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- Gujarat: Breeding Ground (Frontline, PRAVEEN SWAMI, May 26, 2006)
Investigators shut down terror cells tasked with executing strikes in Gujarat, but the threat remains.
- Terror Proliferation (Daily Excelsior, Anil Bhat, Mar 27, 2006)
The terrorist attacks in Varanasi, followed by the killing of Ghulam Yazdani and Kajol - both Bangladeshis in New Delhi and one more in Lucknow as well as the capture of Siddiqul Islam, alias Banglabhai, boss of Jagrata Muslim Janata . . .
- Hundred Years Of Kala Pani (Daily Excelsior, Arvinder Kaur, Mar 24, 2006)
Once infamous as Kala Pani , this historical monument at Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, marked its centenary on 10th March this year.
- Ec Drive To Upset Peace In Assam (Deccan Herald, Anirban Bhaumik , Mar 13, 2006)
A directive from the Election Commission (EC) has put law-enforcers in the poll-bound Assam in a quandary.
- Two Let Militants Arrested In Delhi (Press Trust of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 27, 2006)
Two Lashkar-e-Toiba militants have been arrested from the New Delhi Railway Station and three kg RDX recovered from them, a senior police official said today.
- ‘Lashkar Kingpins Behind Iisc Attack Also Targeted Pm Rally, Advani Too’ (Indian Express, JOHNSON T A, Jan 31, 2006)
Nationwide investigations into the December 28 terror attack at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bangalore have revealed that the conspiracy was hatched by Lashkar-e-Toiba’s Pak-based India operations head Muzammil and the LeT’s . . .
- Let Ultra Jumps Off Train, But Nabbed By Villagers (Indian Express, SANJAY SINGH, Jan 19, 2006)
A Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorist slipped out of the Jammu and Kashmir Police’s hands in the wee hours of Wednesday, only to be caught near Varanasi by some villagers who handed him over to the Uttar Pradesh Police later in the day.
- Let Ultra Being Brought To Jammu Escapes, Re-Arrested (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 19, 2006)
Giving police the slip, a Pakistani militant today jumped off a speeding train in the wee hours while being taken to Jammu from West Bengal but was recaptured at a village here this evening.
- Let Man Hid In Mehbooba Mufti's House (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 18, 2006)
Abdul Wahid Dar, a Lashkar-e-Taiba operative, had hatched a plan to kill former Jammu & Kashmir chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed.
- Two Let Men, 5 Others Convicted (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 18, 2006)
Two Pakistani Lashkar-e-Toiba militants were among seven men convicted by a Delhi Court today in connection with bomb blasts which rocked various north Indian cities in 1997 killing 17 persons and injuring nearly 300 others.
- Let Saboteur Sings On Terror Designs (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 17, 2006)
Police have arrested another key activist of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) at Almatti in Bagalkot district and seized explosives and incriminating documents from him....
- Delhi Blasts Suspect Gunned Down (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 17, 2006)
A senior ‘commander’ of the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), Abu Huzaifa, allegedly involved in the recent serial Delhi blasts, was killed at Khour-Sherabad in Pattan tehsil in north Kashmir.
- Police: Lashkar Targeted Vital Installations (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 17, 2006)
Kaiga nuclear power plant on hit-list
No evidence yet to link Abdul Rehman, Ibrahim with IISc attack
Lakshar's role confirmed in the attack
- Delhi Blasts: Let Man Killed (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 17, 2006)
A militant of the Lashkar-e-Toiba outfit, believed to be behind the Delhi blasts in October last year, was killed in an encounter with security forces in Pattan area of Baramula district in north Kashmir today. Another militant reportedly holed-up . . .
- Iisc Attack: Let Man Arrested (Tribune, Jangveer Singh, Jan 17, 2006)
A Muslim preacher from Bagalkot in Karnataka who is suspected to be a member of the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) today became the second person to be arrested in the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) attack case.
- Delhi Blast Suspect Killed In J&k (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 17, 2006)
In a major breakthrough in the Delhi blasts case, security forces on Monday shot dead a top Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist, allegedly involved in the October 29 explosions, in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district.
