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IM formed Bullet 313 to mislead intel agencies?

Even as the investigators are keeping mum about the identity of the perpetrators of the serial blasts in Mumbai, Central investigating agencies are reviewing the inputs gathered by them in the past two years.

MHA ignored IM operative’s input

The information provided by the last India Mujahideen operative to be arrested has been ignored by the Union home ministry. Though both the Central and state governments maintained there have been no intelligence inputs on any fresh terror attacks, Salman, alias Chotu, an IM operative arrested by the Uttar Pradesh ATS, had revealed the IM’s plans to strike Mumbai soon. He had also said during interrogation that the IM was regrouping in order to strike in different places, including Mumbai.

IB traces a pattern of strikes: on 13th and 26th

Mumbai may never be completely safe, as its citizens found Wednesday evening when terror struck the city again over two and a half years after the horrific 26/11 attacks in 2008. In a bizarre way, Wednesday’s serial blasts took place on the 13th day of the month, a coincidence which the police might find hard to explain away, given that several earlier terror attacks in the country had taken place either on the 13th or the 26th of a month.

Cops: It may be a joint attack

With no terror outfit claiming responsibility for the three explosions that rocked the city on Wednesday, the Mumbai police believes that the blasts were a joint action by several Islamic terror groups.

Chhota Rajan’s close aide held

After dodging the police for almost five years, Umed-ul-Rehman, the Mumbai police’s most-wanted criminal, was arrested by the crime branch on Thursday from Goa.

Neeraj Grover friends taunt Maria’s ‘innocence’

While convicted Kannada starlet Maria Susairaj held a press conference to proclaim her innocence in the Neeraj Grover murder case, a chorus of voices from the slain Grover’s friends greeted everyone p

Anger as guilty starlet faces media


While convicted Kannada starlet Maria Susa-iraj held a press conference to proclaim her innocence in the Neeraj Grover murder case, a chorus of voices fro-m the slain Grover’s friends greeted everyone. “Let the killer speak,” they cried.

Susairaj will move HC, Grover’s friends furious

Speaking for convicted Kannada starlet Maria Susairaj, her lawyer Sharif Shaikh said they would even move the Bombay high court as she felt she was completely innocent in the matter and wanted to prove it.

Body was in pieces, but it’s not murder

Three years after Neeraj Grover (26), the creative head of a production house, was killed and his body cut into pieces for disposal, Kannada starlet Maria Susairaj and former Navy officer Emile Jerome Mathew were let off on the charge of murder.

Did UK Indian drug lord order Dey hit?

Following weeks of exploring varied theories into the killing of veteran journalist Jyotirmoy Dey, the Mumbai police now suspects it may have been a hit ordered by an Indian drug baron based in the United Kingdom. The drug baron in question has long been on India’s list for extradition, but the Indian authorities have been unable to do so due to their failure to present a watertight case before the British authorities.

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