In Mumbai D-Company case, NIA nets two close aides of Chhota Shakeel

These persons are associates of Dawood Ibrahim and were involved in arms smuggling, narco terrorism, money laundering

New Delhi, May 13: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested two accused in Maharashtra in connection with the D-Company case. The arrested persons are Arif Abubakar Shaikh and Shabbir Abubakar Shaikh.

These persons are associates of Dawood Ibrahim and were involved in arms smuggling, narco terrorism, money laundering, circulation of fake Indian currency notes.

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Jharkhand pilferage case shows how naxals are trying to infiltrate armed forces

The investigation showed that the arms were procured from bordering areas of Burahanapur district of Madhya Pradesh and the Buldhana district of Maharashtra.

New Delhi, May 13: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a chargesheet against 11 accused persons in a case pertaining to pilferage of arms and ammunition and supply to terrorist organisations in Jharkhand.

The NIA said that arms and ammunition had been supplied to the cadres of the CPI (Maoists) and a gang led by one Aman Sahu. The NIA learnt that the the ammunition of various caliber were pilfered from a magazine of the Border Security Force (BSF) by one Kartik Behera.

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NIA’s Mumbai raids exposes close association of D-Gang with LeT, JeM, Al-Qaeda

Gangster Dawood Ibrahim’s associate Salim Fruit being detianed by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) after conducting a raid, in Mumbai.

They are in unauthorised possession/involved in acquisition of key assets for raising terror funds and working in active collaboration with international terrorist organisation including Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Al Qaeda (AQ).

New Delhi, May 10: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids at 24 locations in the Mumbai Commissionerate and five places in Mira Road Bhayandar Commissionerate on Monday.

The case on hand pertained to the criminal activities of international terrorist network of the Dawood Ibrahim Company or D-Company. The NIA said that the case involves Dawood Ibrahim and his associates including Haji Anees, Shakeel Shaikh alias Chhota Shakeel, Javed China, Tiger Memon.

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NIA gets cracking: Detains Dawood aide in Mumbai

The NIA had in February registered an FIR after it was learnt that several of these persons were linked to Dawood

New Delhi, May 09: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has conducted raids at multiple locations on the associations of underworld don, Dawood Ibrahim.

Raids are being carried out at Parel, Santacruz, Bandra, Borivali and Nagpada. On the radar of the NIA are drug traffickers, realtors and hawala operators linked to Dawood.

The NIA had in February registered an FIR after it was learnt that several of these persons were linked to Dawood and were raising funds to sponsor terror in the country.

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ISI’s honey trapping module continues to remain biggest headache for security agencies

Officials have learnt that the account, had managed to lure some persons in the establishment and get information.

New Delhi, May 09: The ISI appears to be on overdrive mode and the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is now probing a case where the spy agency of Pakistan is attempting to inject a malware into the computers and phones of defence personnel.

The agency took over the probe after an account named, managed to gain unauthorised accedes to restricted data of computer resources.

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Stats don’t lie: How NIA under Modi sarkar aced the terror funding probes

New Delhi, Apr 28: At an event earlier this month, Union Home Minister, Amit Shah said that the National Investigation Agency at 93.25 per cent has the highest conviction rate among all the probe agencies in the country.

Shah while speaking at the 13th NIA Raising Day said that in a short span of 13 years, the agency registered over 400 cases, filed chargesheets in 349, arrested 2,494 accused and convicted 391 accused persons.

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Khejuri Bomb Blast was part of larger conspiracy to terrorise people of Bengal

New Delhi, Apr 26: West Bengal is often classified as the bomb capital of India. There have been numerous incidents of bombs being used for acts of terror and also against political rivals.

On Monday, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) arrested three persons for their involvement in a bomb blast in which two persons, including a Trinamool Congress worker, were killed in West Bengal’s Purba Medinipur district in January this year.

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Kerala forests a happy hunting ground for naxalites, Islamic terrorists

New Delhi, Apr 25: Kerala which has been witnessing several incidents of radicalisation has also been reporting cases relating to naxalism. In its recent chargesheet, the NIA spoke about the involvement of 20 naxalites from Kerala who were trying to strengthen the outfit and committing acts of terror against India.

Kalidas of Ramanathapuram, Sreemathi B P of Chikamangaluru, Savithri of Chickamangaluru, S Danish of Coimbatore, Vikram Gowda of Uduppi, Soman of Wayanad, Sharmila of Bijapur, R Ragavendran of Vellore, A Santhosh Kumar of Coimbatore, P Thiruvengadam of Thiruvannamalai, B G Krishnamurthy of Chickamangalur, Rajan of Thrissur, Deepak of Bijapur, Dinesh D H of Coimbatore, Karthik of Theni, Ramesh of Bangaluru, T K Rajeevan of Kannur, Ramesh of Ranippettai, Iyyappan of Virudhunagar, Annesh Babu of Thirunelveli have been charged with various sections of the Indian Penal Code, the Arms Act and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, news agency PTI reported.

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MHA designating 7 more terrorists will make it harder for Pakistan to wriggle out of FATF Grey List

New Delhi, Apr 22: Seven Pakistan based terrorists have been listed under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) by the Ministry of Home Affairs in the past 15 days.

Sajjad Gul, Ashiq Ahmed Nengroo, Mushtaq Ahmed Zargar, Arjumand Gulzar Jan, Ali Kashif Jan, Mohiuddin Aurangzeb Alamgir, and Hafiz Talha Saeed, who are based in Pakistan were listed under the UAPA based on the

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With NIA set to take over Birbhum probe, here is why Bengal is India’s bomb capital

New Delhi, Apr 22: Violence in West Bengal has become a routine affairs. The violence ranges from arson, riots and bomb blasts as well. On Thursday, the Calcutta High Court while vacating a stay order by a single judge Bench ordered transfer of the investigation into two incidents of explosions in Birbhum to the National Investigation Agency.

While ordering that the probe into the incidents that took place in 2019 will be handled by the NIA, the Bench said that the agency has precedence in enquiry into scheduled offences.

Incidents of bomb blasts are nothing new in West Bengal. In 2015, the agencies ha found 150 crude bombs in Birbhum and this clearly suggested that bombs are being manufactured in large numbers in the state.

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