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Lashkar-e-Tayyaba hiring men to disrupt polls

Unable to push through militants in large numbers into India from across the border ahead of the crucial Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir terror outfit Lashkar-e-Tayyaba has started a major rec

Ajit Doval meets Mamata Banerjee, to get West Bengal’s full support

Ajit Doval (second from left), accompanied by NIA director-general Sharad Kumar (fourth from left) inspects the blast site. AA

The Centre has decided to change the deployment pattern of the security forces along the porous India-Bangladesh border, in a direct fallout of the Burdwan blast.

Narcotics funds used by Dawood Ibrahim for terror

It is largely suspected that Dawood Ibrahim has been using money raised by smuggling narcotics to fund terror activities in Afghanistan and India.

ISI moves Dawood to hideout near Pakistan-Afghanistan border

Sustained joint efforts by Indian and US security agencies seem to have forced underworld don Dawood Ibrahim to leave his high-security mansion in Karachi and go into hiding at an undisclosed location

58 terrorist cells active in Bengal

In a sensational revelation, intelligence agencies and the National Investigation Agency told the Centre that at least 58 terror modules are active in West Bengal, most specialising in making IEDs.

National security adviser set to visit Burdwan Monday

National security adviser (NSA) Ajit Doval is likely to visit Burdwan, West Bengal, on Monday.

Government won’t dilute or partially lift AFSPA

The Centre’s new policy on Jammu and Kashmir will clearly spell out the government’s firm stand on the contentious issue of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act in the state as it will categorically ru

National Investigation Agency targeted by saboteurs?

Specific intelligence reports reaching the Centre suggest that the National Investigation Agency’s team probing the Burdwan blast is facing a serious threat from subversive elements.

Burdwan module planned to make Bengal terror hub

There was a conspiracy by the Burdwan module to convert West Bengal into a major terror hub over the next few months to carryout subversive activities in different parts of the country.

Row in Pakistan as 35 die in India forces’ retaliation

The massive retaliation by the Indian security forces in response to Pakistan’s repeated ceasefire violations in which 35 of its nationals, including 12 Pakistan Rangers, were killed has led to severe

The Archers and Test cricket: words you rarely find in the same sentence and more’s the pity as there’s not much else that can give greater innocent pleasure.

For those younger Pakistanis born in the 1990s and later, the country’s growing dysfunctionality and its slipping further behind in the global comity of nations across a wide front, has seemed to be t