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  • For anti-terror hub, NCTC, a revamp to win states over

    For anti-terror hub, NCTC, a revamp to win states over

    Days after the twin blasts in Hyderabad killed 16 people and injured more than 100, the government is determined to revive the controversial National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC), which was abandoned last year after unequivocal criticism by state governments. To coalesce support, the government has re-diagrammed the anti-terror hub, stripping i...

  • Arun Jaitley's response to Home Minister's plea for the establishment of NCTC

    Arun Jaitley's response to Home Minister's plea for the establishment of NCTC

    Days after the Hyderabad blasts the BJP says the Congress is weak on fighting the menace and states' rights should not be encroached on.

  • Cricket Australia, BCCI officials in Hyderabad to review security

    Cricket Australia, BCCI officials in Hyderabad to review security

    The terror attacks had cast a shadow on the match but the BCCI ruled out shifting it to some other venue. The HCA would take care of gate and crowd management and would be deploying additional personnel for the purpose.

  • Blog: SMS at 7.15 pm said "blast at Konark Theatre"

    Blog: SMS at 7.15 pm said 'blast at Konark Theatre'

    21 February, 2013: Text message from a friend in Hyderabad on my cell phone at 7.15 pm: "Blast near Konark theatre." At 7.17 pm, another message, from the same friend: "Dilsukhnagar area, not cylinder blast, this is something else". And then minutes later, news of the second blast.

  • India is No. 4 on list of countries hit by terror

    India is No. 4 on list of countries hit by terror

    In a world dotted with conflicts of all kinds, raging civil wars, bloody sectarian violence and terrorism, South Asia emerges as the worst affected. According to the Global Terrorism Index, that profiles data on terrorism from across the world, India is the fourth most affected in the world by terrorism, after Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan.

  • Hyderabad Blasts: No breakthrough in investigations yet

    Hyderabad Blasts: No breakthrough in investigations yet

    Four days after the deadly Hyderabad bomb blasts, Andhra Pradesh Police, under immense pressure to nail the culprits, is yet to make any significant breakthrough in its investigations. Police have questioned nearly 30 persons in connection with the explosions but no arrests have been made yet.

  • Delhi on alert: Security stepped up at India Gate, entry to lawns closed

    Delhi on alert: Security stepped up at India Gate, entry to lawns closed

    Delhi Police have stepped up security around the India Gate area and entry to the lawns has been closed. Sources say that this is a precautionary measure in the wake of Thursday's twin blasts in Hyderabad.

  • Hyderabad blasts: PM meets injured, says 'I share your pain and grief'

    Hyderabad blasts: PM meets injured, says 'I share your pain and grief'

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today arrived in Hyderabad from Delhi in a special aircraft to visit Thursday's blast sites in the city.

  • Hyderabad blasts: police analysing CCTV footage, hopeful of a breakthrough soon, says Andhra Pradesh top cop

    Hyderabad blasts: police analysing CCTV footage, hopeful of a breakthrough soon, says Andhra Pradesh top cop

    The probe into Thursday's twin blasts in Hyderabad, which killed 16 people and injured over 100, gathered momentum with the police scanning the images recorded on a Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) camera mounted on a traffic signal near a blast site in Dilsukhnagar.

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: Prime Minister arrives, to meet the injured

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: Prime Minister arrives, to meet the injured

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh reached Hyderabad today, where twin bomb blasts on Thursday evening left 16 people dead and more than a hundred injured.

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: Police announce reward of Rs 10 lakh for information on culprits

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: Police announce reward of Rs 10 lakh for information on culprits

    Hyderabad police on Saturday announced Rs.10 lakh reward for anybody providing information about the people involved in Thursday's twin blasts, in which ammonium nitrate and timer devices had been used.

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: Tragic tale of two mothers

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: Tragic tale of two mothers

    Along with the 16 people who were killed, nearly 120 more were injured in Thursday's twin blasts at Dilsukhnagar, a suburb in Hyderabad. Among them was 30-year-old Yashoda, who was six-months pregnant with her second child. She was on her way back home from work when she was thrown away by the impact of the blast and landed on her stomach. She not ...

