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Four associates of Lashkar-e-Taiba militants arrested in Jammu and Kashmir
"Police in Budgam along with security forces have arrested four terrorist associates including top terror associate of proscribed terror outfit LeT and recovered arms and ammunition from their possession," a police spokesperson said.
J&K: ‘6 associated with LeT arrested,’ informs IGP Jammu
Jammu, Aug 08 (ANI): Jammu, Inspector General of Police, Mukesh Singh on August 08 i...
US court rejects bail plea of 26/11 accused Tahawwur Rana being sought by India
Rana, 59, a childhood friend of David Coleman Headley, was re...
No resident of Srinagar in terrorist ranks after killing of top LeT commander: Kashmir IGP
"After #killing of #LeT #terrorist Ishfaq Rashid Khan yesterday, no resident of #Srinagar district in terrorist ranks now,” he said on the Twitter handle of Kashmir zone police.
I-T dept to share PAN, bank account data with 10 probe, intel agencies under NATGRID
The "furnishing and receiving of information to and from" these central agencies will be done through the NATGRID, a robust mechanism envisaged to track suspects and prevent terrorist attacks with real-time data and access to classified information like immigration, banking, individual taxpayers, air and train travels.
5 militant associates linked to LeT held in Budgam
Incriminating documents, arms and ammunition have been seized from them. A case has been registered and an investigation is on, the official added.
Pakistan trying to push militants into J-K under cover of ceasefire violations: Police chief
"Efforts are also being made in Kupwara and Baramulla to push more terrorists into this side under the garb of ceasefire violations. The Army is foiling these efforts there," Singh told reporters on the sidelines of the wreath-laying ceremony of a CRPF jawan here.
25 terrorists may target Delhi as part of a ‘big plan', say intel inputs
Sources say that a few of the highly trained operatives have been tasked to target three senior politicians and places of religious significance in Delhi while the rest will attempt to carry out terror strike actions in Jammu&Kashmir.
2 LeT terrorists killed BJP leader, family members
The killings triggered a wave of panic among the workers of the BJP and other parties including panchayat members, many of whom complained of inadequate security arrangements.
Pakistan must introspect why it's universally acknowledged as 'epicentre' of terrorism: India
Mahaveer Singhvi, head of the Indian delegation, made the comments at a webinar ‘The Global Scourge of Terrorism: Assessment of High-Risk Threats and Trends, including the rise of Violent Extremism and Hate Speech in a Pandemic Environment' on Tuesday during the ongoing virtual Counter-Terrorism Week.
US report on Pakistan terror safe haven: UN chief expects all members to abide by UNSC resolutions
The US State Department, in its Congressional-mandated 2019 Country Reports on Terrorism on Wednesday, said Pakistan remained a "safe harbor" for regionally-focused terrorist groups and that the suspension of US aid to the country remained in effect throughout 2019.
Bomb threat calls to Taj Hotels in Mumbai
IHCL hotels Taj Mahal Palace and Taj Lands End in Mumbai received threatening calls from Pakistan on the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday. The caller, who threatened to blow up the two hotels, identified himself as a member of terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).
The other menace: How the covid lockdown aided counter-insurgency operations
The trend was visible in all three conflict zones in India — Kashmir Valley, the Northeast, and in Bastar.
New recruits in terror outfits are coming down drastically: Dilbag Singh, DGP, Jammu and Kashmir
"The big difference on the ground is that the number of new recruits for terror outfits is drastically reducing. Also, the shelf life of a terrorist now is very low", said Dilbag Singh, DGP, Jammu and Kashmir.
Mumbai attack convict Headley cannot be extradited to India; Rana faces extradition: US attorney
According to the federal prosecutors, between 2006 and November 2008, Rana conspired with Headley, also known as "Daood Gilani”, and others in Pakistan to assist Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Harakat ul-Jihad-e-Islami, both US-designated terrorist organisations, to plan and carry out the Mumbai terrorist attacks.