Slain Al-Qaeda chief Asim Umar was Uttar Pradesh village boy who became best-selling jihadist pulp-fiction writer
Born in a peasant family in Uttar Pradesh, slain Al-Qaeda leader Asim Umar aka Sana-ul-Haq is believed to have gotten involved in violent Islamism after the demolition of the Babri Masjid in December 1992
Jammu and Kashmir Police believes Jaish-e-Mohammad behind Anantnag attack; Al-Umar Mujahideen just a cover to escape backlash
Prior to this attack, the Al-Umar had similarly claimed an attack on a police post in Srinagar, on 26 April this year, in which a police constable was critically injured.
Islamic State J&K commander Ishfaq Ahmad Sofi, who praised Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, killed in Shopian encounter
Police officials said that he was killed during a gun battle in Amshipora area of Shopian which lasted from around 3:30 am to 4 am in an orchard.
Jalaluddin Haqqani, 1939-2018: The grandfather of global jihad who unleashed a reign of terror to 'rescue defenceless Muslims'
For years, the West chose to overlook Jalaluddin Haqqani’s patronage of jihadist causes — and the plain language of his speeches — in the pursuit of tactical ends.
Assam NRC updation has spurred radical Islamist activity; security forces say outfits may exploit discontent among migrants
The process of updating the NRC in Assam has provoked some radical Islamist outfits to step up their presence in areas inhabited by suspected illegal migrants.
Security forces on Saturday claimed to have busted a Hizbul Mujahideen module involved in hawala transactions by arresting four people, including a former militant, in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir.
In Omerta, Rajkummar Rao plays Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, a British terrorist of Pakistani descent with links to militant groups.
The rift within the militants intensified after the Hizbul Mujahideen top leadership dissociated from its former commander Zakir Musa’s statement in which he had threatened to chop off the heads of Hurriyat leaders for seeking the creation of a secular state.
Kashmir unrest: Two Harkat-ul-Mujahideen militants arrested, pistols, hand grenades seized in Kupwara
Two militants belonging to Harkat-ul-Mujahideen outfit were on Monday arrested in north Kashmir's Kupwara district, police said
They have carried out several attacks in Kabul, nearly as deadly as Wednesday's: last July they claimed a bombing that killed more than 80 people in the city.
The army is confident that the successful operation at Tral has reversed its fortunes.
Hizbul Mujahideen's Zakir Musa vs Hurriyat: Terrorists should not be allowed to set the agenda for Kashmir
The most important point is that all the militancy-prone districts of the valley cited above comprise only 7.2 percent of the total geographical area of the state that is with India at the moment.
Only a headless chicken would reinstate the strategy of handing out incentives as state policy to secessionist leaders in Kashmir. For one thing, it presumes that these "leaders" are in charge of what is unfolding in Kashmir. They are not.
There is no doubting young Wani’s popularity, but it is a strategic blunder to view that popularity only through the prism of Pakistan.
Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley on Tuesday continued his deposition for the second consecutive day before a court in Mumbai
The recent revelation that Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) gave shelter to Mullah Omar in 2001 once again confirms the theory that Pakistan is the originator of the Taliban, and is the crucible of global terror
Choudhury said he remembers from his earlier stint in the Intelligence Bureau that al-Qaeda operatives had done a "reconnisance of Goa, Bangalore and Amritsar" about a decade ago.
Gogoi, who has recently been under fire from the Congress high command for increasingly losing electoral ground to the BJP, may be trying to deflect attention from real issues, but his statement cannot be taken lightly.
The US study says the Pakistan establishment which uses the LeT as a proxy to wage a low-level war of attrition in Kashmir, may even do it potentially to serve as a “release valve for domestic challenges.”