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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby habal » 05 Jun 2013 14:50

you now know understand how this country was colonized for 100+ years and the odds Gandhi had to fight against. Basically you can't trust anyone. It is in this context I had made a post on movie thread. It was more out of desperation of seeing the same compromised johnnies. If you have moral fibre, you will fail in Indian politics, and also in Indian Govt service.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SSridhar » 05 Jun 2013 14:52

habal wrote:this is the time all Keralites should stand united behind him. To me now, he seems the most innocent of the lot.

habal, I do not think it should be made a Keralite Vs. the rest of India issue just as N.Srinivasan or Gurunath Meiyappan cannot be a TN vs West or North issue. Sreesanth, Ankit, Chandila, Gurunath Meiyappan have committed serious crimes, prima facie and they must be convicted appropriately if found guilty. IMO, Sreesanth never exhibited much maturity whether on or off the field.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby habal » 05 Jun 2013 14:59

SSji, some people who have taken cheapshots at Mr. Sreesanth in the past now feel vindicted. I feel this is not the opportunity to do so. There is a lot more murky that goes under the water. As Sreesanth asked in court, "Am I the only one to be arrested on fixing charges" ? Surely he is not the only one. But it is being made out in media as if he is the only one.

Even to speak the truth, he has to come outside and face the press. Being part of the Indian XI in past, I have a feeling that same fate begets him as Rajan Pillai (of britannia-nabisco fame) had met. There has to be a feeling that he should not speak to media. He tweeted in past about some thing being concealed. It is perhaps linked to his present status. There is genuine concern for his safety now.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Pratyush » 05 Jun 2013 16:53

Could it be because of the slap gate, with Sre claiming that it was scripted?

Or I am clutching at the straws.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 05 Jun 2013 17:09

Pratyush wrote:Could it be because of the slap gate, with Sre claiming that it was scripted?

Sorry for going OT. And I guess "Internal Security" is a much more bigger than the arrest of a cricketer, movie bafoons etc. The whole thing seems to be a usual ploy to move people's focus away from the main problems, make them stick onto watching TV even more further as if the nation survives by cricket. Now that a new pandora's box is opened it has to be closed with some message that "justice has been served" (by putting Sree inside the jail). The usual culprits in any scam in India; businessmen, politicians, bookies and career criminals, plus cricketers who have political clout would all go free. Sree does not fit in any of these buckets so he is the man to go down.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby habal » 05 Jun 2013 19:07

Pratyush wrote:Could it be because of the slap gate, with Sre claiming that it was scripted?

Or I am clutching at the straws.


the whole thing is anyways sitting at the edge of some major revelation at all times. Board for Corruption of Cricket has to ensure that all parties are pacified. He (i.e. Mr Sree) was not sounding very. So they had to take steps to bring him in line.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Atri » 06 Jun 2013 19:11

Image

Could a mallu birader translate this, bliss?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Virendra » 06 Jun 2013 19:56

J&K encounter: Two JeM ghazis dispatched to their 72 hoories.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_19686 » 06 Jun 2013 21:23

Atri wrote:Image

Could a mallu birader translate this, bliss?

Found this on Facebook:
Aravind V Nair For those who don't know to read Malayalam- i'm translating what is written in that board/flex- Indian union Muslim league congratulating pakistan muslim league and its leader nawas sherif after their victory in pakistan. Its also stating green flag, will fly high all along the earth. Two leaders in the left side are muslim league leaders from kerala

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid= ... 1&theater#

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 06 Jun 2013 21:38

Is the IPL betting business a way to fund terrorism in India and turn black money to white for team owners?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby krisna » 06 Jun 2013 23:55

posting this full as the page is missing on the blog website.
dont know why
Chronology (timeline) of major Terrorist attacks in Bharat (Hindustan/India) or on Bharatiya (Hindustani/Indian) Citizens
Chronology (timeline) of major Terrorist attacks in Bharat (Hindustan/India) or on Bharatiya (Hindustani/Indian) Citizens

September 7, 2011 1017 hrs - Terrorist attack (bomb blast) outside Gate No. 5, Delhi High Court, Indraprasth (misnomer: New Delhi/Nayi Dilli) - Harkat-ul-Jehadi (HuJI) & Indian Mujahideen

At least nine people have been killed in an explosion outside the Delhi High Court on Wednesday morning. The explosion took place outside Gate No. 5 of the Delhi High Court at 10:17 AM injuring 45 others. Union Home Secretary RK Singh confirmed that nine people have died in the explosion. UK Bansal, Secretary (Internal Security) in the Ministry of Home Affairs, said that the explosive device was kept in a briefcase. He said that the blast was well planned and of high intensity. The injured have been rushed to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital with some of them reportedly in a critical condition. National Security Guard (NSG) and National Investigation Agency (NIA) teams have also reached the blast site. NSG Director General Rajen Medhekar said that ammonium nitrate has been used in the blast. "Whatever we could gather from the blast investigations is that it is an IED (improvised explosive device) with ammonium nitrate. We are working with the Delhi Police to get details," said Medhekar. The Delhi Police said that Gate No. 5 is one of the busiest areas of the Delhi High Court and have cordoned off the area. Gate no. 5 of the Delhi High Court is where the passes are made for the litigants and the explosion happened outside the reception. Police officials said that about 100 to 200 people were waiting in queue to get passes for entry into the court complex. Forensic experts have reached the site and are examining forensic evidence to find out the nature of the blast. Fire tenders and ambulances have also reached the blast site. Court business is usually heavy on Wednesday which is listed as a Public Interest Litigation(PIL) day when the visitors come to the court in large numbers. It is in the second time in four months that a blast occurred outside the Delhi High Court complex. An explosion on May 25 triggered panic prompting the authorities to sound a high alert in the capital and tighten security at public places. But no one was injured in the may 25 blast. In that blast too ammonium nitrate was used and the explosive device was wrapped in a polythene bag and kept close to the car parked near Gate No. 7. The blast took place at 1:30 PM. Along with ammonium nitrate, a battery-like object, wires and some nails were found at the site by forensic experts. This is the the worst terror attack in the capital since the triple blasts on September 13, 2008 in which 25 people were killed. On September 13, 2008 serials blasts had rocked Karol Bagh, Connaught Place and Greater Kailash in the capital in which over 150 people were injured.

Blast outside Delhi High Court, several injured
9 dead in blast outside Delhi High Court
Analysis of Delhi blast emails


July 13, 2011 1854 hrs - Terrorist attack (multiple bomb blasts) at Zaveri Bazaar, famous Mumbadevi temple, Opera House and Dadar, Mumbai, Maharashtra

The blasts took place within minutes of each other with the first being reported at 6:54 PM in south Mumbai's Zaveri Bazaar, near the famous Mumbadevi temple, 6:55 PM at Opera House and 7:05 PM at Dadar.

10-15 killed as terror strikes Mumbai again
Chronology of Mumbai blasts
55-56 injured in blasts: Maharashtra Chief Minister
4 bomb blasts in Mumbai; 17 dead, 100 injured


May 26, 2011 - Islamic Terrorist attack in Indraprasth (misnomer: New Delhi/Nayi Dilli)

A low intensity blast was reported from the parking lot outside gate number 7 of the Delhi High Court - one of the most well secured areas in the capital. The explosion was caused by a crude explosive packed in a polythene placed right next to a Ford car which belongs to a lawyer.

Timeline: Major attacks in India


December 7, 2010 - Islamic Terrorist attack in Kashi/Varanasi/Banaras/Benaras/Varanasya, Uttar Pradesh

A two-year-old Hindu girl was killed and several wounded in a blast outside a temple in Varanasi in northern India.

Timeline: Major attacks in India


September 19, 2010 - Shootout in Indraprasth (misnomer: New Delhi/Nayi Dilli)

Gunmen on motorbikes shot at a tourist bus near a mosque in New Delhi, wounding two Taiwanese visitors, weeks before the city hosted the 54-nation Commonwealth Games. Officials put it down to local gangs and ruled out the involvement of militants.

Timeline: Major attacks in India


April 17, 2010 - Islamic Terrorist attack in Bengaluru/Bangalore, Karnatak

At least one person was killed and 15 people were wounded after two bombs exploded outside a packed cricket stadium in the software hub of Bangalore. Police suspect the LeT and other militant groups were involved.

