London police shoot man dead after two injured in Streatham stabbing; treating it as terror-related incident, say cops
London’s Metropolitan Police said it is investigating a terror-related incident after a number of people were stabbed and officers shot a man Sunday.
Jammu and Kashmir admin says 2G mobile internet services to be restored in Valley from today till 31 Jan; social media to remain out of bounds
The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Friday ordered for 2G internet services to be restored in the Kashmir Valley from midnight on the intervening night between Friday and Saturday, reports said. The restoration of the 2G internet facility on mobile phones will continue till 31 January after which it will be reviewed further, the order said.
SMS, voice calls restored for local prepaid mobiles in J&K; 2G internet resumes on postpaid in Kupwara, Bandipora districts
Prepaid mobile connections were restored in Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday and 2G services resumed in two districts of the valley after being disconnected in August last year, an official said.
Jammu and Kashmir admin cites terror threat for not resuming internet in Valley, says ban necessary for integrity of India, maintaining public order
The Jammu and Kashmir administration has cited possible misuse of the internet by anti-national elements and terrorists as a reason for not restoring these services for the general public and media in the Kashmir Valley
160 terrorists killed in Jammu and Kashmir in 2019, but 102 Pakistan-origin ultras still active in state; overall decrease in terror incidents, say police
As many as 160 terrorists were killed in Jammu and Kashmir this year, while 250 ultras, including 102 of Pakistani origin, were active in the Valley, DGP Dilbag Singh said, noting that terror incidents have decreased
Pakistan's effort to disprove India's claim of destroying terror launchpads across LoC may fall flat due to its track record in curbing terrorism
Amid international worries over the condition of human rights in various regions of Pakistan, Islamabad on Tuesday attempted to debunk India's claims of having destroyed three terror camps on the Pakistani side across the Line of Control (LoC). Pakistan gave foreign diplomats a tour of the areas India claimed to have targetted, to ascertain whether there was damage done to terrorists or "civillians".
Indonesia’s chief security minister Wiranto stabbed by couple belonging to group linked to Islamic State
Two members of an IS-linked terror network stabbed Indonesia's chief security minister Wiranto on Thursday, the intelligence head said, as the powerful politician underwent emergency surgery for his wounds
Pakistan activated 20 terror camps, 20 launch pads along LoC after temporarily closing them post Pulwama attack, say officials
Pakistan has activated at least 20 terror camps and another 20 launch pads along the Line of Control with increased efforts to ensure infiltration of as many terrorists as it can into Jammu and Kashmir before the onset of winter
Arms, ammunition dropped at Punjab's Tarn Taran were hidden inside defunct rice mill in Jhabba; six arrests made so far
The Khalistani terrorists, who received arms and ammunitions in Punjab from across the border via a drone, had hid the drone and the weapons in an abandoned rice mill near Tarn Taran
Army steps up vigil over inputs of possible terror attack in southern India; Kerala issues high alert
The Indian Army on Monday said it has received 'many inputs' about a possible terrorist attack in southern or peninsular India and asserted that it was taking precautions to thwart designs of inimical elements.
MEA condemns 'irresponsible statements' by Pakistan's leaders, says neighbouring country must act against terror groups operating from its soil
In a press briefing held on Thursday, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar strongly condemned the Pakistani leadership’s 'highly irresponsible' statements on matters internal to India
Security tightened in Tamil Nadu after intelligence warns of infiltration by Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists
Security has been tightened across Tamil Nadu following intelligence inputs that members of the Lashkar-e-Taiba had infiltrated into the state, police said on Friday
Gautam Navlakha, Naxal groups were in touch with Hizbul Mujahideen, Kashmiri separatists, Pune Police tells Bombay HC
Activist Gautam Navlakha and the Naxal groups he was associated with were in touch with Hizbul Mujahideen and Kashmiri separatist leaders, Pune Police claimed
Stop killing innocents, target those who looted Jammu and Kashmir, Governor Satya Pal Malik tells militants; statement invites ire of politicians
Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik asked militants to stop killing innocent people, including security personnel, and rather target 'those who have looted the wealth of Kashmir for years', a statement which evoked severe criticism from mainstream politicians
Three months after being ravaged by Easter Sunday blasts, Sri Lanka’s St Sebastian’s Church reconsecrated
The St Sebastian's Church in Sri Lanka's western coastal town of Negombo was reconsecrated on Sunday, three months after it was badly damaged in the Easter Sunday blasts that rocked the island nation
Firstpost Editor's Picks: BJP's pursuit of power, Al-Qaeda’s Indian homecoming, Wimbledon, World Cup finals; today's must-read stories
Firstpost Editor's Picks: BJP's pursuit of power in Karnataka, Goa West Bengal, New Delhi must prepare for Al-Qaeda’s Indian homecoming, Wimbledon, World Cup 2019 finals; today's must-read stories
Monsoon Session of Parliament: 160 Islamic State members, sympathisers arrested across India, govt informs Lok Sabha
As many as 160 members and sympathisers of the banned terrorist organisation Islamic State (IS) have been arrested so far from different parts of the country, the Lok Sabha was informed
Pakistan accuses India of 'politicising' talks at FATF meeting after terror watchdog decides to keep Islamabad on grey list
Pakistan managed to garner the support of Turkey, China and Malaysia to avoid being placed on the FATF blacklist at the meeting, a media report said on Friday.
China, Malaysia, Turkey bail out Pakistan at FATF: Islamabad may stall till it's Beijing's turn to head body
China, especially has backed Islamabad on multiple occasion despite increased global pressure spurred by India's relentless campaign.
FATF sets Pakistan October deadline to curb terror funding or face action, asks country to demonstrate effective results
Reacting to the FATF's warning, Pakistan on Friday said it was committed to taking measures needed to implement the action plan agreed with the FATF to come out of the grey list.