NIA may get to question David Headley soon

New Delhi, Jan 3: The United States has shown its commitment to cooperate with the Indian investigating agencies to punish those involved in the Mumbai 26/11 attacks. This includes David Headley, the Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist who had carried out a survey of the targets, which were attacked on 26/11.

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‘For the kick of it:’ Why this 14 year old joined the Lashkar-e-Tayiba

Srinagar, Dec 10: Days after his image holding a gun surfaced on the social media, the 14 year old who had joined the ranks of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba was killed along with two others in an encounter. Following an 18 hour long encounter at Mujgund on the outskirts of Srinagar on Sunday, the 14 year old was killed along with Saqib Mushtaq and Ali Bhai, a Pakistani national. Four security personnel and three civilians were injured in the encounter.

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NIA team set to question Lashkar operative in France

Kochi, Dec 7: The Indian agencies may soon get to question a Lashkar-e-Tayiba operative who has been imprisoned in France. This development comes just days after a team of French officials questioned an Islamic State operative at a jail in Kerala.

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Including Lashkar’s Naveed Jatt, Army has gunned down 24 terrorists in 4 days

Srinagar, Nov 29: On Wednesday, the security agencies carried out one of the most successful encounters in recent time. One of the top terrorist in the Valley, who was heading the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, Naveed Jatt was killed in an encounter along with his associate.

Naveed Jatt shot dead: Why killing this Lashkar terrorist is such a big deal

naveedjattSrinagar, Nov 28: The killing of Naveed Jatt is a major success for the security forces. One of the most dreaded terrorists in the Valley was gunned down in an encounter at Badgam along with another terrorist.

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No Lashkar in Afghanistan, no Al-Qaeda in India: The result was Mumbai 26/11

headley_1903413cNew Delhi, Nov 28: A couple of years before the Mumbai 26/11 attack took place, Ilyas Kashmiri the head of the 313 Brigade of the Al-Qaeda was in talks with David Coleman Headley.

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26/11 Convicted only in Mickey Mouse case, why India’s road to Rana is a tough one

New Delhi, Nov 27: Nearly two years after the Mumbai 26/11 attack, one of the biggest revelations to have come out is with regard to David Headley. The American agent who had turned rogue was the one who carried out the reconnaissance of the targets that the Lashkar-e-Tayiba hit in Mumbai.

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Analysing the bio-terror threat: Why routes in Kashmir, Assam are most vulnerable

bioweaponsNew Delhi, Nov 26: It has been ten years since India witnessed one of the worst terrorists attacks. The ten terrorists of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba landed in Mumbai by sea, following which they struck at numerous targets, which ended up in the loss of over 150 lives.

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26/11 anniversary: Did David Headley survive the brutal attack on him?

Mumbai, Nov 26: One of the key players in the Mumbai 26/11 attack was David Coleman Headley. He was the one who conducted the reconnaissance of Mumbai, prepared videos, maps and handed it over to the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, which used it to target the city on the night of November 26 2008.

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26/11 attack: Despite a bare it all confession, why Headley is still a mystery

Mumbai, Nov 26: How he came, how he operated and how he left. This continues to be a big mystery. David Coleman Headley, a US agent turned rogue is centric to the Mumbai 26/11 attack plot. He was the man who came several times to India to conduct a reconnaissance of the targets that the Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists were supposed to hit. Not once was this man on the radar of the Indian Intelligence agencies. He came to Mumbai befriended high profile personalities, went about his job without being suspected or detected even once.

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