Tarikul Islam, the Bangladeshi terrorist arrested in connection with Burdhwan blast, is believed to have acquired Aadhaar card and Voter Card to project himself as an Indian citizenship and avoid being arrested by the NIA, official sources said here on Sunday.
From arranging logistics for carrying out the July 11, 2006 train bombings to conducting recce of suburban trains, the accused had the task cut out for them in precision, as per the chargesheet filed by Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS).
Delhi Police on Monday filed an application in a city court seeking opportunity to be heard before any decision on the plea of Sayyed Liyaqat Shah, arrested by it for allegedly planning to execute attacks here in 2013, seeking discharge in the case on basis of the NIAs report giving him a clean chit in the matter.
In a shocking case of Islamic State radicalisation in India, a young Hindu woman from Delhi had planned to go Syria to support ISIS but, luckily, her father found out about her plan and sought help of the National Investigation Agency.
A Delhi court is likely to pass on September 21 its order on framing of charges in a case in which Hizb-ul-Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin is listed in a charge sheet for allegedly receiving nearly Rs 80 crore funds from Pakistan for carrying out terror activities across India.
The Supreme Court has sought responses from the Centre, Maharashtra government and the National Investigation Agency (NIA) over the issue of public prosecutor Rohini Salian's charge that NIA officials had asked her to go slow in the 2008 Malegaon bomb blast case.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday declared a reward of Rs 39 lakh for anyone providing information about six terrorist having links to the attack on a BSF convoy in Jammu and Kasmir's Udhampur.
NIA, which is probing the terror strike on a BSF convoy case in Jammu and Kashmir last month, Friday announced cash reward on information leading to the arrest of six Lashker-e-Taiba and Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists who were part of a larger conspiracy behind the attack.
Three months after the gruesome attack in Manipur that left 18 army personnel dead, NIA on Thursday announced a bounty of Rs 17 lakh for providing information about two top leaders of militant Naga group NSCN-K including its chief SS Khaplang who were allegedly behind the strike.
Three months after the gruesome attack in Manipur that left 18 Army personnel dead, NIA Thursday announced a cash reward of Rs 7 lakh for information leading to arrest of S S Khaplang, Chief of NSCN-K, a rebel Naga group allegedly responsible for the killings.
A Special Court on Monday allowed NIA's plea seeking its permission to conduct polygraph test on suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba operative Showkat Ahmed Bhat, arrested in connection with Udhampur terror attack case.
Shaukat Ahmed Bhatt, who arrested by National Investigation Agency (NIA) in connection with last month`s Udhampur terror strike on a BSF bus that left its two personnel dead, will be produced before Delhi Court on Monday.
Showkat Ahmed Bhat, arrested by NIA in connection with last month's Udhampur terror strike on a BSF bus that left its two personnel dead, was brought here this evening for a scientific analysis of his statements and will be subjected to a lie detector test.
In yet another arrest in the Udhampur attack, NIA on Tuesday booked an alleged overground worker of banned Lashker-e-Toiba (LeT) outfit who had transported four terrorists from one place in Kashmir to another after they infiltrated into Valley.
With Jammu and Kashmir being the hub of terror activities, National Investigation Agency (NIA) has set up camp offices at four places in the state and wants to establish a permanent base there for more effective monitoring of cases that take place in the region.
No "discrepancies" have been found in polygraph (lie detection) test conducted on captured LeT terrorist Mohammed Naved Yakub, involved in the August five Udhampur attack on a BSF bus that left two border guarding force personnel dead.