- 8 Lashkar Men On The Prowl In Delhi? (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 13, 2006)
An alert has been sounded within the security apparatus in New Delhi in the wake of intelligence inputs that at least eight terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) had sneaked into the Capital to carry out a suicide attack around Republic Day.
- India On Alert – Lashkar Terrorists All Over The Country Ready To Wage War (India Daily, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 13, 2006)
An alert has been sounded within the security apparatus in the wake of intelligence inputs that at least eight terrorists of Lashker-e-Toiba (LeT) had sneaked into the national capital to carry out a suicide attack around the Republic Day.
- Terror Suspect Had Visited A Few Places In Karnataka (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 10, 2006)
Investigation into the terrorist strike on the Indian Institute of Science (IISc.)
- Behind Bangalore: The Long Jihad Today (Hindu, PRAVEEN SWAMI, Jan 10, 2006)
The second and concluding part of an investigation into the Lashkar-e-Taiba networks that operate across India.
- ‘12 Moulvis Spreading Terror’ (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 10, 2006)
Suspected LeT militant Abdul Rehman, who is in police custody in connection with the IISc attack, was subject to polygraph test at the Forensic Science Laboratory in Madiwala on Monday. According to sources, Rehman had given vital information . . .
- Behind Bangalore: The Origins Of The Long Jihad (Hindu, PRAVEEN SWAMI, Jan 09, 2006)
The first part of an investigation into how the Lashkar-e-Taiba's terror campaign against India was born, and the forces that drive it today.
- Iisc Attack: National Bomb Data Centre's Help Sought (Hindu, K.V. Subramanya , Jan 08, 2006)
Report on December 28 incident soon, says Dharam Singh
The Bangalore police, who are yet to achieve a major breakthrough in the terrorist attack on the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), have sought the assistance of the National Bomb Data Centre ....
- High Security Will Not Really Help Matters (Deccan Herald, Vimala RamaRao, Jan 08, 2006)
"The IISc chief who said that high security is not wanted is right. Terror is a global menace, not internal to IISc."
- It Is Time To Say Vande Mataram -Pakistan’S Shadow Isi Supported Lashkar-E-Taiba - It's Not Just Kashmir, They Eye India (India Daily, Sonia Chopra, Jan 08, 2006)
India must strike them at the source. Their source is financiers in Middle East and Pakistan.
- Iisc. Attack: `All Links Will Be Unearthed' (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2006)
Bangalore is safe : Ajai Kumar Singh
Commissioner of Police Ajai Kumar Singh on Friday said that the city police would unearth all links in the terrorist attack on the Indian Institute of Science (IISc.) here.
- Lashkar Terrorists Arrested In Mumbai (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2006)
The Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Mumbai Police arrested three suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists from Nagpada area on Friday morning.
- Iisc: Madrasa Chief Arrested (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 07, 2006)
The Bangalore police team have detained a madrasa incharge from a village in Bijapur district in connection with the December 28 IISc attack...
- Arrested Militant Gave Clues On Let Links: Bangalore Police (Press Trust of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 06, 2006)
Lashkar-e-Toiba militant Abul Rehman, arrested in connection with the Indian Institute of Science terror attack, has provided clues on his links with the Pakistan-based outfit, a top police official said today.
- E-Mail To Pm, President Warns Of Terror Strikes (Hindustan Times, JT Vishnu, Jan 06, 2006)
Pakistan-based terrorist outfits Lashkar-e-Tayyeba and Jaish-e-Mohammad are planning fidayeen attacks on IIT-Kanpur, Varanasi's Kashi Vishwanath Temple and vital installations in the Capital. The attacks have been planned on or before Republic Day, . . .
- Hawala Funds Fuel Militancy (Deccan Herald, Bala Chauhan, Jan 06, 2006)
Even as the Bangalore police are carrying out intensive operations to crack down on the terrorist network in South India, top officials in...
- Iisc Gunman Nabbed In Chennai (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 06, 2006)
The assailant who killed retired IIT Professor M C Puri and injured four others on...
- Bangalore Police Bring Suspect In Iisc Attack To Nalgonda (Hindu, S.Ramu, Jan 06, 2006)
Accused person's house searched for three hours
A Bangalore crime branch team on Thursday brought Mohammad Razi-Ur Rehman alias Abdul Rehman (34), an alleged accused in the attack on the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), to Nalgonda amid . . .
