Police is yet to make any headway in Monday's bomb attack on an Israeli embassy car in New Delhi.
The rise of homegrown terror modules in India is one of the most significant developments in the fight against terror, said Home Minister P Chidambaram during a House debate on Thursday. Would Chidambaram’s statement change the ground realities?
Breivik believes that his attack is the opening salvo in a wider campaign — to liberate Europeans from what he views as malevolent, Marxist-oriented governments.
If the Oslo terror suspect was inspired by right-wing anti-immigrant ideology, it's a powerful signal that Europe's experiment in multiculturalism is tearing its soul apart.
The suspected attacker has been identified as Anders Behring Breivik, a blond and blue-eyed Norwegian who expressed right-wing and anti-Muslim views on the Internet.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan was candid about his comments on what is wrong with the police force. Maybe it's time to act on this realisation.
The recent terror attack in Mumbai figured very high on the agenda of the ongoing India-US strategic dialogue in New Delhi, reminding both the sides, that the war on terror is well far from over.
The loose cannon of the Congress is at it again with provocative suggestions about the role of Hindu outfits in the Mumbai blasts.
Union Home Secretary RK Singh said that the CCTV footage from Dadar, Opera House and Zaveri Bazaar was being scrutinised closely to try and spot the culprits who may have planted the bombs.
Here’s one heartening trend amid terror strikes. Nobody is ratcheting up the communal rhetoric. Terror is no more about communities.
Nearly two-and-a-half years after 26/11, the Maharashtra has not implemented even a fraction of the changes suggested by various committees. Where is the seriousness about security?
Mumbai and other cities have been through enough terrorist attacks to have evolved a proper protocol on dealing with the aftermath. Politicians and public have to be kept away from blast sites and hospitals for a while
We can never be entirely safe in a free society. But trading freedom for security is a fool's game — as Americans now realise.
There are times when normal laws cannot be used to counter terrorists. The US' tough approach post 9/11 shows that giving no quarter to terrorists works. We have to bite the bullet on this.
As a nation we seem to be unwilling to learn from the past or do what needs to be done. After 13/7, we should stop the blame game and start doing the things everyone knows must be done.
The occasion called for sober words to calm down a hurt city but a day after the Mumbai blasts leaders get into political point scoring.
Strongly condemning the bomb blasts, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said the perpetrators must be pursued relentlessly to bring them to justice quickly.