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The Anatomy of the Iblis (Part-1) - The Velvet Glove

It is not known exactly who first brought the tulip to Northwestern Europe, but the most widely accepted story is that it was a 16th Century Flemish diplomat, Oghier Ghislain de Busbecq, an ambassador for the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I, to the court of the great Ottoman Emperor, Suleyman the Magnificent. 1,535 more words

Frontline Documentary: A Perfect Terrorist

The Memoir of an “American Terrorist”

PBS, April 21, 2015, by Jason M. Breslow

David Coleman Headley is not exactly a household name, but his is one of the more unnerving terrorism cases in the post-9/11 era. 1,346 more words

Counter Jihad Report

NIA proposes plea bargains to encourage voluntary confessions

In order to incentivise truthful and voluntary confessions from the accused in terror cases, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) wants to offer a plea bargain, wherein a probable death sentence could be reduced to life imprisonment if they cooperate with investigators, sources have told HT. 242 more words

Nation

Who is Honey Bee?

Who is Honey Bee? This is a question that is there is in every body’s mind following a revelation made by the two British authors, Adrian Levy and Cathy Scott in their latest book. 937 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Who is Honey Bee?

Who is Honey Bee? This is a question that is there is in every body’s mind following a revelation made by the two British authors, Adrian Levy and Cathy Scott in their latest book. 937 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

The David Headley Problem

There is understandable anger and grief in India over the United States recently sentencing David Coleman Headley to 35 years in prison. Formerly known as Daood Sayed Giulani, the Pakistani American Headley was one of the masterminds behind the November 26, 2008 terrorist assault on… 17 more words

United States

About Terror and Terrorists

It was around 7.45 a.m. yesterday that I saw on Twitter that President Pranab Mukherjee had rejected the mercy petition filed by Afzal Guru, who awaited the death sentence for his role in the attack on India’s Parliament way back in 2001. 468 more words

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