ISI’s Saudi rendezvous and how it plots its attacks on India

abdul subhanNew Delhi, July 16: The dreaded Indian Mujahideen which carried out a series of blasts across India had the complete backing of the ISI, which plotted all these attacks in Saudi Arabia, investigations have revealed.

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Court extend IM founders remand

A court of the National Investigation Agency has extended the remand of Indian Mujahideen, co-founder, Abdul Subhan Qureshi. Apart from his involvement in various bomb blasts across the country, he is also an accused in the SIMI Wagon camp case of 2007. His remand has been extended till June 4.

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IM co-founder to be in Kerala: NIA hopes to crack mother of all cases

New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is expected to make a major breakthrough in the SIMI Wagamon Kerala camp case.

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The radicalisation of South India: Why this part of the country is a ticking terror time bomb

You name any terrorist outfit in India and there will be a southern link that would crop up. While groups such as the Indian Mujahideen, Islamic State, Students Islamic Movement of India have their routes in India, a new worry is the spotting of jihadis fighting the Kashmir battle.

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IM terrorist debunks the ‘fake’ Batla encounter theory

New Delhi: Ariz Khan, the top Indian Mujahideen operative arrested by the Delhi police has spilt out details on the Batla House encounter that took place in 2008. During the initial rounds of questioning by both the Special Cell of the Delhi police and the Intelligence Bureau, he confessed that he along with his accomplices had taken shelter at the Batla House.

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IM operative Ariz Khan wanted to revive terror outfit with Abdul Subhan

New Delhi: Two key arrests in two months have been made by the special cell of the Delhi police. While Abdul Subhan, the founding member of the Indian Mujahideen (IM) was arrested last month, today the Delhi police arrested Ariz Khan alias Junaid.

Following Junaid’s arrest on Indo-Nepal border, a team of the Intelligence Bureau and the police questioned him. He said that he had fled India for Nepal following the Batla House encounter. He further said that he was contacted by Subhan who wanted to bring in all the old cadres and revive the Indian Mujahideen.

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To unearth IM’s network, Subhan, Junaid to be brought face to face

The Delhi police would look to unearth the existing modules of the Indian Mujahideen following the arrest of Ariz Khan alias Junaid. Police officials say that the back to back arrests of Junaid and Abdul Subhan are crucial and their interrogation would help unearth any existing modules of the IM.

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After 10 year chase, dreaded IM operative Junaid arrested

After a chase of nearly 10 years, a key operative of the Indian Mujahideen wanted in the Batla House encounter case has been arrested by the special cell of the Delhi police.

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IM operative Ariz Khan wanted to revive terror

New Delhi: Two key arrests in two months have been made by the special cell of the Delhi police. While Abdul Subhan, the founding member of the Indian Mujahideen (IM) was arrested last month, today the Delhi police arrested Ariz Khan alias Junaid.

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Bhatkal brothers in Pakistan under ISI protection confirms IM founder Subhan

Abdus Subhan Qureshi alias Tauqueer, one of the founding members of the Indian Mujahideen has confirmed to investigators that the Bhatkal brothers are indeed in Pakistan. He said that Riyaz and Iqbal Bhatkal had left for Pakistan in 2008 itself and have been living under the protection of the ISI in Karachi since then.

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