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Netherlands T20 Tri-series: Ireland tie with Scotland at 185 in high-strung match 18.6.2018 DNA: Mumbai
A high-scoring match between Ireland and Scotland in Netherlands T20 Tri-series ended up in a tie on Sunday. This is the first T20I game that was left at level instead of deciding the outcome by a super over or a bowl out. Stuart Thompson of Ireland stole two runs off the final ball that helped the team level the score. Paul Stirling lead Ireland's response to Scotland's target of 185 runs by hitting 81 runs.  Scotland won the toss and decided to bat. Captain Kyle Coetzer and George Munsey gave a strong start to their side with a 100 run partnership. Coetzer hit 54 before falling to Simi Singh. Munsey posted 46 runs before being dismissed by George Dockrell. Paul Stirling hadn't scored for Ireland when he was dropped at the deep square leg for six off Safyaan Sharif's spell. After that, the Irish player scored his half-century in just 27-balls and posted a total of 81 off 41 balls until he became Hamza Tahir's maiden T20I wicket. Safyaan Sharif and Stu Whittingham both took two Irish wickets, with Sharif ...
Centre seeks update on SIMI activities 5.6.2018 Hindu: National
Home Ministry writes to States ahead of January 2019 ban review
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2013 Bodh Gaya blasts case: NIA court gives life imprisonment to five Indian Mujahideen terrorists 1.6.2018 Zee News : India National
The NIA court had last week convicted the five Indian Mujahideen terrorists in the blasts case.
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Poor tourist traffic forces Apple to shut Atlantic city store, lay off 52 26.5.2018 Business Standard: News Now
Apple last closed a store in Simi Valley, California, for similar reasons
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NIA court convicts five IM militants in 2013 Bodh Gaya blasts 25.5.2018 General News
A special NIA court here today convicted five Indian Mujahideen militants in the 2013 Bodh Gaya serial blasts case in which several persons including Buddhist monks were injured. Special NIA judge Manoj Kumar Sinha held all the five accused - Imtiyaz Ansari, Haider Ali, Mujib Ullah, Omair Siddiqui and Azharuddin Qureishi - guilty in the case under various sections of the Indian Penal Code, Unlawful Activity (Prevention) Act and the Explosives Act. The court fixed May 31 as the date for pronouncement of the quantum of sentence. The world-renowned Buddhist pilgrim town of Bodh Gaya was rocked by a series of explosions on the morning of July 7, 2013 which had left a number of people, including some Buddhist monks, injured. A sixth accused in the case - Taufiq Ahmed - was less than 18 years of age and sentenced to three years in remand home by a juvenile court last year which found him guilty of involvement in the case. All the six accused have also been associated with the banned ...
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RI for 18 in SIMI camp case 15.5.2018 Hindu: Home
Camp held at Thangalpara in Wagamon from December 10 to 12, 2007
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Safdar Nagori, 17 SIMI cadres sentenced to 7-yr RI in Kerala 15.5.2018 General News
A special NIA court here sentenced 18 SIMI members, including its leader Safdar Nagori, to seven years of rigorous imprisonment (RI) today, after they were found guilty of organising an arms training camp for the members of the banned outfit in Kerala in 2007. Special NIA court Judge Kauser Edappagath also sentenced the convicts to varying terms of imprisonment under different sections of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), the Explosive Substances Act (ESA) and section 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). They were sentenced to one-year RI under section 10 and five-year RI under section 38 of the UAPA, seven-year RI under section 4 of the ESA and seven-year RI under section 120-B, IPC. Of the convicts, 13 were also found guilty under section 20 of the UAPA (punishment for being a member of a terrorist organisation/gang) and sentenced to seven years of RI. The court imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh each on the 13 convicts found guilty under various ...
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SIMI camp case: NIA court sentences 18 convicts to 7 years imprisonment 15.5.2018 General News
A National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday pronounced seven years imprisonment to 18 convicts in connection with 2007 Wagamon SIMI camp case.The court also pronounced a penalty of Rs 25,000.Earlier on Monday, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) court in Kochi convicted 18 of the 35 people accused of organising a secret camp of the banned Islamic Students Federation of India (SIMI) in Kerala's Wagamon.The rest of the accused facing trial were acquitted.A case was registered on the basis of a complaint that a secret training camp was organised allegedly by the SIMI at Thangalpara, Wagamon in the state during December 2007.The agency later alleged that the SIMI cadres were involved in physical and arms training, firing practices, motorbike racing and rope climbing practices in the camp.
Safdar Nagori, 17 SIMI cadres sentenced to 7 yrs RI in Kerala 15.5.2018 General News
A special NIA court here today sentenced 18 SIMI members, including its leader Safdar Nagori, to seven years rigorous imprisonment (RI) after they were found guilty of organising an arms training camp for the banned outfit in Kerala in 2007. Special NIA court Judge Kauser Edappagath also sentenced them to varying terms of imprisonment under different sections of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), the Explosives Substances Act (ESA) and Section 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). They were sentenced to one-year RI under Section 10 and five years under Section 38 of the UAPA, seven years RI under Section 4 of the ESA and seven years under the IPC's Section 120(B). The sentences would run concurrently. Fourteen convicts, who have been in judicial custody for more than seven years will get the benefit of set off allowed by the court, a defence lawyer said. The court had yesterday acquitted 17 others in the case. The case was registered by the Kerala ...
