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25-30 IM, LeT modules active?

Sustained interrogation of Yasin Bhatkal, chief of Indian Mujahideen’s India operations, has revealed that at least 25 to 30 terror modules of both IM and Lashkar-e-Tayyaba are currently active in the

‘Modi didn’t rise to the occasion’

Describing Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi as his “god”, former chief of Gujarat police’s crime branch and ATS D.G.

Vanzara quits IPS, hits out at Modi, aide

In a move that could have far-reaching consequences for Gujarat CM Narendra Modi, his trusted aide Amit Shah and the BJP, jailed former Gujarat ATS chief D.G.

Intel warns of communal stir

Even though VHP’s controversial 84 Kosi Parikrama Yatra may have turned out to be a damp squib, there is a “considerable threat’’ that Uttar Pradesh might face communal unrest in the months to come as “certain elements’’ are trying to foment trouble in the State.

India militants under ISI pressure?

The Pakistan Army and its elite intelligence unit, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), is mounting pressure on Indian militants holed up in Pakistan to either step up their terror activities against India or leave their country. This startling revelation has been made by Abdul Karim Tunda, the key Lashkar-e-Tayyaba operative, who is being interrogated by multiple security agencies.

Dawood running flourishing empire in Pak

Two of the recent phone calls of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim intercepted by the Intelligence Bureau have not only confirmed his presence in Pakistan but reveal that he continues to run a flourishing empire out of Karachi. This new revelation is at complete variance from claims of former Pakistan diplomat Shahryar Khan that Dawood Ibrahim had been chased out of Pakistan.

CAG queries steep cost of VVIP copters

The Comptroller and Auditor-General has come down heavily on both the defence ministry and the Indian Air Force for several lapses in the procurement process for VVIP helicopters worth `3,727 crores from AgustaWestland.

Overground workers under lens

The ground assessment report of intelligence agencies regarding the ongoing clashes in the Kishtwar region submitted to the Union home ministry points towards the possible involvement of overground wo

Lethal attack by Pak Army foiled

Close on the heels of the brutal killing of five Indian soldiers in Poonch by the Pakistan Army, its elite Special Services Group commandos assisted by a strong contingent of about 12 militants, launched a similar but more lethal attack in Mendhar sector late Wednesday night.

Elite Pak unit trains LeT, Jaish in PoK

Credible information gathered by Indian intelligence agencies has revealed that the Pakistan Army’s elite commando unit, Special Services Group (SSG), has been running a fully operational training camp in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, for operatives of the Lashkar-e-Tayyaba and Jaish-e-Mohammed.

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