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  • Saffron terror: Is RSS being defamed or is there enough proof? February 6, 2014

    Key terror accused Aseemanand has allegedly said in an interview to the Caravan magazine that RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat had endorsed the 2007 Samjhauta Express blasts. Aseemanand reportedly told the magazine that Bhagwat said the attacks were very important, but should not be linked back to the Sangh Parivar. ...
  • Politics heat up over alleged terror links of RSS February 6, 2014

    New Delhi: Politics over saffron terror heated up on Thursday after key terror accused Aseemanand allegedly said in an interview to the Caravan magazine that RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat had endorsed the 2007 Samjhauta Express blasts. Aseemanand reportedly told the magazine that Bhagwat said the attacks were very important, but...
  • Eight suspected Pak nationals detained; some have terror links: SSB October 20, 2013

    Maharajganj: Eight suspected Pakistani nationals, with some of them involved in terror activities, were detained by security forces in Maharajganjwhen they allegedly tried to cross IndoNepal border, official sources said on Sunday. "Some of them have been involved in terrorist activities. They had reached Kathmandu from Pakistan and from there crossed...
  • NIA teams visit Goa with IM co-founder Yasin Bhatkal to ascertain terror links September 17, 2013

    The teams of National Investigation Agency visited Goa along with IM co-founder Yasin Bhatkal to probe his links in the coastal state where he had earlier visited, police sources said. The teams, which were in the state for a day on Monday, took Bhatkal to places like Anjuna beach, Mapusa, Panaji...
  • Farooqi apologises for raising doubts over Bhatkal's arrest August 31, 2013

    New Delhi: Samajwadi Party's Kamal Farooqi's had triggered a controversy by his comment on the arrest of Indian Mujahiddin co-founder Yasin Bhatkal saying that his arrest may have been due to his religion. He apologised for raising doubts over the terror links of Bhatkal stating that his comments were misunderstood....
  • J&K: Sufaira Jan will not be denied passport because of her uncle's terror links, says Omar August 5, 2013

    Srinagar: Just hours after CNNIBN highlighted the bureaucratic hassles faced by a 15yearold girl from Jammu and Kashmir in getting her passport, this even as she had won a scholarship to the US under the youth exchange program, the state government has acted. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah...
  • J&K girl gets US scholarship, but uncle's terror links means no passport August 5, 2013

    A 15yearold girl from Jammu and Kashmir has been denied passport to travel to the United States as her uncle is a former terrorist. Sufaira Nazir, who lived in an orphange since she was six years old, has won a scholarship under the youth study programme in the US. But...
  • Ishrat case: Gujarat government, police trying to hide truth, says JD(U) July 4, 2013

    JD(U) leader Shivanand Tiwari hits at the Gujarat government on Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case saying that the chargesheet also proves that the Gujarat government and police were trying to hide the truth. He said the chargesheet proves that Ishrat Jahan had no terror links. ...
  • BJP seeks reply on Cong leader having alleged terror links July 1, 2013

    Jalandhar: The Punjab unit of BJP on Sunday sought a clarification from Congress on media reports which claimed that former PCC chief Amarinder Singh wrote a letter to party president Sonia Gandhi alleging Pratap Singh Bajwa of having terrorist links. BJP state president Kamal Sharma termed it a matter of serious...
  • News 360: 11 arrested in Bangalore with terror links August 30, 2012

    A journalist and a DRDO engineer are among the 11 people arrested by Bangalore Police with alleged LeT and HuJI links. Police said they were planning to kill a prominent columnist with a Kannada daily. ...
  • Bangalore arrest: Father claims police didn't inform them August 30, 2012

    The father of DRDO engineer Ajaz, who is one of the 11 people arrested by Bangalore Police on Thursday for suspected terror links, claims that the police haven't informed them about their son's arrest. ...
  • Bangalore: Journalist, 10 others arrested for terror links August 30, 2012

    The 11 people arrested have links with LashkareToiba and HuJI, said Karnataka DGP Lalrokhuma Pachau. They had plotted to kill the columnist as he had written an antiIslam article. ...
  • Bangalore Police arrest 11 for links with LeT, HuJI August 30, 2012

