Cases of arrest of Muslim youths on false terror charges cause of concern: Law Minister Gowda

Cases of arrest of Muslim youths on false terror charges cause of concern: Law Minister Gowda

Union Law Minister DV Sadananda Gowda said that legal reforms will be made to address such cases.

Friend of California shooter indicted on gun, terror charges

On December 2, 14 people were killed and more than 20 others injured in a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California, by US-born American citizens of Pakistani descent.

Pakistan to demand proof of terror charges for deportees

Pakistan ordered its diplomatic missions in the European capitals to seek proof of charges in cases of deportation of any of its citizens held on terror charges by the host countries.

British teenage girl admits terror charges

 A 16-year-old British schoolgirl arrested along with a teenage boy allegedly involved in a plot to attack police officers at a parade in Australia has pleaded guilty to two terror charges, including possessing a "recipe for explosives".

Seven arrested in West Bengal on terror charges

Seven people, including five Sri Lankans, were arrested in the city on suspicion of being involved in terror activities, police said on Sunday.

Jailed on false terror charges: Jamiat for compensation

Prominent Muslim body Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind (JUH) on Friday demanded "stern action" against officials and agencies allegedly involved in jailing innocent persons on false terror charges and sought "compensation" from central and state governments for those acquitted by courts.

Turkey arrests 24 May Day protesters on 'terror' charges

Turkish authorities on Tuesday formally arrested and charged with "terrorism" two dozen people detained during May Day demonstrations in Istanbul, state media said.

US citizen brought from Pakistan to NYC faces terror charges

A US citizen who authorities say traveled from Canada to Pakistan to train with al-Qaida in order to carry out jihad has been arrested and charged with conspiring to kill American soldiers, according to court papers unsealed on Thursday.

DNA: Indian Army pays tribute to Colonel MN Rai, martyred in Kashmir

The Indian Army, Wednesday, paid a poignant tribute to Colonel MN Rai, the braveheart who laid down his life in the line of duty in Kashmir yesterday – 24 hours after he was awarded a Republic Day gallantry medal.

DNA: NIA wants Delhi cops who framed Liyaqat Shah punished

Taking strong exception to an NIA report against Delhi Police's Special Cell, the government has indicated tough action on delinquent officers who had allegedly "framed and fabricated" terror charges against a Kashmir resident returning from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

US judge to hear terror charges against Indian American in open court

 A US federal judge has declined a government request to hold a closed-door hearing next week for an Indian American teenager charged with attempting to go abroad to join the extremist group Islamic State, a media report said Saturday.

Abu Qatada cleared of terror charges in Jordan, leaves jail

Abu Qatada cleared of terror charges in Jordan, leaves jail

Radical Islamist cleric Abu Qatada was cleared of conspiring terror attacks on US and Israeli citizens by a Jordan's state security court.

Pak cleric, 1,400 supporters booked under terror charges

Pakistan police today registered a case against a Canadian-based cleric and 1,400 of his supporters under terrorism and other charges for attacking police and damaging public property as he returned to the country to lead a "revolution" against the government.

First person in UK convicted for Syria-related terror charges

A British Muslim has become the first person in the UK to be convicted of terror offences in connection with the conflict in Syria.

Osama bin Laden`s son-in-law faces trial in US on terror charges

Suleiman Abu Ghaith, one of Osama bin Laden`s sons-in-law and a former spokesman for al Qaeda, heads to trial next week in New York on terror-related charges in a case that could feature testimony from several al Qaeda figures.

Iraq hangs 26 convicted on terror charges

Iraq`s Justice Ministry says 26 prisoners convicted of terrorism-related charges have been executed, all of them Iraqi nationals.

42 executed in Iraq over terror charges

Iraq`s justice ministry Thursday announced that it has executed 42 convicted prisoners, including a woman, in the past seven days over terror charges.

Abu Qatada pleads `not guilty` to Jordan terror charges

Islamist cleric Abu Qutada pleaded not guilty today to terror charges pressed by Jordanian military prosecutors just hours after his deportation from Britain, his lawyer said.

Iraq executes 21 in one day on `terror` charges

Iraq put 21 men to death on Tuesday, a senior justice ministry official told AFP, the latest in a series of mass executions that have drawn international condemnation.

Release and compensate innocent Muslim youths, appeals AIMPLB

All India Muslim Personal Law Board claimed that a large number of Muslim youths were lodged in prisons on terror charges.