Timeline: Major attacks in India


February 15, 2010 2030 hrs - Mao-Communist Terrorist attack (gun attack) by at Silda in West Midnapore, West Bengal

20 Army troops of Eastern Frontiers Rifles murdered by 100 Mao-Communist terrorists. "At least 20 jawans of Eastern Frontiers Rifles (EFR) have been killed in the attack at the Silda camp and the condition of two is stated to be very critical," district magistrate N S Nigam told PTI from Midnapore. The Maoists launched another attack on a CRPF camp at Dharampur in the district tonight. A group of 40 armed Maoists attacked the camp around 8.30 pm in Lalgarh engaging the jawans in an exchange of fire. Nigam said at least 100 Maoists armed with sophisticated weapons came on motorcycles and four-wheelers, exploded landmines near the Silda camp before barging inside with a volley of fire around 5.30 pm. There were 51 EFR jawans and officers in the camp when the attack took place, sources said. The attack took most of the jawans by surprise as they were either "whiling away their time in the camp or busy in the kitchen cooking", a senior police officer said. Meanwhile, Maoist leader Kishenji claimed responsibility for the attack. "We have attacked the camp and this is our answer to Chidambaram's 'Operation Green Hunt' and unless the Centre stops this inhuman military operation we are going to answer this way only," Kishenji told PTI from an undisclosed location.


20 Army troops murdered in Mao-Communist terrorist attack


February 13, 2010 1915 hrs - Islamic Terrorist attack (bomb blast) by Muslim Terrorists in Poona, Maharashtr

9 killed, 45 injured. The blast — believed to have been triggered by an IED kept in an abandoned bag — took place at German Bakery at 6.56 pm. Significantly enough, the German Bakery is located in the vicinity of Osho Ashram and the Jewish Centre “Chabad House”.


Terror targets Pune

8 killed, foreigners among 40 injured in Pune bakery blast

Headley had visited this spot: Pillai


June 10, 2009 0830 hrs - Terrorist attack (landmine blast) by Maoists on joint team of CRPF and local police Police personnel in Serengda-Aruanga village in West Singhbhum district about 160km (100 miles) from the state capital, Ranchi.

Eleven security personnel were killed and six others injured in a landmine blast triggered by Maoists in a Naxal-affected district in Jharkhand on Wednesday, police said.

The incident took place in Serengda-Aruanga village in West Singhbhum district when a joint team of CRPF and local police was returning in a mini truck after a two-day patrolling in extremist-infested Saranda forest, Director General of Police (DGP) V.D. Ram said.

The rebels are fighting for communist rule in a number of Indian states. More than 6,000 people have died during their 20-year fight.

The rebels say that they are inspired by Chinese revolutionary leader Mao Zedong, and are fighting for better land rights and more jobs for agricultural labourers and the poor.


11 policemen killed, 6 injured in Maoist-triggered blast

Maoist terrorist attack kills Indian policemen

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May 22, 2009 1320 hrs - Terrorist attack by DHD(J) on Police personnel on Security Train, North Cachar Hills district, nearly 350 km from Gauhati (misnomer: Guwahati), Assam

Three Assam police personnel sustained injury when DHD(J) rebels again attacked a special security train with bullets in North Cachar hills on Friday.

According to information, the incident took place at a round 1 in the afternoon in between Lumding and Langting when the Dimasa rebels sprayed bullets on the train leaving the police personnel injured. Barring security trains, other services have been remaining closed due to continued attack on trains by the DHD(J) rebels.


Attack on train in NC hills; 3 injured

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May 19, 2009 0330 hrs - Terrorist attack on Civilian Train, Karbi Anglong hills district and North Cachar Hills district, nearly 350 km from Gauhati (misnomer: Guwahati), Assam

Ten people, including six militants were killed and at least seven persons including two security personnel were injured in separate incidents of encounter and militants’ attacks on civilians and goods trains in the central Assam’s Karbi Anglong hills district and North Cachar Hills district on Tuesday.

Suspected militants also set ablaze 10 houses in a Zeme Naga village in North Cachar Hills district during the day.

In another incident, six militants of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) were killed in an encounter with troops of the Armys Red Horns Division near Donghap village under Doboka Reserve in Karbi Anglong.

The slain militants are suspected to belong to anti-talk faction of the NDFB, a Defence spokesman said.

Five railway employees and two BSF jawans were injured in an attack on a goods train in N.C. Hills by suspected militants of Dima Halam Daogah (DHD-Jewel Gorlossa faction) between Migrendisa and Lower Haflong railway station.


10 killed in terrorist attacks, encounter

Violence rocks hill districts

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May 11, 2009 1400 hrs - Dimasa tribals attack (indiscriminatory firing, arson) on Zemi Naga, Guilung Village, North Cachar Hills, Haflong, nearly 350 km from Gauhati (misnomer: Guwahati), Assam

Three persons were killed and at least 70 houses were set ablaze in two Zeme Naga villages in the North Cachar Hills district of Assam on Monday following an attack by militants.

Monday’s incident comes after a series of attacks by militants on three Dimasa villages in which 101 houses were set ablaze and seven persons were killed. The authorities suspected that the violence was in retaliation to the attacks on the Dimasa villages.

In another incident, miscreants removed fish plates on the rail track passing through a tunnel between Langting and Mupa stations of the hill district, forcing the cancellation of a goods train carrying food grains from Lumding to Badarpur.


3 killed in terrorist attack in Assam

Zemi Naga village set on fire in NC hills

Carnage at Guiling in NC hills; 3 killed, 90 houses gutted in fire

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May 9, 2009 1300 hrs- Christian Zemi Naga Citizen's Rights Protection Voluneteers Terrorist attack (indiscriminatory firing, arson) on Dimasa Tribals, Phaiding Village, North Cachar Hills, Haflong, nearly 350 km from Gauhati (misnomer: Guwahati), Assam

Three Dimasa villages in which 101 houses were set ablaze and seven persons were killed. Three persons were killed and several wounded in an attack by suspected Naga gunmen at the Fiding Dimasagaon, nearly 350 km from Guwahati, in Assam's North Cachar Hills district on Saturday morning.

Police said a group of about 20 to 25 gunmen raided the Dimasa-dominated village near Fiding railway station around 6 in the morning and started firing indiscriminately. They also set afire 43 houses in the village dominated by the anti-talks faction of the Dima Halam Daogah (DHD).

Thanagjam Dibhrakete (40) and Ripunjay Dibhrakete (20) died on the spot, while Hatulal Dibhrakete (40) succumbed to his injuries at at Mahur Civil Hospital. All the injured were rushed to hospital, police said.

Citizen's Rights Protection Voluneteers, a group which not many have heard of, owned up to the attack on the Dimasa village and warned of more such attacks on Dimasas in future.


Naga gunmen attack Dimasa village, kill three

3 killed in terrorist attack in Assam

Three killed in Assam's North Cachar Hills district

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April 12, 2009 2115 hrs - KLNLF Terrorist attack (multiple powerful bomb blasts) on Kolkata-Dibrugarh Kamrup Express train, near Nilalong, close to Diphu, the headquarters of Karbi Anglong district, about 320 km east of Assam's main city of Gauhati (misnomer: Guwahati)

Terrorist attack in Nilalong, Assam on 4/12/2009


April 6, 2009 1340 hrs - ULFA Terrorist attack (multiple powerful bomb blasts) at a busy bus stop in Maligaon, Gauhati, Assam near Maligaon police station and the headquarters of the Northeast Frontier Railway

Terrorist attack in Guwahati, Assam on 4/6/2009


March 31, 2009 1800 hrs - ULFA Terrorist attack (bomb blast) near Shankar hotel in Jyotikuchi Road, Lalganesh area, Gauhati, Assam

Terrorist attack in Guwahati, Assam on 3/31/2009


March 25, 2009 1850 hrs - ULFA Terrorist attack (hand grenade bomb blasts) at Lakhsmi Mandir area, Sonitpur district, Tezpur town, Assam

Terrorist attack in Tezpur, Assam on 3/25/2009


February 1, 2009 1115 hrs - Naxal Maoist Terrorist attack (gun firing) in Marke Gaon, Dhanora tehsil, Gadchiroli district, Maharashtra

Naxal Maoist Terrorist attack in Gadchiroli on 2/1/2009


January 10, 2009 1830 hrs - Maligaon Shuttle Gate locality, Gauhati, Assam - Terrorist attack (powerful Bomb blast)

Terrorist attack in Maligaon Shuttle Gate locality, Gauhati, Assam on 1/10/2009


January 1, 2009 1435 hrs - Birubari, Bhootnath and Bhangagarh areas, Gauhati, Assam - Terrorist attack (multiple powerful 3 Bomb blasts)

Terrorist attack in Birubari, Bhootnath and Bhangagarh areas, Gauhati, Assam on 1/1/2009


December 1, 2008 0800 hrs - Diphu, Karbi Anglong district, Assam - Terrorist attack (powerful Bomb blast) in Lumding-Tinsukia Passenger Train

Terrorist attack in Diphu, Karbi Anglong, Assam on 12/1/2008


November 26, 2008 2200 hrs - Mumbai, Maharashtra - Terrorist attack (coordinated attack by at least 20 terrorists at 11 places. AK-47 firing, grenade attack and hostage crisis)

