Kerala SIMI camp: NIA grills Indian Mujahideen founder

Kochi, June 30: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) continued to grill Abdul Suban Qureshi, a co-founder of the Indian Mujahideen and an accused in the 2007 Kerala, Wagamon camp case.


ISI-Naxalite-Separatist: The common connection

Pakistan’s ISI keeps a very close watch on the anti national activities that take place in India. It is ready to support any cause as long as it is anti-India. It has supported groups such as the Indian Mujahideen, Students Islamic Movement of India and even the naxalites.

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Batla House encounter was not fake says IM operative

Ariz Khan of the Indian Mujahideen was a major catch for the security agencies. Amidst a wide spread debate about the Battle House encounter, Khan has told security agencies that the operation was not a fake one.

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Fayaz Kagzi, the Jeddah suicide bomber who ran Indian Mujahideen

DNA reports have suggested that the Jeddah bomber was an Indian. Saudi Arabia has confirmed that the bomber was an Indian who went by the name Fayaz Kagzi.

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The race for Bhatkal: Why Namdharis will decide fortune of BJP or Congress

Bhatkal is an important constituency with a little over 2 lakh voters. The name Bhatkal has been in the news for a long time for all the wrong reasons thanks to several founding members of the Indian Mujahideen hailing from this place.

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After a spine chilling chase, how India’s most wanted ‘Abdul Subhan’ was nabbed

abdul subhanThe arrest of Indian Mujahideen co-founder, Abdul Subhan was a prized catch for the security agencies. The man wanted for a series of blasts that rocked the country was nabbed recently in a dare-devil operation by the Delhi police.

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The master of serial blasts and Batla House accused Ariz Khan now in NIA net

A team of the National Investigation Agency has unearthed key details on the functioning of the Indian Mujahideen following the arrest of Ariz Khan. It was learnt that the IM had conspired to commit acts of terror in a bid to de-stabilise the country.

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Yasin Bhatkal is home-sick: ‘Take me to Bengaluru’, he says

Yasin Bhatkal, the chief of the Indian Mujahideen is home-sick. Lodged in solitary confinement at the Tihar jail in Delhi, he has filed an application seeking to be taken to Bengaluru on a body warrant.

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The Indian Mujahideen hit-list: Kill all cops who tormented them

Abdus Subhan Qureshi has revealed that he met with Indian Mujahideen co-founder Riyaz Bhatkal in Saudi Arabia a few months prior to his arrest. He said that the meeting was fixed up in Saudi Arabia as it was not possible for him to travel to Pakistan where Riyaz is residing.

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The Indian Mujahideen story and why its revival is so ‘damn’ dangerous

The Indian Mujahideen, one of the most dreaded terrorist groups in India is back in the news. The back to back arrests of two of its top men- Abdul Subhan and Ariz Khan are without a doubt a major breakthrough for the security agencies.

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