The don of heff, Waseem Shah was killed in an encounter on Saturday. Shah was part of the Burhan Wani group when he signed up as a terrorist. However following the death of Wani, he switched over from the Hizbul Mujahideen to the Lashkar-e-Tayiba. Loading ad
Turn up the heat before the winter was a message that the National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval sent out to the security forces in the Kashmir Valley. With the successful killing of Waseem Shah of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba on Saturday, there are just a handful of commanders left in the Valley.
When the Indian Army launched Operation Clean Up of Operation All Out, there was a conscious effort to go after the commanders instead of the foot soldiers. The past six months have seen a large number of commanders of various terror groups fall to the Army’s bullet.
The killing of Wasim Shah in the Pulwama encounter today was a major achievement for the security forces. The 23 year commander of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba in the Pulwama region was gunned down along with another of his accomplices by the Indian security forces.
A report states that illicit trade including smuggling, piracy and counterfeiting continue to be the most preferred mechanisms used by terrorists to fund their operations.
The Kanpur police have registered criminal cases against 22 persons for putting up posters comparing Prime Minister Narendra Modi to North Korean dictator, Kim Jong. The posters were put up to highlight the issue of a deluge of small coins affecting their businesses.
Gurmehar Kaur is one of Time Magazine’s 10 Next Generation Leaders for 2017. Time Magazine hailed her as a free speech warrior.
The Supreme Court on Friday told the centre to strike a balance between national and human interest. While almost directing the centre not to deport the Rohingya Muslims from the country, the bench headed by Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra said that a balance needs to be struck.
A constable from Bengaluru was held for allegedly trying to help a terror operative. The constable Dinesh was smuggling in two smart phones when he was caught red handed. He was smuggling in the cell phones for T Nasir, the prime accused in the Bengaluru serial blasts case. The incident took place at the Central Jail at Parapana Agrahara in Bengaluru.
The Allahabad High Court said that the possibility of an outsider in the Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case could not be ruled out.