Terrorist attack in Mumbai on 11/26/2008



October 30, 2008 1130 hrs - Gauhati, Assam - Terrorist attack (multiple powerful 13 Bomb blasts) - 68 dead & 335 wounded

Terrorist attack in Gauhati (Guwahati) on 10/30/2008



October 21, 2008 1930 hrs - Imphal, Manipur - Terrorist attack (powerful Bomb blast) using an improvised explosive device (IED) at Ragailong Gate on the northern side of the historic Kangla Fort in which at least 17 people were killed and over 30 injured

17 killed in Imphal blast, PREPAK role suspected by Times of India on October 22, 2008



September 29, 2008 - Malegoan - Bomb blast

अब तक कब-कब कहां-कहां हुए आतंकी हमले



September 29, 2008 - Modasa, Gujarat - Bomb blast - One child died

अब तक कब-कब कहां-कहां हुए आतंकी हमले



September 27, 2008 1405 hrs - Indraprasth (misnomer: New Delhi/Nayi Dilli) - Terrorist attack (powerful Bomb blast) just two weeks after the previous terrorist attack in Indraprasth and a few days before Hindu's holy Nine days festival of Navratre

Bomb blast in Indraprasth on 9/27/2008



September 18, 2008 1115 hrs - Bijni, Chiranga District, Gauhati, Assam - आतंकवादी हमला (बम फोड़ा गया) यूनाइटेड लिबरेशन फ़्रंट ऑफ़ असम (उल्फ़ा) द्वारा / Terrorist attack (Bomb blast) by ULFA terrorists

गुवाहाटी में साइकिल बम धमाका, २० घायल - दैनिक भास्कर द्वारा सितम्बर १८, २००८ को

असम धमाके में २२ लोग घायल - बीबीसी हिन्दी द्वारा सितम्बर १८, २००८ को

असम में विस्फोट, १५ घायल - हिन्दुस्तान दैनिक द्वारा सितम्बर १८, २००८ को

19 injured in cycle bomb blast by PTI on September 18, 2008

19 injured in cycle bomb blast in Assam by Times of India on September 18, 2008



September 13, 2008 1810 hrs - Indraprasth (misnomer: New Delhi/Nayi Dilli) - Terrorist attack (multiple powerful Bomb blasts) just a day before the last day of Shri Ganesh Mahotsav

Bomb blasts in Indraprasth on 9/13/2008

Complete text of Indian Mujahideen's email before Delhi terrorist attack



July 26, 2008 Karnavati (misnomer: Ahmedabad), Gujarat - Terrorist Attack (multiple Bomb Blasts)

Complete text of Indian Mujahideen's email before Gujarat terrorist attack

Chargesheet against Indian Mujahideen terrorists today by Times of India on February 16, 2009

Mumbai Police will on Tuesday file chargesheet against 21 alleged members of terror outfit Indian Mujahideen (IM) for hatching here the conspiracy to set off blasts in various cities including Delhi, Bangalore and Surat.

The terror group is alleged to have carried out blasts across the country since 2006 including the 2008 serial blasts in Ahmedabad, Delhi, Bangalore and Surat.

Apart from the stringent provisions of MCOCA, the 21 accused will also be charged under Indian Penal Code, Arms Act, Explosives Act, Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and the Information Technology Act.

Riyaz Bhatkal, the mastermind and founder member of IM, and his brother Iqbal Bhatkal are still wanted by Mumbai police.

The 21 arrested accused are Azal Mutalib Usmani, Mohd Sadik Shaikh, Mohd Arif Shaikh, Mohd Zakir Shaikh, Ansar Ahmed Shaikh, Asif Bashir Shaikh, Mohd Mansoor Peerbhoy, Mubin Kadar Shaikh, Mohd Atique Iqbal, Dastagir Phiroz Mujawar, Mohd Akbar Chaudhary, Anique Shafique Sayed, Majid Akthar Shaikh, Yasir Anis Syed, Farooq Sharfuddin Tarkash, Fazal-e-Rehman Durani, Ahmed Bawa Abubakar, Moh Ali Ahmed, Javed Ali and Syed Noushad, Asgar Ali.


‘Brainwashed with Iraq, Babri, Gujarat riots’ by Indian Express on February 11, 2009

Ahmedabad serial blasts: Five more chargesheets filed by PTI, TOI on February 4, 2009

The city police have filed five more chargesheets in connection with last year's serial blasts here, which claimed the lives of 57 people. All the chargesheets have more than 1,000 pages each and blame Indian Mujahideen (IM) and SIMI operatives for the explosions, Crime branch officials said.
"Roles of Gujarat, Mumbai, Delhi and Karnataka IM modules, who worked in tandem to carry out the attack, as well as that of each individual in the modules have been described in detail in the documents," the officials said.
The chargesheets filed in the designated court here related to blasts at Sarkhej, Maninagar (two cases), Kalupur and Vatva areas, the officials said.
"There were 21 blasts in different parts of the city on July 26, 2008. The Crime branch has treated each blast as a separate case and has been filing chargesheets in each case," they said, adding chargesheets in the remaining cases would be filed soon.
The documents have named 54 accused and 47 absconders in the Sarkhej case, including alleged masterminds of the blasts Amir Raza Khan, Riyaz Bhatkal and Iqbal Bhatkal, 44 accused and 48 absconders in the Maninagar case and 43 accused and 45 absconders in the Vatva and Kalupur cases.

Supplementary chargesheet filed in Ahmedabad blasts case by PTI, TOI on January 17, 2009

Police find 17 crude bombs in Ahmedabad by PTI, TOI on September 29, 2008

Ahmedabad blasts: Ken Haywood arrives in India by C Unnikrishnan, TNN, TOI on September 11, 2008

2008 Ahmedabad bombings on Wikipedia



July 25, 2008 - Bengaluru (misnomer: Bangalore), Karnataka - Terrorist attack (multiple Bomb blasts)

One more terrorist held in connection with Bangalore serial blasts by TOI on March 7, 2009

Chargesheet against Indian Mujahideen terrorists today by Times of India on February 16, 2009

9 Muslim Terrorists arrested in 2008 Bangalore blasts case: Police

Bangalore serial blasts case cracked



May 13, 2008 - Jaipur, Rajasthan - Terrorist attack (multiple Bomb Blasts)

Video:

A Regular Occurence Muslims Bomb Hindu Temples In India - 4100 Such Attacks Since 1970


Complete text of Indian Mujahideen's email before Jaipur terrorist attack

Outraged India set to expel migrants

'Indian Mujahideen sends pre-blast video footage'

Unknown Islamic group threatens more blasts in tourist India

Four SIMI terrorists arrested in Rajasthan

Four SIMI activists arrested in Rajasthan by PTI, TOI on September 02, 2008

Four people arrested in Rajasthan by Press Trust Of India, Hindustan Times on September 02, 2008




January 2008 - Rampur - Terrorist attack (firing by terrorists) - 8 Army personnel killed

अब तक कब-कब कहां-कहां हुए आतंकी हमले



November 23, 2007 1310-1325 hrs - Varanasi, Faizabad & Lucknow Courts, Uttar Pradesh - Terrorist attack (multiple Bomb blasts)

Terrorist attack in Courts of Uttar Pradesh on 11/23/2007



August 25, 2007 - Lumbini park, Bhagyamathi (misnomer: Hyderabad), Andhra Pradesh - Terrorist attack (multiple Bomb blasts)



May 18, 2007 - Bhagyamathi (misnomer: Hyderabad), Andhra Pradesh - Bomb blast



February 18, 2007 2353 hrs - Indraprasth-Lahore Samjhauta Express, after Diwana station, Panipat, Haryana - Bomb blast



September 8, 2006 - Malegaon, Nashik, Maharashtra - Bomb blast



August 16, 2006 1700 hrs- ISKCON Mandir/Temple, Imphal, Manipur - Terrorist attack (multiple Bomb blasts) - 10 citizens murdered

Five die in blasts at ISKCON temple during a terrorist attack

At least five persons were killed and 28 others, including a foreigner, injured when a powerful bomb exploded in the complex of International Society For Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) on Wednesday evening when the shrine was teeming with Janmasthami devotees. The toll might go up because some of those who suffered injuries were in critical condition, sources in the Regional Institute of Medical Science and Hospital said. The five victims included a 10-year-old boy and a 70-year-old woman, the sources said. Several important persons, including chief priest of the ISKCON's Damodar Das, were among those who were hit by splinters of the bomb which was reportedly hurled at the Tulihal airport area in Imphal West district of Manipur by some unidentified persons. Reports said that today being the birthday of Lord Krishna, there was a huge gathering of people at the ISKCON complex, about five km south of Imphal, and the bomb exploded among the crowd at around 7 pm. No individual or organisation has claimed responsibility for the explosions, official sources said.



