Terrorism

  • US wanted Kasab freed: WikiLeaks

    26/11 terrorist Ajmal Kasab has approached the Supreme Court in appeal against his death sentence on a plea which was dismissed by his attorney SG Abbas Kazmi two years ago. Kasab has pleaded in the apex court that he was “brainwashed lik...

  • Suspect in Delhi High Court bomb blast released

    New Delhi: Shariq Khawar Butt, one of the two students of 11th class arrested by investigating agencies in connection with Delhii High Court bomb blast, has been acquitted, considering him innocent. National Investigation Agency (NIA), truly sp...

  • Three-year old Batla House encounter remembered

    New Delhi: The notorious Batla House fake encounter by Delhi Police’s Special Cell was remembered at a great rally of protesters on 19 September at Jantar Mantar in Delhi. The rally was mainly sponsored by National Ulama Council of Azamga...

  • Malegaon 2006: bail or acquittal do not write off the crimes

    Human intelligence is most resourceful as well as helpful in solving the mystery of a crime. In the case of Malegaon 2006 it was preposterous to accept the police charge sheet that Muslims would use the pious occasion of Shab-e-Barat and kill f...

  • Naxalism much bigger threat and danger than terrorism

    New Delhi: Union home minister P. Chidambaram while speaking at a National Convention attended among others by collectors of about 60 Maoist-affected districts in Delhi said that Naxalism (or left-wing extremism/Maoism) is a much bigger threat ...

  • Purohit is agent of the investigation teams: Indresh

    Indore: “Col. Purohit, Dayanand Pande and Dr. R.P. Sinh involved in five bomb blasts, including one at Malegaon, are agents of the investigation teams. These people tried to eliminate the RSS leadership.” This was stated by top RSS ...

  • Perceived bias against minorities should be removed: PM

    + Pic Bangalore: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on 16 September asked security agencies to take urgent steps in removing a “perceived bias” sometimes against minorities as it would be otherwise inimical to effective policing. ...

  • Efforts to saffronise school children in M.P.

    Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh’s BJP government, by taking yet another controversial decision, is working to vitiate the communal atmosphere. In government primary schools of this state a magazine is now being taught to children. Thousands of cop...

  • 83000 unsolved cases with Delhi Police

    New Delhi: During the past about 3.5 years i.e. during the year 2008 and 30 June ‘11 about 1,76,000 cases were registered with Delhi police of which about 83000 are still unsolved. According to Delhi police, the unsolved cases form about ...

  • No reply from M.P. government to centre’s objection to its employees’ participation in RSS shakhas

    Bhopal: Union minister of state for Parliamentary affairs, Narain Swamy had sent a letter to Madhya Pradesh government objecting to the state government allowing its employees to participate in RSS shakhas, but the government did not reply to t...

  • All the accused in Haren Pandya murder acquitted by High Court

    New Delhi: All the 12 persons accused for the murder of Haren Pandya, former home minister of Gujarat and lodged in Gujarat jails for 5 to 7 years were acquitted by Gujarat High Court. They were all Muslims and belonged to different states like...

  • Saqib Nachan not allowed to sit in Etekaf

    New Delhi: Saqib Nachan of banned SIMI, an accused in Mulund bomb blast of 2003, was not allowed by the POTA court here to sit in Etekaf which is a form of worship in which devout Muslims seclude themselves in a mosque during the last ten days ...

  • Naxalism poses a bigger threat than terrorism: Raman Singh

    Naxalism in India is growing by the day. The threat perception has been visualised by the rank and file at all levels. The counter mechanism is more or less defensive because of political and other reasons. Raman Singh chief minister of Chattis...

  • Mumbai blast: investigating agencies at loggerheads

    Lack of co-ordination and conflict between investigating agencies probing the Mumbai blast compels one to think along different lines For instance, contradiction between NIA and ATS became known when ATS rejected some measures suggested by NIA....

  • Inter-agency stand offs responsible for laxity in terror watch

    The shocking 13/7 attack on Mumbai has again exposed the inter-agency turf wars and political stand offs which are creating hindrances in India’s tackling of terror incidents. The laxity in the government’s will to get its act toget...

  • ‘Deal with Saffron terror sternly’: PC

    New Delhi: Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on 3 August asked security forces to deal with right-wing terror (Hindutva) groups “sternly and fearlessly”. “The security establishment must treat it as a security issue, must impr...

  • Indresh, Pragya figure as suspects in NIA chargesheet on Ajmer blast

    + Pix Jaipur: RSS leader Indresh Kumar and Sadhvi Pragya Singh have been mentioned as suspects in the Ajmer blast case in a supplementary chargesheet filed by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in a special court here on July 18. Th...

  • Munsif channel will be the voice of voiceless: Hyder Adil

    By Abdul Bari Masoud + Pic New Delhi:  Munsif News Channel will be a voice of the voiceless and it will try to be different from the existing plethora of channels, said the first Muslim-owned channel’s dynamic and young...

  • Bombs for Ajmer were made in Indore, transported by Joshi

    NIA after taking over the Ajmer blast probe from Rajasthan ATS in its first supplementary chargesheet has said that the bombs used in the Ajmer blast were assembled in Indore and then taken to Godhra and Ajmer by slain RSS activist Sunil Joshi....

  • Victim of police interrogation in Mumbai’s recent serial bomb blasts

    Mumbai: Consequent upon the serial bomb blasts in Mumbai on 13 July, the process of arrest of Muslim youths, as expected, as suspects started. Among those arrested was one Faiz Usmani, a native of Mau (UP) who worked as a shop owner and lived i...