- Iisc Attack: Vital Information Gathered In Chennai (Hindu, K.V. Subramanya , Jan 05, 2006)
Two more secured from Kolar district for interrogation
The Bangalore police have reportedly gathered "vital" information from two persons in Chennai on the attack on the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) here.
- Iisc Attack’S Chennai Link: Eight Grilled But Indian Cops May Be Misguided By The (India Daily, Sudhir Chadda, Jan 05, 2006)
The Islamic terror network may be fooling the Indian cops right from the start.
- Iisc Attack: Three Detained In Chennai (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 05, 2006)
A special police team from Bangalore and the Chennai Police detained a Mangalore-based suspect Alim Basheer Mysori in Chennai today in connection with Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, attack. Two other suspects from Mulbagal and Chintamani,
- Strike At The Core (Hindustan Times, Editorial, HindustanTimes, Jan 05, 2006)
Bangalore police and intelligence services deserve kudos for the arrest of Mohammed Raiz-ur Rehman, head of LeT operations in south India within a week of the December 28, 2004, attack on Bangalore’s prestigious Indian Institute of Science . . .
- Top Let Militant Arrested In Iisc Attack Case (Press Trust of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 04, 2006)
The South India operations chief of the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba has been arrested at Nalgonda in Andhra Pradesh in connection with the December 28 terrorist attack in the IISc campus here.
- Iisc Attack: Let Terrorist In Police Dragnet (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 04, 2006)
The South India operations chief of the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba has been arrested at Nalgonda in Andhra Pradesh in connection with the December 28 terrorist attack in the IISc campus in Bangalore.
- Lashkar Link Snapped Up (Telegraph, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 04, 2006)
Investigators probing last week’s terror attack at Bangalore’s Indian Institute of Science today claimed a breakthrough with the arrest of a suspected member of a Pakistan-based militant group from neighbouring Andhra Pradesh.
- Top Let Militant Held For Iisc Attack (Tribune, Jangveer Singh, Jan 04, 2006)
In a major breakthrough, the Bangalore police has not only established Pakistani outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba’s (LeT) involvement in the December 28 terrorist attack at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) here, . . .
- Intelligence Failure: What And Why? (Deccan Herald, Prem Mahadevan, Jan 04, 2006)
Intelligence alone is not the answer, owing to its limitations that need to be accepted
- Let Ultra Held For Iisc Attack (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 04, 2006)
The South India operations chief of the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Toiba has been arrested at Nalgonda in Andhra Pradesh in connection with the December 28 terrorist attack in the IISc campus here
- Suspected Let Operative Held (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 04, 2006)
Abdul Rehman held in Nalgonda, brought to Bangalore and remanded to custody
Rehman was in Saudi Arabia in the past few years: Commissioner
He may be subjected to narco-analysis test, if necessary
- Bangladeshi National Detained, Local Let Network Worries Cops (Indian Express, JOHNSON T A, Jan 03, 2006)
The Bangalore Police, based on information provided by their counterparts in Andhra Pradesh, have detained a Bangladeshi national, who they suspect could be involved in the December 28 terror attack.
- Iisc Attack: Arrested Man Visited Site On Dec 28 (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 03, 2006)
One of the three persons detained in connection with the attack on Indian Institute of Sciences (IISc) in Bangalore had visited the prestigious institute on the morning of December 28, the day of the incident, informed sources said.
- Three Held For Attack On Iisc (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 02, 2006)
Security agencies probing the attack on Indian Institute of Sciences (IISc) detained three persons in connection with the incident and fear more such strikes in Mangalore in Karnataka and some other cities in adjacent Andhra Pradesh.
- Terrorism Affects Science Capital (Deccan Herald, Maxwell Pereira, Jan 02, 2006)
The terrorist strike in the City shatters the myth of South being out of the ISI’s designs.
- Evidence Of Lashkar Link With Iisc Attack Mastermind (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 02, 2006)
Central security agencies have established links between the mastermind of the attack on the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore and Pakistan-based terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba, sources here said on Sunday.