July 11, 2006 - Commuter trains, Mumbai (misnomer: Bombay), Maharashtra - Terrorist attack (multiple Bomb blasts) - 187 citizens murdered

ATS gets custody of Indian Mujahideen founder member Sadikh Shaikh by Times of India on February 21, 2009


April 28, 2006 - Bus terminal, Jalandhar, Punjab - Terrorist attack (Bomb blast) by terrorist organization Khalistan Zindabad Force



March 11, 2006 - Byculla Railway Station, Central Mumbai, Maharashtra - Terrorist attack (Bomb)

Varanasi blasts : New wave of terror

That the Varanasi blasts was not a stray incident, was confirmed by the detection of two kilograms of explosive ammonia nitrate from the Byculla Railway Station in Central Mumbai on Saturday, March 11. Apart from the explosive filled in a plastic water bottle, the police recovered a pocket-size transformer that could have provided the power if a detonator was to be attached to the device. Police Commissioner A.N.Ray said a high alert has been sounded in the city and security tightened at all places of worship, railway stations and vital installations. The seizure came a day before the 13th anniversary of the serial bomb blasts on March 12, 1993 which killed 256 persons and injured 713, besides causing damage to property worth Rs. 27 crore. Early this year, three terrorists from Jammu and Kashmir, allegedly having links with Laskhar-e-Taiba leader Sayyad Salahuddin, were arrested from the busy Nagpada area of central Mumbai, along with highly sophisticated wireless detonators. In neighbouring Goa, the police arrested a militant on charges of plotting an attack. Director General of Police Niraj Kumar said in Panaji on March 11 that the police arrested Tariq Anwar at Margao railway station. He was found to be carrying explosives and fire arms. Tariq is reported to have confessed during interrogation that Pakistan-based Tehrique-ul-Mujahiddin, the terrorist outfit to which he belongs, was targeting busy tourist places in the state. The police recovered two kilograms of RDX, two Russian hand grenades, a detonator, three mobile phones and three cameras from Tariq. The DGP said that Tariq had undergone two and a half years of training in Pakistan and had also traveled to Bangladesh and Nepal. Police teams have fanned out across the state to check his local links and more arrests are likely.



March 7, 2006 1820 hrs - Kashi/Varanasi/Banaras/Varanasya, Uttar Pradesh - Terrorist Attack (multiple Bomb Blasts) - 40 Hindus murdered

Varanasi blasts : New wave of terror

Two bomb blasts ripped thorough the temple town of Varanasi in Eastern Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday, March 7, heralding a new wave of terrorist attacks in the country. There are indications that the Varanasi explosions were mounted by Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba or Jaish-e-Mohammed groups which have been responsible for many such incidents in the past. A little known outfit, Lashkar-e-Kahar, believed to be a front for the Lashkar-e-Taiba or Jaish-e-Mohammed, claimed responsibility for the blasts in which more than 20 people died. The Varanasi Cantt Railway Station and Sankat Mochan Temple were the main targets of the attack. The worst hit was the railway station where 14 persons were killed and 30 injured in a powerful explosion outside the waiting room on Platform No. 1 where a Delhi-bound train was at the time stationary. Just before this, a bomb want off at the Sankat Mochan Temple which was full of devotees. At least six persons were killed and 25 injured in the explosion. The security forces also recovered explosive devices at other places in the city, which did not explode and were defused later. Home Ministry officials said that they believed that the blasts were part of a planned conspiracy. They said the terrorists chose Tuesday for the blasts as there is a heavy rush of devotees at the Sankat Mochan Temple on that day. Within hours of the Varanasi blasts, a special task force team of the Uttar Pradesh police, helped by a team of the Jammu and Kashmir police, gunned down a terrorist in Lucknow on Wednesday morning (March 8). The police later claimed that the killed terrorist may have been involved in the terror attacks in Varanasi. The STF team said that the terrorist, Salar Aka Illullah Aka Doctor Aka Saleem, was an expert in planting explosives and was the area commander of the Lashkar-e-Taiba in Uttar Pradesh. The STF claimed that he was also involved in the attack on Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, in which a scientist was killed. A Pakistan-made “Star” pistol, a telephone diary containing slips issued by PCO booths for overseas calls made by him, detonators, fuse and 2.5 kg. of RDX were recovered from his possession. On Wednesday itself, two terrorists owing allegiance to Lashkar-e-Taiba, were gunned down in an encounter with the Delhi Police in North West Delhi. The police say that the persons gunned down wanted to carry out a terror attack in the national capital. The deceased have been identified as Lashkar’s Bangladesh chief Ghulam Hasan alias Kajol. Forty pockets of plastic (PETN) explosives weighing four kilograms, one AK 56 with two magazines and 51 rounds , four hand grenades, two Luger-make imported pistols with two magazines and fake currency were recovered from the slain militants. “Intercepts of phone conversations between Abu Ali Kama and Tariq Ahmed Dar a few days after the Delhi serial blasts revealed that LeT was planning more attacks in the city and busy markets are their specific targets,” a senior police official said. The terrorists were carrying plastic explosives which, experts say, could cause an explosion stronger than the one seen during the serial blasts.


Varanasi blast accused gets 10 years' jail term by IANS, CNN-IBN on August 26, 2008


October 29, 2005 - Indraprasth (misnomer: New Delhi) - Terrorist attack (multiple powerful Bomb blasts) just before Deepawali (Diwali)



July 28, 2005 1715 hrs - Patna-Indraprasth Shramjivi Express train, Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh - Terrorist attack (Bomb blast)



July 5, 2005 - Shri Ram Janmabhoomi, Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh - Terrorist attack by five Islamist Terrorists

Terrorists attack the fountainhead of Hindu Religion by Pervez Iqbal Siddiqui & V N Arora, TNN, TOI on July 5, 2005



August 15, 2004 - Assam - Terrorist attack (Bomb blasts) killing 16 people, mostly schoolchildren, and wounding dozens



December 2, 2003 - BEST bus, at the Special Electronics Export Promotion Zone (SEEPZ), a major commercial hub in Andheri east, Mumbai (misnomer: Bombay), Maharashtra - Islamic Terrorist attack (Failed)
Judgement day Monday in August 2003 Mumbai twin blasts case by IANS, Daily Pioneer

The fourth case pertains to planting a bomb in a public BEST bus Dec 2, 2003, at the Special Electronics Export Promotion Zone (SEEPZ), a major commercial hub in Andheri east, which failed to explode.



August 25, 2003 - Mumbai (misnomer: Bombay), Maharashtra - Islamic Terrorist attack (Simultaneous multiple Car Bomb blasts)
Judgement day Monday in August 2003 Mumbai twin blasts case by IANS, Daily Pioneer

Six years after the twin blasts at Gateway of India and Zaveri Bazaar, which left 53 people dead, a Mumbai Special Court is expected to deliver its judgement on the "rarest of rare" case here Monday. A terror module of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) outfit was involved in planting the powerful bombs in two cabs and triggering them by timers on Aug 25, 2003. It is the most awaited judgement in a terrorist case after the Special TADA Court completed the March 2, 1993, serial blasts trial in 2007 which led to the conviction of 100 people, including Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, now a Samajwadi Party leader. The terror attacks were carried out to "avenge" the deaths of Muslims during the 2002 Gujarat riots that broke out in the wake of the Godhra train burning of Feb 27 that year. After painstaking investigations, the Mumbai Police nabbed the prime accused - Mohammed Hanif Sayed (35 then), his wife Fahimida (30 then), Ashrat Shafique Ansari (26 then), Zahid Yusuf Patni, Rizwan Laddoowala and A. Shaikh Batterywala. One accused and the blasts mastermind - identified only as Nazir, was subsequently shot dead in a police encounter in Matunga suburb in September 2003, said advocate for the accused S. Kunjuraman. A total of four cases was filed against all the accused in the case in which a total of 101 witnesses were examined in the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) Special Court, according to Kunjuraman. They are: the twin blasts at Gateway of India and Zaveri Bazaar which killed 53 and injured over 100; and a blast outside Ghatkopar railway station July 28, 2003, which left two dead and 31 injured. The fourth case pertains to planting a bomb in a public BEST bus Dec 2, 2003, at the Special Electronics Export Promotion Zone (SEEPZ), a major commercial hub in Andheri east, which failed to explode. "If found guilty by the Special POTA Judge M.R. Puranik, then the accused could attract the maximum death penalty," Kunjuraman said. Zahid Yusuf Patni offered to turn approver in the case in June 2004 and made a confession of his role in the terror attacks. He revealed how he lived and worked in Dubai where he met Hanif, who had gone there to work as an electrician. There they met some other persons who provoked them "to take revenge for the Gujarat riots of 2002". After hatching the blasts conspiracy in Dubai, they prepared themselves for the assignment with all the required resources and finally carried out the terror strikes in Mumbai. Patni also revealed that he had been "elected" as chief of the LeT module in Mumbai called 'Gujarat Defence-Revenge Force' and he directed all the blasts in the city. Meanwhile, midway during the trial, a POTA Review Committee recommended that Laddoowala and Batterywala be discharged from the case for lack of evidence, but the POTA Special Court rejected it. The matter was challenged before the Supreme Court which finally ordered their discharge in November 2008, proving a setback to the prosecution case, spearheaded by Special Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam. Incidentally, Nikam conducted the March 12, 1993, Mumbai serial blasts case and is also handling the Nov 26, 2008, Mumbai terror attacks case. The duo was accused of connecting the timer with the detonator and preparing the other electrical circuits used in the bombs. During the six-year long trial, 101 witnesses, including a taxi-driver who identified the accused planting the bomb in one of the taxis, were examined. Three Special POTA Judges conducted the trial - A.P. Bhangale, S.S. Joshi and currently, Special Judge Puranik.

