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Two terror suspects from Maharashtra nabbed at Secunderabad station
Times of India

2 terror suspects from Maha nabbed at Sec'bad rail station

HYDERABAD: An alleged Student Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) activist was arrested along with an associate of arrested Indian Mujahideen (IM) activist Mansoor Peerbhoy, by North Zone police on their arrival at Secunderabad railway station on ... Times of India, 11 hours ago

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Deccan Chronicle

Former SIMI President Dies in Road Mishap

HYDERABAD: Former president of the proscribed Student Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) died and his driver was hospitalised after receiving serious injuries in a road accident in Nalgonda district on Saturday. Syed Salahuddin was the former ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago SIMI Former President Salauddin dies in car accident  Siasat Daily4 days ago Former SIMI president killed in road accident  The Hindu5 days ago Former SIMI president Syed Salahuddin dies in car accident  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Bijnore blast : UP police yet to trace absconding SIMI activists

The Uttar Pradesh police is yet to arrest six activists of the Students Islamic Movement of India(SIMI) for there involvement in the accidental blast here on September 12. The police, however, claim to have nabbed one accused Mohammad Fuqran, who ...
 NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago Al Qaeda to use SIMI to target India: Intelligence Bureau  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Al Qaeda to seek help of Simi sleeper cells in India  Asian Age2 weeks ago Battle both within and outside  New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago
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An alert has been sounded to the sleuths of the Uttarakhand

has been sounded to the sleuths of the Uttarakhand after getting inputs that hard-crore members of Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), who were involoved in terror activity in Western UP and were absconding since blast in Bijnore, had slipped ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago SIMI fugitives might be headed for Uttarakhand  Economic Times1 month ago SIMI fugitives headed to Uttarakhand?  Times of India1 month ago

SIMI imprint in Bijnor bomb blast

After Union home minister Rajnath Singh announced the renewal of a five-year ban on the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) in Delhi on Friday, sleeper cells of the outfit made their presence felt in Uttar Pradesh during investigations in the Bijnor ...
 Times of India1 month ago Govt extends ban on SIMI for five more years: Rajnath Singh  Zee News1 month ago
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New Indian Express

NIA files chargesheet against ten in Gandhi Maidan serial blast case

National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed chargesheet against ten Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) operatives in connection with serial blast in Gandhi Maidan, Patna on Octorber 27 last year during the Hoonkar Rally of BJP addressed by ...
 NetIndia123.com2 months ago NIA clean chit to man held for plotting Modi rally blasts  Times of India1 month ago NIA clean chit to man held for ‘plotting Modi rally blasts’  Times of India1 month ago Actress Namitha Inaugurates KSK Technologies Stills  Chennai Online1 month ago
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SIMI ban to continue for 5 more years

A special tribunal on Wednesday upheld the ban imposed by the Centre on Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act for another five years.
 Hindustan Times2 months ago SIMI ban upheld by Delhi HC panel for five more years  Zee News2 months ago SIMI ban upheld by tribunal for five more years  Prokerala2 months ago
One India

SIMI eyes a bigger role in India, wants to make its presence felt online

Two persons who were picked up from the funeral of Salahuddin Ahmed the former chief of the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) has got the agencies interested and are probing the launch of their new outfit known as the electronic warfare group.
 One India2 hours ago
DNA India

MP court acquits four men accused of bank robbery, SIMI links

08:03 pm Bhopal: A local court today acquitted four suspected activists of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) in a bank robbery case. Additional sessions judge B S Bhadoria acquitted Mohammad Sajid, Mohammad Sadiq, Abu Faisal Khan ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago Bhopal court acquits SIMI operatives in bank robbery case  Hindustan Times1 month ago Madhya Pradesh court acquits four men accused of bank robbery, SIMI links  DNA India1 month ago
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Rediff.com

Intelligence agencies happy with SIMI ban extension

Intelligence agencies welcomed the Delhi high court’s decision to extend the ban on the Students Islamic Movement of India.   An intelligence officer said that SIMI had been showing signs of revival in the past year. The first major attack the SIMI carried out was with the Indian Mujahideen at Bodh Gaya in Bihar. The SIMI sought to take up the cause of the Rohingya Muslims with this attack. The second attack was in Patna at a rally addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. While the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Simi ban upheld by court panel  Asian Age2 months ago HC Confirms SIMI Ban, Moots Setting Up Special Tribunal  Outlook2 months ago HC panel confirms SIMI ban, moots setting up special tribunal  IBN Live2 months ago
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