Nepal emerges biggest hub for Indian Mujahideen, says US report; porous border makes India vulnerable to terror attacks
In a recently released report, ‘Country Report on Terrorism 2018’, the US State Department has said that IM, which has ties with terrorist groups LeT, JeM is using Nepal as a hub to carry out terrorist activities against India
India's Most Wanted box office collection: Arjun Kapoor's spy thriller earns Rs 8.66 cr on opening weekend
India's Most Wanted is said to be based on the arrest of terrorist Yasin Bhatkal, who was a key conspirator in three terror acts carried out in different cities in India.
India's Most Wanted: Makers of Arjun Kapoor's spy thriller to avoid morning shows as distribution strategy
India's Most Wanted marks the first collaboration between Arjun Kapoor and writer-director Raj Kumar Gupta.
India's Most Wanted director Rajkumar Gupta has made a range of thrillers, from the 2011 crime thriller No One Killed Jessica to the 2018 procedural thriller Raid.
Arjun Kapoor on India's Most Wanted, shooting for Panipat, and why questions on impending wedding bug him
"When I had signed the film, he (Raj Kumar Gupta) had categorically said that I don’t want you to play a hero and I found that very fascinating," says Arjun Kapoor on India's Most Wanted.
Karnataka polls: In 'terror-tainted' Bhatkal, Hindu-Muslim divide polarises voters as well as decides candidates
Religion has emerged as the main poll agenda in 'terror-tainted' Bhatkal town of Uttara Kannada in the run-up to the Karnataka Assembly polls with both BJP and Congress pitting voters from the two communities against each other
A Delhi court on Tuesday framed conspiracy and other terror charges against Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his associate in a case related to the September 2008 serial blasts in Delhi that claimed 26 lives and left 135 people injured.
After 2000, polarisation along religious lines became more pronounced in Mangaluru and coastal Karnataka. The battle lines based on religion were drawn.
Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal, sentenced to death in a blast case, moved to court seeking a CBI probe into alleged human rights violations at Tihar jail.
Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Yasin Bhatkal on Thursday denied before a court his involvement in serial blasts in Delhi in September 2008 that claimed 26 lives and left 135 people injured.
The city crime branch sleuths have arrested an accused, wanted for nine years in connection with the 2008 Ahmedabad serial bomb blasts case, from Kozhikode in Kerala, a senior official said on Wednesday.
The call went unanswered at the Siddibapa residence in Bhatkal town in coastal Karnataka on Monday evening.
This is the first time that top leaders of the Indian Mujahideen, including the group's co-founder Yasin Bhatkal, are convicted in a terror attack in the country.
In the first ever conviction of banned Indian Mujahideen cadres in a terror case, a special NIA court here convicted Mohammed Ahmed Siddibappa alias Yasin Bhatkal and four others for being involved in 2013 twin blasts at Dilsukhnagar which had claimed 18 lives.
The Bombay High Court said the period already undergone by German Bakery convict Himayat Baig in prison shall be considered as part of the sentence.
Himayat Baig, who the police said was a member of Indian Mujahideen, was arrested in September 2010 for involvement in the blast at German Bakery.
A special MCOCA court is expected to pronounce its verdict in the 2006 Mumbai serial bomb blasts case on Friday, news reports said.
Jailed Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Mohammed Ahmed Siddibapa alias Yasin Bhatkal has alleged he is facing threat to his life from police and sought round-the-clock surveillance
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.
Will be released soon, Yasin Bhatkal tells wife from jail: Is Islamic State helping IM terror accused?
In a major breach in a high security prison at Hyderabad, it has been found that Yasin Bhatkal has access to a phone and has been making calls to his wife, talking about getting out of prison and hinting at the involvement of Islamic State.