NIA takes over probe against Davinder Singh, Hizbul terrorists
An NIA spokesperson said that it has re-registered the case against Singh and the three terrorists, who were arrested along with arms and ammunition while travelling in a car. Earlier, a team of NIA officials, including an Inspector General rank official, reached Srinagar and collected all the information from police in Jammu and Srinagar.
Rahul Gandhi hits out at NIA chief, says best way to 'silence' Davinder Singh is to give him case
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said the NIA c...
Top Hizbul terrorist killed in encounter with security forces in J&K
The encounter between the ultras and a joint team of Army and police per...
J-K: Jaish terrorist Adil Gulzar killed in Budgam encounter
A terrorist, who was killed in an encounter with security forces in Budgam district on Monday has been identified as Adil Gulzar Ganie affil...
Who Davinder Singh is and how the Kashmir cop was caught with Hizbul militants
Once on the other side of the table and dictating the line of questioning, Deputy Superintendent of Police Davinder Singh was grilled by a p...
J&K Police Deputy SP Davinder Singh took Hizbul commander Naveed Babu to Jammu in 2018 as well
Davinder Singh was arrested on Saturday along with Naveed alias Babu, another militant Rafi Rather and an alleged Over Ground Worker Irfan Dar, in a car on highway in Kulgam district, when they were on way to Jammu. J&K police currently interrogating Singh and Naveed are also investigating, whether they were on way to execute any big attack or not.
Senior J&K Police officer arrested along with 2 terrorists whom he was ferrying in Kashmir Valley
While refusing to divulge details of the probe so far, Kashmir Inspector General of Police (IGP) Vijay Kumar said that after the news about their detention on the Jammu-Srinagar national highway in south Kashmir on Saturday spread, some militants escaped from a hideout in Shopian.
1,999 stone-pelting incidents in 2019 in J-K, 1,193 post abrogation of Article 370
The data revealed that the highest number of 658 stone-pelting incidents took place in August last year, followed by 257 in May, 248 in September, 224 in April, 203 in October, 103 in February and 84 in November. In 2018 and 2017, 1,458, and 1,412 stone pelting incidents were reported in the erstwhile state, respectively.
First time: Nepal to help India in checking 'third country' suspects, terror operatives
The "landmark" decision was inked during the fourth India-Nepal coordination meeting held between Indian border guarding force SSB and its Nepalese counterpart APF at Pokhara, Nepal during November 20-22. The Indian side was led by SSB DG Kumar Rajesh Chandra and the Armed Police Force of Nepal team was headed by its Inspector General Shailendra Khanal.
4 Hizbul Mujahideen overground workers arrested in Kishtwar
In all, the number of terrorists and their supporters arrested have gone up to 16 in the massive crackdown on terror network by the National Investigation Agency (NIA), the Army and the Police.
Militant associate involved in threatening civilians arrested in J-K's Pulwama
"Police in Awantipora arrested a terrorist associate involved in threatening and intimidating locals in Tral area. He has been identified as Asif Ahmad Bhat, a resident of Larow Jageer Tral," a police official said. He also said as per the police records, Bhat was involved in publishing and circulation of threat posters in the area.
US lawmakers seek probe into terror finance links between two prominent Muslim groups and LeT
Three American lawmakers, Jim Banks, Chuck Fleischmann and Randy Weber, have asked the State Department to investigate possible terror financing links between two prominent American Muslim organisations and terrorist groups. Their letter said, "Specifically of concern are the innocuous sounding organisation, HHRD and their sister organisation, ICNA."
Kashmiri shopkeeper’s killing: Hizbul Mujahideen on radar
Unidentified masked persons had attacked 65-year-old Mir with firearms in his shop on Thursday night. He succumbed to bullet injuries in a local hospital.
Pakistan may remain on FATF Grey List beyond Feb 2020: Report
The FATF retained Pakistan on the Grey List and warned the country of action for its failure in combating money laundering and terror financing. The decision was taken after a five-day plenary of the FATF held in Paris in October. The Asia Pacific Group of the FATF had found serious deficiencies in Pakistan's anti-money laundering measures.
India calls for united global effort against terror financing
Addressing the inaugural session of the 'No Money For Terror' conference, Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy expressed India's concern over the tacit support some nations are extending to terror groups. There is a need for a united global effort against all those who support terror or help generate finances for terrorism, he said.
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