New Delhi, July 12: In the early 1990s, the Research and Analysis Wing carried out a daredevil operation in Bangladesh against the activities of the Jamaat-e-Islami. The intention behind the operation was a larger one and India was clearly worried about the rise of illegal immigration which the Jamaat was carrying out at the behest of the ISI.
The Islamic State has chemical weapons and for some reason, none seem to care about it. The new era of terror is a concern for all of us as it deploys both chemical and psychological warfare.
New Delhi, July 13: For India it was a close miss in ensuring the extradition of a Dawood aide, Farooq Devdiwala from the United Arab Emirates. He is accused of arranging a terror training camp for two Indians in Pakistan.
New Delhi, July 11: Chaos coupled with assassinations is what the Islamic State is planning in a bid to make its comeback. Intelligence agencies across the world had warned that once the ISIS loses ground in Syria and Iraq, it would prove to be a menace in other parts of the world.
New Delhi, July 12: Amar Bhushan, the former special secretary of the Research and Analysis Wing has come up with his second offering. His first book, ‘Escape to no where,’ dealt with a fictionalised account of the Rabinder Singh spy case and how the CIA had facilitated his escape to Florida.
New Delhi, July 11: Earlier this week, the Hizbul Mujahideen released photographs of 35 new recruits. The outfit sent out a message that recruitments continue unabated into the outfit and more and more youth are willing to pick up the gun.
Srinagar, July 11: On Tuesday there was absolute chaos at Shopian after civilians came out on the streets to prevent an encounter being undertaken by the Indian Army against terrorists. While over 50 were injured in clashes, one man lost his life after suffering a heart attack.
New Delhi, July 8: Malaysia last week made it clear that it had no intentions of deporting controversial Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik to India, where he is wanted for several crimes. Close on the heels of this announcement came a statement from the PAS in Malaysia hailing the government’s decision to protect Naik.
Hyderabad, July 9: At a high-level meeting held here, the looming threat of the Rohingyas living in the city, especially those dangerously close to security establishments were discussed.
Putrajaya, July 6: Zakir Naik will not be extradited to India, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammad said on Friday. “As long as he is not creating any problem, we will not deport him because he has been given permanent residency status,” the Malaysian PM said at a press conference.