The accused, who belong to states including Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Maharashtra, said they had gathered in Surat to take part in a seminar in a peaceful manner
Ahead of 2021 Bengal polls, NIA arrest of suspected Al-Qaeda operatives in state puts TMC in fix; BJP likely to cash in
According to Amal Kumar Mukhopadhyay, a former principal of Presidency College in Kolkata, the BJP will sharpen its campaign against the state government and the state’s ruling party will find itself in a defensive position.
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
India is increasingly facing internal security threats from the illegal arms manufacturers because the inflow of weapons to neighbouring Bangladesh and Myanmar have come down considerably after the border security was beefed up
Bhopal jailbreak: Inquiry report clears MP cops over SIMI men's encounter, but leaves many questions unanswered
The inquiry report on the SIMI encounter after the Bhopal jailbreak held that the use of force was "quite inevitable and quite reasonable".
Madhya Pradesh judicial panel says use of force 'inevitable' against SIMI men killed in encounter after 2016 Bhopal jailbreak
Eight members of the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), who had escaped from the Bhopal Central Jail in October 2016, were shot dead by the police near Bhopal.
MHA writes to states, seeks information on activities of SIMI before taking a call on its prohibition
The Centre has written to state governments seeking an update on the activities of radical students group SIMI so that a final call could be taken on the continuation of the ban imposed on it beyond January next year.
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.
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
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 founder and accused in 2008 Gujarat blasts Abdul Subhan Qureshi held in Ghazipur after brief encounter
Abdul Subhan Qureshi, a founding member of the Indian Mujahideen, was under the radar of the intelligence agencies for his involvement in the 2008 serial blasts in Gujarat.
The Delhi High Court has directed the Centre to consider an application seeking to denotify the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) as a 'terrorist organisation'.
Popular Front of India accuses Centre of vilification for taking stand against Sangh Parivar ideology
The Popular Front of India (PFI) on Sunday accused the central government of repression and tarnishing its image as a consequence of its "consistent stand" against the "fascist ideology of Sangh Parivar".
Shivraj Singh Chouhan rubbishes anti-incumbency factor, says cow vigilantism, intolerance not poll issues
Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is confident he suffers from no anti-incumbency against his government nor are intolerance and cow vigilantism issues for him in the state that goes to polls next year.
Samjhauta Express blast case: UPA govt let terrorists go scot-free and defamed Hindu religion, says BJP
BJP members in the Lok Sabha alleged that the erstwhile UPA government had allowed LeT and SIMI terrorists to go scot-free in the Samjhauta train blast case.
The Rajya Sabha witnessed heated exchanges between treasury benches and Congress members as three BJP lawmakers raised the issue of Samjhauta Express train blast of 2005.
The Madhya Pradesh government on Thursday extended by three months the term of the single-member judicial commission, set up to probe the daring jailbreak by eight Students' Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) operatives last year.