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: TDP demands resignation of Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: TDP demands resignation of Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy

    Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy today drew flak from his party men and the opposition, which demanded that he immediately step down from his post owning responsibility for twin bomb blasts that claimed 16 lives on Thursday .

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: Prime Minister to visit city today

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: Prime Minister to visit city today

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will on Sunday visit Hyderabad, where bomb blasts on Thursday evening left 16 people dead and more than a hundred injured.

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: Six people detained, CCTV footage may have captured suspect

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: Six people detained, CCTV footage may have captured suspect

    Investigators working to unravel the plot behind Thursday's bomb blasts in Hyderabad have reportedly detained six people and questioned many more while close circuit television or CCTV footage has revealed a possible suspect who may have planted the bombs. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will visit Hyderabad on Sunday.

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: City police chief says evidence being collected, too early to draw conclusions

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: City police chief says evidence being collected, too early to draw conclusions

    Hyderabad police chief Anurag Sharma today addressed the media about the investigation into the Dilsukhnagar blasts. Here are the highlights from his address.

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: Survivor, who was also injured in Mecca Masjid blast, questioned; cops say not a suspect

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: Survivor, who was also injured in Mecca Masjid blast, questioned; cops say not a suspect

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: A 23-year-old man injured in the Hyderabad bomb blasts - who also survived the Mecca Masjid blast in 2007 - has been spoken to by investigators probing the terror attack. Abdul Wasey Mirza, who suffered shrapnel wounds and injuries to his legs and ribs in Thursday evening's twin blasts at Dilsukhnagar, told NDTV: "The police...

  • After blasts, Hyderabad's Dilsukhnagar limps back to normalcy

    After blasts, Hyderabad's Dilsukhnagar limps back to normalcy

    The busy Dilsukhnagar area of the city, which witnessed twin bomb blasts on Thursday, is limping back to normalcy with shopkeepers and roadside vendors resuming their business.

  • Hyderabad blasts: six detained for questioning

    Hyderabad blasts: six detained for questioning

    As the Hyderabad Police continues investigations in the serial blasts case, six people have been detained for questioning. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is conducting raids at various places in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Maharashtra, looking for alleged terror modules. While the Hyderabad Police has been cautious in not naming any particula...

  • Hyderabad blasts: CCTV footage may hold vital clues

    Hyderabad blasts: CCTV footage may hold vital clues

    The probe into Thursday's twin blasts, which killed 16 people and injured over 100, gathered momentum with the police scanning the image of a suspect captured on CCTV camera.

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: Did Maharashtra anti-terror squad fail to share crucial leads?

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: Did Maharashtra anti-terror squad fail to share crucial leads?

    Investigators attempting to piece together the plot behind Thursday's Hyderabad blasts have reportedly detained six people and have questioned many more. But they are being circumspect about accusing any terror group just yet, as questions are raised on whether a major intelligence failure allowed the horrific death of 16 people this week.

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde's statement in Parliament

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde's statement in Parliament

    Soon after his visit to the blast site in Hyderabad, Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde updated Parliament on the terror strike with a brief statement that shared the death count and progress in investigations in Thursday's terror attack which killed 16 people and injured more than 100. Here is the full text of the statement made by Home Minister S...

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: why the bombs exploded with such force

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: why the bombs exploded with such force

    The bombs used in the powerful blasts that ripped through Hyderabad's Dilsukhnagar last evening were improvised explosives devices or IEDs built for maximum damage, forensic experts have said.

  • Hyderabad bomb blasts: 10 latest developments in investigations and more

    Hyderabad bomb blasts: 10 latest developments in investigations and more

    A man in Hyderabad has been detained in connection with yesterday's twin blasts which killed 16 people and injured 117 in the busy neighbourhood of Dilsukhnagar. In Parliament, the government faced scathing criticism for overlooking intelligence warnings issued just days ago of a possible terror strike in cities like Hyderabad.

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