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IM man claims Nepal key hub

In a startling revelation, Indian Mujahideen operative Danish Ansari revealed during custodial interrogation that Nepal is now the biggest hub for IM operatives.

Centre unlikely to put delhi cops under state

The Centre is unlikely to accept one of the key suggestions of Justice J.S. Verma — that the Delhi police should be placed under the administrative control of the state government.

‘Headley shielded from strict measure’

Indian intelligence and security establishment is viewing the sentencing of David Coleman Headley with a “lot of scepticism” with sources indicating that the Lashkar-e-Tayyaba operative’s plea bargain

Shinde spoke after warning by intel outfits

It’s not without reason that home minister Sushilkumar Shinde raised the “saffron terror” issue at the Congress’ recent “Chintan Shivir” in Jaipur. Government sources said in the run-up to the conclave, the intelligence agencies had in a report warned the home ministry there was a “real threat from right-wing extremist organisations”.

Pak must be dealt with iron fist: MPs

In a significant move that could well influence India’s response to future border skirmishes with Pakistan, some members at the Union Cabinet‘s meeting on Thursday raised the issue of allowing Indian

Pak threat: Summer plans a step ahead

Indian security agencies seem to have become wiser post the brutal attack and mutilation of Indian soldiers along the Line of Control as they have already started putting in place an elaborate bluepri

Intelligence alert: Pak plans ‘more lethal’ Poonch strikes

Pakistan may well be gearing up for yet another onslaught on Indian forces deployed along the Line of Control, only this time the attack may be a lot more lethal and severe than the one seen recently

Govt plans to separate active policing, law & order

In a significant move that may well change the basic functioning of the police in the country, the government has plans to segregate their law and order duties from active policing. What in effect this means is that the main functioning of the uniformed force at the police station level will be completely insulated from law and order arrangements.

‘Mecca, train blasts part of same plan’

In a startling revelation Rajender Chaudhary alias Samundar Singh, the prime suspect who had planted explosives on the Samjhauta Express train, has disclosed during his custodial interrogation to the

Malik’s India visit ends in total failure

Pakistan interior minister Rehman Malik’s three-day India visit ending Sunday was described as a “damp squib” by top government sources, who said New Delhi was disappointed at no substantial forward movement on contentious issues like action against Hafiz Saeed, a categorical assurance on giving voice samples of 26/11 accused and a crackdown against terror outfits operating from Pakistani soil.

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