New Delhi, July 21: The National Investigation Agency carried out searches in Telangana in connection with a naxal related case. During the searches the NIA recovered metal plates and pieces, Iron pipes and circles/coins/billas suspected to be used for making IEDs and Grenade Launchers.
Various other incriminating documents and explosive substances including slurry sticks and electric detonators were also recovered during the searches. The case was first registered in February at the Dummugudem police station in Telangana.
New Delhi, Sep 24: The Telangana police have upped the ante against the naxalites after several of them have been spotted entering the state on several occasions.
The naxalites from Chhattisgarh have been told by their leadership to enter Telangana and East Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh. In the past 30 days, 8 naxalites have been gunned down by the police along the forest borders with Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra.
New Delhi, Aug 29: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against three key aides and one underground leader of the CPI (Maoist) for their role in recruiting youth and raising funds for the banned outfit.
The NIA said that these activities were carried out through their frontal organisations, Telangana Vidyarthi Vedika (TVV) and Telangana Praja Front (TPF).
New Delhi, May 01: The first train carrying around 1,000 migrant workers set off from Telangana’s Lingampally for Hatia in Jharkhand.
The decision was taken at a late night meeting of the Home and Railway ministries on Thursday. More such trains are being planned, sources tell OneIndia, but as of now, it is being maintained that it is an one-off affair. The source, however, said that more trains shall be planned only as per the directions of the Ministry of Railways. The decision would be taken based on the request by both the destination and originating state governments.
New Delhi, Apr 01: The first time the connection between the Tablighi Jamaat and coronavirus emerged was on March 17 2020. It was at this time that a case was detected in Telangana and by March 21, the Ministry of Home Affairs had drawn up a list of 800 foreigners associated with the Tablighi Jamaat.
It was learnt that an Indonesian, who attended the conference at Nizamuddin and travelled to Telangana had tested positive on March 17. Home Ministry sources tell OneIndia that nearly 1,000 Tablighi workers from abroad were in India. Of this around 200 were staying in Nizamuddin, the source also said.
New Delhi, Oct 18: The Assam police has arrested a key terrorist of the Jamaat-ul Mujahideen, Bangladesh. The 25 year old Azhar Ali was wanted in a 2014 case registered at the Barpeta police station. He was on the run for three years.
Hyderabad, Nov 16:As the election dates in Telangana are nearing, the Intelligence Bureau has unearthed another ploy by the naxalites to disrupt the polling process. Since October, at least five alerts have been sounded warning of a big naxal threat.