Hyderabad, Oct 9: Concerned with the issue of Rohingya Muslims, the Military Intelligence has now sought details about those living close to defence installations in Hyderabad.
New Delhi, Aug 1: A high alert has been sounded across the nation following the publication of the final draft of the NRC in Assam. The Intelligence Bureau which had earlier said that there could be an influx of people whose names do not feature in the NRC, could also move to other parts of the state.
Guwahati, July 30: A high alert has been declared in Assam as the final draft of the Assam National Regiser of Citizens (NRC) is being published. The NRC will feature the names, addresses and photographs of all Indian citizens who have been residing in the northeastern state before March 25 1971.
Srinagar, July 17: The presence of Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists close to the Amarnath Yatra route has prompted the agencies to step up security. There have been several warnings by the Intelligence Bureau before the Yatra commenced and one such note said that the specific threat was from the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.
New Delhi, July 2: There have been several ceasefire violations reported along the Line of Control. Although both sides have agreed to honour the ceasefire pact of 2003 in letter and spirit, India fears that the situation is likely to worsen after the Pakistan elections are completed.
With the Pune police revealing that it had busted a plot by naxalites to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Intelligence Bureau is keeping a close watch on the activities of the dreaded People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA).
A high alert has been declared following an intelligence input that suggests that a major attack is likely to be carried out in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir. The alert speaks about the sneaking in of 12 terrorists of the Jaish-e-Mohammad.
A couple of days back, there were reports that suggested that the Intelligence Bureau is undergoing a major shake-up. It was said that at least 500 Intelligence Bureau officials have been transferred.
New Delhi: In the aftermath of the Sunjuwan terror attack which claimed the lives of five Army personnel, there is plenty of course correction on its way.
Forced conversions would be the key focus of a three day Intelligence Bureau meeting to be held next month. The meeting which will be hosted in January at Tekanpur, Madhya Pradesh would be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.