Hafiz Saeed was the mastermind and ably backed by Syed Salahuddin. Together they came up with a plan of funding the unrest and terrorism in the Kashmir Valley which was on the boil since the death of Hizbul Mujahideen commander, Burhan Wani.
Two persons have been arrested in connection with the killing of a JD(U) MLA at Ranchi by members of the CPI (Maoists). The National Investigation Agency arrested the two suspects Prafull Kumar and Jaiganesh.
Following an Intelligence Bureau report, the National Investigation Agency has begun investigations into ISI links with the killing of Hindu leaders. A spate of murders of Hindu leaders had taken place in Punjab and it had been found that they were being orchestrated by Sikh militants and the ISI.
It is probably one of the strongest cases where terror funding is concerned. The National Investigation Agency which has worked along with auditors and officials of the Finance Ministry is set to file its charge sheet in the Jammu and Kashmir terror funding case.
The National Investigation Agency has registered a case against five Kerala youth for their alleged links with the Islamic State. The NIA registered the case at Kochi under Sections 38 and 39 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.
More details about the manner in which Abdul Naeem alias Headley 2 went about his business are stumbling out. The National Investigation Agency which is probing the case has learnt that he had conducted a reconnaissance of the Patna airport as well.
The National Investigation Agency probing the death of an RSS worker in Punjab is likely to take up six more cases as they appear to be inter-related. The NIA which took over the probe into the murder of Ravinder Gosain says that they would also look into the international conspiracy behind the incident.
The National Investigation Agency has taken over the investigation of the murder case of RSS worker Ravinder Gosain. This was in compliance with an order of the Ministry for Home Affairs.
Stung by the NIA raids and demonetisation, the ISI has set up three factories in Pakistan occupied Kashmir to print fake currency.
In a late night swoop, a team of the National Investigation Agency arrested four persons in West Bengal in connection with a fake currency case. All four residents of Malda in West Bengal were held after they were found in possession of fake currency to the tune of Rs 9 lakh.