When the underworld shook Mumbai
Mar 22, 2013
India is No. 4 on list of nations hit by terror
Feb 25, 2013
Charlie Savage and Peter Baker, The New York Times | Thursday May 23, 2013
President Barack Obama plans to open a new phase in the nation's long struggle with terrorism on Thursday by restricting the use of unmanned drone strikes that have been at the heart of his national security strategy and shifting control of them away...
Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday May 2, 2013
Imagine what would have happened if Ajmal Kasab, the ruthless foot-soldier of the 26/11 terror strikes, had chosen Goa instead of Mumbai as his terror target, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Thursday.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday April 17, 2013
A loud bang and the next moment three cars went up in flames and a bike blown to smithereens, recounted witnesses to a terror strike outside the BJP office buzzing with activity ahead of the May 5 Assembly polls.
Reported by Tanima Biswas; edited by Mala Das (with inputs from Agencies) | Saturday March 23, 2013
The Delhi Police is studying security camera footage from a guest house near the famous Jama Masjid mosque to identify who left an AK-56 assault rifle, two magazines with 30 cartridges each, and a hand grenade in a room on its third floor.
Press Trust of India | Sunday March 17, 2013
President Barack Obama, who vastly expanded US drone strikes against terrorism suspects overseas under the cloak of secrecy, is now openly seeking to influence global guidelines for their use as China and other countries pursue their own drone progra...
Indo-Asian News Service | Monday March 11, 2013
Prominent Afghan actor Nazar Mohammad Majnonyar Helmandi who starred in over a dozen films highlighting the struggle against drug trafficking and terrorism was killed in a NATO air strike in southern Afghanistan.
Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday March 9, 2013
To foil any terror strike, the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is planning to install 900 more Close Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras across the Delhi Metro network this year, its chief said on Friday.
Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday February 28, 2013
Ram Gopal Varma's ambitious project The Attacks of 26/11, a movie based on the 26/11 Mumbai terror strike, has hit a rough patch with the UAE censor board. The film has been rejected after it was reviewed by the Dubai censors.
Edited by Surabhi Malik | Tuesday February 26, 2013
Afzal Guru letter: In a letter purportedly written by Afzal Guru in 2008, the Parliament attack convict had reportedly justified the 2001 terror strike and had said that he "was not ashamed" of his role. The letter, written to the editor of Urdu week...
Written By Miloni Bhatt | Monday February 25, 2013
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, Ind...
NDTV.com | Friday February 22, 2013
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 ...
Edited by Sabyasachi Dasgupta (With inputs from Agencies) | Friday February 22, 2013
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 warn...
Reported by Sandeep Phukan (with agency inputs); Edited by Shamik Ghosh | Friday February 22, 2013
In Parliament today, the BJP censured the government for the terror strike in Hyderabad, describing the twin blasts as a massive intelligence failure. The death count from the two near-simultaneous blasts climbed to 16 today. More than 100 people are...
Edited by Surabhi Malik | Friday February 22, 2013
Hyderabad bomb blast: After he visited the Hyderabad neigbourhood where 16 people were killed and 117 injured in twin blasts, Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde repeated that though cities like Hyderabad had been warned 72 hours ago of a possible ter...
Agence France Presse | Friday February 22, 2013
Sutherland said none of the touring players have expressed any security fears after the blasts. Sutherland also refuted suggestions that the incident would distract Australian cricketers from the job at hand.