A chilling audio clip was released by the Kerala module of the Islamic State in which it called on Muslims to carry out lone wolf attacks. A host of officials in the security agencies that OneIndia spoke with say that it is a clear sign that the module in India is getting desperate.
An audio clip of the Islamic State which called on for attacks on the Kumbh Mela and Thrissur Pooram is under examination by the National Investigation Agency. The clip running into 10 minutes was recorded by Rashid Abdullah, the head of the Karsargod module of the ISIS also suggests various ways to carry out attacks.
A detailed analysis of a threat perception has suggested that Air Force bases in Uttar Pradesh are under the radar of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba. The Intelligence Bureau alert speaks about a specific threat to the Hindon air base which is situated in Ghaziabad.
Amidst claims by the Kerala police that at least 100 from the state have joined the Islamic State, a new audio clip calling for attacks on Thrissur pooram and Kumbh Mela has surfaced.
A few days back there was a letter shot off in Pakistan in which a death threat to Lashkar-e-Tayiba chief, Hafiz Saeed was spoken about. The letter stated that Saeed, the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks was under threat as a foreign agency had paid off Rs 80 to kill him.
Dawood Ibrahim continues to have a grip over the security agencies in Pakistan and is still a force to reckon with, an Indian Intelligence Bureau report states.
The writing was on the wall. The Intelligence Bureau had warned of radicalisation increasing at a rapid pace in Kerala. Well, it appears that it is all too late today and nearly 100 have already joined the Islamic State from Kerala.
30 terrorists have been kept on standby at the Indo-Pak border, an Intelligence Bureau report states.
The handlers who directed the killing of RSS and other Hindu leaders have been traced to Italy, Canada and the United Kingdom. The Punjab police which is probing the case learnt that there is a systematic approach that has been followed to eliminate Hindu leaders by ISI agents.
A killer is facing a death threat. The Pakistani authorities have written to the Punjab home department asking it to step security for Lashkar-e-Tayiba chief, Hafiz Saeed who is facing a death threat.