On the sixth anniversary of 26/11 attacks, India faces primarily two kinds of jihadist terror threats. One, as a society, it is witnessing the birth of self-radicalizing Muslim youth who are attracted to the jihadist call of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) led by Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi. This radicalisation can be countered by India's vibrant democracy, pluralism and alert parents.
While addressing the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Summit on Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to raise the 26/11 Mumbai attacks in presence of Pakistan Premier Nawaz Sharif.
Three prosecution witnesses deposed on Wednesday before an anti-terrorism court (ATC) judge here holding the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks trial for identifying the two accused, certifying bank transactions and a JuD centre in Sindh.
Asserting that Pakistan- and Afghanistan-based militant groups continue to pose a direct threat to the US interests and its allies in the region, a top American counter-terrorism official has said that the LeT is against improving relations between India and Pakistan.
The hearing in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks trial in an anti-terrorism court against seven Pakistani suspects was today adjourned for the third time as the judge did not show up, citing security reasons.
The hearing in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks trial against seven Pakistani suspects was today postponed till next week following a boycott by lawyers to protest the recent suicide assault at a court premises in Islamabad.
Indian Hotels Company Limited, owners of the iconic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai on Friday expressed "disappointment" over the UK High Court`s decision to allow a compensation claim to be heard in Britain, saying it was a "purely procedural" decision.