Kerala’s terrorists with ISIS are dying at a quick pace, but 58 remain in Afghanistan

isis-flag-759New Delhi, Aug 09: Another Kerala operative, who had joined the Islamic State has been killed in Afghanistan.

This is the second incident being reported from Afghanistan in less than a fortnight in which a Kerala operative has been killed.

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59 remain: How Kerala became the main contributor to Islamic State in Afghanistan

New Delhi, Aug 03: While one more Islamic State recruit from Kerala was killed in Afghanistan, the fact of the matter is that there are currently 59 of them still part of the Khorasan.

Muhsin, a resident of Edappal was killed along with Huzaifa-al-Bakistani, a Pakistani ISIS commander.

Another Kerala module ISIS operative killed in Afghanistan

New Delhi, Aug 01: An engineering undergraduate from Kerala, who had joined the Islamic State is suspected to have been killed in a drone strike in Afghanistan.

The recruit, Mohammad Muhsin, 22, a resident of Edappal in Mallapuram district was killed in a drone strike more than 10 days back. An official confirmed the development to OneIndia and said that his family had received a message that he was martyred in God’s path as per his wish.

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From Rs 10,000 to Rs 5 crore a kg: The journey of heroin from Afghanistan, Pakistan through India

New Delhi, July 06: A week ago, one of the biggest drug consignments was busted at Attari. A truck from Pakistan managed to transport heroin worth Rs 2,600 crore. The heroin was packed in 52 bags and weighed up to 523 kilograms.

During the process, the officials stumbled upon heroin worth Rs 2,600 crore. The officials seized 52 bags which had a mind boggling 532 kilograms of heroin in it.

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Post Balakot strike, JeM opens training centres in Afghanistan

New Delhi, July 08: The Jaish-e-Mohammad which was dealt a bloody blow in the wake of the Balakot air strike has shifted its main training camp.

Intelligence suggests that the camps of the JeM have been moved to Afghanistan. However the bigger worry is that the JeM would look to target Indian missions and establishments in Afghanistan, the intelligence also states.

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Kerala ISIS tryst continues: Engineer couple join outfit in Afghanistan

New Delhi, June 07: Six persons including four children from Kerala are said to have joined the Islamic State in Afghanistan.

A 28 year old engineer, his wife and four children are said to have left for Afghanistan and then informed their family through a message on Telegram, sources tell OneIndia. The news was broken to the family by Ashfaq Majeed, who had joined the ISIS three years back. He also said that the couple are from Valancherry.

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Al-Qaeda funding linked to UK tax fraud

Taliban enters IndiaLondon, Apr 01: A British Asian gang of fraudsters may have been involved in misusing billions of pounds of British tax-payers money to fund terrorist networks in Pakistan and Afghanistan, claims a UK media investigation based on police and intelligence files.

The gang, based in London, Buckinghamshire, Birmingham, north-west England and Scotland, is alleged to have sent 1 per cent of its gains from their elaborate tax fraud to al-Qaida in Pakistan and Afghanistan, where it funded madrasas, training camps and other terrorist activities, according to the leaked files seen by ‘The Sunday Times’.

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With Pakistan brokering peace in Afghanistan, what India needs to watch out for

New Delhi, Jan 31: India is watching closely the developments in Afghanistan. India is keeping a watch on the discussions between the US Special Representative for Afghanistan reconciliation, Zalmay Khalizad and the Taliban leadership.

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Why isn’t India there, Trump asks on troops in Afghanistan

New Delhi, Jan 3: Making a larger point that the United States is fighting wars for other countries, US President, Donald Trump asked why isn’t India there in Afghanistan.

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The US drawdown in Afghanistan could be a major concern for India

New Delhi, Dec 22: India is watching closely as the United States orders an American drawdown in Afghanistan. US President Donald Trump is bringing home around 15,000 troops over the next 60 days.

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