Bengaluru, Nov 24: The cultural terror wing of the ISI is a reality and appears to be in full flow now. The job of the ISI’s cultural wing is to propagate against the functioning of a government and going by some of the current events this wing seems to be getting the job done.
The cultural terror wing of the ISI functions in many ways. They have some important persons on their payroll who make strategic statements in a bid to embarrass the government. The main intention is to make the government look bad to the world.
Every single minute there is a news break regarding the ISIS. The Intelligence Bureau (IB), the security mechanism and the media is completely focused on what we call as the ISIS threat.
While it is good to be aware and report the activities of the ISIS, one must not forget that there are other terror groups as well.
New Delhi, Nov 24: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has continued to emphasise on the need to tackle terrorism with an iron fist and also points out the need for global cooperation on the subject.
The Prime Minister will be meeting with Intelligence Bureau officials in the month of December and during that three day meet, the top subject for discussion would be the ISIS.
Kochi, Nov 24: The Narath Arms training case in Kerala is of extreme importance for the National Investigatign Agency (NIA).
The agency has painstakingly probed this case and as per the chargesheet it was a group of activists from the Popular Front of India and the Social Democratic Party which had organised this training camp at Narath in Kannur on April 23, 2013.
New Delhi, Nov 24: When it comes to the Indian Mujahideen (IM), there are always interesting tit bits about the manner in which the outfit functioned.
The favourite alias that the operatives of the IM used was Sharukh Khan. Be it Riyaz or Yasin Bhatkal, both chose the alias Sharukh Khan.
Bengaluru, Nov 24: There had been a great deal of confusion over the status of Sultan Armar, the head and founder of the Ansar-ul-Tawhid which is the recruiting agency for the ISIS in India.
Armar a resident of Bhatkal was a major operative and had even been declared the emir of the Ansar in a video message by none other than Abu Bakr al-Bhagdadi.
New Delhi, Nov 23: The hearing of the appeals in the disproportionate assets case against Tamil Nadu chief minister, J Jayalalithaa will be taken up on a day to day basis by the Supreme Court of India from February 2.
The Supreme Court which fixed the date today said that it would ensure that all parties would get a chance to be heard and the proceedings would be conducted on a day to day basis.
New Delhi, Nov 23: The appeal against the acquittal of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, J Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case will be heard by the Supreme Court on a day to day basis from February 2, 2016 onwards.
The Supreme Court on Monday, Nov 23, before which the appeals filed by the Karnataka government came up, fixed February 2, 2016 as the next date of hearing. The court also said that it would hear the appeal on a day to day basis.
New Delhi, Nov 23: Karnataka witnesses some unfortunate riots after the state government decided to celebrate Tipu Sultan Jayanthi.
However, Tamil Nadu has taken a cue and acting on an intelligence bureau report refused permission to an oraganisation that sought to celebrate Tipu Sultan’s birthday.