Charities of terror: Decoding Bengaluru’s Al-Hind trust that backs ISIS

isis-888Raids conducted by police have uncovered a Bengaluru based trust and has also brought to light the method by ISIS of using charities as a front to fund terror related activities.

Running a charity to cover up acts of terror has been rampant for some time now. During the nation-wide raids conducted in connection with an Islamic State case, one such charity cropped up.

The police found that this charity being run in Bengaluru was in reality a front to carry out terror related activities.

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Watch out! ISIS could be infiltrating CAA protests to carry out recruitment drives

shaheen-baghCries of Muslims being marginalised among other tactics are being used by the ISIS to show their support to the people. What it is doing, however, is trying to propagate unconventional Jihad, and carry out a recruitment drive for the same

Amidst all the protests that have been taking place around the newly amended citizenship law, one of the key concerns raised by our intelligence agencies is the recruitment of Muslim youth into terror outfits such as the ISIS.

The ISIS which has been pushing for pan India outfit would use its radical recruiters to enter these protests and undertake a recruitment drive. The other big danger is with regard to unconventional Jihad that the ISIS has been propagating for some time. An unconventional act of Jihad is basically undertaking an act of terror, with the conventional use of an IED.

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Davinder Singh’s multiple Bangladesh visits come under NIA scanner

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Davinder Singh

New Delhi, Jan 20: The National Investigation Agency will probe Jammu and Kashmir DSP Davinder Singh’s links to the ISI.

Under the scanner are his two visits to Bangladesh in 2019. His daughters are studying in Bangladesh, but the NIA would look into further details of his visit to the country.

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Inward movement from Bangladesh witnessed marginal decline in 2018: NCRB

rohingya122New Delhi, Jan 20: The latest data provided by the National Crime Records Bureau states that there had been a major jump in the number of people trying to cross over from India to Bangladesh.

The NCRB data says that in 2018, there were 2,971 persons arrested by the BSF as opposed to 1,800 in 2017. Most of them were women and children the data also states.

Legally speaking: Bengal and Kerala sound like fools by blocking new citizenship law

CAB-1aNew Delhi, Jan 19: Several Congress leaders have come out and said that states cannot refuse to enact the new citizenship law relating to the persecuted minorities from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

States such West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala are some of the states that have said that the law will not be implemented.

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Let him go, don’t probe him: A mysterious undertaking signed by Davinder Singh

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Davinder Singh

New Delhi, Jan 19: More details are tumbling out as the investigation against Davinder Singh, DSP from Jammu and Kashmir progresses.

Sources tell OneIndia that one of the terrorists who was arrested by the Delhi police in 2005 too had spoken about his link with Singh.

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Davinder Singh to be questioned in Delhi: NIA sources

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Davinder Singh

New Delhi, Jan 18: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) will question DSP Davinder Singh at New Delhi. He will be taken to Delhi for questioning, NIA sources say.

The NIA had taken over the case against Singh and three Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists.

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#HumWapasAayenge: Kashmir Pandits observe 30 years of mass exodus from Valley

kashmir-panditsNew Delhi, Jan 18: The Kashmiri Pandits took to the social media to mark the 30th anniversary of the mass exodus from the Valley. They posted videos of themselves by reciting the Hum Aayenge Apne Watan dialogue from an upcoming movie, Shikara.

As Kashmiri Pandits complete 30 years in exile this weekend, let our cry for justice be finally noticed. We have shown unimaginable resilience, and today we resolve to return home. Kashmiri Pandit friends: please record this video statement and put it up with #HumWapasAayenge,” theatre personality Chandan Sadhu tweeted.

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NIA takes over case against Davinder Singh, three Hizbul terrorists

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Davinder Singh

New Delhi, Jan 18: The National Investigation Agency has taken over the case against DSP Davinder Singh and three Hizbul Mujahideen operatives.

The NIA re-registered the case originally filed by the Jammu and Kashmir police based on the instructions of the Ministry of Home Affairs.

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He is much higher than that: SC on petition seeking Bharat Ratna for Mahatma Gandhi

mahatma-gandhiNew Delhi, Jan 18: Junking a petition seeking Bharat Ratna for Mahatma Gandhi, the Supreme Court said that the father of the nation is beyond that.

The court observed that Gandhi was much above the highest civilian award of the country. The Bench headed by Chief Justice of India, S A Bobde asked, what is Bharat Ratna for Mahatma Gandhi.

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