Terror funding: NIA raids 9 places, including trust owned by newspaper owner

New Delhi, Oct 28: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) carried out raids in 9 different places in Srinagar in connection with a terror funding case.

Officials tell OneIndia that the searches were carried out at a trust owned by a newspaper owner and also at the premises of NGOs in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. 

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Chhota Shakeel, Bhatkal brothers Tiger Memon, 14 others designated terrorists by MHA

From Left: Chhota Shakeel, Riyaz Bhatkal, Sajid Mir

New Delhi, Oct 27: The Ministry of Home Affairs has declared 18 more individuals from Pakistan as terrorists under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.

The 18 includes Sajid Mir, who was one of the main players in the Mumbai 26/11 attack.

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In supporting every wrong by Pakistan, Turkey trying to emerge as a new radical Islamic axis

New Delhi, Oct 26: Turkey was Pakistan’s lone supporter at the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) plenary which had last week kept Islamabad in the grey list. Turkey had tried everything possible to ensure that Pakistan is let off.

It even suggested a special visit to Islamabad to make an onsite assessment of Pakistan’s implementation of measures to curb terror funding. It was seen more as an effort to plug holes in the legal framework to curb terror funding. 

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Pakistan-Turkey radical Islamic nexus at FATF

New Delhi, Oct 24: Turkey was the lone supporter of Pakistan at the Financial Action Task Force ( FATF).

While Saudi Arabia and China also spoke for Pakistan to be removed from the grey list on technical grounds only Turkey was left to support Islamabad. This clearly shows the new found radical Islamic nexus between the two countries, officials told OneIndia.

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To remain in the grey list: When appointing a US based lobbying firm too did not help Pakistan

New Delhi, Oct 24: Pakistan will remain in the grey list as it failed to comply fully with a 27 point action plan handed to it with regard to curbing terror funding. The decision by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is a major setback for Islamabad as Pakistan’s Prime Minister had gone all out and made efforts to get the country of the grey list.

The watchdog noted that Pakistan has only addressed the technical compliance deficiencies. However it pulled up Islamabad for not doing enough on other parameters, while also asking it to do more.

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Analysing ISIS’ Voice of Hind: How it is being used to provoke Muslims against the government

New Delhi, Oct 23: Voice of Hind, the propaganda digital magazine of the Islamic State has come out with nine editions so far. In every edition, it has sent out a message to the Indian Muslims that they should rise against the government.

In its latest edition, the ISIS speaks in detail against the demolition of the Babri Masjid. It also speaks about the acquittals in the case and exhorts the Indian Muslims to wage violent jihad against the Indian government. 

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No action against terror, Pak has failed to act on 6 action items stipulated by FATF

New Delhi, Oct 23: Pakistan has failed to act on the six important action items stipulated by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), New Delhi said. India further accused Islamabad of aiding and abetting cross border terrorism, smuggling of arms and narcotic substances.

Delhi also said that Pakistan has been using drones and quadcopter to facilitate smuggling. 

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ISI planning Pathankot like attack on military base in Rajasthan&

New Delhi, Oct 22: The Intelligence Bureau has sounded an alert after inputs about a possible terror attack on a military base in Rajasthan were received.

The ISI is planning a major terror strike on the lines of Pathankot in Rajasthan, an Intelligence Bureau official told OneIndia. The job has been entrusted to the Jaish-e-Mohammad, the official also said. 

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Explained: Why is India observing October 22 as Black Day

New Delhi, Oct 22: India will observe a Black Day today. On October 22 1947, Pakistan invaders illegally entered Jammu and Kashmir and committed atrocities.

The lashkaras of tribal men armed with swords and guns attacked Kashmir and killed men, children and also turned women into their slaves. They were backed by the Pakistan Army. 

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Dawood’s Khed Taluka property in Ratnagiri to come under hammer

New Delhi, Oct 21: The Smuggling and Foreign Exchange Manipulators (Forfeiture of Property Act) (SAFEMA) authorities will auction underworld don and Mumbai serial blasts mastermind Dawood Ibrahim’s property in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra.

His property located in Khed taluka will be auctioned by the authorities on November 10. 

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