From funding marriage of Muslim girls to constructing Mosques, how Lashkar raised money for terror

New Delhi, July 21: The Deputy chief of the Falah-i-Insaniyat, the financial wing of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba routed funds from Pakistan to Dubai and then to India, the National Investigation Agency has said.

Investigation carried out by NIA reveals that Chief of Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF) namely Hafiz Mohammad Saeed along with
Dy Chief of FIF namely Shahid Mahmood hatched a conspiracy around 2012 to create sympathisers/sleeper cells and logistic base in Delhi and Haryana under the garb of religious work such construction of mosques, madrasas and financial assistance for marriage of poor Muslim girls.

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The revival of gold smuggling and the role Dubai, China and SL are playing

New Delhi: Last week, yet another seizure of a huge consignment of gold was reported. This time around it was the Chennai team of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence which seized 23.1 kilograms of gold smuggled into India from Sri Lanka.

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Fire rips through Dubai Marine Torch for second time since 2015

fireA fire has ripped through one of Dubai’s tallest towers, the Dubai Marina Torch. Several residents fled the building after the fire ripped through the building. This is incidentally the second blaze to hit the skyscraper in as many years.

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NIA opens Dubai link to terror funding liking Hurriyat in Valley

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Terrorist groups kept many leaders of the Hurriyat under a tight leash. While investigations have shown that many Hurriyat leaders received funds from Pakistan, they were also under pressure from terror groups to ensure that the money reached them.

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Dubai to be official transit route for reformed militants

ter4The Indian government which had come up with a militant surrender policy will now use the Dubai route instead of the one through Nepal. The Dubai route would however be used exclusively only for the return of terrorists from Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir.

Terrorists who wanted to reform would use the Nepal route unofficially into India. However it was found in the recent years that Pakistan would kill most of these terrorists using their contacts in Nepal. Moreover it was also found that the Inter-Services-Intelligence would place such persons under surveillance and several militants who wanted to surrender were unable to do so.

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A meeting held in Dubai discussed a sinister plot against India

simi22New Delhi, Nov 29: A meeting in Dubai held on November 6 has come under the scanner of the intelligence bureau. The meeting was held to discuss the plan on how to avenge the killing of the SIMI activists who had escaped from the Bhopal jail recently.
The meeting that was conducted in the Deira area in Dubai discussed the complete details of a sinister plot on how to carry out a major attack in India.

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What is delaying the extradition of this alleged ISIS recruiter from Bhatkal

Bengaluru, Nov 25: Adnan Hassan Damudi, a resident of Bhatkal, who was detained in Dubai for an alleged link to the ISIS, would be an important person for India to have deported or extradited.
Damudi was detained in Dubai in the month of March 2015, but so far no progress has been made in having him deported or extradited.

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Bhatkal native Damudi held the key to ISIS recruitments in Hyderabad

ISIS-afghanNew Delhi, Nov 23: India will make all efforts to secure the custody of Adnan Hasan Damudi, the Bhatkal resident who has been detained in Dubai over his alleged links with the ISIS.
Damudi was detained in Dubai after Indian agencies had tipped off their counterparts about his alleged activities.

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Dawood financial network crippled after these US sanctions

dawoodington, Nov 13: The slapping of sanctions against the Khanani Money Laundering Organisation by the United States of America has been welcomed by India.

The US slapped sanctions on a Pakistan based group and its affiliate in Dubai which is alleged to have ties with terror groups and the Dawood Ibrahim syndicate.

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Money given for medical purpose say alleged handlers of Faridkot sacrilege

punjab-unrest-ptiChandigarh, Oct 22: The two men living in Australia and Dubai who allegedly made calls to the accused behind the Punjab unrest have claimed that they were sending money for medical purposes.
The two men, Sukhjith Singh and Hardeep Singh from Australia and Dubai respectively have claimed that there was no conspiracy involved and the money was being sent for medical purposes.

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