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Coming Soon: India's first anti-terror academy
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Coming Soon: India's first anti-terror academy

A first-of-its-kind anti-terror academy will come up in New Delhi to keep detectives ahead of the terrorists. Vicky Nanjappa reports. The government will set up an anti-terror academy in New Delhi.The brainchild of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, the academy will train police officers and intelligence agents on various aspects of the fight against terror.Senior officials told Rediff.com that Doval -- a former director of the Intelligence Bureau -- believes that unless sleuths are trained ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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The rising clout of ISIS is worrying for India too

With two Pakistani groups pledging support to the ISIS, the danger is pretty close to India. Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com reports The jihadist group Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant has so far been active only in Iraq and Syria. But the violence may spread to other nations with the outfit’s declaration of the caliphate and a global call for jihad. The loss of a chemical weapons depot to the ISIS, a letter to the United Nations stating that the group has 88 pounds of uranium, and two ...
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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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Boko Haram, Dawood tie up to sell drugs in India

Boko Haram and Dawood Ibrahim have struck a deal to sell drugs in India, discovers Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com Nigerians who sell drugs in Goa are allegedly now under the control of Boko Haram, the dreaded terrorist organisation based in northeastern Nigeria and an Al Qaeda affiliate, claims an Intelligence Bureau report. Boko Haram, which funds its acts of brutal terror through its involvement in the drug trade, has now entered India with the help of fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim, the ...
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UNHRC complaint may embarrass Modi

Vicky Nanjappa reports on the move to lodge a complaint against Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the United Nations Human Rights Council.Organisations in the United States -- that have been campaigning against granting a US visa to Prime Minister Narendra Modi -- plan to lodge a complaint against him at the United Nations Human Rights Council with regard to his alleged role in the 2002 Gujarat riots. The UNHRC, which is based in Geneva, is 'responsible for strengthening the promotion and ...
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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 ...
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'The public still does not know a lot about the 26/11 Mumbai attacks'

In an interview to Rediff.com’s Vicky Nanjappa, the author of Fragile Frontiers: The Secret History of Mumbai Terror Attacks, Saroj Kumar Rath, says that the 2008 Mumbai attacks was planned and executed in a bid to keep the militants in Pakistan, especially the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, united and away from Afghanistan. In probably one of the most well-written books on the Mumbai terror attacks, Rath explores every bit of the terror strike before it took place and after it occurred. It ...
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Enforcement Directorate to issue show cause to Flipkart

Enforcement Directorate sources tell Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com that the probe into FDI received by Flipkart continues and a show cause notice will be issued to the online retailer. Having successfully raised $1 billion in venture capital this week, Flipkart is talk of the town, but some trouble could be brewing for the e-commerce major with the ongoing probe by the Enforcement Directorate. After the ED began its probe into Flipkart in 2012, the investigation appeared to have meandered. ED ...
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Where Flipkart raised its $1 billion from

Who invested how much in Flipkart in its latest round of $1 billion funding? Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com finds out. Who invested how much in Flipkart in its latest round of $1 billion funding? The Bengaluru-based e-commerce company is tight-lipped about which venture capital fund invested how much in the $1 billion funding it announced on Tuesday. Sources told this correspondent that the highest contributor in this round of funding is Tiger Global followed by DST Global. Tiger Global, sources ...
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26/11 case: Did India take easy way out fearing legal intricacies?

Former Home Minister P Chidambaram had said the government of India would not file formal charges against Pakistani-American terrorist David Headley until Ajmal Kasab’s trial was over. Vicky Nanjappa reports A secret cable dated February 26, 2010, has revealed that the government of India was reluctant to use information on Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley. Former US Ambassador Timothy Roemer had informed his home government in a cable that then Home minister P ...
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