Tuesday, Dec 07, 2021

Zabiuddin Ansari aka Abu Jundal

Take It To Them

Jul 06, 2012 B. Raman

No dossier, no Headley, no Abu Jundal and no amount of dramatic TV debates will help in countering Pakistan’s use of terrorism against India. What we need is an effective and deniable deterrent power.

Premature Articulation

Jul 02, 2012 B. Raman

Should the union home minister be the first to rush to the media before even ascertaining and verifying all facts?

Achtung! LeT Loose Again

L'affaires Abu Jindal and Sarabjit Singh indicate the unshackling of the Lashkar by the ISI, underlining the fresh dangers of the possibility of a major terrorist strike

An Important Catch

Jun 26, 2012 B. Raman

If Abu Jindal's disclosures will assume a serious dimension if they indicate that his escape to Saudi Arabia was part of a diabolical plan of the ISI and the LET to organise a fresh strike in India

The Arrest Of 'Abu Jundal'

Is it a result of back channel co-operation between the intelligence agencies of India, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia? Or indicative that Pakistani agencies want to resume mass casualty terrorist strikes in Indian territory using the LET once again?

17 February, 2010

Can't Be Business As Usual Anymore

B. Raman

Two developments originating from Pakistan after the explosion in the German Bakery of Pune underline that internal security should not be handled in a routine manner, as the follow-up action on Headley's visits to India seem to have been handled .

18 July, 2006

Infinite Patience?

Kanchan Lakshman

Even the PM agrees that "in the backdrop of this ghastly tragedy .. we reflect on our relations with Pakistan ... We will look at whatever options that are there." What are those options?

16 July, 2006

No Smoking Gun Yet

B. Raman

Compared to the serial bombings of March,1993, the progress in the investigation has been much slower this time with no breakthrough in sight.

22 October, 2005

From Internet To Islamnet

B. Raman

There is an increasing use of the Internet by international jihadi terrorist organisations, posing news challenges and opportunities for Net-centric counter-terrorism.

Photo Gallery

Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) workers clear a water logged road after heavy rainfall due to Cyclone Jawad, in Kolkata.

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A health worker checks details for COVID-19 tests of the passengers arriving from Rishikesh at the Bikaner railway station.

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Shops at a Muslim-dominated area of Dalmandi remain closed on the anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition, in Varanasi.

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Resident doctors of Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital raise slogans during a protest in New Delhi.

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An elderly beneficiary reacts as she receives a Covid-19 vaccine dose amid fear of spreading of a new variant of the virus (Omicron), at a government hospital in Jalandhar.

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