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Dawood, Boko Haram- India's new drug cartel

A couple of months back when the Nigerians went on a rampage in Goa, it was not just a run of the mill clash. The Police had picked up a couple of Nigerians who were allegedly drug peddlers and fearing that they are losing control over the drug market in Goa this horrific protest was stage managed. 647 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Why Hyderabad would need central assistance in policing?

There is an ongoing tussle between the Union Government and the state of Telangana over who should control the law and order situation in Hyderabad. The Telangana government says that it is a state subject and hence the union government should stay out of it. 534 more words

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How Jamaat-ud-Dawa funded the 26/11 attack

An Intelligence Bureau dossier would reveal that the amount that was spent to carry out the 26/11 attack by the Pakistan sponsored Lashkar-e-Tayiba was around Rs 11737820. 958 more words

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Hafiz Saeed- hitting him where it hurts

India may never be able to get Hafiz Saeed, but today it is our best chance to break his financial network. The recent sanctions imposed by the United States of America on the Jamaat-ud-Dawa is considered to be much better than the one that was imposed on the Lashkar-e-Tayiba a couple of years back. 611 more words

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Dawood- Costly 2012 lead ignored

Everyone knows that  is a notorious criminal who funds terrorist outfits in exchange for protection in Pakistan. Despite so much talk about him and the with the United States designating him as a terrorist a few years back it is ironic how he manages to continue with his activities especially on Indian soil. 506 more words

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Bringing Dawood back

An obscene amount of money was paid by Dawood Ibrahim to an agent of the ISI recently in lieu of protection. This gives a clear indication that Dawood Ibrahim fears that he will be sent down to India with the new Indian government making up its mind to bring him down. 712 more words

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