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 operative behind recruiter Yusuf al-Hindi's online identity, reveals Islamic State sympathiser
One of the two recruiters behind the mysterious Islamic State online identity, Yusuf al-Hindi, could have been Mohammad Sajid.
The fugitive chief recruiter for the Islamic State in the Indian subcontinent Mohammed Shafi Armar has been named a 'Specially Designated Global Terrorist' by the US
Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal, sentenced to death in a blast case, moved to court seeking a CBI probe into alleged human rights violations at Tihar jail.
Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Yasin Bhatkal on Thursday denied before a court his involvement in serial blasts in Delhi in September 2008 that claimed 26 lives and left 135 people injured.
This is the first time that top leaders of the Indian Mujahideen, including the group's co-founder Yasin Bhatkal, are convicted in a terror attack in the country.
In the first ever conviction of banned Indian Mujahideen cadres in a terror case, a special NIA court here convicted Mohammed Ahmed Siddibappa alias Yasin Bhatkal and four others for being involved in 2013 twin blasts at Dilsukhnagar which had claimed 18 lives.
The words spoken in the ear of Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Lahore exactly 11 months ago must be resonating rather loudly now
Zakir Naik has not only misguided the Indian Muslim youth and misinterpreted the Islamic rulings but also brazenly violated the Indian law.
Investigators have identified several cases where Zakir Naik’s speeches have allegedly inspired terrorist groups including the LeT and Indian Mujahideen.
Investigating agencies like the NIA, ATS, and the crime branch and special team of the Mumbai Police are very close to the pointing fingers at Zakir Naik
Security agencies have reportedly drawn up a list of 55 terror accused, who have claimed to be inspired by the controversial preacher Zakir Naik’s speeches, after an order from the Home Ministry.
Islamic State's caliphate may be shrinking but India should be cautious of the self-radicalised enemy
Seen in this context, India is as much a soft target for IS propaganda as any other country, with a significant population of Muslims ready to be brainwashed
What was surprising — and worrying — about the busting of the Islamic State module in Hyderabad by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on 29 June was the kind of chemicals recovered from them.
On the Monday edition of Times Now's show The Newshour, editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami referred to journalist Asad Ashraf as a 'cover for the Indian Mujahideen'. The following is Asad's own take on that particular situation and the present state of journalism as a whole
The terror organisation Jaish-e-Mohommed (JeM) has started marking North Indian cities in order to carry out a spate of Pathankot style terror attacks.
A special court sent the alleged Indian Mujahideen's key operative Abdul Wahid Siddibapa to NIA custody for seven days
A key operative of terror outfit Indian Mujahideen (IM) Abdul Wahid Siddibappa was arrested from Indira Gandhi International airport in Delhi by National Investigating Agency (NIA).
The chief India recruiter for the Islamic State (IS) was killed in a US drone strike a few days ago.