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Maken also hit out at Karnataka home minister Araga Jnanendra and said that he along with Al Qaeda are 'polarising' the country's atmosphere
The Al Qaeda leader has repeatedly trained his guns on the nation — from announcing a branch of the terror group in 2014 to the present when he showered praise on a pro-hijab protester in Karnataka and asked Muslims to fight the perceived assault on Islam
Blue eyes, blonde hair, racist minds: How Ukraine crisis lays bare racism ingrained in Western societies
The reaction of some European politicians, officials and even journalists not only shows their bewilderment but also exposes their prejudices rooted in racism
A new security headache: How terrorist groups are joining hands to launch a concerted jihadi warfare against India
Guided only by Al Qaeda and ISIS, a member of one ‘tanzeem’ can now operate under the banner of another; it’s the interchangeability of ‘tanzeems’ that seem to be bewildering India’s security apparatus
New Delhi would be committing a grave blunder if it compromises with its core values to provide legitimacy to an obscurantist outfit like the Taliban
Liberals enthusiastically pick the Munawar Faruqui saga, but remain silent on the lynching of two sadhus by a mob in Maharashtra. This blinkeredness is not serving any true liberal clause in any real sense
There comes a time when actions must speak louder than words. 26/11 was one such time when it just should have been done
Somalia: At least five dead, several hurt in explosion outside Mogadishu school; Al Shabab claims responsibility
The Al Qaeda-linked group in a statement said it targeted Western officials being escorted by the African Union peacekeeping convoy
The chief minister of Assam recently said that hundreds of youths of a particular community are missing, especially after the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan
Those who have followed the former Pakistani cricketer’s career wouldn’t be too surprised by the absence of sportsmanship
The 75-year-old and two police officers were killed in a collision with an oncoming truck, Swedish police confirmed to AFP.
The 'Afghanistan Counterterrorism, Oversight and Accountability Act' was introduced by Senator Jim Risch, a ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, on Tuesday.
New strategic alignments and alliances are taking shape, even as old relationships suddenly seem to have regained their relevance
The Taliban seized control of Afghanistan in mid-August, ousting the previous elected leadership which was backed by the West
Perhaps the most damaging legacy of 9/11, however, has been the homogenisation and Islamisation of the terror threat
Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahri, rumoured to be dead, resurfaces in video on 9/11 attacks anniversary
Al-Zawahri’s speech was recorded in a 61-minute, 37-second video produced by the group’s as-Sahab Media Foundation.
The document released, however, is still significantly redacted and does not offer a clear direct link between the Saudi government and the hijackers
The highly publicised creation of al-Qaida “franchises” in Iraq and elsewhere including Egypt, North Africa and Yemen, among others, seemed to indicate the revival of al-Qaida.
Bush, who was president during the attacks, commended the courage of the Flight 93 passengers and crew who are believed to have foiled an attack on the US Capitol by leading the plane to crash in rural Pennsylvania
The cloud of social restrictions that loomed over generations in the kingdom is dissipating; no longer are eye-popping concerts, movie theatres and women driving impossible or illegal