New Delhi, Apr 03: Alarm bells are ringing in Telangana after 10 religious preachers from Indonesia tested positive for the novel coronavirus. These persons had taken part in the Tablighi Jamaat meet at Nizamuddin and reached Ramagundem in Telangana on March 13 by the AP Sampark Kranti Express before testing positive.
All of them were shifted a hospital in Hyderabad by the rapid response team on March 16. By this time they had visited a Mosque in Karimnagar and met with 100s of people.
Former special secretary of the Research and Analysis Wing, Amar Bhushan, in this interview with MyNation, said that he has no doubt that protests at Shaheen Bagh has a deep rooted conspiracy associated with them
Bengaluru: The claim by the Delhi Police that the man arrested for firing in the air at the Shaheen Bagh protest site had joined the Aam Admi Party last year has given the entire episode a new twist.
It has been said on several occasions that the protests are completely stage managed by the Opposition and the radicals. Prime Minister Narendra Modi too had made it amply clear that Shaheen Bagh was a laboratory for the political groups.
Former special secretary of the Research and Analysis Wing, Amar Bhushan said that he has no doubt that this is a deep rooted conspiracy. In this interview with MyNation, Bhushan said that one must dig deeper and find out who exactly is organising these meaningless protests at Shaheen Bagh.
New Delhi, Dec 02: The Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) had planned on carrying out strikes in New Delhi post the Pulwama attack, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said in its charge sheet.
The module of the JeM had tasked one of its members to carry out a reconnaissance in Delhi, the charge sheet filed by the NIA against four members of the outfit also stated.
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.
New Delhi, Sep 7: The Delhi police has arrested two suspected terrorists. The arrested duo hail from Kashmir and were arrested on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday.
They are currently being questioned for further details. The police say that the duo are part of the Islamic State of Jammu and Kashmir. They were picked up from the Red Fort area. They have been identified as Pervez and Jamshad and are residents of Shopian in south Kashmir.
Fourteen people including three women were arrested after they burst crackers outside the Supreme Court in open defiance on its order. The SC had banned the sale of firecrackers this Diwali or Deepavali in the National Capital Region.
A 21 year old woman from Delhi was pushed off the fourth floor of an under construction building after she resisted a rape attempt by her friend. The incident occurred Rohini district’s Begumpur. The victim who works as an assistant chef in five star hotel in South Delhi is in a critical condition. The police got to know about the incident at 11 pm on Friday when the victim’s friend made a PCR call.
A report from Sri Lanka suggests that an Indian official had a role to play in the defeat of Mahinda Rajapaksa, a charge that has been denied by New Delhi. The Sunday Times newspaper in Sri Lanka had a report which stated that an officer with the Research and Analysis Wing had lost his job in Colombo due to his links with the anti Rajapaksa faction or the opposition in Sri Lanka.
Was the officer recalled? Sources in New Delhi inform that the report in Sri Lanka is not correct. We had transferred the officer who was the head of the RAW’s Colombo station and this was a routine procedure. However the buzz in Sri Lanka is that this officer had played a vital role along with the opposition in the defeat of Rajapaksa. The same line has also been towed by the new establishment in Sri Lanka which says that it is not aware of these developments.