Kashmir has seen a big dip in number of terrorists, incidents of radicalisation

dilbagsinghNew Delhi, July 22: There are around 270 terrorists, who are still active in the Kashmir Valley.

This year, 57 youth went missing and joined terrorist groups according to data available with the Jammu and Kashmir police. State police chief Dilbag Singh told reporters that of the 57 who joined terror groups, 23 were killed, while 16 returned home.

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Why is India’s most literate state Kerala producing the most ISIS terrorists

New Delhi, June 08: Kerala is a 100 per cent literate state. It is one India’s best tourist destination and offers probably the best cuisine.

Attached to all the positives is a lurking problem as well. It has been described as a ticking time bomb, thanks to problem of radicalisation and the very fact that the maximum number of cases of people leaving for the Islamic State have been reported from this state.

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Salafism and radicalisation: How slain Kerala ISIS chief Abdullah led the way

isisnewNew Delhi, June 05: There were reports that the head of the Kerala module of the Islamic State was reportedly killed in Afghanistan. While the Indian agencies are yet to confirm the information, an official said that if it is true, then it is a major relief.

Rashid Abdullah as recently as two months back was in touch with several operatives in Kerala, who later on told the National Investigation Agency that they were planning an attack similar to the ones that took place in Sri Lanka.

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Modi’s Bengal action plan: Wipe out JMB-ISIS and radicalisation

New Delhi, June 01: An emir for the Islamic State in Bengal and the growing menace of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh in the region bordering Bangladesh. The concerns on security along the Bengal-Bangladesh border is very high and the new dispensation will focus heavily on it.

Recent assessments done by the intelligence agencies accessed by OneIndia suggest that the JMB has been growing at a rapid pace. The modus operandi clearly suggests that the cadres of the JMB are radicalising youth from a very age onwards and getting them battle ready.

Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu: With a free hand, the radicalisation problem is curable

New Delhi, May 29: For the Intelligence agencies, the rate at which radicalisation has grown in states such as Kerala and West Bengal has been alarming. Several officials have in the past complained that the lack of a free hand and the immense politicisation of the issue had led to such a rapid rise in radicalisation in these states.

The minority appeasement has been one of the major reasons for these states becoming problematic. The same could be said about Tamil Nadu as well, where the first case relating to the Islamic State had been reported.

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Radicalising through the Mosque-Madrasa network: Is Amroha India’s new Azamgarh

terrorist-arms1New Delhi, Dec 27: Four out of the 10 operatives arrested following the busting of an ISIS inspired module were from Amroha. Going by what the NIA has probed so far, it becomes clear that these men from Amroha had played a significant role in shaping the module.

Radicalisation, terror in the Valley: Top on the agenda at DGP meet

New Delhi, Dec 20: Top on the agenda of the big DGP’s meet would be radicalisation, terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and cross border infiltrations.

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Terror groups funding Mosques: How Kashmir-Kerala paved the way towards radicalisation

khulafa-e-rashideenNew Delhi, Oct 15: The investigations being conducted by the National Investigating Agency has found that a Mosque in Palwal, Haryana was built with the funds of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.

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To bring radicalisation under anti-terror law, MHA mulls various options

rajnathsinghNew Delhi, Sep 4: In a bid to bring radicalisation under the ambit of the anti-terror law, the Union Home Ministry is mulling over a proposal to define the term.

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‘Threat of ISIS inspired lone wolf attacks real’, says Home Ministry

The Union Ministry has detailed in a report the problem of radicalisation and how people returning from conflict areas such as Syria and Iraq are posing a security risk.

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