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- Harkat Hand Seen In Blasts (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, May 23, 2007)
The serial blasts in Gorakhpur once again proved that Uttar Pradesh continues to figure on the radar of terrorist groups.
- Bengal Warned Delhi Of Huji Threat To Hyderabad (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, May 22, 2007)
A top West Bengal official has said the state sent a detailed report on the growing threat from Harkat-ul-Jehad-al-Islami (HUJI) to the Centre about two months back and mentioned Hyderabad among possible targets of terrorist attacks by the Bangladesh- . .
- Rdx Imported From Bangladesh? (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, May 20, 2007)
A day after Friday's bomb blast at Mecca Masjid, investigations are still on as to why the fourth bomb that was discovered close to the masjid at a time when it was packed with Friday namazis did not go off or was not triggered.
- 2 Blasts, Cellphone Circuit: Focus On Bangla Group Huji (Indian Express, Pranab Dhal Samanta, May 19, 2007)
The recovery of live bombs after the blast at the Mecca mosque in Hyderabad has revealed the use of a cellular phone to complete the circuit in the explosive.
- Abu-Ul Kama's 3 Let Men Were On Recce (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 28, 2007)
Diwali blast mastermind Abu-ul-Kama had planned to rock the national Capital again as the three terrorists who were arrested from Dilli Haat on Thursday were trained by him in Muzaffrabad camp in Pakistan. One of the arrested terrorists, who is a . . .
- Malegaon Blasts: Cbi To Question Pak National (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 02, 2007)
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will question 28-year-old Pakistani national Taseem Azim alias Larib Khan Gulab Khan in connection with the serial blasts at Malegaon on September 8 last year.
- Two Killed In Kashmir 'Revenge' (British Broadcasting Corporation, Correspondent or Reporter, Mar 05, 2007)
Militants in Indian-administered Kashmir have killed an ex-comrade and his father, police say.
- "Militants Had Plans To Carry Out Blast" (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 20, 2007)
The two alleged Harkat-ul-Jehad-e-Islami (HuJI) militants, including a Bangladeshi national, arrested here by the Special Cell of the Delhi police on January 4 planned to carry out a blast in the Capital in the run-up to the Republic Day celebrations.
- Harkat Militants Planned To Carry Out Blast (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 19, 2007)
Terror strike planned ahead of Republic Day celebration in Capital
- Four Militants Shot In Encounter (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 19, 2007)
Four militants of the Hizbul Mujahideen were killed in an encounter at Awgam in Anantnag district of south Kashmir last night.
- 3 Militants Killed In Encounters (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 13, 2006)
The security forces killed three militants and arrested a top commander of the Harkat-ul-Jehad-e-Islam (HUJI), while ultras attacked an Army camp, a BSF picket and shot at a CPM activist in Jammu and Kashmir overnight, official sources said today.
- Let Militant Shot Dead (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 03, 2006)
Security forces gunned down one Lashker-e-Tayyeba (LeT) militant and arrested two militants of the Harkat-ul-Jehadi-Islami (Huji) outfit in Jammu and Kashmir since Sunday, official sources said here today.
- Bangladesh Succumbing To Jihadis (Tribune, Rajeev Sharma, Sep 26, 2006)
Bangladesh Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia has taken one more retrograde step that will be under the scrutiny of international jihad watchers across the globe and have a far-reaching impact on her country’s future.
- Lashkar Ultra Arrested In Doda, One Shot Dead (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 21, 2006)
A Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militant, who was involved in supply of 23 wireless sets, one satellite telephone and a large number of SIM cards and mobile headsets, was arrested by police while another ultra was eliminated and a woman was shot dead in . . .
- Gujarat Cops Say Let Recruiting Cell Busted (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 20, 2006)
Police in Gujarat today claimed they busted a Lashkar-e-Toiba cell which was active across the country.
- Dhaka Concerned On 'Terrorist Acts From India' (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 29, 2006)
Even as India and Bangladesh on Sunday agreed to explore the possibility of a joint working mechanism to combat terror, an eleventh-hour bid by the latter to get New Delhi to “acknowledge” its claims that Indian territory was being used for . . .
- 4 Top Let, Huji Ultras Killed In Doda, Poonch (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 26, 2006)
Security forces and police today gunned down four top Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) and Harkat-ul-Jehad Islami (HUJI) militants in four separate encounters in Doda and Poonch districts while police recovered four wireless sets and a large quantity of . . .
- Kk Among Two Top Hm Ultras Killed In Doda (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 25, 2006)
Security forces and police gunned down two top militants of Hizbul Mujahideen outfit including an ‘area commander’ belonging to the minority community at Kalihand, about 18 kms from Doda in early hours of this morning.
- India On Alert Mode Ahead Of Independence Day (New Indian Express, PTI, Aug 14, 2006)
Security forces were today put on heightened alert across the country and crack anti-terrorist commandoes were positioned at vital installations like nuclear plants and airports in the run up to the Independence Day after intelligence reports warned . . .
- Countrywide Alert Ahead Of Independence Day (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 14, 2006)
After intelligence reports warned of possible suicide or car bomb attacks in the run up to the Independence Day, security forces were put on a heightened alert across the country and special anti-terrorists commandos were stationed at vital . . .
