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Church Street blast: 2 Patna men arrested

A special police team took two suspected SIMI operatives, Haider Ali alias Black Beauty and Numan Ansari, into custody for alleged involvement in the December 28 Church Street blast. They were picked up from a Patna jail and are being brought he8re in an ... Times of India, 20 hours ago

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Church Street blast: 2 SIMI members from Patna being questioned

Bengaluru, Feb 26: The Bengaluru police will bring down two suspects for questioning in connection with the Church Street blasts. The two persons Haider Ali and Riyaz had been arrested in connection with the Patna serial blasts and the Bodhgaya ...
 Oneindia1 day ago How the radical SIMI was born in Karnataka  One India1 month ago SIMI vs Al-Ummah: Who could have struck at Church Street?  One India1 month ago Church Street blast: Has pressure got the better of the police?  Oneindia8 hours ago
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SIMI Camp: Accused Presented in Court Thru Video Conferencing

KOCHI: The accused persons in the Vagamon SIMI camp case were presented before the NIA Court Judge with the assistance of video conferencing, from the Sabarmati Central Jail, Ahmedabad, on Monday. NIA Court Judge K M Balachandran examined the 26 ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago NIA to bring Vagamon Simi camp accused to Kerala  Oman Tribune1 week ago
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Terror alert in Akola

Terror outfits SIMI and Indian Mujahideen have threatened to blow up coaching classes in Toshniwal Layout area on eastern outskirt of the city.
 Times of India1 month ago Terror outfit SIMI threaten to blow up marriage hall in Meerut  DNA1 month ago SIMI letter threatens to blow up Meerut marriage hall  Business Standard1 month ago Letter claims to blow up marriage hall in Meerut  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Times of India

Bengaluru blast suspects not first timers NIA

A group of SIMI terror suspects who have been dodging intelligence agencies since their escape from Khandwa jail in Madhya Pradesh in October 2013 are believed to be involved in the Bengaluru Church Street bombing on December 28 the National Investigation ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago ‘CCTV grabs of Bengaluru blast suspects not of SIMI fugitives’  Times of India1 month ago Blast suspect in net  The Telegraph1 month ago Bangalore Blast: Role of Alleged SIMI Men Who Escaped Jail Suspected  NDTV1 month ago
First Post.com

SIMI members not well trained in bomb making

By: Sandip Dighe Three blasts carried out by banned terror outfit were not as lethal as the ones in which IM had a hand, according to the state anti-terrorism squad. Five members of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), who fled ...
 Pune Mirror3 weeks ago Bengaluru blast: Banned outfit SIMI's role being probed, says home ministry  First Post.com1 month ago Rs 10 lakh reward for information on Bangalore blast, SIMI's role being probed  Zee News1 month ago Intelligence inputs of terror attack by SIMI team puts Mumbai on high alert  IBN Live1 month ago
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Times of India

Two Delhi hotels, Agra highway on terror radar; alert sounded

Intelligence agencies have warned of a serious threat from SIMI members, who, they claim, have the capability to carry out attacks in most parts of the country. NEW DELHI: Intelligence agencies have sounded an alert regarding Pakistan-based terror mastermind ...
 Economic Times2 months ago High alert in city as SIMI men who fled from jail likely to strike  Times of India2 months ago `SIMI terrorists, who fled MP jail, involved in Burdwan blast?`  Zee News2 months ago Countrywide alert for possible terror strikes by SIMI men  Times of India2 months ago
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India Today

Noida police on alert following arrest of suspected SIMI terrorist

According to highly placed sources, a person who had helped SIMI operatives had been staying in Sector 26 of Noida. His sister Husna was also arrested for helping SIMI operatives involved in a blast at Bijnor, and has been in jail since September 2014.
 India Today1 month ago Role of SIMI members from MP suspected in Bengaluru blast  IndiaTV News1 month ago Police suspect former Simi members to be key plotters  Deccan Herald1 month ago

SIMI activists granted bail

Hyderabad City Police had to cut a sorry figure when the 14th Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Nampally Criminal Court granted bail to two alleged SIMI activists belonging to Maharastra, namely Shah Mudassir and Shoeb Ahmed Khan who were ...
 Siasat Daily4 weeks ago Two 'SIMI operatives' denied bail  Times of India2 months ago
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MP link to Bengaluru blast: How the state allowed SIMI to deepen its networks

SIMI has made the most of the laxity of MP government. Mocking at the ban imposed 13 years ago, the organisation has spread its presence to 21 out of 51 districts. The post MP link to Bengaluru blast: How the state allowed SIMI to deepen its networks appeared ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Bengaluru blast: Finger of suspicion points to SIMI  DNA1 month ago Bengaluru blast: SIMI's Madhya Pradesh module expert on elbow-pipe bomb  Times of India1 month ago Bengaluru IED blast: Was it Mehdi or SIMI?  One India2 months ago
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