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Administration wants NSA to stop viewing old U.S. phone records, destroy the data
Japan Times

NSA to destroy controversial phone records

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has decided that the National Security Agency will soon stop examining — and will ultimately destroy — millions of American calling records it collected under a controversial program leaked by former ... Denver Post, 27 minutes ago
NSA to destroy collected phone call records, 47 minutes ago

NIA announces Rs 10 lakh reward for 3 absconding SIMI operatives

National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday announced Rs 10 lakh reward each for four SIMI suspects alleged to be involved in a series of blasts across the country.
 Times of India3 days ago National Investigation Agency offers Rs 10 lakh for Simi men  Deccan Chronicle3 days ago NIA puts up bounty on four Simi fugitives  Deccan Herald3 days ago Bengaluru Church Street blasts: Hunt for SIMI member intensified  One India3 days ago
Times of India

NIA chargesheet

Sleuths of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) filed a chargesheet against four suspected cadres of the NDFB (S) today. They were arrested in connection with their alleged involvement in the attacks at Hatijuli and Shantipur villages, inhabited by Adivasi ...
 The Telegraph5 days ago NIA files chargesheet against four NDFB militants  Sify5 days ago Sonitpur attacks: NIA files chargesheet against four accused  Business Standard2 weeks ago NIA files charge sheet against two Maoists in Kolkata court  News Chennai Online3 weeks ago

NIA begins probe into 2008 Malegaon blasts, four years after registering an FIR

Four years after it registered an FIR in connection with the 2008 Malegaon blasts, National Investigations Agency (NIA) for the first time has begun investigations in the case.
 Times of India3 days ago National Investigation Agency identifies 14 who ambushed Army convoy in Manipur  Economic Times2 weeks ago NIA to probe Bengal local train blast  Prokerala2 weeks ago National Investigation Agency to probe Bengal local train blast  Economic Times2 weeks ago
One India

NIA seeks Bangla help to nab JMB terrorists

National Investigation Agency (NIA) has for the first time admitted that they have approached the Bangladeshi government to collect evidence against four Bangla nationals, whom they are looking for, in connection with the Khagragarh blast case.
 Times of India2 days ago NIA team off to Manipur  The Telegraph1 month ago Wannabe ISIS module: NIA joins the probe  One India2 months ago NIA set to probe ISIS module busted in Ratlam  Times of India2 months ago
Asian Lite

Interview with CBI's National Threat of India

India's prime investigation agency CBI is labelling Teesta Setalva, arights activist, as a national threat of India. In an interview with Preetha Nair, she says she is athreat only to those who believe in hatred. Teesta is running acampaign to get ...
 Asian Lite4 days ago Teesta Setalvad's lawyers slam CBI for calling her a 'threat to national security'  DNA1 week ago Teesta Setalvad's Lawyers Hit Out at CBI for Calling Her Threat to National Security  NDTV1 week ago India to become member of SCO  Deccan Herald1 month ago
IndiaTV News

Vyapam scam: UN body calls for probe into death of Delhi journo

Indian authorities have been called on by the head of a UN agency mandated to defend freedom of expression to investigate the mysterious death of TV reporter Akshay Singh while covering the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh, saying crimes against journalists must ...
 Mathrubhumi1 week ago UN body calls for probe into death of Indian journalist  Deccan Herald1 week ago UN body calls for probe into death of Indian journalist  One India1 week ago UN body calls for probe into mysterious death of Akshay Singh  Deccan Herald1 week ago
The Telegraph

National Investigation Agency arrests top NSCN(K) leader in Manipur ambush

Anal had actually been arrested on June 11, merely seven days after the attack, by Imphal West district police commandoes in a search operation.
 Economic Times4 weeks ago Paraolon ambush Court gives custody of 'accused' to NIA  E Pao!4 weeks ago Manipur ambush accused in NIA custody  The Telegraph4 weeks ago Key man in ambush on armymen in Manipur held by NIA  Business Standard4 weeks ago
MSN India

NIA seeks directions from Home Ministry to denotify former prosecutor Rohini Salian

The National Investigation Agency has sought directions from the home ministry to denotify the former special public prosecutor Rohini Salian.
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Need special agency to bring back black money  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago Special Public Prosecutor Rohini Salian Not in NIA Prosecutors List  Outlook3 weeks ago Spl PP Rohini Salian does not figure in NIA prosecutors list  Business Standard3 weeks ago

Achhe din for Saffron Terror? NIA closes investigation in Modasa blast case

There have been much discussions that India's National Investigation Agency (NIA) was trying to save accused linked with Hindutva groups in various “saffron terror” related bomb blast cases. The NIA was said to have changed the course of it's ...
 Sikh Siyasat Online2 weeks ago NIA closure report in 2008 Modasa blast case  Asian Age2 weeks ago NIA Files Closure Report in 2008 Modasa Bombing Case  NDTV2 weeks ago Khagragarh blast: Laptop reveals funds trail to JMB  Times of India1 month ago
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