    Bangalore: Bangalore Police on Wednesday arrested 11 people, including a journalist with a popular English daily, for having terror links. Sources said the arrests were made as they were planning to kill a prominent columnist with a Kannada newspaper. The 11 people arrested have links with LashkareToiba and HuJI, said Karnataka...
  • Five Pak Army officers jailed for terror links August 4, 2012

    Islamabad: Five Pakistani Army officers, including a brigadier, have been jailed for having links with a banned extremist group. The Field General Court Marshal convicted them for having links with HizbulTehrir group, Xinhua reported on Friday. The trial lasted for several months. Brigadier Ali Khan, Major Sohail Akbar and Major Jawad Baseer...
  • Woman seeks govt help to find missing husband May 26, 2012

    New Delhi: A woman has made an appeal to the Indian government to help find her husband who has gone missing after he was picked up in Saudi Arabia for allegedly having links with the Indian Mujahideen. Indian techie Fasih Mehmood was picked up in the town of Al Jubail allegedly...
  • ED seeks MHA help on Hasan Ali's terror links April 20, 2011

    New Delhi: Stepping up its probe into the dealings of suspected money launderer Hasan Ali Khan, the Enforcement Directorate has approached the Home Ministry to find out if he has any links with terror outfits. In a letter to the Home Ministry, the ED has conveyed that it was absolutely necessary...
  • 'Terror attacks are due to fundamentalists' October 18, 2010

    Just a day after German Chancellor Angela Merkel caused a stir by calling multiculturalism a failure in Germany, German Foreign Minister Dr Guido Westerwelle said India and Germany must jointly fight terrorism caused by fundamentalism, and that immigrants must learn to integrate with the country. He made a few strong...
  • Pakistan must cut its militant links: Cameron July 28, 2010

    Bangalore: British Prime Minister said on Wednesday that Pakistan must stop becoming a base for militants and not "promote the export of terror" across the globe. David Cameron's remarks, made during a visit to Pakistan's arch rival India, are likely to give cheer to officials in Delhi, who have long accused...
  • Gulshan Kumar's killer to be tried in Bangladesh May 30, 2009

    Dhaka: Bollywood music baron Gulshan Kumar's killer Adul Rauf Daud Merchant, who was arrested on Thursday from Brahmanbaria in the east of the country, will be tried for "posing a threat to Bangladesh's security" and possessing a fake passport. Police say they want to probe if Merchant was merely hiding from...
  • Dhaka probing Gulshan Kumar killer's terror links May 29, 2009

    Dhaka: Bangladesh is ascertaining possible terror links of Abdul Rauf Daud Merchant, convicted killer of Bollywood music baron Gulshan Kumar, who was nabbed while hiding in a town in the eastern region, media reports said on Friday. Bangladesh is specifically probing Merchant's possible link to the haul of a huge arms...
  • Mumbai terror: Pak arrests Lakhvi, others accused February 15, 2009

    New Delhi: Pakistan has taken another step that will go down extremely well with New Delhi. On Sunday Pakistani investigators arrested the six people charged on Thursday for the Mumbai attacks. But what could really be called the haul of the day was the act of formally arresting a LashkareToeba...
  • Pak adds new twist to terror dossier | Trust breached January 29, 2009

    Islamabad/New Delhi: After weeks of dithering, Islamabad has now rejected the 26/11 evidence dossier provided by India. Reports indicate that Pakistan's internal probe has concluded that the Mumbai terror attack was planned outside its territory. The report that was to be submitted to India by Wednesday is now likely to...
  • Spain releases one Indian arrested in alleged terror plot January 24, 2008

    New Delhi: Authorities in Spain are understood to have released two persons including an Indian national who were among 14 persons arrested in that country for allegedly planning to carry out terror strikes there. Roshan Juman Khan, a Mumbai resident, was released on Thursday, sources said though an official word from...
  • A peek into the terror den that HuJI is September 2, 2007

    New Delhi: The HarkatulJihadalIslami the mysterious HuJI, apparently inspired by Osama bin Laden, has now turned its foot soldiers on India. Here's a look at what the HUJI is all about. Osama bin Laden set up the HarkatulJihad Islami or HuJI in his war against the Soviets in Afghanistan drawing...