The bench hearing the matter said it was upholding the lower court's order on the grounds of pendency of trial and not on merits of the case
In an exclusive four-part series on radicalisation in India, Tufail Ahmad examines a variety of conditions and scenarios that have made it possible to radicalise youths in Maharashtra, Hyderabad, Kerala and indeed, India as a whole
Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad on Sunday arrested a youth from Parbhani for his alleged links to the Islamic State group.
Australian authorities indicated that they are considering sharing information about Majeed's email account with their Indian authorities
Nine people, who wanted to join IS, have been released in Bengaluru after they were deported from Turkey for trying to join IS by entering Syria.
Indian agencies have written to Twitter seeking the location from where threatening tweets were issued by alleged Islamic State (IS) terrorists, calling for a car bomb attack on US President Barack Obama during his India visit.
Shaheen Tanki, one of three youths from Kalyan, Mumbai who joined fighting for the Islamic State in Iraq could be dead, says reports.
The NIA on Wednesday told a special court in Mumbai that it has completed the interrogation of alleged ISIS recruit Areeb Majeed, after which he was remanded in judicial custody till 31 December.
The arrest of Bangalore-based Mehdi Masroor Biswas for managing the Twitter handle ISIS has again busted the myth that it’s only poor youth who go for turn to extremist activities.
India's intelligence agencies worst fears came true when the ISIS recruit from Kalyan, Areeb Majeed revealed to authorities that he has been provided training by Islamic State jihadists in carrying out suicide attacks.
What is it about terror and youth? The answer, it seems, could well be no different to why so many of them idolise pop stars and celebrities: Glamour.
Areeb Majeed, suspected member of terror outfit Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), has revealed the names of the local contacts, who allegedly provided him the logistics to join the group to take part in the battle in Iraq, NIA officials said today.
Is Majeed just another lucky ‘jihadi’ to get back home safe, after getting disenchanted with the IS as he was asked to do odd jobs like cleaning toilets or act as a guard, instead of allowing him to fight on battlefield?
The radicalisation of Areeb Majeed, the boy from Kalyan who joined the Iraqi terrorist group ISIL began on online, according to a report.