- Terrorists Loot Truckers In Jammu & Kashmir (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 13, 2006)
Terrorists on Saturday night looted truckers of money and ration, when they were carrying supplies to the remote Paddar belt of Doda district in Jammu and Kashmir, official sources said.
- Terror Trail (Daily Excelsior, Editorial, Daily Excelsior, Aug 12, 2006)
For obvious reasons we in this State ought to know each and every facet of terrorism.
- *20 Hurt In Surankote Blast (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 03, 2006)
and police today gunned down two militants of Harkat-ul-Jehad Islami (HUJI) and apprehended another as troops suffered a fatal casualty in day long operation at village Kochal in Chatroo area of Doda district while 20 persons were injured, two of . . .
- After Serial Blast (Daily Excelsior, Editorial, Daily Excelsior, Jul 27, 2006)
After Srinagar-Bombay serial blasts, it is becoming increasingly clear that the terrorist organizations based in Pakistan have played the key role in planning and executing the serial blasts.
- Varsity Staff Held For Sheltering Terrorists (Deccan Herald, Anirban Bhaumik , Jul 25, 2006)
An employee of the Gauhati University was arrested by the police for allegedly playing host to jihadis.
- Qaida Training Militants In Kashmir (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 17, 2006)
Al Qaida is training Kashmiri militants to undertake terrorist attacks in the Valley, according to a document available with UNI.
- J&k Sleuths Probe Qaida Presence (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 15, 2006)
The Centre has asked the Jammu and Kashmir government to probe the veracity of claims that Al-Qaida had set up a wing in the state.
- Rattled Centre Spurs States To Act Against Simi (Pioneer, Sidharth Mishra, Jul 15, 2006)
Learning a lesson, albeit at the cost of 198 dead in Mumbai blasts, the Centre is now scouring the bottom of the barrel to gather information on the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), the main suspect behind the carnage.
- 5 Militants Surrender In Doda (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 26, 2006)
Five top militants of the Hizbul Mujahideen and the Harkat-ul-Jehadi Islami on Sunday surrendered before the Army in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir.
- Huji Terrorist Surrenders In Jammu & Kashmir (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 18, 2006)
A terrorist of the Harkat-ul-Jehadi Islamia on Saturday laid down arms before the police in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir.
- "Let Suspect Is Member Of Political Party From U.P." (Hindu, Devesh K. Pandey , May 27, 2006)
He plays a pivotal role as a Lashkar coordinator
- Gujarat: Breeding Ground (Frontline, PRAVEEN SWAMI, May 26, 2006)
Investigators shut down terror cells tasked with executing strikes in Gujarat, but the threat remains.
- Arrested Militant Underwent Training In Bangladesh (Hindu, Devesh K. Pandey , May 12, 2006)
Met a dozen militants from Hyderabad
LeT militants are sent to training camps in Pakistan
Militants planning big strike, perhaps in Delhi
- Varanasi Blast ‘Brain’ Shot In J&k Was Up Madarsa Teacher (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, May 10, 2006)
At a sprawling madarsa in Tanda, in western UP’s Baghpat, the students were waiting for their teacher, Mohammad Zubair, gone missing since April 4.
- Key Suspect In Varanasi Blast Shot In Kashmir (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, May 10, 2006)
A top militant of the Harkat-ul-Jehadi Islamia and one of the main brains behind the twin blasts that rocked Varanasi recently was shot dead in a gunbattle in the Handwara area today.
- Arrested Militants Had Planned To Target Kandla (Hindu, Devesh K. Pandey , May 10, 2006)
Huge cache of explosives seized; the militants had planned to attack Mumbai film awards ceremonies
- Militants Kill 2, Lob Grenade In House (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, May 07, 2006)
In two separate incidents, militants in Jammu and Kashmir shot dead a person and hurled a grenade inside a house in Baramulla district injuring a woman, official sources said here today.
- Preparing To Strike At Will (Pioneer, Anil Narendra, Apr 14, 2006)
Terrorists have infested large parts of the country and their area commanders are busy plotting more attacks, says Anil Narendra
- Varanasi Blasts Mastermind, 5 Accomplices Arrested (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 06, 2006)
A mastermind of the recent Varanasi blasts and five of his accomplices were arrested on Wednesday by the Uttar Pradesh police and Central security agencies.
- Security Forces Arrest Lashkar Terrorist In J&k (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Mar 15, 2006)
Security forces in Jammu and Kashmir have averted a major tragedy by detecting and defusing two powerful improvised explosive devices (IEDs), official sources said in Jammu on Tuesday.
- Let "Militants" Held (Hindu, Devesh K. Pandey , Feb 28, 2006)
Two suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba operatives, who had allegedly supplied explosives for terror attacks in Hyderabad and onboard Shramjivi Express last year, were arrested at the Delhi railway station on Sunday.
- Hole To Pole, Potential Threats All (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 28, 2006)
The US Secret Service is leaving nothing to chance as it goes about its job of protecting the President: it has given its tips to the Indian home ministry but will anyway keep watch from eyes in the sky.
