Nepal emerges biggest hub for Indian Mujahideen, says US report; porous border makes India vulnerable to terror attacks
In a recently released report, ‘Country Report on Terrorism 2018’, the US State Department has said that IM, which has ties with terrorist groups LeT, JeM is using Nepal as a hub to carry out terrorist activities against India
Succession battle pits R&AW against IPS cadres as ugly internal squabbling remains an open secret in India's spy agency
The growing pile of cases brought to the Central Administrative Tribunal by RAS officers include one involving Jitendra Ojha—the man who from 2013-15 was in charge of training spies at RAW’s academy in New Delhi.
A court in Sonepat in Haryana on Tuesday awarded life imprisonment to 75-year-old Abdul Karim Tunda in the 1996 Sonepat bomb blasts case.
An alleged LeT operative, accused of facilitating infiltration of terrorists in India through Indo-Nepal border, has been discharged by a Delhi court.
Top Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) bomb expert Abdul Karim Tunda was on Thursday discharged by a Delhi court in connection with two separate blast cases lodged in 1997 in which one person was killed and several others were injured.
Additional Sessions Judge Bharat Parashar told the special cell of Delhi Police that if there was no new evidence against Tunda, then it will be a "futile exercise" to proceed with the case.
A special court in Ajmer granted CBI the custody of 72-year-old Tunda, who is now in judicial custody of Delhi Police.
The 72-year-old Tunda, who is in judicial custody in connection with various terror attack cases, withdrew his plea after Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Amit Bansal transferred his case to a sessions court.
A Delhi court on Thursday extended till 13 November the judicial custody of top Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) bomb expert Abdul Karim Tunda, arrested in connection with a 1997 bomb blast case lodged against him in New Delhi.
Additional Sessions Judge Dharmesh Sharma sent Tunda to Tihar jail till November seven.
A Delhi court Monday sent three close aides of LeT bomb expert Abdul Karim Tunda to judicial custody till Oct 28 in a case lodged against them for allegedly helping in infiltration of Pakistani and Bangladeshi militants into India in 1997.
Additional Sessions Judge Dharmesh Sharma allowed the plea after the Special Cell of Delhi Police, which is investigating various cases involving Tunda, said they have no objection to Hyderabad Police's application.
The special investigation team of Hyderabad police moved the application before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Amit Bansal, who today remanded Tunda to judicial custody till October 15 in connection with a 1997 bomb blast case lodged against him here.
Top LeT bomb expert Abdul Karim Tunda was on Saturday remanded in three-day police custody by a Delhi court in connection with a 1997 blast case, in which one woman was killed and several others were injured.
The Delhi Police on Wednesday moved a Delhi court seeking its permission to conduct a brain mapping test on arrested top Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) bomb expert Abdul Karim Tunda in a bid to unearth the terrorist network of his associates in India and Pakistan.
The special cell of Delhi police produced Tunda before Metropolitan Magistrate Akash Jain after expiry of his police custody remand in connection with another case in which he is accused of allegedly helping Pakistani nationals illegally enter India.
Zakariya, who was lodged in Presidency jail in Kolkata, was produced before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Amit Bansal in pursuance to the production warrants issued against him earlier.
Top LeT bomb expert Abdul Karim Tunda was on Wednesday remanded in seven days' police custody by a Delhi court after the investigators said those who had allegedly helped him in illegal infiltration of Pakistani nationals are yet to be identified.
Dawood is the prime accused in the 1993 Bombay serial bomb blasts case and is also allegedly involved in financing anti-India terror groups operating out of Pakistan.
The Special Cell of Delhi Police produced Tunda before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Amit Bansal and sought 10 days' custody for interrogation, saying it had to establish the source of explosives which were provided to various Pakistani nationals arrested in 1998 in connection with 37 bomb blasts.