Video: 03 Mumbai blasts verdict, guilty face death


July 23, 2003 - Ghatkopar railway station, Mumbai (misnomer: Bombay), Maharashtra - Islamic Terrorist attack
Judgement day Monday in August 2003 Mumbai twin blasts case by IANS, Daily Pioneer

a blast outside Ghatkopar railway station July 28, 2003, which left two dead and 31 injured.



May 14, 2003 - Army camp, Jammu - Terrorist attack



March 13, 2003 - Commuter train, Mumbai (misnomer: Bombay), Maharashtra - Terrorist attack (multiple Bomb blasts)



December 21, 2002 - Kurnool express passenger train crash, Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh - Sabotage by Terrorists



September 25, 2002 1630 hrs - Akshardham Mandir, Gujarat - Terrorist attack - 600 hostages, 34 citizens murdered

600 devotees were in the temple at the time of attack. Around 50 devotees were trapped inside the building and quick action of the volunteers in the temple denied the attackers access to people inside. The National Security Guard (NSG) commandos commonly called 'black cats' intervened to end the siege in an operation called vajra shakti. All 50 trapped devotees were rescued and released after identity checks. Pramukh Swami Maharaj, the spiritual leader of BAPS, requested mercy for Muslim terrorists.
अक्षरधाम का आरोपी शौकतउल्ला गिरफ्तार

अक्षरधाम हमले का आरोपी गिरफ्तार

शमशाबाद एयरपोर्ट से एंटी टेरेरिस्ट स्क्वॉड (एटीएस) ने एक आतंकी को गिरफ्तार किया। इस आतंकी की अक्षरधाम मंदिर में हुए हमले में तलाश थी। जानकारी के मुताबिक एटीएस ने हैदराबाद के शमशाबाद हवाई अड्डे से शौकतुल्ला नाम के आतंकवादी को गिरफ्तार किया है। शौकतुल्ला की गुजरात के अक्षरधाम मंदिर में हुए हमले में तलाश थी। इस आतंकी को गुजरात पुलिस को सौंप दिया गया है। शौकतुल्ला के साथ मौजूद उसकी पत्नी और बच्चे को हिरासत में ले लिया गया है।


Akshardham attack suspect arrested

Nearly seven years after the terrorist attack on Akshardham in Gandhinagar, a prime suspect of the case has been arrested from Hyderabad. The terrorist attack on Akshardham on September 25, 2002 had left 34 people dead and at least 76 injured. Two terrorists involved in the terror attack were also killed in the night-long operation by the National Security Guard (NSG) commandoes who were flown in from Delhi. Shaukat-Ullah Ghouri, believed to be the financier of the operation, was arrested from the Hyderabad airport on Saturday night soon after his arrival from Saudi Arabia where he had fled after the Akshardham attack in 2002. A team of the Gujarat Police has rushed to Hyderabad for bringing Ghouri back to Ahmedabad where arrest warrants are pending against him and his brother Farhat-Ullah since 2002. Three culprits of the Akshardham attack were sentenced to death by a POTA Court in July 2006 while one was sentenced to life imprisonment. Two others were given prison terms of ten years and five years respectively for their involvement in the terror attack. Shaukat-Ullah and his brother Farhat-Ullah were trained by the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), and were engaged in raising funds for terror attacks. They fled to Saudi Arabia after their names cropped up during the investigations into the Akshardham attack.


Gujarat Police arrests Akshardham attack suspect

Another Akshardham attack accused nabbed from Hyderabad

Gujarat police to bring Shaukatullah from Hyderabad

Key conspirator in Akshardham attack case being brought to city

A Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) operative, Ghauri, who is a close associate of the mastermind behind the attack, Abu Hamza, had attended the pre-Akshardham attack conspiracy meetings at Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, and later at Hyderabad in 2002. Ghauri is also accused of raising funds for the attack, DCB sources said. Ghauri and his brother, Farhatullah, who is also accused of supporting and motivating the terrorists who carried out the attacks, were in Hyderabad at the time of the attack. They later fled to Saudi Arabia after their names figured in the list of suspects. Thirty-four people, including two National Security Guards (NSG) commandos and two state police commandos were killed and more than 80 others injured when two Pakistan-based terrorists stormed the temple in Gandhinagar on September 24, 2003, and opened indiscriminate fire with their automatic weapons and lobbed grenades. A designated POTA court in Gujarat convicted three of the six accused, arrested in the case, to death, in July 2006. Another accused was sentenced to a life term in prison, while two others were awarded punishment of 10 and five years each.


Key Lashkar financier held (Caution: This newspaper is known to spread Anti-Hindu propaganda and mythical lies that a so-called pogrom happened in Gujarat in 2002 and not riots. Its a baseless allegation as it has not been proved in any court or official commission of inquiry.)

Gujarat Akshardham attack accused arrested

Akshardham: Over 20 accused still absconding

Ghori handed over to Gujarat Police

Hyderabad ‘Imam’ held for terror links

A non-bailable warrant was pending against him under POTA in a Gandhinagar Court in Gujarat,’’ the sources said. They said Shaukatullah Ghori, popular in Riyadh as Hafiz Saheb, was working as the Imam of a mosque in Riyadh. ‘‘He is not involved in any case in Hyderabad or any part of the State. His only involvement is in Akshardham Temple attack,’’ the sources said. It is learnt that after going through the records, the Andhra Pradesh police is likely to send him to Gujarat shortly. While two Pakistani terrorists were killed by the National Security Guards (NSG) in operation Vajra Shakti at the Akshardham Temple, three were sentenced to death and 10 to life imprisonment in the case. Twelve more accused are absconding.



September 10, 2002 - Rajdhani Express train derailment, Over the Dhave river bridge, Rafiganj, Bihar - Sabotage by Naxalite Maoists Terrorists



May 13, 2002 0318 hrs - Patna-Indraprasth Shramjivi Express train, Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh - Sabotage by Terrorists suspected to be from Student's Islamic Movement of India (SIMI)

The abstract of Report of Commissioner of Railway Safety on the derailment of 2402 dn Shramjeevi express between stations Kheta Sarai- Mihrawan in Lucknow division of Northern railway.



February 27, 2002 - Sabarmati Express train burned, Godhra, Gujarat - Muslim Terrorists burnt the train following an altercation between local Muslims and the innocent Hindu pilgrims when the train was standing at the platform. The S-6 coach was occupied by Hindu religious pilgrims called Kar Sevaks who were returning from Ayodhya. 58 Hindu pilgrims (15 women, 20 children, and 23 men) who were inside, were burnt alive, and the coach was completely gutted by the fire.

