Terrorism

  • Disowning their past

    New Delhi/Surat/Valsad: Four centuries ago Shakespeare wrote: Blow, blow, thou winter wind Thou art no so unkind as friend’s ingratitude. The winter wind this December became more chilly for many after Swami Aseemanand’s ...

  • Alphabet of terror: Best Bakery to Dargah

    Jaipur: The Rajasthan ATS now believes that all the four accused in the 2002 Best Bakery case in Vadodara were involved in Ajmer Dargah blast too. Three of them – Ramesh, Jayanti and Mahesh Gohil belong to the same family and have been ab...

  • They lived dangerously courting death

    “Live Dangerously” was Jawaharlal Nehru’s advice to youngmen to build a strong and prosperous India unmindful of the perils involved. Ironically, Sunil Joshi and his associates followed this dictum for a totally different purs...

  • Swami's Confession: chaos for many, relief for some

      New Delhi/Mumbai: Swami Aseemanand’s confession has created chaos for both the security agencies i.e., the Maharashtra ATS as well as the CBI. In addition, Maharashtra state home minister too received very hostile comments from...

  • Aseemanand’s confession: a blessing in disguise for 32

      Aseemanand’s jail custody, which led to his sensational confession on 18 December 2010 brought cheers into lives of 32 innocents who had been rounded up for the simple sin of having a Muslim name. Strange are the ways of fa...

  • The absconders: profiles in treason

      New Delhi: With Swami Aseemanand’s confession several other names have assumed significance. Sunil Joshi and his associates in various operations have attracted the attention of one and all – the common man as well as the...

  • Hindutva’s ruthless mission: Sabarmati to Samjhauta

    Swami Aseemanand’s 42-page-confession is a reminder of the fact that had police acted judiciously and nipped the budding militants in time a trail of bomb explosions could be averted. Similarly, had the police all over the country dropped their bi...

  • The Augean stables of RSS

    Recent disclosures have made it clear that the enemy within the country is beyond doubt of local origin. Rashtrya Swayamsevak Sangh is not a voluntary force for the defence of India. Its very opposite is true. It is hell-bent on destroying India i...

  • Anti-Terrorist Front demands SIMI-like ban on Hindutva outfits

    Saharanpur: Veeresh Pande, national president of Anti-Terrorist Front, in a press conference held at Hotel Punjab, demanded that if there are concrete proofs of Sangh parivar, Bajrang Dal and Shiv-Sena’s involvement in terrorist activitie...

  • Confession of Saffron terrorists - vii

    Part 7: Excerpts from the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) chargesheet in Malegaon case: Purohit: Established the presidential system in Hindu Bharat. Cultural and ethnic stability no more migration to be accepted.

  • SIT seeks amicus curiae in Ishrat 'fake' encounter case

    The Special Investigation Team investigating Ishrat Jahan police encounter has filed an application in Gujarat High Court seeking appointment of a legal expert in order to facilitate probe and at the same time to assist in various court proceed...

  • RSS premises host detonator trials

    New Delhi: The more RSS tries to conceal by shouting loudly of its innocence in terror operations, the more it gets exposed while lying. An Ajmer blast case witness told investigators that he had seen three key-members of the group experimenting w...

  • Suspect in Varanasi bomb blast released, SIM card buyer absconding

    Mumbai: Shoaib Nadeem Siddiqi (32), a resident of Mumbra Kosa (Mumbai) was all of a sudden arrested on 18 December by CISF and ATS officers at Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport as he was preparing to leave for Bahrain alongwith his family where he resid...

  • Azamgarh labeled Atankgarh

    New Delhi: Previously known as cradle of culture and literature for having produced giants like Rahul Sankratayayan and Shibli No’mani and more recently Kaifi Azmi, Azamgarh is very much in news but for totally different reason. It has acquired in...

  • Who hides behind “Indian Mujahideen”?

    Who are these 'Indian Mujahideen'? Are they Indians who are involved in sabotaging their own country? Are they Muslims who are retaliating against Babri Masjid demolition and Gujarat carnage? If we trust the media and government agencies, this see...

  • Pakistani hand in Samjhauta Express ruled out

    New Delhi: Investigations by NIA have caused a setback to India’s earlier allegation that Pakistani elements were involved in Samjhauta Express blast of 2007. Now the agency is convinced that it was a home-grown terror operation executed by Abhina...

  • Malegaon blasts of 2006 in retrospect

    It was also the height of absurdity that the police have reasoned in their chargesheet that Muslims exploded bombs to take revenge of the communal riots of 2001. Why should the Muslims in the town blow bombs to kill more Muslims five years later t...

  • Venom he sowed, blasts he reaped

    Zardari: Mere paas LeT, Jesh, Taliban, Kasab hai; tumhare paas kya hai? Singh: Mere pas Aseemanand hai!

  • Azamgarh boy acquitted by Delhi Court

    Dr. Javed Akhtar, President of Association for Welfare, Medical, Educational and Legal Assistance (AWMELA) issued the following press release in a press conference attended by local print and electronic media.

  • Hullabaloo over change of terrorism’s colour

    As long as the colour of terrorism was green, there was peace in the county. Neither any political party nor any community had any problem or difficulty. Bomb blasts were taking place and lives of innocent people were being lost. More than the ter...