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Farmers' protest: SAD accuses Centre of using NIA, ED to 'threaten, intimidate' protesting union leaders
Party chief Sukhbir Singh Badal also said that Centre was being 'insincere' in talks over the farm laws and that it is 'trying to tire the farmers' out
MHA mulls PFI ban for 'stoking violent' anti-CAA protests; controversial Kerala-based group has long been on NIA radar
The Popular Front of India (PFI), a federation that was formed in 2006 as a successor to the National Democratic Front (NDF), has come under the scanner of the Union home ministry for allegedly instigating demonstrators to clash with the Uttar Pradesh police
NIA searches six locations in Pulwama, Srinagar in connection with 'illegal money transfer' through cross-LoC trade
The NIA on Tuesday carried out searches at six locations in Pulwama and Srinagar against some businessmen in connection with cross-LoC trade.
IS-inspired module busted: NIA says it has 'firm evidence' to nail suspects, claims recovered bombs 'potent terror weapons'
The NIA on Friday presented a point-by-point rebuttal to the political furore over the raids done by the investigative agency in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday.
Bhima Koregaon riots probe: Bombay HC to hear plea against ADG PB Singh, Maharashtra Police over media briefing in sub judice case
Social activist Sanjay Bhalerao, who claims to be to be a witness to the Bhima Koregaon violence, filed a public interest litigation (PIL) in the Bombay High Court seeking action against Additional Director General ,Param Bir Singh and the other policemen for briefing the media and disclosing evidence.
The pronouncement of the quantum of sentence for the five individuals convicted in the 2013 Bodh Gaya serial blast case was deferred to Friday.
NIA is not going to appeal against the trial court judgment acquitting Swami Assemanand in the Mecca Masjid blast case from 2007
A special National Investigative Agency (NIA) court on Friday convicted five Indian Mujahideen militants in the 2013 Bodh Gaya serial blasts case in which several persons including Buddhist monks were injured.
Rajnath Singh inaugurates NIA headquarters in Delhi, says agency will soon break morale of terrorists
Rajnath Singh on Tuesday called terrorism a "curse for the civilised society", and said the NIA will soon choke the foreign fund trail to the terrorists operating in the country
Kashmiri separatists sentenced to 10-day NIA custody; charged with using Pakistani funds to sponsor terror
A Delhi court on Tuesday remanded seven Kashmiri separatists, arrested a day earlier on charges of taking funds from Pakistan to sponsor terror activities and stone pelting in the Kashmir Valley, in National Investigation Agency (NIA) custody for 10 days.
The National Investigative Agency (NIA) on Saturday began a probe into the discovery of high-grade PETN explosive inside the Uttar Pradesh assembly, an official said
Stone-pelters and security forces clashed at a number of places in Kashmir due to a strike called by the separatists against restrictions imposed by by govt
Jammu and Kashmir CRPF camp attack: Home ministry likely to hand over probe to NIA; Lashkar-e-Taiba suspected
The home ministry is likely to hand over the probe into Monday's attack on a CRPF camp in Jammu and Kashmir to the National Investigation Agency
Jammu and Kashmir separatist leaders call govt raids inhuman; warns NIA of 'dire consequences' if they continue
Denouncing the raids by NIA in Kashmir, the separatist camp here warned of "dire consequences" and protests against "arbitrary measures" by the government.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday carried out searches at 14 places in Kashmir and eight places in Delhi in connection with terror funding received from Pakistan for carrying out subversive activities in the Valley.
Srinagar: Nayeem Khan, the senior separatist leader who allegedly confessed to receiving funds from Pakistan to create unrest in the Valley in a sting operation by a news channel, on Saturday termed the video as "doctored and fake".
The authorities on Saturday dismissed a Hurriyat meeting scheduled at separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani's residence here to discuss a sting operation
Death of one of the 21 youths, who had left Kerala to join the Islamic State in June last year, has neither shocked the family of the deceased nor the family of those who went missing.
Concerned by recent cases of train derailments, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu wrote to Home Minister Rajnath Singh seeking an NIA probe into the alleged possibilities of rail track sabotage by "outsiders", officials said on Wednesday.
The path is now clear for the Centre to take a tough stand vis-à-vis the Hurriyat and adopt a two-pronged strategy.