Nanavati-Mehta Commission report is out on Terrorist attack on Train in Godhra

Godhra panel submits first part of report to Modi by The Hindu on September 18, 2008

Teesta Setalvad willfully fabricated and submitted incorrect information to Courts

Teesta Setalvad/CPI(M) bribed riot witnesses before trial, threatened others



December 13, 2001 - Indraprasth (misnomer: New Delhi) parliament complex - Terrorist attack



October 1, 2001 - Jammu and Kashmir assembly complex - Terrorist attack



June 2000 - Train, Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh - Terrorist attack (Bomb blast)



March 13, 2000 - Kailash Hotel, Paharganj, Indraprasth (misnomer: New Delhi) - Terrorist attack (Bomb blast) by terrorist organization Khalistan Zindabad Force



February 10, 2000 - Sealdah Express train, Supwal village, Vijaypur, Jammu - Terrorist attack (Bomb blast) by terrorist organization Khalistan Zindabad Force



November 11, 1999 - Jammu-Indraprasth Pooja Express train - Terrorist attack (Bomb blast) by terrorist organization Khalistan Zindabad Force



February 14, 1998 - Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu - Terrorist attack (multiple Bomb blasts)



December 30, 1996 - Brahmaputra mail train, Assam - Terrorist attack (multiple Bomb blasts)



May 21, 1996 - Bombing in Central Market, Lajpat Nagar, Indraprasth (misnomer: New Delhi/Nayi Dilli) by Islamic Terrorists

Death for three Muslim Terrorists in Lajpat Nagar blast case

Describing the 14-year-old Lajpat Nagar blast case as “rarest of rare”, a city court on Thursday awarded death penalty to three of the six convicts. The explosion had claimed 13 lives in the Capital.
“Aggravating circumstances have outweighed the mitigating circumstances. It is one of the rarest of rare cases, where the extreme penalty of death is required to be given to the convicts. I direct that these three convicts be hanged by neck till death,” said District and Sessions Judge SP Garg. Mohammed Naushad, Mirza Nissar Hussain and Mohammed Ali Bhatt were awarded the death penalty, which is subject to confirmation from the High Court.
The court awarded different jail terms to the other three convicts, including life imprisonment to one, for their roles in the gory incident. Sending the three convicts to gallows, the court said, “On scanning the aggravating circumstances whereby 13 innocent persons lost their lives, it is certain that the convicts do not deserve to be dealt with leniently.
There cannot be two opinions that looking at the prime conspectus of what was perpetrated at the Lajpat Nagar Market, it was the most dastardly act. The case comes in the category of rarest of rare cases. The convicts indulged in killing innocent persons without any provocation.”
While awarding life imprisonment to Javed Ahmed Khan, the court said, “Though Javed’s case also comes in the category of rarest of rare cases, on taking into consideration the mitigating circumstances, Javed does not deserve the extreme penalty. He was residing in Nepal and not even known to Bilal Ahmed Beg. Earlier, he was not aware of the conspiracy and when he found arms and ammunitions lying in the room, he made inquiries…and came to know of the conspiracy to cause (the) bomb blast in Delhi.”
The court also said that on instructions of Mirza Nissar Hussain and Bilal, Javed delivered ammunition at the Delhi residence of witness Wazid Kasai. “At the time of incident, Javed was not present in Delhi. After considering his role and his confessional statement exposing himself and the co-accused, case of Javed stands on a different footing,” it added.
The court imposed a fine of Rs 42,000 on Mohammed Naushad. Mohammed Ali Bhatt, Mirza Nissar Hussain and Javed Ahmad Khan have been fined Rs 37,000 each under various penal provisions, dealing with murder, conspiracy and attempt to murder.
Convict Farooq Ahmed Khan and lone woman convict Farida Dar were held guilty under milder penal provisions of the Explosive Substances Act and the Arms Act, and were allowed to walk free. The imprisonment served during the trial was their punishment, the court said. It fined Farooq Ahmed and Farida Dar Rs 10,000 each. “The term already undergone by Farooq Ahmed in this case shall be counted and Farida Dar is ordered to be released for the period already spent in jail with reasonable fine,” the court ordered.
The court said the offence committed by the convicts was pre-planned and calculated. The apparent motive was to indulge in disruptive activities and to strike terror in the minds of the people. The convicts had used powerful material, including RDX. “These convicts had no feeling of remorse or repentance. The convicts had no apparent justification or motive to take the lives of innocent citizens. The incident, which resulted in heavy casualties, had shaken the entire city and the collective conscience of the society,” said the court. All these convicts were arrested in June/July, 1996.

Six convicted in 1996 Lajpat Nagar bomb blast case
Chronology of 1996 Lajpat Nagar bomb blast case
Court's observations on 1996 Lajpat Nagar bomb blast case
Chronology of 1996 Lajpat Nagar bomb blast case



December 6, 1993 - Near-simultaneous bombing of five trains running between Mumbai, Indraprasth (misnomer: New Delhi/Nayi Dilli), Howrah, Bhagyamathi (misnomer: Hyderabad) and Surat. - Terrorist attack (multiple Bomb blasts)

Was it all along about 1993 Blasts Case Convictions?

On December 6, 1993 – the first anniversary of the demolition of the Babri Masjid – he helped organise the near-simultaneous bombing of five trains running between Mumbai, New Delhi, Howrah, Hyderabad and Surat. Two people were killed, and 22 injured, in the strikes. Mujahideen Islam e-Hind, and until-then unknown group, had claimed responsibility for the 1993 strikes. Minutes after Friday’s bombings, an organisation with a near-identical name – Indian Mujahideen – asserted it had carried out the attacks.




April 20, 1993 - Manzegari, Gondia District - Naxal Maoist Terrorist attack (gun fire)

List of Martyrs from Maharashtra Police who have fought with Naxals

Maoists kill 15 Maharashtra cops in jungle ambush



March 12, 1993 - Mumbai (misnomer: Bombay), Maharashtra - Terrorist attack (multiple Bomb blasts)

Was it all along about 1993 Blasts Case Convictions?

India's most wanted, Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar dons 'clean' new look by S Ahmed Ali, TNN, TOI on September 11, 2008

Accused in 1993 Mumbai blasts case held in Nepal by TNN, TOI on September 7, 2008

It was a long trail - from Mumbai to Dubai and from there to Pakistan, and finally Nepal. But the long arm of law stretched across thousands of miles to finally swoop down on Riyaz Khatri alias Riyaz Abukar Lone — the third most wanted terrorist in India after Dawood Ibrahim and Tiger Memon, and a major player in the 1993 serial blasts in Mumbai that killed 257 innocent people.

Such an important news and given so little space. Clearly tells you how much importance government and media gives to the menace of terrorism.



June 23, 1985 - Montreal-London-Indraprasth Air India Flight 182, Atlantic Ocean, South of Ireland - Terrorist attack (flight was Bombed). The plane, a Boeing 747-237B (c/n 21473/330, reg VT-EFO) named Emperor Kanishka exploded at an altitude of 31,000 feet (9500 m), crashing into the Atlantic Ocean killing all 329 people on board, of whom 280 were Canadian citizens and 22 were Indian nationals.




Source:


Terrorism in India

Air India Flight 182

Major attacks in India since 2003

Terrorism Watch



SHAME on Government of Bharat!!!

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Thank you, Surasena garu..

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Via ETV News:

Uttar Pradesh - Large amount of Important Police Records pertaining to various Terrorist activities and official probe into it deleted by 'mistake' . The news channel mentions that a few sources tell that someone in the Gov. gave a spoken order for it.

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^^^

If true then, all ij well.

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Postby Sachin » 07 Jun 2013 10:39

nawabs wrote:Uttar Pradesh - Large amount of Important Police Records pertaining to various Terrorist activities and official probe into it deleted by 'mistake' . The news channel mentions that a few sources tell that someone in the Gov. gave a spoken order for it.

Hmm.. but I dont think UP Police is so advanced that all their records are computerised and can be "deleted" in a flash. So if things have to be salvaged there would still be the case diaries, charge sheets submitted to the courts, the special branch reports etc. lying out there. And in case of much more detailed stuff perhaps IB may have the records as well?

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Postby prahaar » 07 Jun 2013 11:08

Sachinji, it does not matter if records exist but are not accessed or used in court cases. Please remember how certain information was with-held in case of Sajjanji by the prosecution (same thing happened in case of Sanju-baba). It is the intention that is important and not the availability of record of facts.

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Postby Sachin » 07 Jun 2013 12:19

prahaar wrote:It is the intention that is important and not the availability of record of facts.

I clearly understood the intentions. What I meant to say that such deletion is not 100% effective way to destroy data. There could be other places from where records can be flushed out, if some one really wants to get them back.

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Postby sum » 07 Jun 2013 13:54

^^ IIRC, wanst something similar done when "secular" CPM govt claimed that they were unable to find Shri.Maudhany's call conversation tapes where he was discussing bomb blasts but the IB stepped in and mentioned that they had a copy and so not to worry! :mrgreen:

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Allahabad HC stays order on cases against terror accused

Reacting to the decision by Allahabad High Court to stay Uttar Pradesh government’s order to withdraw cases against alleged terror accused, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Friday said a decision will be taken after studying the order.

“Whatever the HC decides will be honoured,” Mr. Akhilesh said on the sidelines of a regional workshop on National Health Insurance Scheme in Lucknow.

“Whatever had been the responsibility of the government and what the party had said in its manifesto that bit has been done,” he added.

Saying that the Samajwadi Party (SP) in its manifesto had said that cases should be withdrawn against those who were innocent, Mr. Akhilesh said, “SP is of the opinion that those, who are innocent, should be released.”

