How Nepal became a playground for Islamic terrorists like the Indian Mujahideen

nepal1.jpgNew Delhi, Nov 07: Nepal has been called as the biggest hub of the Indian Mujahideen. The Indian Mujahideen which has links with Pakistan terror groups is using Nepal as a hub to carry out terror attacks against Indians, the US State Department said in its report.

The Indian Mujahideen is obtaining funds and support from Pakistan sources and has expanded its area of operations in Nepal the report titled Country Report on Terrorism as also said.

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Indian Mujahideen operative’s wife deported from Bhatkal to Pakistan

New Delhi, Oct 08: The wife of a suspected terror operative from Bhatkal has been deported. Arsala Abeer, 32, the Pakistani wife of Syed Ismail Afaq Lanka who is in jail for supplying arms to the Indian Mujahideen was deported after she was handed the cut-off date.

The Ministry of External Affairs had rejected her visa renewal application in August. The police periodically renewed a two-year visa after she married Afaq in 2006 and settled in Bhatkal.

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Batla House: “Kyun yeh encounter farzi nahin tha”

It is based on the encounter that took place in 2008. There was a hue and cry after the encounter, with a large number of persons debunking the encounter and calling it fake.

A supreme sacrifice was made by inspector Mohan Chand Sharma during the encounter.

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In trying to target Kanwarias, is the Indian Mujahideen attempting a revival?

New Delhi, July 26: The almost dead Indian Mujahideen was back in the news after it threatened to blow up the Bareilly railway station. In a letter to the railway station superintendent, a purported operative of the outfit, Munne Khan alias Mullah said that the railway station would be blown up if the Kanwarias pass through the Muslim dominated areas in the city.

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Thwarted thrice by Indian agencies: When the Indian Mujahideen almost returned

New Delhi, Jan 10: The year 2018 witnessed several arrests of Indian Mujahideen. Those arrested were not ordinary operatives, but those who were part of the first batch which set up the Indian Mujahideen.

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Why a Bangladesh based terror group is looking to revive the Indian Mujahideen

New Delhi, Dec 1: The agencies have stepped up efforts to track down a top member of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh. The man in question is Idris and he has been tasked by the JuMB to revive the Indian Mujahideen which had gone bust after several of its top members were arrested in a series of operations undertaken by the police and the Intelligence Bureau.

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Why is India’s most wanted man a naxalite and not a jihadi

New Delhi, Oct 23: One would have thought that a jihadi would figure in the list of most wanted persons in India. However in the most wanted list prepared by the National Investigation Agency, it is not a jihadi but a dreaded naxal who figures top on the list.

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Why do we continue to use weapons of the 1990s, Hizb commander asks Pakistan

Srinagar, Oct 23: The commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen Riyaz Naikoo in an audio message has said that the biggest problem they were facing was the lack of weapons. In the message he also sought to remind Pakistan about its responsibility in the ongoing war in the Valley.

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West Bengal: Where both politicians and terrorists play with bombs

Kolkata, Oct 3: A bomb blast claimed the life of an eight year old child and nine people were injured in an explosion at Kolkata on Tuesday. The blast took place at Nagerbazar in Kolkata’s northern suburbs.

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Two Reasons Why Khurshid Alam Killing Could Be ‘An Inside Job’

hizbulKhurshid Alam, who was killed in Nepal under mysterious circumstances, was one of the top assets of the ISI and Indian Mujahideen. Indian agencies would sure be heaving a sigh of relief with this development after having failed to get him extradited almost two decades back.

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