MHA introduces UAPA amendment bill in Lok Sabha, claims decline in terror-related incidents due to 'zero tolerance policy'
Moving the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Amendment Bill, 2019, in the Lok Sabha, MoS Home Kishan Reddy said 'this government was working against terrorism with zero tolerance.'
Asaduddin Owaisi backs Kamal Haasan's 'India's first terrorist was Hindu' remark, supports KCR's Federal Front pitch
Owaisi was referring to Kamal Haasan's statement on Monday, when he called Nathuram Godse, the man who assassinated Mahatma Gandhi, as the "first Hindu terrorist" in independent India.
Vote-bank politics or not, Kamal Haasan's 'Hindu terrorist' remark shows politicians are incapable of severing terror-religion link
Kamal Haasan's "India's first Hindu terrorist' remark: Politicians have their sights set on ultimate political gains, and labeling an entire religion as one of terrorists for the acts of a few couldn't matter less to them.
NIA arrests 21-year-old from Meerut for supplying weapons to suspected Islamic State-inspired terror group; weapons recovered
The NIA also recovered a locally-made rocket launcher, material for suicide vests and 112 alarm clocks to be used as timers during its searches in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.
India ranked 3 among countries hit most by terror attacks in 2016; Pakistan follows at rank 4: Report
The total number of terror attacks in 2016 decreased by 9 percent, and total deaths due to terrorist attacks decreased by 13 percent compared to 2015.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a chargesheet against Pakistani national Bahadur Ali, who was arrested in Kashmir in July last year, alleging that he was working for terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and was planning to carry out attacks at several places including Delhi.
India should hit back at Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism in this country, BJP member RK Singh said in Lok Sabha on Friday, adding there is no point in talking to the neighbouring country.
Tiger shouldn't forget that his brother died because he wanted to dissociate the family with his (Tiger's) heinous crime.
Pakistan on Thursday said the dates for the NSA-level talks with India as agreed by the Prime Ministers are still under consideration.
Congress, BJP clash over 'Hindu terrorism' remark: Rajnath has taken comment out of context, says Chidambaram
Rajnath Singh's accusation that the term "Hindu terrorism" was coined during UPA rule unleashed a war of words today with Congress alleging distortion and that it was being raised by BJP to "polarise" the country while the latter raked up Rahul Gandhi's remarks on radical groups.
US has issued a worldwide travel caution for its citizens including in India in the wake of increased threat coming in particular from the expanding global presence of the Islamic State.
The moot point is certainly not about law, but about ethics.
It is characteristic of a weak state to pretend strength by pouncing on players weaker than itself in the cause of "justice". The proposed death sentence on Yakub Memon is a testimony to the failure of the justice system to deliver true justice
Yasin Bhatkal, former head of dreaded terror outfit Indian Mujahideen, has succeeded in dropping a bombshell from the confines of the four walls of high-security prison at Cherlapally in Hyderabad.
Forced to drink urine, have sex with stray dog: 2002 Mumbai blasts witness accuses police of torture
According to a report in The Indian Express, after he was arrested by the police, the man was made to drink from a gutter, drink another accused's urine and also have sex with a stray dog.
SIMI has made the most of the laxity of MP government. Mocking at the ban imposed 13 years ago, the organisation has spread its presence to 21 out of 51 districts.
In the wake of the terror attack on a school in Pakistan's Peshawar, Centre today asked all states to beef up security particularly in educational institutions.
There is "negligible" support from Indian youth for Islamic State, Rajnath Singh said giving credit to families from minority communities.
The Bengaluru-based executive denied that he was pro-Islamic State voice behind @ShamiWitness and he admitted to the allegations to get the reporter off his back.
On the anniversary of the attack on Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today saluted those who were martyred protecting the temple of democracy.