New Delhi, May 24: The big news on May 23 was undoubtedly the victory of the BJP led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Even as Modi was addressing party workers at the BJP headquarters here, there was big news developing in Tral, Jammu and Kashmir.
London, 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’.
New Delhi, Dec 29: A decade ago, following every terror act, investigators would look into the signature of the attack. Terror groups had an unwritten handbook and going by the composition of the bomb and the manner in which it had been triggered would give a general idea as to which group was behind it.
New Delhi, Nov 28: A couple of years before the Mumbai 26/11 attack took place, Ilyas Kashmiri the head of the 313 Brigade of the Al-Qaeda was in talks with David Coleman Headley.
Srinagar, Aug 27: Fresh trends emerging from Jammu and Kashmir show that several local youth have been joining the newly formed Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind, a group which subscribes to the ideology of the Al-Qaeda.
New Delhi, Aug 14: The Al-Qaeda in the Indian Sub-Continent has failed to gain much traction since it was set up in 2014. While it has an ideological intention to strike India, it does not have the required capability.
The Centre has banned new offshoots of terror organisations al-Qaeda and ISIS under the stringent anti-terror law — Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, according to an official order.
New Delhi: Pakistan’s ISI stood exposed yet again and this time it was called out by Zakir Musa, the head of Kashmir’s Al-Qaeda wing, Ansar Gazwat-ul-Hind. Musa who refers to the ISI as Nimrod says that many are leaving the Pakistan backed terrorist groups and joining him.
Musa who had broken away from the Hizbul Mujahideen to join the Ansar says that it is the ISI which is at work in Kashmir and are backing terrorist groups such as the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad.
The National Investigation Agency filed a chargesheet against one Samiun Rahman for being part of an al-Qaeda conspiracy which sought to rake up the Rohingya issue. The chargesheet was filed under the provisions of the Arms Act, Indian Penal Code and Foreigners Act.