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Bashir, who helped David Headley in Mumbai, is a free man
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Bashir, who helped David Headley in Mumbai, is a free man

Intelligence sources tell Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com how investigators overlooked an important aspect of the 26/11 case. A key suspect, who helped Pakistani-American terrorist David Headley gather information for the 2008 Mumbai attacks, has never been captured. During his interrogation, Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley told American investigators that a man named Bashir escorted him from the time he arrived in Mumbai for the first time on September 14, 2006 (Headley stayed in ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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'Israel won't be happy with what India has done'

'Before a vote in the UN,' one expert tells Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com, 'instructions are given from both the Prime Minister's Office and the Ministry for External Affairs. India should have abstained. On the face of it, it looks like an error on the part of the MEA.' In 2011 India backed the United Nations resolution on the Richard Goldstone Commission report which criticised Israel for its 2008 military offensive in Gaza. According to the Wikileaks cables, this decision angered the United ...
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Stranded nurses in Iraq hospital basement beg for help

Vicky Nanjappa reports on how Indian nurses working in the Iraqi city of Tikrit have moved to the basement of a hospital where they have been trapped following fresh violence.  They haven’t seen sunlight for days. They haven’t dared to venture out. Trapped in the dusty, old basement of a hospital, the 46 Indian nurses only hear mind-boggling bomb explosions bursting every now and then. For almost three weeks now, these 46 Indian nurses have been trapped inside the hospital ...
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What ISIS's new 'Islamic state' means for the world

What is a caliphate? How will it impact Muslims in India and across the world? Vicky Nanjappa speaks to experts who analyse the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria’s declaration of an ‘Islamic state’   Dreaded militant group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria on Sunday announced the establishment of a ‘caliphate’ that ended nearly 100 years ago with the fall of the Ottomans. Experts see this move as a “holy war” and a bid to challenge the central ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago World Wide Web is ISIS's favourite playground  Rediff.com2 months ago 'ISIS cannot declare an Islamic state for the heck of it'  Rediff.com2 months ago How ISIS's 'Islamic state' will shake up terror world  Rediff.com2 months ago
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How Haja Fakruddin ended up in Syria

Haja Fakruddin, a 37 year from Tamil Nadu, is one of ISIS's Indian fighters. Today, Indian intelligence agents tell Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com more Indians are ready to take the jihadi trip to Syria and Iraq. Parangipettai, a trading hub in Tamil Nadu, has seen Arabs, the Portuguese, the Dutch and eventually the British arrive on its shores over the course of centuries.This village, located on the Coromandel Coast, has now exported one of its sons to fight alongside the dreaded Islamic State in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago How ISIS is attracting Muslim youths through online merchandise  Rediff.com1 month ago I don't want to live in this sinful country: Indian ISIS recruit  Rediff.com2 months ago Alarming case of Indians joining ISIS war in Iraq  Rediff.com2 months ago
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'We're living in times deadlier than Cold War days'

The world today is a much more dangerous place when compared to the Cold War days considering the number of extremist incidents we get to witness every day.  Dr Bonny Ibhawoh, associate professor, department of History at the Centre for Peace Studies at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario‎, says that wars tend to spread like wild fire. In this interview with Rediff.com’s Vicky Nanjappa, Dr Ibhawoh says while the United States is clearly not doing enough about the problem, ...
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Wahhabis are taking over Indian mosques, spending crores to grow: IB

The Intelligence Bureau has sounded alarm bells in a secret report about the growth of radical Wahhabi ideology in India. Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com reports.First up, two aspects you should know about the Wahhabis, the strictly orthodox Sunni Muslim sect, in India.1. The current number of Wahhabi followers in India today stands at 18 lakh (1.8 million).2. The sect has generated approximately Rs 1,700 crore (Rs 17 billion) in the past three years through funds pumped in from Saudi ...
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'The world needs to make Russia pay'

'The MH17 incident will hurt Russia morally, legally and strategically.' 'Putin is a very good tactician, but he has isolated Russia.' Thomas de Waal, senior associate, Russia and Eurasia programme, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, speaks to Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com about the MH17 crisis and its fallout for Russia and its President Vladmir Putin. Your thoughts on the shooting down of MH17... Who do you think could be responsible? There is strong evidence that the plane was shot down ...
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'You don't make your country any safer by killing children'

'Abstaining from the UN vote would not have sent a strong enough message to register the great concern India has about the plight of Palestinian civilians,' Michael Kugelman tells Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com The Indian government's decision to vote against Israel at the United Nations has attracted some flak. On Wednesday, July 23, India voted in favour of a probe by the United Nations Human Rights Commission into the killings by Israeli security forces in Gaza. While some question the contrary ...
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'Terrorists don't have the air power to counter the IAF'

'We have not got into a one-on-one with the terrorists. But there is no assurance they won't resort to launching a shoulder or vehicle fired missile. The probability is very low, but the threat exists,' Air Marshal P K Barbora (retd) tells Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com India has been putting together a missile defence system for the past decade-and-a-half, but it will be a while before it is complete, says Air Marshal P K Barbora (retd), who feels the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 ...
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