e-Tayiba was behind the attack on the Indian consulate in Herat, Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai said on Monday. He also emphasised that the attack was directly aimed at disrupting ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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IM bombmaker's release from jail made him deadlier

Indian Mujahideen's bomb-maker Abdul Subhan’s is a case which would make authorities think twice about releasing deadly terrorists on the basis of good nature. Arrested in 2000 for supplying RDX and AK-47 rifles, he was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment by a court. However, because of his good conduct in jail he was released in 2010. According to an intelligence source, he turned even more dangerous once he was out of jail. From an arms supplier for the Inter-Services Intelligence, he ...
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Karachi attack, latest sign that ISI is losing control

The attacks on Karachi airport and the Airport Security Force camp are growing signs how Pakistan’s home-made monster, the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, is growing stronger and is no longer under the tight grip of the Inter-Services-Intelligence, its godfather. Vicky Nanjappa reports how these attacks are just the beginning and there are many more to come. While Pakistan reels from the second attack by the Tehreek-e-Taliban, 48 hours after they claimed responsibility for the attack at ...
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How Modi sarkar can bring Dawood back to India

Even though Dawood Ibrahim is under the protection of Pakistan’s ISI, the Indian government can bring the underworld don back to India using diplomacy and back channels, reports Vicky Nanjappa. Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his extensive election campaign had promised that he would hunt down India’s most wanted man Dawood Ibrahim and ensure that justice is carried out. Now, with Modi becoming PM, he wants to live up to his promise and bring down the dreaded terrorist.
 Rediff.com1 month ago Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim planning to target Delhi  IndiaTV News1 month ago
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India's last terror module shut down, but...

Wednesday’s arrest of four terror suspects including that of SIMI mastermind Haider Ali signals the end of the road for organised terror modules in India, claims the Intelligence Bureau. But what’s worrying is that the Al Qaeda and Taliban are taking keen interest in the terror operations in India. Vicky Nanjappa reports At a Bhopal court, several SIMI members shouted slogans: Jai Taliban, ab Modi teri baari. In Kozhikode, posters giving a call for jihad were pasted on walls. Ansar ...
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Eminently funny historians

All those of us who care about books should welcome the appointment, as head of the Indian Council of Historical Research, of Yellapragada Sudarshan Rao. This is not because Rao has so far distinguished himself as a writer about “history and tourism management”, which is the department of Kakatiya University in Warangal he headed before retiring to head an Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh-backed project to “write history from a nationalist perspective and popularise ...
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The rising clout of ISIS is worrying for India too

With two Pakistani groups pledging support to the ISIS, the danger is pretty close to India. Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com reports The jihadist group Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant has so far been active only in Iraq and Syria. But the violence may spread to other nations with the outfit’s declaration of the caliphate and a global call for jihad. The loss of a chemical weapons depot to the ISIS, a letter to the United Nations stating that the group has 88 pounds of uranium, and two ...
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'JuD used charity money to fund Mumbai 26/11 attacks'

The Jamaat-ud-Dawa not only collected funds for charity and diverted it to the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, but also helped the outfit legitimise money collected through extortion, counterfeiting, smuggling and animal skin trade. Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com reports An Intelligence Bureau dossier has revealed that an amount of around Rs 1,17,37,820 was spent to carry out the Mumbai 26/11 terror attack by Pakistan sponsored Lashkar-e-Tayiba. The dossier is significant considering the recent ban on the ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

The Al Qaeda is coming to Kashmir

A new video, released by Maulana Asim Umar -- a senior leader of Al Qaeda's Pakistan cell -- urging Kashmiris to follow the footsteps of their "brothers" in Iraq and Syria and launch a jihad against India, has rung alarm bells in New Delhi. The video, issued hours after Home Minister Rajnath Singh was briefed about the possibility of massive infiltration into India once American troops left Afghanistan and featuring images of the 2010 demonstrations in Jammu and Kashmir and the silhouette of ...
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What are Indian Mujahideen operatives doing in Afghanistan?

The Indian Mujhaideen does not want to be an India-centric outfit anymore and is keen on joining forces with the Taliban and Al-Qaeda. Vicky Najappa/Rediff.com reports      Around 30 operatives of the Indian Mujahideen are in Afghanistan to assist the Taliban in their operations against Western forces. The National Investigation Agency, which has been interrogating top Indian Mujahideen operatives like Yasin Bhatkal, Tehsin Akthar, Waqas Ahmed and Assadullah Akthar, has ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Why ISI has been recruiting youngsters in South India  Rediff.com2 months ago
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