Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu: With a free hand, the radicalisation problem is curable

New Delhi, May 29: For the Intelligence agencies, the rate at which radicalisation has grown in states such as Kerala and West Bengal has been alarming. Several officials have in the past complained that the lack of a free hand and the immense politicisation of the issue had led to such a rapid rise in radicalisation in these states.

The minority appeasement has been one of the major reasons for these states becoming problematic. The same could be said about Tamil Nadu as well, where the first case relating to the Islamic State had been reported.

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Residents of Tamil Nadu, Kenya and Philippines charged by NIA in ISIS case

New Delhi, May 29: The National Investigation Agency has filed a supplementary chargesheet in connection with an Islamic State case registered at Jaipur, Rajasthan.

The NIA has charged three accused persons namely Mohammad Zabiullah Khan from Tamil Nadu, Karen Aisha Hamidon, Philippines and Muange Amina Mwaiz a resident of Kenya for criminal conspiracy.

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Suspicious boat from Sri Lanka: ISIS may strike warns intelligence

boats-lakshdweepNew Delhi, May 26: A high alert has been declared after intelligence reports suggested that 15 persons with links to the Islamic State had left Sri Lanka in a boat to Lakshadweep.

Additional Director General of Police, Coastal Security, Tomin Thachankery warned that the group had begun its journey under mysterious

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Modi-Doval 2.0: The agenda on internal security for the next 5 years

New Delhi, May 24: Internal security was one of the major planks addressed by the BJP during the election campaign. A secure India under Narendra Modi and his National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval echoed in several parts of the country in the run up to the elections, which was ultimately won by a thumping margin by the BJP.

Modi and Doval 2.0 will have a host of challenges ahead, when it comes to security.

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Internal security: The challenge ahead for the next dispensation

New Delhi, May 21: We will know by May 23, who the next Prime Minister of India would be. The new government would have a host of challenges that it would have to deal with on various fronts.

Here, we decode what the national security challenge would be for the new government that takes over. There have been a host of developments in the past five years, where internal security is concerned.

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How Tamil Nadu contributed to the Islamic State problem in India

New Delhi, May 21: The National Investigation Agency on Monday conducted more raids in Tamil Nadu in connection with a case relating to the Islamic State.

The NIA carried out searches at 10 different locations in Tamil Nadu, during which the agency recovered a number of digital devices. The NIA also recovered 3 laptops, 3 hard discs, 16 mobile phones, 8 SIM cards, 2 pen drives, 5 memory cards, a card reader and two knives apart from a large number of incriminating documents.

Kashmir-Bengal-Kerala: Understanding the geographical remit of the ISIS

New Delhi, May 17: After announcing a province in India, the Islamic State has done the same in Pakistan as well. Media reports in Pakistan said that the ISIS claimed to have assassinated a police officer in Mastung and also hit rival Taliban fighters in Quetta.

Both were attributed to the Pakistan Province of the group. The move comes just a few days after a similar province was announced in Kashmir. Several analysts tell OneIndia that the ISIS is trying to establish the Caliphate in the Indo-Pak-Afghanistan region after it fell in its mainlands of Syria and Iraq.

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Wilayah of Hind by ISIS in Kashmir is a step further towards Global Islamic Council

isisnewNew Delhi, May 14: The recent announcement by the Islamic State that it has set up the Wilayah of Hind in Jammu and Kashmir comes in the lines of the outfit announcing the Global Islamic Council.

The ISIS claimed that it has established a new province in India following clashes between terrorists and security forces in Kashmir on May 10. The announcement was made by the terror group through its news agency, Amaq.

While looking at ISIS in Kerala, why we must not lose sight of Bengal

ISIS FLAGNew Delhi, May 13: Even as the intelligence agencies assess the threat posed by the Islamic State, the danger that stares at us is the rapid pace at which the outfit is growing in West Bengal.

To focus extensively on Bengal and Bangladesh, the ISIS had appointed Abu Mohammad al-Bengali as the emir. While, India had managed to keep the situation under control, there is a new lurking danger emerging in the aftermath of the suicide bombing in Sri Lanka.

How a free hand to surveil the terrorist gave agencies the upper hand over the ISIS

New Delhi, May 11: For any successful operation against terrorists, the key is surveillance. An officer would need to be at least ten steps ahead in order to prevent a terrorist from acting. India’s success rate against the Islamic State has been particularly good so far.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) too has achieved a large amount of success in tracking the ISIS modules in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

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