National Investigation Agency
Hindu woman from Kerala tortured and coerced by Muslim man to join ISIS, appeals to state police chief for help
Most of these love jihad cases have a deep-rooted connection with the ISIS and function via a network of ISIS sympathisers who lure and sell women as ISIS sex-slaves.
As per NIA, the three accused had conspired and conducted preparations to wage war against the government of India by forming the terrorist outfit Ansarulla.
NIA busts Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh terror module in Bengaluru, seizes live IEDs and components
The NIA busted the terror ring based on the revelations made by key JMB operative Habibur Rehman, who was arrested by the security agencies last month
In the biggest crackdown on terror funding, NIA registers cases against top separatist leaders, Hawala operators and stone pelters
The NIA investigation attempts to identify other key players in the nexus of the terror funding, stone-pelting at the forces and vandalization of government institutes
NIA crackdown on Kashmiri separatists continues, wins custody of Masarat Alam Bhat, Shabir Shah and Asiya Andrabi in terror funding case
Additional Sessions Judge Rakesh Syal has sent the three to 10-day custody of the NIA
Previous govts were soft on Muslim radicalisation and terror due to political reasons, former RAW officer reveals
Former RAW officer opens up on Congress government never allowed the agencies to work aggressively against Pakistan
NIA conducts raids at PFI office in connection with murder of Ramalingam who resisted religious conversions
PFI was banned by the Jharkhand government in February this year under the Criminal Law Amendment Act for indulging in anti-national activities in the State and having links with terror groups like the ISIS.
ISIS terrorist from Kasargod module case arrested by NIA, admits to planning Sri Lanka style suicide blasts in Kerala
His interrogation revealed that he was planning to conduct a suicide bomb blast in Kerala, similar to the Sri Lankan blast
India had warned Sri Lanka about Easter bombings in advance on the basis of raids on ISIS modules in India
Terror leader of Sri Lanka bombings had visited India and radicalised several persons
NIA court refuses to restrain Pragya Thakur from contesting Lok Sabha elections, says it has no jurisdiction
The special NIA court was hearing a petition filed by Nisar Ahmed Sayyed Bilal, a 59-year-old resident of Malegaon, Nashik seeking directions to restrain Pragya Singh Thakur from contesting elections.