Ahmedabad serial blasts: Delhi Police files chargesheet against Indian Mujahideen founder Abdul Subhan Qureshi
Delhi Police's special cell has filed a chargesheet against banned outfit Indian Mujahideen's founder Abdul Subhan Qureshi
The Crime Branch of the police on Saturday brought 2008 Ahmedabad serial blasts accused Abdul Subhan Qureshi to Ahmedabad from Delhi, a top official said.
Delhi Police says arrested Indian Mujahideen militant Ariz Khan an expert bomb maker, wanted to revive SIMI
The Delhi Police's special cell arrested a top Indian Mujahideen militant from Nepal.
Revival of Indian Mujahideen: Abdul Subhan Qureshi's arrest breakthrough for security agencies but it's just tip of the iceberg
The Indian Mujahideen has hit the headlines again with the arrest of Abdul Subhan Qureshi by the Delhi Police from the Ghazipur area. The police claimed that Qureshi was trying to revive the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) and the Indian Mujahideen, which have been lying dormant for some time.
Abdul Subhan Qureshi is being interrogated in Delhi by police teams from various states, who were on the lookout for the Indian Mujahideen founder wanted in several cases of terror, officials said on Monday.
Abdul Subhan Qureshi alias Tauqeer's arrest likely to reveal more about indigenous terror outfit Indian Mujahideen
The arrest of Abdul Subhan Qureshi is likely to throw light on grey areas and answer several questions related to the home grown terror outfit Indian Mujahideen.
Tracing journey of 2008 Gujarat blast accused Abdul Subhan Qureshi: From a qualified engineer to Indian Mujahideen founder
Gujarat serial blasts mastermind Abdul Subhan Qureshi, who had earned the nickname 'India's Osama bin Laden', could have been a top-notch IT professional had he not joined Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) in 2001-2002
Indian Mujahideen founder Abdul Subhan Qureshi to be brought to Gujarat for interrogation in 2008 Ahmedabad blasts
Indian Mujahideen militant Tauqeer Qureshi, arrested by the Delhi Police on Saturday, will be brought to Gujarat for interrogation on his role in serial bomb blasts, killing 56 in Ahmedabad and other cities in the state, in 2008.
Indian Mujahideen founder and accused in 2008 Gujarat blasts Abdul Subhan Qureshi held in Ghazipur after brief encounter
Abdul Subhan Qureshi, a founding member of the Indian Mujahideen, was under the radar of the intelligence agencies for his involvement in the 2008 serial blasts in Gujarat.