No evidence of al Qaeda's presence in India: US expert

Amid a country-wide alert in India over an al-Qaeda threat, a top US counter-terrorism expert has said there is no evidence of the terror outfit's presence in the country.

CBI implicating its officers in Ishrat Jahan case: Intelligence Bureau tells SC

The Intelligence Bureau has told the Supreme Court that CBI is implicating its officers without verifying the facts in the 2004 Ishrat Jahan encounter killing case of Gujarat.

Naxals may carry out attacks on Independence Day, warns IB

Ahead of the Independence Day celebrations tomorrow, the Intelligence Bureau has issued an alert saying Maoists could carry out strikes on August 15.

Defence Ministry asks IB to keep an eye on pvt defence firms

Defence Ministry has asked the Intelligence Bureau to keep an eye on the private sector defence companies to prevent leakage of classified information about Indian military projects to foreign nationals.

Vaidik-Saeed meet: NIA, IB to question journalist?

The National Investigation Agency and Intelligence Bureau are likely to question yoga guru Ramdev`s aide Ved Pratap Vaidik for meeting Pakistani terrorist Hafiz Saeed.

Fear of Naxal disturbances in Sept keeps police on their toes

With the outlawed Communist Party of India (Maoist) planning to create disturbances to mark its decade of formation this September, police is bracing up to counter any such move and make people aware about the "futility" of the rebel movements.

Shanti Bhushan attacks govt on Gopal Subramanium issue

Former Law Minister Shanti Bhushan on Thursday said it was quite clear that CBI and IB were induced to do a "hatchet job" to scuttle the elevation of eminent lawyer Gopal Subramanium to the Supreme Court bench.

`IB clearance mandatory for appointing private person as OSD`

The central government has made Intelligence Bureau`s clearance mandatory for appointment of a private person as Officer on Special Duty to a minister.

Ishrat Jahan encounter: No MHA nod to CBI to prosecute IB officers without case diary

The Home Ministry is unlikely to grant sanction to CBI to prosecute four Intelligence Bureau officials, including its former Special Director Rajinder Kumar, in Ishrat Jahan fake encounter killing case as the probe agency has not yet submitted the case diary for examination.

Centre cracks the whip on NGOs, direct foreign funding put on hold

Acting on Intelligence Bureau`s recommendation, the Ministry of Home Affairs on Thursday put on hold direct funding of NGOs from abroad.

Farm activists criticise IB report on GM foods

Agricultural activists on Tuesday criticised a report of Intelligence Bureau for terming NGOs as a threat to India`s economic security, especially with regard to genetically modified foods.

PMO writes to ministries asking for details of NGOs working with them

Prime Minister`s Office has written to all the ministries asking them to give details of NGOs working with them on various projects and when they were appointed.

IB warns Delhi Police about terror attack in North Delhi`s Chandni Chowk

Delhi Police has been warned by the Intelligence Bureau (IB) about possible terror attack in the national capital`s busy Chandni Chowk area ahead of Independence Day, as per reports.

Jairam Ramesh says Greenpeace is funded domestically

Former environment minister Jairam Ramesh on Thursday virtually backed the NGO Greenpeace in the backdrop of an Intelligence Bureau report warning that the NGO is a threat to the country`s economic growth.

No info on any IB report on NGOs: Home Minister

Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said he had "no information" on Intelligence Bureau submitting any report that foreign-funded NGOs are "negatively impacting" economic development in the country by organising public protests against industrial projects.

Intelligence Bureau deputy director`s Delhi house burgled

The house of a deputy director of the Intelligence Bureau has been burgled of cash and jewellery estimated at Rs 35 lakh, police said.

Decline in Naxal attacks on key infrastructure since 2011 in Chhattisgarh

Maoist attacks on key infrastructure and government buildings including schools, roads and culverts, hospitals and railway properties have witnessed a sharp decline in the past couple of years in Naxal-hit Chhattisgarh.

Home Minister Rajnath Singh seeks roadmap for strengthening internal security

Taking note of concerns voiced over government`s development projects being affected by the internal security situation, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday asked chiefs of security agencies and paramilitary forces to quickly prepare a roadmap to strengthen the security architecture.

Former IB chief Ajit Kumar Doval appointed as new NSA to PM Modi

Former Intelligence Bureau Chief Ajit Kumar Doval, considered one of the finest operational brains, was on Friday appointed as the National Security Advisor (NSA) to Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi.

Former IB chief Ajit Doval meets Narendra Modi

Former Director of Intelligence Bureau Ajit Doval on Monday met Prime Minister-elect Narendra Modi and gave him a brief on security challenges facing the country.