- Bangalore Attack Sparks A Security Debate (Hindu, V. Jayanth , Dec 31, 2005)
What can research institutes and small companies do?
A positive fall out of the tragic gunning down of an academic in Bangalore earlier this week has been the initiation of a debate on the security environment.
- Bangalore Cops Release Suspect Profile (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 31, 2005)
It was a breakthrough of sorts for the city police when they released a sketch of the suspected terrorist who had raided the Indian Institute of Sciences here on Wednesday, killing an IIT professor and injuring four academicians.
- Army Feels Bangalore Is Particularly Vulnerable (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 31, 2005)
State needs better response system, says official
Major General B. Shivashankar, General Officer Commanding, Andhra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala Area, said here on Friday that the recent terrorist attack on innocent persons and . . .
- Battered But Unbowed (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 31, 2005)
The Indian Institute of Science campus, home to some of the finest minds in the country, is also not lacking in spirit, discover BHUMIKA K. and ANAND SANKAR in the aftermath of the dastardly act
- Terror In Bangalore (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Dec 30, 2005)
The terrorist attack at Bangalore on Wednesday indicates that the symbols of India’s economic growth remain high on the target list of the enemies of the nation. Bangalore, the IT capital of India, where some sensitive defence establishments . . .
- Terror Can’T Scar Bangalore: Cm (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 30, 2005)
The Karnataka chief minister, Mr Dharam Singh, today described yesterday’s attack on the Indian Institute of Sciences campus that had killed an IIT don as an act of terrorism.
- Second Security Breach At Iisc (Indian Express, JOHNSON T A, Dec 30, 2005)
For the IISc, Wednesday’s night terror attack was the second serious security breach in less than a year. In May, Tenzing Tsundue, general secretary of the Friends of Tibet, thumbed his nose at the Bangalore police and the IISc security system ....
- Terror Strike (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Dec 30, 2005)
The IISc attack has put the city on the terrorist map
- Terrorist Attack Was Predicted (Hindu, PRAVEEN SWAMI, Dec 30, 2005)
Architect of Lashkar's Akshardham temple attack had visited Bangalore
Officials, institutions were slow to address vulnerabilities
Bangalore has been on the Lashkar's list of targets for a while
- Action Being Taken To Counter Security Threat: Dharam Singh (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 30, 2005)
Heart-wrenching scene at hospital; Puri's body flown to Delhi
We have nothing to say: relatives
Deve Gowda, Ananth Kumar visit hospitals
Police should gear up its intelligence network: Gowda
- Lashkar-Linked Magazine Calls For Attacks (Hindu, PRAVEEN SWAMI, Dec 30, 2005)
Demands `retaliation and requital' for fall of Dacca
The December issue of the Voice of Islam, a Pakistan-based journal closely affiliated to the Lashkar-e-Taiba, has called for "retaliation and requital" of the fall of Dacca to Indian forces on . . .
- ‘Terrorists Behind Bangalore Shootings’ (Daily Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 30, 2005)
Indian police stepped up patrols in the southern technology hub of Bangalore on Thursday after a professor was shot dead and four other people wounded at a top science university in what authorities said was an attack by suspected anti-India militants.
- A Terrorist Strike: Dharam Singh (Hindu, K.V. Subramanya , Dec 30, 2005)
Sophisticated arms were used
Karnataka Chief Minister N. Dharam Singh has confirmed that Wednesday's attack on the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) here was the handiwork of terrorists.
- Lashkar Militant Among 3 Killed (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 19, 2005)
Three militants, including a divisional commander of Lashkar-e-Toiba militant outfit, were killed in a fierce and prolonged encounter at Wuyan, Pampore in south Kashmir while as elsewhere in the Valley, militants hurled a grenade . . .
- Lashker Militant Arrested In J&k (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 18, 2005)
A Lashker-e-Toiba militant has been arrested in Jammu and Kashmir even as militants hurled a grenade on a local cable network office, the police said on Saturday.
- Let Militant Nabbed (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 10, 2005)
A Pakistan based Lashkar-e-Toiba militant was today arrested and a huge quantity of ammunition seized from him in Pulwama district, a police spokesman said.
