When Azhar travelled to London in search of funds

New Delhi, Mar 18: Terror mastermind Masood Azhar had undertaken a month-long sojourn to England to collect funds for militants operating in Jammu and Kashmir and received Rs 15 lakh (Pakistani currency), though he got a “very poor” response while travelling to Sharjah and Saudi Arabia before arriving in India in 1994.

Azhar, the founder of Jaish-e-Mohammad, responsible for a series of terror strikes in India including the attack on Parliament in 2001 and a CRPF convoy in Pulwama last month, had procured a Pakistani passport in his real name and original address in 1986 and had extensively toured African and Gulf countries where he realised that the Arab nations were not sympathetic to the “Kashmir cause”.

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Cosmetic action on terrorists will not cut any ice, India to Pak

New Delhi, Mar 17: If Pakistan was sincere in tackling terror, then it should at least hand over to India Dawood Ibrahim, Sayeed Salahudin and other terrorists who are Indian citizens and residing in that country, government sources have said.

They said Pakistan has failed to take any credible action against Jaish-e-Mohammed and other terror groups even after the dastardly Pulwama attack.

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Hitting separatists further, IT department unearths assets worth crores in J&K

New Delhi, Mar 16: Furthering the probe into terror financing in Jammu and Kashmir, the Income Tax department has unearthed property papers, jewellery and undisclosed cash to the tune of crores of rupees.

The department searched at least five locations in Kashmir. “These actions are part of the department’s continued drive against use of black money by disruptive elements in the state. The operations also send a message of deterrence and obviation to those intending to vitiate the democratic process of free and fair elections,” the IT department said.

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The Indo-Myanmar mega operation to protect Kaladan project: How it unfolded

Kaladan project

New Delhi, Mar 16: To avert a possible threat to the Kaladan multi modal transit transport project, the armies of India and Myanmar conducted a coordination operation against insurgents between February 17 and March 2, sources said.

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Killing of IAF personnel: CBI set to re-start case against Yasin Malik in Jammu

New Delhi, Mar 14: The Central Bureau of Investigation is all set to re-start its probe into two 30 year old terror cases against Kashmir separatist, Yasin Malik.

The cases relate to the kidnapping of Rubaiya Saeed, daughter of late Jammu and Kashmir chief minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and the killing of four IAF personnel in Kashmir.

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Jaish-e-Mohammad plotted Pulwama attack from Rawalpindi

New Delhi, Mar 15: In the evidence provided to Pakistan on the Pulwama attack, India has cited a mobile number that was used to claim responsibility for the attack.

India has prepared a detailed dossier laden with evidence to show that it was the Pakistan sponsored Jaish-e-Mohammad which carried out the attack. Moments after the Pulwama attack, the JeM claimed responsibility for the same through a WhatsApp number 7006250771.

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Fire does not stop at Pulwama, it will reach, Delhi, Lucknow says Masood Azhar in audio clip

New Delhi, Mar 14: India has said that the Pulwama attack was planned by Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar and his brother Rauf Asghar.

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Spy who passed information to ISI after Pulwama attack arrested

Jaipur, Mar 14: A 36 year old man accused of spying for Pakistan has been held by the Rajasthan police.

The man has been identified as Nawab Khan a resident of Gaanga village. The was arrested from Jaisalmer under the provisions of the Official Secrets Act.

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NIA decodes Ghazwatul Hind, a call to conquer India

New Delhi, Mar 14: What is Ghazwatul Hind? The National Investigation Agency, while interpreting the term said that Ghazwatul Hind is an appeal to conquer India. Those attaining martyrdom in the process will reach heaven, the NIA also said.

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In the Chinese block on Masood Azhar, there is more than what meets the eye

New Delhi, Mar 14: For the fourth time, China has stood in the way of Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Masood Azhar being declared a global terrorist by the UN Security council.

Azhar is accused of several deadly terror attacks that include the ones at Parliament, Pathankot, Uri, Nagrota and Pulwama.

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