New Delhi, July 16: Pakistan used fake documents to secure the custody of a Indian terrorist from UAE. Sources in the intelligence tell OneIndia that it had learnt that the documents that Pakistan produced while securing the custody of Dawood Ibrahim aide and wanted terrorist, Farooq Devdiwala were fake.
New Delhi, July 14: In the extradition of Dawood Ibrahim aide, Farooq Devdiwala, India missed out to Pakistan. Devdiwala who features on the list of most wanted was handed over to Pakistan as they managed to prove that he was their national.
New Delhi, July 13: For India it was a close miss in ensuring the extradition of a Dawood aide, Farooq Devdiwala from the United Arab Emirates. He is accused of arranging a terror training camp for two Indians in Pakistan.
New Delhi, July 2: A Sikh MP to be was among the 19 killed in the blast at Afghanistan’s eastern city of Jalalabad. A suicide bomber targeted a convoy of Sikhs and Hindus who were on their way to meet with Afghanistan President, Ashraf Ghani. 17 out of 19 killed in the blast belonged to the Sikh and Hindu community.
New Delhi, June 30: India welcomed a global terror financing watchdog demoting Pakistan to a ‘grey list’ for underperforming in rooting out sources of finance for terrorists within its borders and for not taking enough – or any, at all – action in curbing activities of terror elements who roam freely within its provinces.
The police have identified all the three killers of noted journalist Shujaat Bukhari. The police said that two of the killers were locals, while the third was a Pakistani.
The Indian Army has said that Governor’s rule in the state will not impact its operations in Jammu and Kashmir. Lt. General A K Bhatt said that operations against the terrorists would continue on the same pattern before Ramazan.
The situation in Kashmir has gone from bad to worse and the spate of mindless killings that have taken place in the last few days only suggests that there is a need for an urgent policy shift.
Four personnel of the BSF (Border Security Force) have lost their lives following a ceasefire violation by Pakistan. The incident took place in the Chambliyal sector of Samba.
Pakistan’s ISI keeps a very close watch on the anti national activities that take place in India. It is ready to support any cause as long as it is anti-India. It has supported groups such as the Indian Mujahideen, Students Islamic Movement of India and even the naxalites.