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Karnataka BJP dubs Siddaramaiah 'pro-Jihadi': Saffron party brings in Hindutva ammo ahead of Assembly polls
India

Karnataka BJP dubs Siddaramaiah 'pro-Jihadi': Saffron party brings in Hindutva ammo ahead of Assembly polls

Ahead of Karnataka's Assembly election, the BJP state leadership appears locked and loaded for what is set to be an intensely communal campaign

Jihadis sharing selfies of a man brandishing Islamic State logo on the streets of New York City
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Jihadis sharing selfies of a man brandishing Islamic State logo on the streets of New York City

The photos were spotted in pro-Islamic State channels on instant messaging app Telegram, according to terror watchdog group Memri.

Foreigners who joined Islamic State face almost certain death in last stand in Raqqa
World

Foreigners who joined Islamic State face almost certain death in last stand in Raqqa

The forces fighting the remnants of the Islamic State (IS) group in Syria have tacit instructions on dealing with the foreigners who joined the extremist group by the thousands: Kill them on the battlefield

Six people dead as suicide bomber blows himself up near Shia mosque in Kabul
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Six people dead as suicide bomber blows himself up near Shia mosque in Kabul

Up to six people were killed when a suicide bomber posing as a shepherd blew himself up near a Shiite mosque in Kabul on Friday, police said, as Muslims prepare to commemorate a key Islamic event

Islamic State releases purported audio message from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi asking militants to 'have patience'
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Islamic State releases purported audio message from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi asking militants to 'have patience'

The leader of the Islamic State group Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi urged followers to burn their enemies everywhere and target "media centers of the infidels"

Dangerous Minds: Read an excerpt from S Hussain Zaidi, Brijesh Singh's book that delves into terrorists' lives
Life

Dangerous Minds: Read an excerpt from S Hussain Zaidi, Brijesh Singh's book that delves into terrorists' lives

Dangerous Minds, by S Hussain Zaidi and Brijesh Singh, delves into the intricate back-stories of some of the most talked-about terrorists of the country

Bangladesh warns India of increased terrorist infiltration through eastern border states
India

Bangladesh warns India of increased terrorist infiltration through eastern border states

According to The Times of India, Bangladesh has submitted a report to the Indian government highlighting a recent surge in the infiltration of terrorists into India.

So, you feel for Amnesty International: Wipe away those tears and sample some of its vitriol
Politics

So, you feel for Amnesty International: Wipe away those tears and sample some of its vitriol

Our governments became alphabet soups of warring political factions even as the likes of Amnesty International made slow, steady but sure inroads.

As Pakistan pushes 10 jihadis into India, their bombs kill their own: Parrikar
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As Pakistan pushes 10 jihadis into India, their bombs kill their own: Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Saturday attacked Pakistan on the issue of terrorism and its handling of restive Balochistan.

No sedition here: Full text and video of JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar's speech which sparked the #JNUrow
India

No sedition here: Full text and video of JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar's speech which sparked the #JNUrow

This is a close transcription of the speech and in case of any discrepancy, the Hindi version will be deemed as final.

Attacks in Jakarta confirm fears of home-grown Islamic State jihadists: Analysts
World

Attacks in Jakarta confirm fears of home-grown Islamic State jihadists: Analysts

A "Paris-style" suicide strike on Jakarta confirmed Southeast Asian govts' worst fears that citizens returning from fighting alongside the Islamic State group in the Middle East could launch attacks at home.

UK Muslims And Extremism - Part 4: Denial and ignorance fuelling Muslim radicalisation
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UK Muslims And Extremism - Part 4: Denial and ignorance fuelling Muslim radicalisation

studies have revealed an extraordinary level of ignorance in the Muslim community on the issue with parents, invariably, the last to find out what their seemingly happy-clappy, fun-loving children have been up to.

Three terror attacks stun 3 continents: Islamist militants kill at least 63 in Tunisia, Kuwait and France
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Three terror attacks stun 3 continents: Islamist militants kill at least 63 in Tunisia, Kuwait and France

Three terror attacks in France, Tunisia and Kuwait wreaked havoc on Friday. The attacks bore the hallmarks of Islamist militants.

Hezbollah announces battle with IS along Syria-Lebanon border
World

Hezbollah announces battle with IS along Syria-Lebanon border

The head of Lebanon's Hezbollah movement announced on Wednesday that the powerful Shiite militia had begun to fight the Islamic State jihadist group

Masarat Alam release: Modi needs to stand up to Mufti's blackmail and stare him down
Politics

Masarat Alam release: Modi needs to stand up to Mufti's blackmail and stare him down

The PDP currently has the upper hand with the BJP in the J&K government, but this does not mean the BJP has no cards to play. But whatever Modi chooses to do, he has to focus on the long-term future of J&K. He has to stare the Mufti down

Shireen Dalvi and Charlie Hebdo: Why the intolerant prey on the vulnerable
India

Shireen Dalvi and Charlie Hebdo: Why the intolerant prey on the vulnerable

When editor of an Urdu daily Shireen Dalvi is targeted for innocently publishing a Charlie Hebdo cartoon and now has to wear a burkha to avoid being recognised, it shows how far down the pole of tolerance we have slipped. It also tells us why the intolerant prey on the vulnerable.

The PK debate: It's not about Aamir Khan's film, Sangh parivar should stop relying on victimhood
India

The PK debate: It's not about Aamir Khan's film, Sangh parivar should stop relying on victimhood

Vandalisation of theatres which were screening PK by Bajrang Dal reveals a pathetic mindset where every slight, real or imagined, must draw outrage.

Sixth year anniversary: Five lessons from a 26/11 survivor
Life

Sixth year anniversary: Five lessons from a 26/11 survivor

In the modern day world, risks are a plenty. None of these check on your profile, company, religion, class or seniority when they hit. They just hit. And we know now it can happen anywhere. Here are a few things we could all do to keep safer and better.

IS executed close to 1500 people in Syria since last June, says Human Rights body
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IS executed close to 1500 people in Syria since last June, says Human Rights body

The Islamic State (IS) Sunni radical group has executed at least 1,434 people in Syria since it proclaimed an Islamic Caliphate over the territory it controls in Syria and Iraq last June, said Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) director Rami Abdurrahman.

US-led airstrikes could re-unite Al Qaeda and Islamic State, say analysts
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US-led airstrikes could re-unite Al Qaeda and Islamic State, say analysts

Al Qaeda is using US airstrikes in Syria as a reason to extend olive branches to the renegade Islamic State group, say analysts.