Yasin Malik: His conviction is just the start, justice now awaits family of martyred IAF officials

Malik, whose organisation JKLF was banned by the Centre, is also facing two CBI cases. These relate to the kidnapping of Rubaiya Saeed, daughter of then Union home minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed, in 1989, and the killing of four IAF personnel in 1990.

New Delhi, May 20: Separatist and terrorist Yasin Malik was convicted after he pleaded guilty to terror charges before a Special court of the National Investigation (NIA) agency.

Malik on Tuesday pleaded guilty to all the charges, including those under the stringent Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), before a Delhi court in a case related to alleged terrorism and secessionist activities that disturbed the Kashmir valley in 2017.

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Yasin Malik convicted: The beginning of the end and a look at his crimes against humanity

Malik on Tuesday pleaded guilty to all the charges, including those under the stringent Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), before a Delhi court in a case related to alleged terrorism and secessionist activities that disturbed the Kashmir valley in 2017.

New Delhi, May 19: Separatist and terrorist Yasin Malik has been convicted after he leaded guilty to terror charges before a Special court of the National Investigation (NIA) agency.

Malik on Tuesday pleaded guilty to all the charges, including those under the stringent Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), before a Delhi court in a case related to alleged terrorism and secessionist activities that disturbed the Kashmir valley in 2017.

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Targeted killings in J&K done by Pakistan to dissuade Hindu pilgrims from attending Amarnath Yatra

Terror groups are not only planning to target the Yatra, but are also carrying out targeted killings to create a scare among the people so that they refrain from attending the Amarnath Yatra

New Delhi, May 18: The Union Home Minister has been holding a series of meetings following the targeted killing of Kashmiri Pandits in Jammu and Kashmir.

While several derivatives of Pakistan such as the The Resistence Front and the Lashkar-e-Khalsa have claimed responsibility for the attack, the Intelligence assessment says that these are just diversionary tactics to help Pakistan get out of the grey list at the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

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How Pak is fooling the world by using its derivatives, The Resistence Front, Lashkar-e-Khalsa

An officer tells OneIndia that if one has noticed that groups such as the Lashkar-e-Tayiba or the Jaish-e-Mohammad have not claimed responsibility for any of the recent attacks in J&K.

New Delhi, May 17: Off late groups such as the Lashkar-e-Khalsa, the Freedom Fighter or the The Resistence Front have cropped up in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). These lesser known groups have been claiming credit for the recent attacks.

However the Intelligence agencies have learnt that these are deliberate tactics adopted by Rawalpindi to divert attention. An officer tells OneIndia that if one has noticed that groups such as the Lashkar-e-Tayiba or the Jaish-e-Mohammad have not claimed responsibility for any of the recent attacks in J&K.

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What hurt the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and why does it comment on India’s internal matters

The OIC has been off late commenting on internal matters of India. Be it Jammu and Kashmir or the hijab row, the OIC has been quick to pass comments.

New Delhi, May 17: India has hit out at the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for its unwarranted comments on the delimitation exercise in Jammu and Kashmir.

External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that as in the past the government of India categorically rejects the assertions made by the OIC secretariat on the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir which is an integral and inalienable part of India.

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We will make India terror free: Amit Shah

New Delhi, Apr 21: Union Home Minister Amit Shah today praised the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for the manner in which the agency probed terror funding cases in Jammu and Kashmir.

Speaking at the 13th Foundation Day of the National Investigation Agency, Shah said that the probe by the NIA in terror funding cases helped eradicate terror and the overground worker network in J&K. The NIA has in a very short span of time established itself as an international agency. It has also worked very hard in probing cases of terror funding, terror and those against naxalites.

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Terrorists who killed cop gunned down in J&K

New Delhi, Feb 05: In a major success for the security agencies, two terrorists of The Resistance Front were gunned down in an encounter at the Zakura area of Jammu and Kashmir.

On of them killed has been identified as Ikhlaq Hajam, Inspector General of Police, Vijay Kumar said. Hajam was involved in the killing of a head constable Ali Muhammad in Anantnag. Following the killing of the two TRF terrorists, incriminating material was recovered.

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Killing of Zahid Wani will leave Jaish-e-Mohammad-demoralised

Zahid Wani

New Delhi, Jan 31: On Sunday, the Jammu and Kashmir police gunned down five terrorists including top Jaish-e-Mohammad-e-Mohammad commander, Zahid Wani.

The killing of Wani is significant as he was one of the top wanted terrorists and was leading the outfit in the Valley. He took over as the commander of the JeM following the arrest of Sameer Dar in Srinagar in 2016. Officials tell OneIndia that Wani was key to the JeM as he provided both logistic support and planned attacks.

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J&K cops gun down 5 terrorists

New Delhi, Jan 30: Five terrorists have been shot down in two separate encounters in Jammu and Kashmir. One of the five terrorists who was killed is a Jaish-e-Mohammad operative.

The encounters took place in Pulwama and Budgam.

“5 terrorists of Pakistan sponsored proscribed terror outfits LeT and JeM killed in dual encounters in last 12 hours. JeM commander terrorist Zahid Wani and a Pakistani terrorist among the killed. Big success for us,” a tweet by the J@K police read.

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What bonds the Khalistanis and the Pakistanis

New Delhi, Jan 20: The bonhomie between Pakistan’s ISI, its terror groups and the Khalistanis is an open secret. For years after India drove the Khalistanis out, Pakistan has been nurturing these elements and are now looking to re-launch them in India.

The ISI has for long been trying to convince the similarities in ideology and wants its terrorists and the Khalistanis to fight along side each other. As an Intelligence Bureau explains to OneIndia, the ISI wants its terror groups to fight in Jammu and Kashmir and the Pakistanis in Punjab and Delhi.

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