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Delhi riots preplanned, Umar Khalid and his associates arranged for firearms, gave provocative speeches: Read FIR details

The FIR alleges that as part of the conspiracy, Umar Khalid and his associates fielded women and children at numerous roads in order to incite a riot.

Jammu and Kashmir: Police books journalist Gowhar Geelani for indulging in unlawful activities, glorifying terrorism

Earlier, the Jammu and Kashmir police had booked two other Kashmiri journalists Masrat Zahra and Peerzada Ashiq for spreading misinformation on social media and sharing anti-national posts with criminal intent.

Day after Shaheen Bagh mastermind Sharjeel Imam was booked for ‘cut Assam from India’ statement, multiple explosions rock Assam

Four low-intensity blasts rock Assam on India's 71st Republic Day days after Shaheen Bagh mastermind Sharjeel Imam urged Indian Muslims to cut off North East India from rest of the country.

Home Ministry bans Meghalaya-based terrorist organisation HNLC, calls it a threat to the sovereignty and integrity of India

HNLC was first a banned on November 16, 2000, but the ban was lifted later.

Kerala: CM Vijayan says UAPA charges against his party workers arrested over Maoist links will be scrutinised

The Kerala police had earlier claimed that during the investigation it had solid evidence against two Communist party workers. The police had asserted that the duo had maintained contact with Maoist functionaries.

Kerala: Alan Shuhaib and Thaha Fasal arrested for distributing pro-Maoist brochures and shouting pro-Maoist slogans

Earlier in the week, Congress and CPI(M) had protested against Kerala police’s Thunderbolt team for neutralising 3 maoists

NIA terror funding chargesheet against Yasin Malik and others accepted by Court

Accepting the supplementary charge sheet, the Delhi court has extended judicial custody of Yasin Malik till November 17

US body commends India for UAPA and designating Masood Azhar, Hafiz Saeed, Dawood Ibrahim and Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi as terrorists

In a tweet, the United States Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs (SCA) commended India for utilising the new legal authority to "designate four notorious terrorists".

Masood Azhar, Hafiz Saeed, Dawood and Lakhvi declared terrorists under the new UAPA by the Modi govt

The anti-terror UAPA Amendment Bill 2019 was recently passed by the Indian Parliament.

The anti-terror UAPA Amendment Bill 2019 passed in Rajya Sabha as Home Minister Amit Shah leads the charge

Upon receiving the President's assent, the bill will become a law as it was already passed by the lower house of the parliament.

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