New Delhi, July 16: The outcry seeking a ban on the Popular Front of India is gaining momentum in the wake of a 20 year old member of the Students Federation of India being murdered in Ernakulam.
New Delhi, July 16: Pakistan used fake documents to secure the custody of a Indian terrorist from UAE. Sources in the intelligence tell OneIndia that it had learnt that the documents that Pakistan produced while securing the custody of Dawood Ibrahim aide and wanted terrorist, Farooq Devdiwala were fake.
New Delhi, July 16: The dreaded Indian Mujahideen which carried out a series of blasts across India had the complete backing of the ISI, which plotted all these attacks in Saudi Arabia, investigations have revealed.
Mumbai, July 16: The cops have achieved a major break-through in the mysterious AK-56 case which was found in the possession of a Dawood Ibrahim henchman. During the interrogation of Naeem Fahim, he confessed that the AK-56 found at his home was part of the same consignment that was brought in during the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts.
Srinagar, July 17: The presence of Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists close to the Amarnath Yatra route has prompted the agencies to step up security. There have been several warnings by the Intelligence Bureau before the Yatra commenced and one such note said that the specific threat was from the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.
New Delhi, July 14: In the extradition of Dawood Ibrahim aide, Farooq Devdiwala, India missed out to Pakistan. Devdiwala who features on the list of most wanted was handed over to Pakistan as they managed to prove that he was their national.
Srinagar, July 13: Former military secretary Lt. Gen. Syed Ata Hasnain has been appointed as the chancellor of the Central University of Kashmir.
Kuala Lumpur, July 14: A week after Malaysian Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohammad said that controversial Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik will not be deported to India, three ministers have questioned his judgment.
New Delhi, July 14: A major rally being conducted under the banner, ” London Declaration for a Referendum 2020″ is under the scanner of the Indian agencies. This major rally demanding a separate state of Khalistan is being organised by a group called Sikhs for Justice at the Trafalgar Square on August 12.
A letter written in the month of March 2018 by a top cop in Karnataka pointed towards political interference in the functioning of the police. The letter dashed off by Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), Rajvir Pratap Sharma, just ahead of the Karnataka elections urged the Chief Secretary to convene a meeting of all Indian Police Service (IPS) officers to discuss threadbare and evolve a strategy for the conduct of a free and fair election.