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Former SIMI activist convicted for communal propaganda
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Ex-SIMI convicted for communal propaganda

Indore, Mar 26 (PTI) A local court today sentenced a former activist of the banned organisation Students Islamic Movement of India to two years' rigorous imprisonment and a fine of Rs 1,000 for spreading communal hatred. Additional Chief Judicial ... Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago
Former SIMI activist convicted for communal propaganda Business Standard, 3 weeks ago

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Anti-Modi plot: 14 SIMI operatives get bail

A Chhattisgarh court has granted bail to 14 suspected Students' Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) operatives, who were accused of having plotted to assassinate Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in the Assembly ...
 NetIndia123.com3 weeks ago 14 suspected SIMI members who were arrested last year get bail  IBN Live3 weeks ago MP SIMI suspect arrested in Ujjain claims ATS  Hindustan Times2 months ago PTI - SIMI-BAIL (LGB16) - Suspected SIMI activists who were arrested last year get bail  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror

Tribunal asks SIMI why centre's ban on it ...

Mumbai Mirror Bureau A special tribunal has issued a public notice to Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), asking them to explain why the centre's ban on the organization should not be abjudicated. As part of the process, the tribunal, ...
 Mumbai Mirror3 weeks ago 'I am SIMI and I am not a terrorist'  India Today1 month ago Govt bans SIMI for another five years  The Week2 months ago Govt bans Students Islamic Movement of India for five years  First Post.com2 months ago
IBN Live

16 SIMI operatives nabbed in Chhattisgarh in last one year: Minister

A total of 16 SIMI (Student Islamic Movement of India) operatives were arrested in the past one year in Chhattisgarh, state Home Minister Ramsewak Paikra said in the Assembly on Wednesday. In a written reply tabled on the floor of the House to a query from ...
 Zee News2 months ago 16 SIMI operatives nabbed in last one year: Minister  IBN Live2 months ago 16 SIMI operatives nabbed in C'garh in last one yr: minister  Business Standard2 months ago

SIMI leader confesses to inciting communal trouble

Rajgarh (MP), Feb 27 (PTI) Members of banned outfit Students Islamic Movement of India have told a court here that three local youths were also involved in fomenting communal tension in Narsinghgarh in 2008. Former SIMI leader Safdar Nagori, ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago PTI - COURT-SIMI (LGB4) - SIMI leader confesses to inciting communal trouble  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago

SIMI continues to engage in subversive activities: govt

The banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) continues to engage in subversive activities which are prejudicial to the integrity and security of the country, Rajya Sabha was informed today. "Reports have been received from various states and Union ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Islamic Movements in India (Flash)

lslam Online is the leading and original Islamic portal on the Internet. IslamOnline's objective is to portray a accurate picture of Islam to the world as well as providing support services for Muslims as well as for non Muslims wishing to explore ...
 IslamOnline NET1 week ago Taliban plot with seminaries to assault Islamabad: ...  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Sufism in the subcontinent  Pakistan Today17 hours ago Child Marriage Should Be Legal, Says Council Of Islamic Ideology: Report Claims  Daily Messenger1 month ago

1,000 Christian, Hindu girls forced to convert to Islam every year in Pakistan: report April 8, 2014| UPDATED18:30 IST Around 1,000 Christian and Hindu women in Pakistan are forcibly converted to Islam and married to Muslim men every year, says a report released by Movement for Solidarity and Peace (MSP) on Monday.
 India Today1 week ago Hatred for Hindus  The Friday Times3 weeks ago Muslim League in Barabanki  The Friday Times3 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Chinese police arrests four more in Kunming station knife attack case

A group of six men and two women stated to be members of East Turkistan Islamic Militant Movement (ETIM) carried out the attack at the crowded railway station, randomly slashing at people in a frenzy.
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Somali Islamists attack hotel in central region  DNA1 month ago China blames Islamic militants for Kunming attack, 33 killed, 130 injured (view pics)  IndiaTV News1 month ago Watch in pics how Islamic militants attacked Somalian presidential palace, 11 killed  IndiaTV News1 month ago
Indian Express

Militants attack Afghan election office in Kabul

It's the latest in a series of high-profile attacks that come as the Islamic militant movement steps up a campaign of violence to disrupt presidential elections, which are due to be held in a week. A spokesman for the Independent Election Commission said ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Voting against the Taliban  Indian Express1 day ago Three Afghan soldiers killed in bomb attacks  Afghanistan News Center2 weeks ago Afghan forces kill 5 Taliban militants  Millennium Post3 weeks ago
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