- Longest Surviving Hizbul Ultra Surrenders In Doda (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 23, 2006)
One of the longest surviving militant of Hizbul Mujahideen today surrendered before Doda police and Army while another ultra of the same outfit was gunned down in inter-gang rivalry by the LeT activists.
- Terror Threat To Apollo Hospital In B'desh, India Concerned (Press Trust of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 22, 2006)
India has conveyed its concern to Bangladesh over a terror threat to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Richard Larison and nine Indian doctors of Dhaka-based Apollo Hospital and asked it to ensure security for them.
- "Fidayeen" Attack Explosive Smuggled In From Dhaka (Hindu, Devesh K. Pandey , Dec 30, 2005)
'Conspiracy to target STF office hatched in head office of HuJI'
- Intel Inside: Securing It Cities (Indian Express, C. Uday Bhaskar, Dec 30, 2005)
Bangalore's prestigious Indian Institute of Science (IISc) was the venue of an attack by an unidentified gun-toting killer on December 28. Delhi based professor, Professor M.C. Puri — participating in an international conference — was killed and . . .
- Tech Capital Figured On Terror Radar (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 29, 2005)
The terrorist attract at IISc was waiting to happen. At least, that’s what investigative agencies were told as they interrogated several terrorists arrested recently.
- J&k: Four Dreaded Militants Killed (Press Trust of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 04, 2005)
Four dreaded militants, including two senior commanders of Pakistan-based Lashker-e-Toiba (LeT), and a woman were killed and a government employee injured while a Harkat-ul-Jehad-e-Islami militant was arrested in Jammu and Kashmir since last night, ...
- The Future World Order: A Vision (Tribune, Brig A.C. Prem (retd), Nov 27, 2005)
The year is 2018. The European countries comprising the EU are looking up to the power trio of China, India and Russia for economic succour as their dwindling economies and an aging population are adding to their woes.
- J&k Minister Escapes Ultras’ Attack (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 28, 2005)
Militants on Monday attempted to target Minister of State for Education Ghulam Nabi Lone when they fired a UBGL grenade at Government Degree College in Baramulla as he was leaving the college premises after participating in a function.
- Rotten Practice (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Jun 04, 2005)
NO parent or elder will ever give rotten food to children. Bring in the government and its agencies, and this impossibility becomes a painful reality.
- Bangladesh: Worrisome Indicators (Business Line, B. Raman , Feb 05, 2002)
THE recent incidents on the Indo-Bangladeshi border are under enquiry by the Government and one has to await the results before assessing whether these were isolated incidents unlikely to have an adverse impact on the bilateral relations.
- Bangladesh: Worrisome Indicators (Business Line, B. Raman , May 02, 2001)
THE recent incidents on the Indo-Bangladeshi border are under enquiry by the Government.
- Hot and cold winds blow over South Block (Tribune, Rakshat Puri, Feb 25, 2001)
THE Vajpayee Government seems suddenly under assault from two directions that common sense does not find easy to relate to each other. It is intriguing that the assault should come almost simultaneously from the two sides.
- Peace talks: Dar to play major role (Tribune, Girja Shankar Kaura, Dec 21, 2000)
NEW DELHI, Dec 18 — One of the key militant leaders, having major influence over the Kashmiri element of militancy, is expected to play a dominant role in preparing the base for the possible holding of talks between the Centre and the Kashmiri separatists
- Saudi Arabia wants growth in religious activity in Pak (Daily Excelsior, B.L.Kak, Dec 17, 2000)
In a swift turn of events, Saudi Arabia has passed a word on to the ruling military establishment in Islamabad against any steps which would disrupt Islamic activity or expression in Pakistan. Considering the regular interaction of the members of the cler
- 20 kg RDX, explosives seized Romeo Force kills 4 more militants, loses 2 jawans (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 21, 2000)
RAJOURI, Sept 20: Troops of Thannamandi Brigade of Romeo Force today eliminated four dreaded militants of Harkat-ul-Jehad Islami in two separate encounters at Argi and Saranu villages of this district but lost two of their jawans. Romeo Force also busted
- Terrorism brings destruction and deprivation (Daily Excelsior, Anil Sharma, Sep 18, 2000)
Hizbul Mujahideen declared unilateral ceasefire through their Kashmir based Operational Commander Abdul Majid Dar on 23 July 2000. The complete Nation and in particular the Kashmiri's welcomed it. The ceasefire became a talking point in India and the worl
- Militant killed, arms haul in Loran Gen Zaki’ again escapes from Thanna Mandi area (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 04, 2000)
RAJOURI, Sept 3: Troops eliminated a militant in Fazalabad area of Surankote while police smashed a hideout of Harkat-ul-Jehad Islami (HUJI) outfit in Loran area in two separate incidents in Poonch district today.
- Sheikh Hasina braving threats from Islamists (Daily Excelsior, Fazal Mehmood, Aug 25, 2000)
Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina in her interview with the BBC sounded a grim warning to her countrymen about the perils they face from right-wing Islamic fundamentalists, whom she has charged with creating anarchy in the country. Sheikh Hasina'