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Kashmiri engineer suspected to be ISIS sympathiser deported from UAE 19.8.2018 DNA: Popular News
A Kashmiri man, suspected to be a sympathiser of the banned ISIS terror group, was recently deported to India from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), officials said here today. Thirty-six-year-old Irfan Ahmad Zargar, a resident of Chattatabal area on the outskirts of Srinagar, was deported from the Gulf country on August 14 and subjected to questioning by various security agencies, including the National Investigation Agency, they said. He was then handed over to the Jammu and Kashmir police who were carrying out detailed investigations. However, there was no case pending against him in the state. Zargar, an engineer, is alleged to have been "quite active" on social media and had been expressing his liking for the activities of ISIS in Syria, they said. The NIA, the central probe agency tasked with investigating terror cases, questioned him for over two days before handing him over to the state police. Zargar was picked up by the authorities in Dubai on April 28 this year when he was entering into the Gulf ...
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UAE deports Kashmiri engineer suspected to be IS sympathiser 19.8.2018 Rediff: News
The NIA questioned him for over two days before handing him over to the state police.
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Australian Senator compares Muslims with 'poisonous jelly beans' 16.8.2018 Zee News : World
Australian Senator Fraser Anning on Wednesday compared Muslims with "poisonous jelly beans", following his "racist" maiden speech in the Senate seeking immigration restrictions based on race.
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NIA conducts enquiry of staff and close aides of former JNIMS Director 15.8.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
NIA conducts enquiry of staff and close aides of former JNIMS Director
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ISIS case: NIA arrests two men from Hyderabad 12.8.2018 DNA: India
 The NIA today arrested two alleged ISIS sympathisers from Hyderabad as part of its larger probe into Indian youngsters being radicalised to carry out terror strikes on behalf of the banned international outfit. A force spokesperson said they have arrested Hyderabad-based Mohammed Abdullah Basith (24) and Mohd Abdul Qhadeer (19) to "ascertain the details of the ongoing conspiracy and also their role in furthering the ISIS ideology to carry out terrorist acts in India". The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is probing a case since 2016 where it is alleged that the members of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) "were involved in a conspiracy to identify, motivate, radicalise, recruit and train Indian Muslim youth on behalf of the proscribed outfit ISIS to carry out terror activities." Two accused arrested by the NIA in this case earlier have been sent to 7 years in jail after they pleaded guilty of the charges while trial against Adnan Hassan is ongoing. During further investigation, a fresh input was ...
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PIL filed against Maratha Kranti Morcha in Bombay High Court for resorting to violence during Maharashtra bandh 9.8.2018 Zee News : States
The petition has been filed by a farmer named Dwarkanath Patil. He has asked for a ban on the violent agitation over the demand for Maratha reservation.
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No Islamic State terrorist active in Jammu and Kashmir, says Centre 1.8.2018 Zee News : States
No Islamic State-Jammu and Kashmir (ISJK) terrorists are active in Jammu and Kashmir anymore, said the Ministry of Home Affairs on Wednesday. 
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Tajikistan blames deadly tourist attack on banned Islamist party 31.7.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Tajikistan blames deadly tourist attack on banned Islamist party
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IS claims responsibility for Tajikistan attack that killed 4 31.7.2018 DNA: Bangalore
IS claims responsibility for Tajikistan attack that killed 4
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ULFA leader Paresh Baruah in 2nd draft of NRC, his wife and sons are not 31.7.2018 Zee News : India National
Baruah is reportedly living somewhere between China and Myanmar border. His wife and two sons are believed to be either in China or some other country.
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Banned extremist groups, including Hafiz Saeed's party, draws a blank... 29.7.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Banned extremist groups, including Hafiz Saeed's party, draws a blank...
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Myanmar Army cracks down on Naga rebel group along border with India 28.7.2018 Zee News : India National
NSCN (K) operates from Myanmar's territory and is responsible for supporting and training rebel groups in north-east Indian states.