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Vagamon SIMI Case: NIA court awards 7 years rigorous imprisonment to 18 people 15.5.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
The Kochi court also imposed a fine of ₹25000 on each of the accused.
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NIA court convicts 18 in SIMI terror camp case 14.5.2018 Hindu: National
A special court for National Investigation Agency cases here on Monday found 18 accused, including four Keralites, guilty in a case relating to holdi
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Safdar Nagori, 17 SIMI cadres convicted in Kerala arms training case 14.5.2018 General News
A court here today convicted 18 people, including founder member of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) Safdar Nagori, for being members of a terrorist organisation in a case of organising arms training camp in Kerala in 2007. Special NIA court judge Kauser Edappagath convicted the 18 people under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, the Explosives Substances Act and Section 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), and acquitted 17 others in the case. The court will pronounce the quantum of punishment tomorrow. The case was registered by Kerala Police against SIMI members for holding an arms training camp in December 2007 at Thangalpara in Wagamon. According to the charge sheet filed by the National Investigation Agency (NIA), the participants at the "secret training camp" had engaged in physical training, firing practice, training in explosives, motorcycle racing, rope climbing, besides classes on "jihad" in India. The court rejected the NIA's .
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SIMI training camp case: NIA court convicts 18, acquits 17 14.5.2018 General News
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) court in Kochi on Monday convicted 18 of the 35 people accused of organising a secret camp of the banned Islamic Students Federation of India (SIMI) in Kerala's Wagamon.The rest of the accused facing trial were acquitted.Meanwhile, the court will also pronounce the quantum of punishment tomorrow.Out of the total 38 accused, 35 have faced trial in the case.Mehaboob Malik, one of the accused, was shot dead while trying to escape from a jail in Bhopal while one is absconding and another is in police custody.A case was registered on the basis of a complaint that a secret training camp was organised allegedly by the SIMI at Thangalpara, Wagamon in the state during December 2007.The agency later alleged that the SIMI cadres were involved in physical and arms training, firing practices, motor bike racing and rope climbing practices in the camp.
NIA court convicts 18 in SIMI training camp case, 17 acquitted 14.5.2018 Rediff: News
In and around November 2007, office bearers and functionaries of SIMI, a banned organisation under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act 1967, entered into a criminal conspiracy in Choral, Indore, Madhya Pradesh to conduct training camps for their active cadres.
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Kochi NIA court convicts 18 in SIMI training camp case 14.5.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
A Special Court for National Investigation Agency in Kochi on Monday found 18 accused, including four Keralites guilty in Students’ Islamic Movement
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NIA court convicts 18 in SIMI training camp case, 17 acquitted 14.5.2018 General News
A Special NIA court here today convicted 18 people in the December 2007 Wagamon SIMI arms training camp case. The court also acquitted 17 others. Special Judge Kauser Edappagath found the convicts guilty under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), Explosives Substances Act and various sections of Indian Penal Code. The court will pronounce the quantum of punishment tomorrow. While only two accused were produced today in the court, the others who are lodged in various jails in Ahmedabad, Bhopal and Bengaluru, attended the proceedings via multi-point video conference. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) which probed the case had charged the accused with involvement in terror activities and being in cahoots with terror groups besides criminal conspiracy and violation of Arms Act among others. The case was investigated on the basis of complaint that a secret training camp was organised allegedly by Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) at Thangalpara, Wagamon in the state ..
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Qureshi in judicial custody 8.5.2018 Hindu: Health
An NIA special court here on Monday remanded Abdul Subhan Qureshi, a founding member of the Indian Mujahideen (IM) and an accused in the Wagamon SIMI
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Ludhiana cylinder blast toll climbs to 7 2.5.2018 General News
The death toll in the gas cylinder blast here has climbed to seven after another critically injured person succumbed to injuries. ACP Dharm Pal ( South ) said that Ashok Kumar (45), who was critically injured in the blast that took place on Thursday, passed away today at PGIMER, Chandigarh. Five more seriously injured victims are being treated in different hospitals here. On Thursday, a gas cylinder exploded at a residence in Samrat Colony of Giaspura area of Ludhiana in which 34 persons received burn injuries. The cylinder exploded at the residence of Ashok Kumar Yadav (58), who is admitted at CMCH here with 70 per cent burns. His wife Sunita (40) and son Raj (13) died in the incident. The couple's two daughters Kajal and Pooja are also undergoing treatment at CMCH and both were stated to be critical.
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Makhija elated with positive response to 'Ajji' 26.4.2018 General News
Filmmaker Devashish Makhija is happy about his film "Ajji" travelling to different films festivals.
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Chargesheet filed in arrest of IM co-founder 25.4.2018 Hindu: Rx
It states that Qureshi, the alleged mastermind behind 2008 Gujarat blasts, joined SIMI in 1991
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