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NTRO told to crack terror cell software

The elite National Techni-cal Research Organisation (NTRO) has been tasked with devising technology to crack software now being used by terror outfits to evade tracking of their cell phones by intelligence agencies.

12 Lashkar, IM cells target major cities?

Indian intelligence and security agencies are realising how important a catch top Lashkar-e-Tayabba operative Abu Jundal is turning out to be. After Jundal’s disclosure led to the busting of a key Indian Mujahideen module involved in the Pune serial bombings, he has now revealed at least 12 such IM and Lashkar modules have been trained to target major Indian cities.

Centre mulls IPC, CrPC changes

With the Congress president and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi sending out a strong symbolic message by visiting the rape victim in Jind, the Centre too has swung into action planning significant changes in the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) regarding crime against women.

WAITING FOR MERCY

Ajmal Kasab

The quality of mercy’, as Shakespeare called it, is indeed under strain, what with the Supreme Court’s recent decision, upholding the death sentence of Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab. Kasab, surviving captive of the 26/11 attack on Mumbai, sent his mercy petition to the Maharashtra government only to have it rejected three weeks ago.

Babbar Khalsa taking ISI aid to revive sleeper cells

The National Investigation Agency has found credible information which confirms that Babbar Khalsa International, which incidentally is the prime suspect behind the attack on Lt. Gen. K.S. Brar in Lon

Babbar Khalsa taking ISI aid to revive sleeper cells

The National Investigation Agency has found credible information which confirms that Babbar Khalsa International, which incidentally is the prime suspect behind the attack on Lt. Gen. K.S.

CVC tells CBI: Probe states’ role

The Central Vigilance Commission has asked the CBI to investigate in detail the role of various state governments, particularly the coal rich states, in the coalgate scam.

LeT behind Valley attack on shrines

Security agencies have across credible evidence that terror outfits, particularly the Lashkar-e-Tayyaeba, has masterminded the spate of attacks on holy shrines in the Kashmir Valley over the last few months. This also includes the important holy shrine of Dastagir Sahib that was gutted in a mysterious fire in Srinagar in June this year.

Intel hints at Pak network in south

Central intelligence agencies in a specific advisory sent last week to intelligence units and special branches of the state police in southern India has warned that Pakistan had now set up a formidable network of operatives in Sri Lanka with the specific purpose of getting information on key defence and strategic installations in the southern region.

Body on natural resources allocation?

Even though Thursday’s crucial Supreme Court observation on allocation of natural resources may have come as a shot in the arm for the UPA government, it is now toying with the idea of constituting a

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