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.
The Intelligence Bureau has directed security agencies to step up vigil both at the border and the Kashmir Valley. The new directive comes in the wake of the Centre’s special representative commencing talks.
Destruction of evidence is one of the key angles that the Central Bureau of Investigation probing the Ryan school murder case is looking into. CBI sources say that they are looking closely at the case from the point of view of evidence being destroyed.
Islamic banking will not be introduced in India. The RBI decided not to pursue a proposal for Islamic banking in the country.
Radicalisation followed by cybercrime are two major worries for the security agencies. With both these crimes rising rapidly, the Government has put in place a system to check the menace.
The investigations into the Ryan school murder took a turn when the CBI absolved the conductor of murder charges and said that the crime was carried out by a class 11 student.
The security forces in Kashmir recently killed the nephew of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar. The killing of Talha Rashid is not only significant because he is the nephew of the Jaish chief, but for a lot of other reasons.