“I have not seen the order. The government would decide after taking full information and studying the order,” he said.

The Allahabad High Court on Friday stayed the Uttar Pradesh government’s order to withdraw cases against persons accused of indulging in terror activities.

The order was passed by justices Rajeev Sharma and Mahendra Dayal of the Lucknow bench on a PIL filed by local lawyer Ranjana Agnihotri and five others.

While referring the matter to a larger bench, the court gave six weeks time to the respondents, including the Central and the State governments, for filing their reply and four weeks for rejoinder thereafter.

The petitioners had sought direction for quashing the order issued by the State for withdrawing cases against persons accused of indulging in terror activities and serial blasts.

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Dalit boy forced to carry footwear on his head

Police yet to register FIR; accused has fled to Chennai

At an age too young to comprehend the ugly face of caste system, a school-going Dalit boy of Vadugapatti in Usilampatti taluk has become a victim of the worst form of ill-treatment.

On Monday, the 11-year-old boy was allegedly humiliated by a caste Hindu youth who paraded the boy on the streets of the village with a pair of footwear on his head.

The incident had terribly disturbed him. His father died nine years ago and since then he and his mother were at the mercy of his maternal grandmother and uncles.

The boy did not disclose the disgraceful treatment he underwent on Monday even to his mother P. Nagammal, a brick kiln employee, for two days until she forced him to pour his heart out on Wednesday after she found him weak, dull and not showing interest in taking food.

The boy and two of his friends were returning from the Government Kallar Government High School in the village after checking out their annual examination results on Monday when the caste Hindu youth P. Nilamaalai (27) caught hold of them near a huge tree adjacent to the school. “He let my friends go because they were not wearing footwear and asked me to stay back,” the boy told The Hindu.

Questioning the boy for gathering guts to wear footwear through a locality occupied by caste Hindus and asking him if his mother had not taught him the “etiquette” he had to follow while passing through “upper caste areas,” the youth forced him to carry the footwear on his head and paraded him up to a podium [meant for performing dramas], about 60 metres from the tree.

His mother took up the issue with Nilamaalai on Wednesday. “He justified his act and threatened to kill me if I dared to go to the police,”


She gathered courage and lodged a police complaint. “A case was registered on Thursday and we are yet to receive a copy of the First Information Report.” When contacted, police officials said the accused, Nilamaalai, son of a caste Hindu priest in the village, left for Chennai after he came to know that a case had been registered. “A special team of policemen was sent to Chennai to trace him. But it returned on Saturday morning without him. We have been questioning his father,” an officer said.


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kenop » 09 Jun 2013 15:04

Events are moving in a certain direction (Ishrat Jahan encounter case: Was encountered Javed alias Pranesh Pillai an IB operative?)
He played key role in many IB ops in state, claim sources.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) sleuths investigating the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case are believed to have come across some startling information about Javed Sheikh alias Pranesh Pillai’s collaboration with the IB officers. Investigators indicate that the killed-in-encounter terrorist was actually working and collaborating with the handler of the central Intelligence Bureau (IB). He is believed to have been operating for them since 2003 in Gujarat – the time when NDA government was ruling the nation.

Sources said that Javed, who was killed along with his friend Ishrat Jahan and two others in June 2004, by the sleuths of Detection of Crime Branch (DCB) in a staged gunfight, had been an important person in many IB operations in the state since 2003.

Sources also said that the IB input, that became the base to eliminate Sadik Jamal Mehtar, too was generated through him in 2003. Mehtar was the first person to be killed in a staged encounter by DG Vanzara, then deputy commissioner of police-DCB, after 2002 riots. Javed, according to the sources, had also played a role in conveying to the IB that the attack on the Sabarmati Express was a pre-planned conspiracy. The input was later on accepted as genuine by the court of law.

Javed was operating in Gujarat in a period from 2000 to 2004 and was privy to many IB operations then. However, ironically he himself was killed due to a similar IB input.

The CBI is currently probing as to what went wrong in the rapport with Javed and the IB officials, which was at its best during and after 2002 – the time of Godhra and post-Godhra riots.

This information is believed to have been revealed after the questioning of suspended IPS officers - GL Singhal, DG Vanzara as well as IB official Rajendra Kumar. Sources also said that Singhal and Vanzara had revealed the information that could lead to the questioning of other officers at IB.

Javed, Ishrat Jahan, Amjad Ali and Zeeshan Johar were killed by the cops from DCB on June 14, 2004 near Kotarpur Water Works in Naroda area.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 09 Jun 2013 18:30

Next CBI will claim Hafiz Saeed is a RAW operative!!!

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby fanne » 09 Jun 2013 19:10

CBI Cliam - Or that Sonia was real daughter of Indira and RG was someone they picked in Kumbh when these got switched. In true bollywood style, the 'real' princess then finds her real home, marries the switched RG and has come to India to reclaim the throne. Probably it is the 2014 winning mantra!!

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Anindya » 11 Jun 2013 07:37

sadhvi pragya and the malegaon mess

There was so much hoopla around the arrest of Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur who was named as one of the main accused in the case. However what is surprising is that her name does not even figure in the chargesheet which has been filed by the National Investigation Agency which took over the case from the Maharashtra ATS. Sources tell rediff.com that there was not enough evidence on hand to file a chargesheet against Sadhvi Pragya Singh and even if they were to file a supplementary chargesheet her name may not figure in it.

The question now is whether Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur will walk free after spending so many years in jail despite her health condition deteriorating. Her legal team says that it is a good sign that her name does not figure in the Malegaon 2006 chargesheet and they see this as a positive. It becomes clear that allegations against were thrown in the heat of the movement and when it finally came to closing the case there was not enough evidence against her.

Her advocate Ganesh Sovani tells rediff.com that there is a long way to go before she could walk free. There are two more cases against her and in addition to this they are also questioning the decision to book her under the provisions of the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act (MCOCA). She is still being investigated for her alleged role in the Malegaon 2008 blasts case. She is also an accused in the murder of Sunil Joshi a case that emerges out of Indore in Madhya Pradesh.

The NIA says the 2008 Malegaon and the Sunil Joshi murder cases are still under investigation and they are hopeful of finding evidence against her in these cases. A lot about the two cases are based solely on the evidence that emerged from the confession of Swami Aseemanand. However he retracted his statement claiming that it was done under duress.

The NIA finds itself in a catch 22 situation where the Malegaon 2006 case is concerned. On one hand it has found it hard to gather evidence against any of the accused and on the other hand it also deals with the original case that was set up by the Maharashtra ATS. The ATS had named nine Muslim youth in the case. However all these persons were granted bail, but till date no court has proclaimed them innocent which only means that the entire case continues to hang in the balance.

There are two arguments to this in the investigation circles. Speaking to some of the officers gives the impression that each one is trying to out do the other. The NIA moved too quickly to overturn the findings of the ATS. The ATS argues that there ought to have been some more time taken before the names of the accused were changed so suddenly. However the NIA says that it was the ATS which has caused this confusion. They were the ones who named the Muslim youth and it was later that the ATS chief, Hemanth Karkare who said that the 2006 Malegaon case was the handiwork of the Hindus.

This confusion has only led to a trauma for several accused. The nine persons who are out on bail cannot claim with confidence that they have been exonerated. In the case of Sadhvi Pragya Singh, she had to face an ordeal for nearly four years only to realise that her name does not even figure in the chargesheet. No one in the investigating agency can point out for sure as to who the accused is and this is the biggest irony in this case.

Her family says that the officers have been very unfair on her. They are desperate to elicit information and have resorted to various third degree tactics to force information out of her. However she is strong and has sustained all this, her family claims. They further allege that she was beaten by male police personnel and the fact that she was suffering from breast cancer was never taken into account. Her family says that the right side of her body is paralysed and she may not live for more than one year.

Sadhvi’s well wishers say that she has been a victim of politics and the probe agencies are being used to further the cause of their political masters. The agency is well aware that there is not a strong case on hand, but would continue to pro long the case and ensure that these persons remain in jail for however long they can.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SSridhar » 11 Jun 2013 08:54

Police clueless after daring jailbreak - The Hindu
Thiruvananthapuram: Two convicts broke out of the Central Prison here early Monday morning. They were ‘Ripper’ Jayanandan, a 45-year-old prisoner on death row, and his cellmate ‘Oopa’ Prakash, 40, who was serving time for burglary.