- The Other Face Of The Evil That Is Lashkar (Hindu, PRAVEEN SWAMI, Dec 09, 2005)
Ejaz Butt's extraordinary story illuminates the lives of the foot soldiers of the organisation'sjihadin Jammu and Kashmir.
- Inside The Lashkar-E-Taiba's Network (Hindu, PRAVEEN SWAMI, Dec 08, 2005)
Top Lashkar-e-Taiba operative Shabbir Bukhari's story offers unprecedented insight into the organisation's working — and raises disturbing questions about the threat it holds out to the India-Pakistandétenteprocess.
- Let Top Gun Killed (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 05, 2005)
In a blow to Lashkar-e-Taiyaba, its self-styled divisional commander for South Kashmir and his two associates were killed in Kachwan-Kokernag, 65 km from Srinagar, last night, a defence spokesman said today.
- Soura Fidayeen Died While Planning Attack On Radio Kashmir (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 04, 2005)
While eliminating five more cadres of Lashkar-e-Toiba in Kashmir valley today, Police and security forces have learned that the three Pakistani militants of the organisation, who were killed in Soura area the other day, had planned a high-profile suicide
- Investigation Blows Open Lashkar Overground Links (Hindu, PRAVEEN SWAMI, Dec 04, 2005)
Operatives used political party workers to assist terror operations
Mainstream political parties in the State have been infiltrated by operatives
Operatives killed on Friday night had photo ID cards of political parties
- 3 Militants Killed (Hindu, PRAVEEN SWAMI, Dec 03, 2005)
The Jammu and Kashmir police on Friday eliminated three top Lashkar-e-Taiba militants, and encircled the organisation's overall commander in the State.
- Hammer Blow To Lashkar (Hindu, PRAVEEN SWAMI, Dec 03, 2005)
They crossed LoC on November 20 to carry out attacks
- Dar Denies Hand In Delhi Blasts (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 26, 2005)
In a boost to the Delhi police in the serial blasts probe, Lashkar-e-Taiyaba militant Tariq Ahmed Dar today admitted before a court here that he was associated with terrorists and transferred hawala money on commission. The accused, however, . . .
- Delhi Blasts Accused Admits To Links With Let Terrorists (Hindu, Devesh K. Pandey , Nov 26, 2005)
Tariq Ahmed Dar, who was arrested in Srinagar by the Special Cell of the Delhi police for his alleged involvement in the October 29 serial explosions here in the Capital, admitted before a Delhi court on Friday his links with terrorists but denied . . .
- Two More Let Militants Held For Delhi Blasts (Daily Excelsior, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 25, 2005)
Two more Lashker-e-Toiba activists have been arrested in connection with the Delhi serial blasts, raising the number of persons apprehended in the case to three.
- Identity Mix-Up Over Delhi Blast Suspect (Express India, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 13, 2005)
The probe in the October 29 serial blasts in the national capital, that left nearly 60 people dead, was understood to have made some headway after the central security agencies picked up one person from South Kashmir believed to be a conduit of Lashker-e-
- What Terrorists Thrive On (Deccan Herald, Sunanda K Datta-Ray, Nov 07, 2005)
Nations would do well to deny terrorists what Margaret Thatcher called ‘the oxygen of publicity’
- In Indonesia, Songs Against Terrorism (Washington Post, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 07, 2005)
The latest suicide bombings on the resort island of Bali appear to have been carried out by young Indonesian Muslims indoctrinated in an ideology of hatred.
- Medicine Award To Open Nobel List (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 03, 2005)
Prize ceremony in Sweden on December 10
- Recognizing Israel (Dawn, Anwer Mooraj, Sep 19, 2005)
By now the thinking man in the land of the pure has probably fully recovered from the headlines which etched the friendly overtures made to the Jewish state by a country that has for 57 years carried on as if the Hebrew republic just did not exist.
- Time To Kick The Barrel Habit (Business Line, G. Ramachandran, Sep 10, 2005)
Crude prices are just below $70, twice their level of five years ago. Five years is a long time in economics, innovation and technology. Yet India, transfixed by its dependence on crude oil and obsessed with pricing formulae, has been too slow to respond
- Tunda Alive In Pakistan (Hindu, Devesh K. Pandey , Aug 27, 2005)
The LeT militant was believed to have died in Bangladesh
Tunda is wanted in 33 cases under the Explosives Substances Act in Delhi and nearby States
Was instrumental in brainwashing Jalees Ansari, who triggered over 40 blasts in Mumbai and Hyderabad. .
