To fund Kashmir terror, Hafiz Saeed was just a call away for separatists

shabbirshahThe Enforcement Directorate filed a detailed chargesheet against Shabir Shah, the separatist from Kashmir. Shah was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate on July 25 from Srinagar and was brought to Delhi where he was produced in a court.

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Kashmir terror funding: Up next is Geelani

geelaniUp next for questioning in the Kashmir terror funding case is Syed Ali Shah Geelani. The Hurriyat hawk is the centre piece of the probe being conducted by the National Investigation Agency.

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Inside story: How the Indian Army thwarted a fidayeen hit at Uri

armyA major tragedy was averted on Sunday at Uri. Security forces were fully on guard when a bunch of fidayeens launched an attack at Uri similar to one that took place last year in which 19 soldiers were martyred.

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Sufism being replaced with Wahabism warns Jaitley

arunjaitelyThe effect of communism is fading in the states of Kerala and West Bengal said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.

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Iqbal Kaskar: Extortion over a plate of biriyani and beja fry

iqbalkaskarIqbal Kaskar, the pudgy faced brother of Dawood Ibrahim was arrested by the Thane police last week in connection with an extortion racket. Up before a set of tough interrogators, Iqbal has revealed the role of two corporators who helped run the racket.

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Reserve right to hit back if our soldiers are in danger: India to Pak at DGMO meet

359492-punjab-police-armyIndia has said that all cease fire violations in the Jammu sector were initiated by the Pakistan rangers. The same was conveyed at the DGMO level meet between India and Pakistan.

The DGMO level talks were held at the behest of the Pakistan DGMO. The Pakistan DGMO raised the issue of civilians being targeted. India said that the cease fire violations were initiated by Pakistan and the BSF had only responded appropriately. It was also said that no targeted firing on civilians were carried out by India.

Kerala youth who went missing may have joined ISIS

ISIS-flag-afp-640x480The Kerala police who are investigating a missing complaint have learnt that the man in questioning may have joined the Islamic State. 23 year old Najeeb, an MTech student at VIT Vellore went missing on August 15.

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Dawood moved location 4 times since Modi came to power says brother

dawoodHe has moved his location four times since Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister, Iqbal Kaskar said about his brother, Dawood Ibrahim. While confirming that he was in Pakistan, Kaskar arrested in an extortion case said that since 2014, Dawood’s security too has been enhanced.

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After losing sons in Kashmir, Lakhvi sends nephew over

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Amidst the infiltrations that has been taking place, Umiar, nephew of Lashkar-e-Tayiba commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi has managed to cross over into Kashmir. Latest intelligence reports suggest that Umair who joined the Lashkar-e-Tayiba recently managed to cross over into Kashmir. He has come to join the other terrorists and wage jihad against India, the report stated.

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Talk of Dawood wanting to return to India not true: Central agencies

dawoodibrahimCentral agencies have rubbished claims that Dawood Ibrahim is in talks to return to India. There have been no such feelers and even if they were, he cannot set terms and conditions to us, the source said.

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