Four close aides of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim have also been named in the list: Shaikh Shakeel alias Chhota Shakeel, Mohammad Anis Shaikh, Ibrahim Memon alias Tiger Memon and Javed Chikna
Coronavirus Outbreak: Nawayath Muslims in Karnataka's Bhatkal junk orthodoxy of Tablighi Jamaat, help authorities quarantine vulnerable, feed poor
When the rest of the country was grappling with Tablighi’s googly, Muslims from Bhatkal did not wait for the community leaders from the state outside to give diktats or plead them to cooperate with the government for implementing total lockdown or social distancing.
Communal riots in India are playing into the hands of Islamic State's jihadists and realising their dystopic dreams
There is little doubt Indian communal politics is reaching a crossroads — but there are many paths from here, and all but one leads to perdition
Islamic State ideology in vulnerable pockets of South India feeds on local grievances to further jihadist agenda
The Islamic State in the Land of al-Shams might be dead—but the in the land of Idli-Sambar, it is giving jihad a new, distinctively southern flavour, blending local grievances and conflicts into its global ideology.
NIA anti-terror raids: Islamic State might be dead abroad, but hate politics is fuelling its resurrection in India
In interrogations by the NIA, half the suspects said communalism — ranging from riots to compulsory yoga practice — led them to join the Islamic State. Barely half of them cited the global Islamist project that underpins the Islamic State
Govt may term Sanatan Sanstha terror entity, but gaping holes in law hamper police action on fringe elements
Given what we know of the Sanatan Sanstha’s activities and alleged crimes, it should ideally be classified as a “terrorist organisation”.
India's Pakistan optimists notwithstanding, Modi must not be taken in by Imran Khan's imminent overtures
Prime Minister Narendra Modi should keep in mind that the last major gains in the India-Pakistan relationship were won through war, not dialogue.
The pronouncement of the quantum of sentence for the five individuals convicted in the 2013 Bodh Gaya serial blast case was deferred to Friday.
The Union home ministry on Sunday claimed there has been "visible improvement" in the security scenario in the country since the Narendra Modi government assumed office four years ago.
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
NIA arrests Ariz Khan for his involvement in serial blast cases; accused produced in Patiala House court today
A man wanted for his alleged involvement in serial blasts in various parts of the country has been arrested by the NIA, an agency statement said on Wednesday.
The Home Ministry has conveyed to a parliamentary panel that Sikh youths are being trained at ISI facilities in Pakistan to carry out terror activities in India, and members of the community who are settled in Canada and other places are also being instigated against the country with false and malicious propaganda.
A Delhi court has sent an alleged Indian Mujahideen terrorist Ariz Khan, who had escaped during the 2008 Batla House encounter, to 25 days police custody.
IM terrorist Ariz Khan, arrested from India-Nepal border, captured by using leads from suspected terrorists
Ariz Khan, an alleged IM terrorist arrested from the Indo-Nepal border, was nabbed after police got leads from the interrogation of suspected terrorists.
Batla House encounter: Congress' 'political hypocrisy' stands exposed, says Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi after IM terrorist arrested
The Congress "political hypocrisy" stands exposed, Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said after a suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorist was arrested.
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