- A Rising Challenge (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Jul 16, 2005)
The UPA government can ill-afford to appear irresolute on terrorism
- Back To The Fold (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 08, 2005)
MISFORTUNE never comes alone. Under flak from the Sangh Parivar for calling Mohammad Ali Jinnah a “secularist”, Bharatiya Janata Party president Lal Krishna Advani finds himself back in the company of those who relished the slogan, “Ek dhakka aur do, Babr
- Terror In London (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Jul 08, 2005)
Thursday's serial blasts in London are one of the worst terrorist attacks since September 11, 2001,
- Ayodhya, Frame By Frame (Indian Express, Saeed Naqvi, Jul 08, 2005)
The terrorists got into the Tata Sumo at Akbarpur, which is near Kichaucha village, where lots of Muslims live. Since lots of Muslims live in Kichaucha they must be “fundamentalists”.
- London Under Siege (Indian Express, Editorial, Indian Express, Jul 08, 2005)
The contrast could not have been sharper. The jubilation that had greeted London’s successful bid for the 2012 Olympic Games was replaced — in just a few short hours
- Ayodhya Again (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Jul 07, 2005)
That the high security cordon was breached is worrying
- Attack In Ayodhya (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Jul 07, 2005)
Thirteen years after the demolition of the Babri mosque by BJP-led mobs, Ayodhya has once again shaken the subcontinent.
- No Time For Partisan Calculations (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Jul 07, 2005)
The fidayeen assault on the disputed Ram temple complex in Ayodhya is a reminder that terror strikes when least expected — and it strikes to create panic.
- Ayodhya’S Original Security Lapse (Indian Express, Manoj Mitta, Jul 07, 2005)
The success of the Central paramilitary forces in repelling a terrorist attack in Ayodhya in 2005 exposes the “security lapse” engineered at the same site by the BJP and Congress in 1992.
- Mysterious Ayodhya Storming (Pakistan Observer, Editorial, Pakistan Observer, Jul 07, 2005)
Indan Police has said that six armed militants, who attempted to storm the site of the high security makeshift disputed Ram temple in Ayodhya, were shot dead by security forces on Tuesday.
- The Day After (Tribune, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Jul 07, 2005)
Tuesday's terrorist bid to desecrate the shrine at Ayodhya and thereby create a communal conflagration is a grim reminder of the threat terrorists pose to national security.
- A Befitting Reply To The Ayodhya Outrage (Hindu, Harish Khare , Jul 07, 2005)
A united, secular, plural, and egalitarian state order is the answer to thejihadis.
- The Last Temptation Of Padma (Indian Express, SUMIT CHAKRAVARTTY, Feb 02, 2005)
With historian Professor Romila Thapar turning down the Padma Bhushan award conferred on her on Republic Day this year, the controversy over the acceptance or non-acceptance of these civilian awards announced by the state on such an occasion has once more
- Bush Uses Tsunami Aid To Regain Foothold In Indonesia (Antiwar.com, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 18, 2005)
Besides improving Washington's image in South and Southeast Asia, the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush is hoping to achieve something . . .
- Schooling In Rural India (Hindu, Krishna Kumar, Jan 11, 2005)
One must ask why India can meet global standards in civil aviation, software, and defence, and not in its provision for rural children.
- After The Bali Cocoon Falls Away (The Age, Editorial, The Age, Jan 09, 2005)
Australians stand in danger of being misled over Indonesia, writes Damien Kingsbury.
- Pasricha Moves Out Encounter Cop Again (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 01, 2004)
Another high-profile encounter specialist has been transferred in a major reshuffle in the Mumbai police force.
Pradeep Sharma, who is reputed to have gunned down over 90 gangsters over the past 12 years, is among 20 officers who were transferred ...
- Dubai Storekeeper Reveals Let Link (Indian Express, S. Ahmed Ali, Oct 03, 2003)
Patane, fourth man, completes conspiracy picture
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