Jayanandan is accused in eight murder cases, all for gain, including a double homicide, and 14 burglaries. He was brought to the Central Prison here on June 21, 2010 following his capture after his audacious midnight escape from the Central Prison, Kannur, in 2009. In 2007, he had made a futile attempt to dig out of the Central Prison, Viyyur, through the toilet inside his jail cell. {And yet, he could escape yet again ! That is an utter shame} The duo was housed in the maximum security ‘condemned cell’ in the UT block adjacent to the gallows. The police suspect that the jailbreak occurred after midnight. The fugitives had cut through the cylindrical ‘dead latch’ of the padlocked cell’s grilled door, possibly with a hacksaw blade, and scaled the relatively low wall of the block. (The wall had been fortified and topped with an electrified barbed wire fence in 2011 to house terror suspect Thadiyantavide Nazeer.) {So, what happened to the fortification and the electrified barbed wire ? How did they overcome these obstacles ? What is meant by 'fortified wall' if it was too low and easily scaleable ?} They proceeded to the prison’s infirmary and stole bed sheets and clothes left out to dry on clotheslines.

The convicts hastily assembled a crude ladder from wooden poles to scale the wall. Once on top of the wall, they used a rope fashioned out of the knotted bed sheets and clothes to abseil down its frightening height, investigators said.


The escapees had made up their cots inside the cell with vessels and pillows to make it appear as if they were sleeping. The prison’s extensive surveillance camera network was down at the time of the escape, purportedly due to a power outage. {Should not there be exceptions to the power outage ? Was that the reason that the two could overcome the electrified barbed wire atop the low wall ?} So far, the police have no clue about the fugitives.


Truly pathetic.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 11 Jun 2013 09:28

This Jayanandan does seem to have a knack of escaping :). It was raining the whole night and the jail wardens were all cooped up in their rooms. And the staff on duty, were not even permenant employees of the prisons. They were all temporary appointments. The Jail Dept. in Kerala does have staff shortage, but nobody seems to be bothered. It is now for the Tvm. City Police to hunt down the duo. Jayanandan seems to be still close to his family and one point the police would watch would be the homes of all close relatives. The last time he escaped from Kannur, he was picked up at Ooty along with his wife. The police had tracked wifey's cell phone. It seems at Central Prison Poojappura, Jayanandan had become a Mesthiri (prisoner in charge of another group of prisoners) and was in charge of the laundry section.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vivek.rao » 13 Jun 2013 06:54

Ishrat Jahan: The inconvenient story no one wants to tell

Late in the summer of 2004, the Lashkar-e-Taiba’s top operations commander Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi held the terrorist organisation’s first meeting with David Headley, the young Chicago drug dealer-turned-jihadist at the heart of the 26/11 project. Lakhvi told Headley he would be working with Muzammil Bhat, the full-bearded 6’4” giant in the room, who counted among the Lashkar’s most able operatives. Bhat’s achievements, Federal Bureau of Investigations interrogators recorded Headley as being told, included multiple strikes in Kashmir and recruiting a “female suicide bomber named Ishrat Jahaan [sic].”

“Zaki,” Headley went on, “mentioned Muzammil’s plans to attack Akshardham temple, Somnath and Siddhi temples. These attacks were revenge for the 1988 attack on the mosque in Yuppe [sic, the 1992 demolition of the Babri Masjid in Uttar Pradesh].”


Even as the CBI works towards finding out just how Ishrat died, there’s a growing mass of evidence that suggests the United Progressive Alliance government has been economical with the truth about her life and her death.

Last year, the National Investigations Agency told Gujarat High Court judges Jayant Patel and Abhilasha Kumari they had nothing but “hearsay” on Ishrat. Firstpost’s documentation on the FBI interrogation of Headley shows the union government knew otherwise—but remained silent. :evil:



Later, the IB’s Gujarat station would provide the Gujarat Police more detail, telling Ahmedabad’s police chief there were two Pakistani terrorists with Punjabi accents planning an attack, in coordination with a Pune resident.

From accounts given to Firstpost by three separate intelligence sources, the IB’s operation had its genesis in February 2004, when the Jammu and Kashmir Police shot dead Poonch-based Lashkar operative Ehsan Illahi.


Letters found on Illahi’s body led the police to an Ahmedabad-based lawyer. From there, the operation rolled on. There’s some reason to believe the Lashkar’s plot was penetrated. First Information Report 8 of 2004, filed by the Ahmedabad Police Crime Branch after the killing, records that the authorities knew of the imminent arrival of a blue Tata Indica carrying the victims, bearing the licence plate number MH02 JA4786—suggesting the Intelligence Bureau had an informant on the inside.



On 29 March 2004, Sheikh again flew to Oman, on passport E6624023, identifying him as Praneshkumar M. Gopinath Pillai—having obtained this in addition to a passport in his Muslim name. He flew back to Mumbai on 11 April carrying Rs 2.5 lakh in cash, which he used to purchase the Indica he drove to his death.

The government said, in a 2004 affidavit, that Sheikh “was in regular touch with Lashkar-e-Taiba operatives, particularly Muzammil Bhat.” Government sources say there is wiretap evidence to back this up, but the UPA hasn’t ever ordered it made public, and the CBI hasn’t sought it.


From the testimony of Faizabad resident Muhammad Wasi, made before an Ahmedabad magistrate, there’s reason to believe Sheikh shopped for pistols and a sten gun in Uttar Pradesh sometime after February 2004. Wasi claims Sheikh was introduced to him by another Faizabad resident, Muhammad Mehrajuddin—whom the CBI hasn’t even sought to locate.

The CBI hasn’t questioned Muhammad Abdul Razzak, an alleged jihadist held by the Delhi Police in 2005, who claimed to have told interrogators he sent Sheikh to a jihad training camp.

Kashmir residents Majid Husain Qadri, Pervez Ahmad Khan Abdul Aziz Shah, alleged to have helped Amjad Ali Rana after he was shot trying to cross the Line of Control, have never once been questioned. Investigators say the three men had Johar treated in New Delhi, at the City Clinic in Paharganj. Siddharth Sahai, who performed surgery on Rana, identified him when the police showed him photographs.

Then, there’s Headley’s testimony—totally ignored so far.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Singha » 13 Jun 2013 07:09

with such holes like swiss cheese why doesnt the SC throw the case out?

if ever a org needed a total cleanup its the congress bureau of investigation. this is like the FBI being allowed to operate like a private militia for the ruling party.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vivek.rao » 13 Jun 2013 07:33

^^ It is not just CBI, the NIA is lying in front of the judges. That is how comical our institutions have been turned into by UPA

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 13 Jun 2013 09:34

vivek.rao wrote:That is how comical our institutions have been turned into by UPA

No wonder very many state governments now oppose bringing in more alphabet-soup organisations and agencies supposed to monitor and neutralise terrorists. These folks have seen through the trick, and now realise that all this talk from the UPA and the Central Govt. are ways and means to protect the INC cabal. Even Congress-led govt.s (eg. KA) have not given whole hearted support to the latest moves of the Central Govt. in this regard.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby rohitvats » 13 Jun 2013 09:56

Just for reference of people, Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi's son was killed by IA Special Forces in Kashmir.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sanku » 13 Jun 2013 10:02

rohitvats wrote:Just for reference of people, Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi's son was killed by IA Special Forces in Kashmir.


When? Any links to reports please?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Pratyush » 13 Jun 2013 10:10

^^^

Reading the Parveen Swami piece above. Do I detect a change in tone, post Hindu or I am seeing things where none exist?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sanku » 13 Jun 2013 10:14

IB director complains after CBI summons officer, NSA briefs PM


Following a strong protest lodged by IB chief Asif Ibrahim, National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon has brought the matter to the notice of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, apprising him about the IB's concern that action against a senior officer could send a wrong signal and also set a bad precedent. Ibrahim is also learnt to have taken up the matter with Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, Home Secretary R K Singh and CBI Director Ranjit Sinha.

However, sources said the CBI has told the government that it has adequate material to prove Kumar's role in the conspiracy leading to the alleged fake encounter in which Ishrat and three others were killed. CBI sources claimed the agency also has proof of what they said was Kumar's "proximity" to the Narendra Modi government.


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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby rohitvats » 13 Jun 2013 10:20

Sanku wrote:
rohitvats wrote:Just for reference of people, Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi's son was killed by IA Special Forces in Kashmir.


When? Any links to reports please?


Read this some days back in the recent book on Indian Special Forces by Lt. General PC Katoch and Saikat Dutta.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby abhishek_sharma » 13 Jun 2013 10:30

^^ wonderful news. Thanks.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_23651 » 14 Jun 2013 03:17

Headline Today: Plot to Kill Modi
EXCLUSIVE: आजतक का बड़ा खुलासा, नरेंद्र मोदी पर हमले की रची गई थी साजिश
http://aajtak.intoday.in/story/narendra ... 33407.html

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Anand K » 14 Jun 2013 08:00

IIRC in 2007 Lakhvi’s son Muhammad Qasim was killed in an encounter in Bandipora. This was noted way back in the 2008 attacks aftermath right?


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