TERROR ACTIVITIES

  • Sri Lanka arrests LTTE members for allegedly reviving terror activities April 10, 2014

    Over 60 LTTE cadres, including 10 women, have been arrested for trying to revive the banned terror group in Sri Lanka, police said on Thursday. "We arrested 65 of them over the last month. Five of them later came to be released due to lack of evidence," police spokesman and Superintendent...
  • Militant activity in Kashmir higher in 2014's start: Army February 22, 2014

    Militant activity in Jammu and Kashmir has been higher in the beginning of 2014 and 11 terrorists have been killed and 13 apprehended so far this year, the army said Srinagar on Saturday. Srinagar-based 15th Corps commander, Lt Gen Gurmit Singh said that last year the first terrorist was killed in April,...
  • Hizbul Mujahideen pays salary to active cadres: NIA December 3, 2013

    New Delhi: Terror outfit Hizbul Mujahideen pays monthly salary to members associated with it and their "remuneration" has surged around five folds in 2011 compared to what was paid to them in 1990s, the NIA has said in its chargesheet filed before a Delhi court. In its chargesheet filed against Hizbul...
  • Nigeria: 40 confirmed dead in attacks on Borno state's villages November 4, 2013

    A total of 40 people have been confirmed dead in attacks by suspected Boko Haram fighters in two villages of Nigeria's Borno state, a government official said on Monday. In Gulumba Town of Borno state, 27 people were shot dead while 300 houses were set ablaze when insurgents attacked a village...
  • Disappointed at US refusal to extradite Headley: Khurshid January 24, 2013

    New Delhi: India on Wednesday expressed disappointment over the America's refusal to extradite LeT terrorist David Headley even as it vowed to continue to pursue with its demand for bringing him to New Delhi for his role in 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid also sent out a...
  • US seeks 30 to 35 years imprisonment for David Headley January 23, 2013

    Washington: In what is being seen as a setback for India, the United States has ruled out the extradition of PakistaniAmerican LashkareTaiba terrorist David Headley who admitted scouting targets for the deadly attacks in Mumbai on November 26, 2008 and later testified against the plotters. The 20page report submitted...
  • Pak response on Mumbai attack a positive step: US February 13, 2009

    Washington: Terming as a very positive step the response by Pakistan to the Mumbai attack evidence dossier provided by India, the United States on said it shows that Islamabad is serious in bringing the perpetrators of the terror strikes to justice. "We have asked Pakistan,...