Navy ships set out to Maldives, UAE for evacuation

navy-shipsNew Delhi, May 06: India has dispatched two navy ships to Maldives and two to UAE for evacuation of Indian citizens.

The Navy ships have been deployed as part of Operation Samudra Setu (Sea Bridge) to repatriate Indian citizens stranded abroad. Meanwhile, the first phase of the multi-agency operation called Vande Bharat Mission will see Air India operate 64 non-scheduled commercial flights from May 7 to 14 to bring back around 15,000 Indian nationals from 12 countries.

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Same team of JeM planned Lethpora and Pulwama attack, probe suggests

New Delhi, Apr 09: The interrogation of Nisar Ahmed Tantray, a Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist deported from the UAE suggests that the Lethpora CRPF camp attack case and the Pulwama strike are inter-linked. In the early part of April, Tantray a top JeM terrorist wanted in the Lethpora case was deported from the UAE to India. Post the attack in 2017, he had fled India for the UAE.

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In major diplomatic win for India, deadly JeM terrorist deported from UAE

New Delhi, Apr 03: In a major diplomatic win for India, a top Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorist and one of the key conspirators of the Pulwama attack has been deported from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). An officer of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) informed OneIndia that the UAE has deported Nisar Ahmed Tantray, an accused in the Pulwama Lethpora CRPF camp attack.

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US, Saudi and a tough Indian stand: What led to the release of IAF Pilot

New Delhi, Mar 01: Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan announced on Thursday that IAF Pilot, Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman would be released. He made this statement at a joint session of Parliament just four hours after US President Donald Trump said that there would reasonably decent news on India and Pakistan.

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AgustaWestland: Will Michel be extradited? Here is exactly what the UAE court said

New Delhi, Sep 20: There was plenty of confusion regarding a UAE court order concerning the deportation of James Christian Michel, an accused in the AgustaWestland case.

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AgustaWestland: To be extradited, Michel was media fix it guy in India

christain MichelNew Delhi, Sep 19: India scored a major victory after a court in the United Arab Emirates ordered the extradition of alleged middleman in the Rs 3,600 crore AgustaWestland chopper deal.

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Diplomatic win as UAE deports another ISIS sympathiser to India

New Delhi, Aug 20: The United Arab Emirates has deported Irfan Ahmed, a resident of Kashmir on the charge that he was a sympathiser of the Islamic State. This is the second person from Kashmir that the UAE has deported on India’s request on the same charge.

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In securing Dawood aide’s custody from UAE, India misses out to Pakistan

farooqdevdiwalaNew 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.

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Kashmir terror funding: UAE businessman under NIA scanner

A UAE based businessman is under the scanner of the National Investigation Agency in the terror funding case. In its chargesheet running into over 12,000 pages, the NIA probing the Kashmir terror funding case says that the businessman was in touch with Zahoor Watali to raise funds.

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Terror on Indian tracks: Hatched in Pakistan, executed from UAE, Nepal

Train derails in APThe terror on tracks conspiracy which is being probed by the National Investigation Agency has exposed the role of operatives in India, Pakistan, UAE and Nepal. Set to file its first chargesheet in the case, the NIA says that the conspiracy was hatched in Pakistan.

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