Maria laid bare the tentacles of the Indian Mujahideen after a series of blasts across the country in 2008 One of the most talked about IPS officers in the country, 1981-batch officer Rakesh Maria has an enviable track record of solving several ... Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
India is not entirely satisfied with Islamabad’s version of the case, says Vicky Nanjappa Fahim Ansari, an accused in the terror strike on Mumbai who was acquitted by the Supreme Court, remains an accused in the 26/11 trial going on in Pakistan. On Thursday, the history of Fahim Ansari’s trips to the country was submitted before a court in Pakistan. Authorities in Islamabad believe that his visits to Pakistan before the 26/11 attack were directly connected to the terror strike. The ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Leaders of terror groups thrive on riots to foster anger and resentment against the majority community among brainwashed youth of the affected community, insiders in security agencies tell Vicky Nanjappa The Intelligence Bureau and the Union home ministry have dismissed reports about terror group Lashkar-e-Tayiba going on a recruiting spree in the riot-affected region of Muzzafarnagar in Uttar Pradesh. “It shows us in a poor light. If a riot has occurred in September and Lashkar leaders ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
How old was Ajmal Kasab when he was recruited into the Lashkar-e-Tayiba to carry out the 26/11 attacks? Going by an interrogation report prepared by the Bangalore Police, Kasab was 16 when he was roped into the LeT. The interrogation report of the Bangalore police is related to the attack on the Indian Institute of Science in 2005 and a team had managed to question Kasab in 2009 when he was alive. The questioning was to do with his knowledge of the IISC attack, and surprisingly Kasab did make a ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
The Al Qaeda and other terror groups are obsessively meticulous about accounting. Leave alone guns and explosives, they keep a tab of every penny spent -- even on a bar of soap, a light bulb or spaghetti. Vicky Nanjappa reports Terror groups function like multi-nationals. Over a 100 invoices and bills retrieved from an Al Qaeda hub in Timbaktu Mali, North Africa reveal that the terror group keeps an accounts of even the most minor expenses. Here is a list (left bottom) that ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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