New Delhi, Sep 17: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against operatives of the Jaish-e-Mohammad who were planning on carrying out terror strikes in different parts of the country.
The NIA charged Sajjad Ahmad Khan, Tanveer Ahmed Ganie, Bilal Ahmad Mir and Muzaffar Ahmad Bhat, all residents of Jammu and Kashmir. The NIA said that the charges against Mudassir Ahmad Khan were being abated as he had died.
New Delhi, Aug 12: The Indian Army and Navy continues to remain on a state of high alert ahead of Independence Day.
All steps have been taken to ensure that there is no let up in security even as Intelligence reports speak about a looming threat by Pakistan based terrorist organisations.
New Delhi, Aug 09: India has secured its land, seas and air after Intelligence report have warned of terror attacks and aggression by Pakistan, in the wake of Article 370 being abrogated.
The Indian Navy is on high alert after the intelligence signalled the possibility of a terror strike. The surveillance through radars have been stationed at crucial points keep a watch on any activity, officials have said.
New Delhi, Mar 05: India will have “all options” available in case there is another terror strike, official sources asserted on Tuesday while maintaining that the government will insist on concrete steps by Pakistan in dismantling terror infrastructure.
New Delhi, Jan 19: The intelligence agencies have had a busy couple of months. At least three terror plots have been busted ahead of Republic Day. Intelligence Bureau officials tells OneIndia that out of the three plots, two came very close to being executed.
Two police personnel have lost their lives in a pre-dawn terror strike at Jammu and Kashmir. The incident took place at Pulwama.
Not a single day passes without the Intelligence Bureau issuing an alert warning of a possible terror strike ahead of the Barack Obama visit.
There have been at least 40 alerts that have been issued till date and India wants to ensure that no stone is left unturned in ensuring that security is at its peak when the US President visits India.
In the midst of all this the Delhi High Court did raise a very valid question about the installation of 15000 CCTVs ahead of the Obama visit.