India | Press Trust of India | Wednesday October 22, 2014
The Bihar government on Tuesday allowed sale of five kg LPG cylinders that were banned after Bodh Gaya serial blasts last year in which the use of unlicensed small gas cylinders was suspected.
Cities | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday March 7, 2014
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) detained two people in Bihar's Arwal district to quiz them over the July 7, 2013, serial bomb blasts in Bodh Gaya, police said on Friday.
India | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday November 22, 2013
After serial bomb blasts in Patna and Bodh Gaya, Bihar is set to have its own Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) and the state government has appointed its first inspector general (IG), officials said today.
India | Edited by Mala Das | Monday November 18, 2013
The National Investigation Agency today announced a cash reward of upto Rs 10 lakh for any information leading to the arrest of five men accused in serial blasts in Patna.
Cities | Press Trust of India | Wednesday November 13, 2013
A woman "kingpin" of an illegal money transaction racket operating in Bihar with Pakistani link, has been arrested from Karnataka by Bihar Police.
India | Edited by Shamik Ghosh | Wednesday November 6, 2013
Investigators allege that orders for blasts in Bodh Gaya and Patna came directly from Pakistan, where Riyaz Bhatkal, believed to be the founder of terror outfit Indian Mujahideen now lives.
India | Reported by Manish Kumar, Edited by Prasad Sanyal | Tuesday November 5, 2013
Investigators say that the chart with its matrix of names proves that the Patna and Bodh Gaya terror attacks were conducted by the newly formed Ranchi branch of the terror group Indian Mujahideen.
India | Edited by Prasad Sanyal | Thursday October 31, 2013
He used Black Beauty as his code name in internet chats and has a Masters in Psychology - this is the profile of a man named Haidar, who, according to investigators, was crucial in the planning and execution of Patna's first terror attack.
Cities | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday August 14, 2013
Bihar is set to spend Rs 50 lakh each month for the deployment of 261 Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel at the Mahabodhi temple at Bodh Gaya that was rocked by blasts on July 7, officials said.
India | Reported by Sudhi Ranjan Sen, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Wednesday July 31, 2013
The Mahabodhi temple in Bodh Gaya, which was rocked by multiple blasts on July 7, will now be protected by the Central Industrial reserve Force (CISF). This is the first time the paramilitary force will guard a religious place.
India | Press Trust of India | Tuesday July 16, 2013
Two sketches of a suspect in a monk's robe in the Bodh Gaya serial blasts were released today by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) which struggled for a breakthrough in its probe nine days after the terror attack.
India | Edited by Shamik Ghosh | Thursday July 11, 2013
The Mahabodhi temple, which was rocked by multiple blasts on Sunday morning, had contracted a private agency for additional security two years ago. The contract was renewed in April. However, the night before the blasts, there was no guard present fr...
Cheat Sheet | Edited by Diana George | Wednesday July 10, 2013
The National Investigation Agency or NIA today filed three FIRs in the Bodh Gaya blasts case. The FIRs have been filed in the court of the chief judicial magistrate or CJM in Patna. Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, who visited the blasts site today...
India | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday July 10, 2013
An Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) team visited the Mahabodhi temple in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, after Sunday's serial blasts and found that only modern structures had been damaged, an official said on Wednesday.
India | Reported by Sudhi Ranjan Sen; Edited by Shamik Ghosh | Wednesday July 10, 2013
The elite National Investigation Agency or NIA, which is probing Sunday's multiple blasts in Bodh Gaya, is reportedly looking into a twitter account which has been used to tweet a warning that Mumbai will be the next terror target.
India | NDTV.com | Wednesday July 10, 2013
Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde addressed the media in his monthly briefing. Mr Shinde spoke on the Bodh Gaya blasts and the Ishrat Jahan case. Here are the highlights of Mr Shinde's address:
India | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Wednesday July 10, 2013
Religious places in India may now be protected by the paramilitary, Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde said today after visiting the Mahabodhi shrine in Bodh Gaya, the site of multiple blasts on Sunday.
Cheat Sheet | Edited by Nadim Asrar | Wednesday July 10, 2013
Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde has said the authenticity of claims made by the terror group Indian Mujahideen on Twitter must be verified before the government arrives at any conclusion over the serial blasts that ripped through the Mahabodh...
India | NDTV.com | Wednesday July 10, 2013
Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde who is in Bodh Gaya today at the site of the multiple blasts along with Congress President Sonia Gandhi, told the media that a thorough probe is on but "we don't want to arrest anyone in a hurry." He also said that t...
India | Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Wednesday July 10, 2013
Another trail has gone cold in investigations into the multiple blasts on Sunday at the Mahabodhi temple in Bihar's Bodh Gaya. Four people who were detained and questioned yesterday by the National Investigation Agency or NIA for suspicious movement,...