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Series of attacks kill 31 in Iraq


A series of at least 10 attacks across Iraq, including a bombing at a state-owned oil company, killed 31 people and wounded more than 80 others, security and medical officials said on Sunday.

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Terror taint: Brother loses job


Even as the CCB, the Bengaluru city police, the NIA and various other investigating teams are quizzing the 14 terror suspects picked up in Karnataka, their families are dealing with the fall-out - a s

DGPs warned of nationwide IM resurgence

The homegrown terror outfit Indian Mujahideen has transformed into a “factory churning out terrorists” in India. The police top brass across India has been warned that the IM’s “resurgence” is taking

Hand over Army to me, I’ll straighten out nation: Bal Thackeray


Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray on Saturday claimed that he would solve all the problems facing the country, if he was given charge of the Indian Army.

Bomber kills six teens in Kabul: Officials


A suicide bomber struck outside NATO headquarters in Kabul on Saturday, killing six street children a day after the United States moved to blacklist the Haqqani faction as a terrorist organisation.


Prime Minister is not shying away from Pak visit: Krishna


India on Saturday refused to give a firm commitment on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to Pakistan saying that the atmosphere has to be 'ripe' and something 'worthwhile' should come out from suc

Mission unworthy: Saudi handler cut Hubli brigade loose

The terror suspects arrested in the assassination plots have indicated that the Hubli module operatives may have been cut loose by their handler in Saudi Arabia and asked to fund their ‘personal vende

US to designate Haqqani network as a terrorist group


The United States will designate the Pakistan-based Haqqani network, accused of some high-profile attacks, as a terrorist group, the U.S. State Department said on Friday.

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DGPs to focus on tackling IM

The heads of the state police forces, who will meet at the annual DGPs’ conference here on Thursday, appear to be at their wits’ end on how to deal with 'home-grown terror' networks.

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Increasing evidence of terrorists taking to cyber-space: Shinde


Cyber-space has become another tool in the hands of terrorists who post 'motivated rumours' in social networking sites thereby creating a new challenge to the security forces in the country, Union

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