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As Imran Khan seeks to 'rebuild' Pakistan, reports on new JeM terror academy surface 28.7.2018 Zee News : South Asia
JeM is said to be constructing a massive 15-acre complex on the outskirts of Bahawalpur city in Punjab province where thousands of its young recruits will be trained for jihad.
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ED attaches foreign currency recovered from LeT militant 28.7.2018 Zee News : India National
A criminal case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA) was registered by the ED in February 2010 against Mohd Umer Madani.
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Pakistan Elections: Party backed by Hafiz Saeed scores a duck; his son... 26.7.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Pakistan Elections: Party backed by Hafiz Saeed scores a duck; his son...
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Pak voters reject extremists, banned groups 26.7.2018 Rediff: News
Before the elections, concerns have been raised in the country over the participation of hardline Islamist groups in large numbers.
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Why this Muslim wants to ban green flag with crescent and star 24.7.2018 Rediff: News
'Tension is being created in society because of this green flag, which is not even an Islamic flag.'
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Terrorists, who tortured J&K cop to death, killed 23.7.2018 DNA: Top News
Security forces killed three terrorists, including a Pakistani national, in south Kashmir's Kulgam district on Sunday, about 24 hours after they tortured to death a policeman in the same area. BSF troops also shot dead a Pakistani national, allegedly doing a recce, in Jammu's Kathua on Sunday. Off-duty constable Mohommad Saleem Shah had been kidnapped from his house in Mutalhama village on Friday night. His body with multiple bullet injuries and torture marks was found from neighboring Odipora Qaimoh village on Saturday. Shah is the 25th cop killed by terrorists in J&K this year. Police said a joint patrol of security forces launched a search operation in Redwani area after receiving inputs about the presence of the terrorists in a cluster of houses. When the forces were zeroing in on, the terrorists opened indiscriminate fire, resulting in a brief encounter in which the three were killed. "They were identified as Muawiya, a Pakistani national, Suhail Ahmad Dar and Mudassar alias Rehaan. They were ...
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1st in Kashmir: People protest stone throwers 23.7.2018 DNA: Top News
Often a witness to bloody confrontations, a protest march against stone-pelting and terrorism was no less than a breath of fresh air in the strife-torn Kashmir Valley. The rally led by the Jammu and Kashmir Awami Forum (JKAF) started from Kani-e-Dajan, a remote village, and culminated near Charar-e-Sharif in Budgam district on Saturday. Nearly 1,500 member of the civil society group waged the historic walk and spoke against Pakistan-sponsored terror and separatism. The also demanded 'azaadi' from stone-pelting and a blanket ban on the sale and consumption of liquor. JKAF chairman Farooq Ahmad Ganai said the march was the first-of-its-kind and an attempt to "wake up" the masses. "We want an end to the gun culture." Jammu and Kashmir Awami Forum was the part of larger group of Kashmiri people who had invited Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shanker to address Paigam-e-Mohabbat in Srinagar in March this year. Around 12000 people from all walks of life of civil society across valley including women in huge ...
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Ethiopia prime minister calls for multiparty democracy - chief of staff 22.7.2018 DNA: Top News
Ethiopia must pursue multiparty democracy, the prime minister's chief of staff said on Sunday in what could be the latest in a series of momentous changes sweeping the country. The country allows competing parties but all parliamentary seats are held by the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front, which has maintained tight control in the country of 100 million people since it fought its way to power in 1991. The ruling coalition has also presided over an economy that has grown faster than any other in sub-Saharan Africa over the past decade. Abiy Ahmed became prime minister in April and since then the government has instituted reforms including releasing political prisoners, diluting state control of the economy and making peace with northern neighbour Eritrea. The government this month lifted a ban on opposition groups that were considered terrorist groups. Any further steps to strengthen the country's democracy would likely make elections due in 2020 more competitive.. Abiy was meeting ...
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