New Delhi, Aug 04: The Intelligence Bureau has alerted the Delhi Police about a possible strike by terror groups Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad ahead of India’s 75th Independence Day on August 15.
In a 10 page letter the Intelligence Bureau says that there is a threat from the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad. The agency also directed the police to put in place strict measures at the Red Fort ahead of Independence Day.
The similarities in the murders of Kolhe and Lal has prompted the Intelligence Bureau to dig deeper into such cases to try and understand the pattern behind it
New Delhi, Jul 04: With the National Investigation Agency (NIA) being directed to take up the investigation into the murder of Amaravati based pharmacist Umesh Kolhe by Islamists on June 21, the Intelligence Bureau is now looking at similar incidents to join the dots.
The murder of Kolhe and Kanhaiya Lal of Udaipur are similar in nature and the Intelligence Bureau has been tasked with finding out if there is a pattern to it.
New Delhi, June 20: The Delhi Police has filed two more chargesheets against former AAP councillor, Tahir Hussain in connection with the northeast Delhi riots. The two chargesheets were filed in connection with two separate incidents of violence.
The first related to arson and rioting at a parking lot in Chand Bagh, while the second related to arson and robbery at godown in Karawal Nagar. Along with his Hussain, his brother, Shah Alam and 10 others have been charged.
New Delhi, Mar 14: The postmortem report of IB staffer Ankit Sharma, who was killed during the Delhi riots says that he had died due to injuries to his lungs and brain.
Some of the injuries were due to sharp-edged weapons, the postmortem also says. An injury was produced by a heavy cutting weapon, while the rest were by blunt force. All injuries were fresh before death, the report also says.
An eight-day hunt ended in the surrender of Tahir Hussain who was arrested by Delhi Police. The Special Investigation Team will now look to make progress in the probe of the murder of Intelligence Bureau staffer Ankit Sharma
Bengaluru: In an important development, a key suspect in the Ankit Sharma murder case and suspended Aam Admi Party leader Tahir Hussain was arrested by Delhi Police.
An eight-day long chase ended when Hussain surrendered after the court dismissed his anticipatory bail plea. The arrest and subsequent questioning of Hussain will reveal details regarding the IB staffer, Ankit Sharma’s murder.
The Intelligence Bureau has sounded an alert that amidst the ongoing violence around the Citizenship Law, several radical Islamic outfits would push for Love Jihad with greater vigour
Bengaluru: Blackmail, sexually abuse and convert them to Islam. This has been the pattern followed several Islamic outfits, who have for long indulged in Love Jihad.
The Intelligence Bureau has sounded an alert that amidst the ongoing violence around the Citizenship Law, several radical Islamic outfits would push for Love Jihad with more vigour. Areas such as Kasargod, Mangaluru, Lucknow and Delhi would witness cases of Love Jihad in a big way, the IB has warned.
New Delhi, Jan 05: The sudden rise in the rise of Bangladeshis being arrested in Bangladesh could just be the beginning of a major exodus. At least 450 persons have been arrested by the Bangladesh police when they crossed over from India.
Most of the reverse migration is taking place by those who have settled in South India. These are the newer illegal migrants, who have come to India and have no documents.
New Delhi, Dec 26: Top Intelligence Bureau officials have said that the ISI has sponsored a major attack in Punjab. It has planned on unleashing terrorists from the Khalistan forces to strike in various places in Punjab.
The intercepts picked up on the air waves suggest that the ISI has tasked the Babbar Khalsa to carry out the attack and there are attempts to smuggle the arms into Punjab.
New Delhi, Dec 20: For the Students Islamic Movement of India, the protests around the new citizenship law have come as a blessing in disguise. The Intelligence Bureau has said that several members of the SIMI have entered Delhi in a bid to fuel further violence and then recruit in the name of persecution.
During the protests at the Jamia Millia and Seelampur, the police had found that there were several hidden mobs, which came out and incited the violence. IB sources tell OneIndia that members of the SIMI could have infiltrated into Delhi from UP and the other neighbouring states.