JMB’s money man arrested

SahanurAlomA key member of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) module accused of moving funds to the Burdhwan blasts, Sahanur Alom was arrested at the Nalbari district of Assam by the National Investigating Agency (NIA) on Friday night. Alom’s name had cropped up several times during the NIA’s investigation of the Burdhwan case and they had even netted his wife, Sujna last month for her alleged involvement in the case.

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Dec 6- Our great Nation has moved on

Babri verdict: UP govt tense about law and orderSo much has changed between December 6th 1992 and December 6th 2014. This is a day that is remembered for the demolition of the Babri Masjid and although it will remain in the memories of many for a long time, it would be safe to say that the nation has moved on. I was just out of school when the Babri Masjid was demolished.

In fact I was in Mangalore and after the riots broke out, there was no way I was getting back home. However after a 48 hour ordeal, I managed to get into a jam packed train sit on the foot board for 24 hours and reach Bangalore. A lot of you may remember what the situation was like in the entire country.

Fast forward: Eighteen years later, I found myself at Lucknow right before the High Court. This time around I was there to report the verdict which was being passed after nearly 2 decades. There was enough and more drama that led up to the passing of this verdict. I landed in Lucknow on September 23 2010. The verdict was to be delivered on the same day. As I was leaving for the High Court the news broke that the Supreme Court had deferred the verdict of the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court. I left Lucknow for Bangalore. However in the next hearing the Supreme Court had cleared the pronouncement of the verdict and I was back in Lucknow on September 30 2010

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Are you wearing bangles was message to militants

IMG_0191It has been a blood bath in Kashmir and as we salute those brave hearts who fought against mindless militants, we also try and analyse the reasons for such a brazen attack.

The militant attack was continuously monitored and staged from Rawalpindi and not Islamabad as many may believe.

“Are you wearing bangles?”: Message from Rawalpindi to militants before Kashmir attacks All attack pertaining to Kashmir have their control centre in Rawalpindi. A month back those in Rawalpindi had a clear message to the militants holed up in the Valley. “Kya tum chudiya pehenke baithe ho,”(are you wearing bangles?). The message was clear and that was to strike hard at the Valley not in a bid to establish control over the politics, but to create a fear in the minds of the people.

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New IB chief- Expertise on Kerala, J&K

iblogoDineshwar Sharma is the new chief of the Intelligence Bureau and what strikes the most is that that like the National Security Advisor Ajit Doval he too is a Kerala cadre officer.

Sharma’s appointment as the IB chief has not been an easy one. There were two other front runners ‎- Ashok Prasad and D P Sinha. However Sharma who is called a master analyst and who knows Jammu and Kashmir like the back of his hand was picked.

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LeT, SIMI working with Pak to disrupt Republic Day

Republic dayThe Central Intelligence Bureau has alerted the Delhi police against a possible attack on the outskirts of Delhi ahead of the Republic Day celebrations.
The alert is being taken extremely seriously as the parade this year would have Barack Obama, President of the United States as the Chief Guest.
The alert states that both the Laskhar-e-Tayiba and the Students Islamic Movement of India are attempting to target the Republic Day celebrations.Read more

Case will go on, no matter what says convenor of Babri Masjid Action Committee

sqrilyasOne day ahead of the Babri Masjid demolition anniversary, there has already been a debate with one of the oldest litigants withdrawing from the case stating that he wants to set Ram Lulla free.
Mohammad Hashim Ansari, the oldest litigant in Babri Masjid case, had a couple of days back said that he wants to distance himself from the case as he was disgusted by the statement made by Azam Khan who had termed the Babri issue as dead.

In this context, Oneindia speaks with Dr SQR Ilyas, the convenor of the Babri Masjid Action Committee and member of the All India Muslim Law Personal Board. In this interview, Dr Ilyas says that the case will go on no matter what as today it has become case between the Muslim Community vs the state and the Centre.

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What has the ED found in Burdwan?

sarscamWhat exactly has the Enforcement Directorate stumbled upon during its probe into the Burdhwan blasts?
The ED which is probing the money trail into the Burdhwan modules on Thursday said that they have unearthed some bank accounts through which money was transferred.
With a raging debate on whether Saradha funds reached Burdwan, the ED had stumbled upon some evidence to show that some of the NGO’s in Burdhwan were getting funds from Sudipto Sen.

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Saradha- CBI to question TMC MP Ahmed Imran

ahmedhasanimranThe Central Bureau of Investigation is all set to question Trinamool Congress MP, Ahmed Hasan Imran in connection with the Saradha scam case.
Ahmed Hasan Imran had also been questioned by the Enforcement Directorate for his alleged role in the scam a few months back.
The Serious Frauds Investigation Office in its lengthy report had accused several ruling party leaders in West Bengal of trying to hush up the scam.

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Burdhwan-Saradha, was it really a clean chit?

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There has been a hue and cry today following the statement in Parliament on the Saradha-Burdhwan link. Many termed the statement by the Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh, as a clean chit to the Trinamool Congress (TMC), which has been accused of shielding the accused of both the Burdhwan and Saradha incidents. Before we look into this, let us see what exactly the minister told the Lok Sabha in a written response, “The investigation has so far not revealed any such transaction where money was routed to Bangladesh to fund terrorist activities.
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How 66(A) of IT Act can be dangerous for an internet/technology user: Explained

itactSections 66(A) and 74 of the Information Technology Act (IT Act) have been termed as two draconian laws by the Supreme Court of India.
The court even questioned the Centre and asked it to make its stand clear on these two sections which were passed by the UPA government which were invoked several times to harass internet users. Read more