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GUJCOCA: Why tough anti-terror laws are the need of the hour

When Section 66A was struck down one of the many beneficiaries were Mehdi Masroor Biswas alias Shammiwitness. Very recently when the Delhi police failed to prove charges under the Terrorism and Disruptive Act, they came under a lot of criticism. 33 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Burdwan investigation: How bad politics can put a nation at risk

Jihad from Bangladesh to Bhagdad is a slogan attached to the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh.

As one goes through the investigation papers of the National Investigating Agency in connection with the Burdhwan blast, it only goes on to show how such a dangerous outfit was taking shape in India since the year 2006, thanks to un-checked infiltration and terrible politics. 7 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Islamic State Seize Four Checkpoints and Kill Dozens

DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — Syria’s state-run news agency says Islamic State militants have launched an attack on a government-held village in central Syria, killing at least eight people and wounding scores. 670 more words

End Time Prophecy

AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat assembly on Tuesday passed a controversial anti-terror bill which was previously sent back by two presidents. 297 more words


Prosecutors rest in Boston bombing trial

BOSTON (CNN) — An 8-year-boy who once urged people to “stop hurting each other,” was literally blown apart by a homemade bomb as he watched the 2013 Boston Marathon with his family, jurors heard Monday. 2,054 more words


Under Siege From The Islamic State In Ramadi - Vice News Published on Mar 30, 2015

In early March, while the world was watching Iraqi government forces advance on the Islamic State (IS) in Tikrit, IS was launching a series of assaults on what little remains of the Government-held parts of the provincial capital, Ramadi, which has been under siege for over a year. 112 more words


South China now favoured way out of country for IS recruits

China’s southern seaboard has replaced the mountainous and tightly guarded western frontier as the preferred route for Islamic extremists to slip recruits out of the country, according to a leading expert on terrorism. 726 more words