New Delhi, Sep 16: A week after the Navy warned that the Jaish-e-Mohammad was planning a sea borne attack, the Intelligence Bureau has now warned that the terror group would look to strike at crowded places during the festival season.
The warning states that the JeM would try and target railway stations in various cities in the country. The alert was issued following a letter that was received by the Rohtak Station Superintendent.
New Delhi, Sep 13: In less than a week, the security agencies have bust two plots in which terrorists were attempting to create havoc in Jammu and Kashmir.
Terrorists of the Jaish-e-Mohammad were apprehended with a huge cache of arms and ammunition on the Jammu-Pathankot highway in Kathua. They were transporting arms in a truck and had planned on carrying out a terror attack in the Valley, officials familiar with the investigation tell OneIndia.
Chennai, Sep 10: A terrorist suspected to be associated with the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh has been arrested from Chennai.
The arrest comes in the wake of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) making several arrests from in connection with the Bodhgaya and Burdwan blasts case from South India.
New Delhi, Sep 11: Pakistan has violated the ceasefire over 300 times since August 5, the day India decided to abrogate Article 370.
In September alone there have been 92 violations. In the month of August, the number of ceasefire violations reported was 305. In July 296 ceasefire violations were reported.
New Delhi, Sep 11: The Central Bureau of Investigation is all set to chargesheet former union minister, P Chidambaram in the INX Media case.
The chargesheet which would be ready soon, would be filed in the special court, likely by the third week of September CBI sources tell OneIndia.
New Delhi, Sep 09: The Army has said that it received inputs about a possible terror attack in South India. Further the Army also said that it had found some abandoned boats at Sir Creek.
Lt Gen S K Saini said that they had inputs that there may be a terror attack in the southern part of India. Some abandoned boats have been recovered from Sir Creek. We are taking measures to ensure that the designs of these elements and terrorists are stalled, news agency ANI quoted Lt Gen Saini, General Officer Commanding in Chief, Army, Southern Command as saying.
New Delhi, Sep 10: Security has been heightened in the Southern States and Gujarat after inputs warned about a terror strike. The Army also said that it had found some abandoned boats at Sir Creek.
New Delhi, Sep 09: In the aftermath of the Balakot airstrike, Pakistan had moved Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar to a safe location.
Prior to stating that Azhar had been placed under protective custody, Azhar was undergoing treatment at the Army Hospital in Rawalpindi. Now intelligence reports state that he has been released from protective custody.
New Delhi, Sep 09: After failing 32 of the 40 parameters, the Asia Pacific Group of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) decided to place Pakistan in the Enhanced Expedited Follow up list.
This was being seen as a big setback for Pakistan ahead of the crucial plenary of the FATF to be held in October. While, the situation for Pakistan remains grim as it has not done much to curb terror financing, going easy on Lashkar-e-Tayiba boss, Hafiz Saeed and now releasing Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar is not doing any good for the country.
New Delhi, Sep 10: The crucial meeting of the FATF has begun. The Asia Pacific Group of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is meeting in Bangkok to assess the action taken by Pakistan on terror. Pakistan is being represented by Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, Hammad Azhar.
The Pakistan delegation also comprises representatives of State Bank of Pakistan and Directors of SECP. The head of the Financial Intelligence Unit is representing New Delhi at the meet.