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Indian Muslim Said to Have Joined ISIS Is Reported Dead




US urges India to step up as regional power




Pakistani army begins ground offensive against Taliban




US adds 2 Lashkar-e-Taiba leaders, several aliases to terrorism list

The Pakistan-based terror group continues to use aliases in an attempt to hide its operations in South Asia. The US also said LeT conducted a suicide assault in Afghanistan as recently as May 2014.


Authorities have remanded into custody wanted terrorist Syed Kirmani, following his arrest on arrival in Hyderabad from an unidentified Gulf country on May 5; he is suspected of involvement in the 2003 'ISI conspiracy' violence. Kirmani and his associate, Maulana Abdul Qavi, who was arrested in March, are allegedly linked to the Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad, and Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence.




Nine Muslims, including six women and children, were found shot dead in a suspected sectarian attack in Assam; 20 people have been arrested. The army repelled an infiltration attack along the Line of Control in Jammu & Kashmir. Security sources say Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate is trying to establish a base in Sri Lanka; a suspected ISI agent was arrested in Chennai earlier this week.




Two bombs detonated in two coaches of the Bangalore-Guwhati Express as it was stopped at the Central station in Chennai, killing a passenger and injuring 14 others. No group has claimed responsibility for the blasts, but security officials have been monitoring the Islamist terror group Indian Mujahideen more closely in recent weeks.




Police claim to have arrested four members of the Indian Mujahideen, including Pakistani bomb expert Zia Ur Rehman a.k.a. Waqas, in Rajasthan. The group was allegedly planning a "spectacular terror attack" in India, and a large quantity of explosives was seized. The Indian Mujahideen was listed as a terrorist group by the US in 2011 for its ties with the Lashkar-e-Taiba and other Pakistan-based outfits.




Suicide attack on Indian consulate foiled in Kandahar province




Pakistan militant resurfaces, ignites Indian fears of attacks




India - Dead, jailed terrorists still CBI's most wanted




India Mulls Sending Military Advisors to Afghanistan




Syria most dangerous country for media in 2013, 126 dead worldwide: INSI




Pakistan Taliban condemns media's celebration of Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar




Russian and Indian troops took part in counterterrorism war games in the Mahajan range. An Indian news report said that last month Indian authorities alerted Israel that a cell of the Indian Mujahideen was planning attacks on Israeli tourists in Rajasthan. The Indian Mujahideen terror group is said to have recently split into two factions, one still linked to Pakistan's intelligence agency and focusing on attacking India, and the other with an independent agenda. Indian Mujahideen suspect Asadullah Akhtar a.k.a. Haddi disclosed under interrogation details of the group's ties to al Qaeda, the Taliban, and other organizations.




Police are searching for Afzal Usmani, an operative from the banned terrorist group Indian Mujahideen, who escaped from detention in Mumbai. He is accused of involvement in the 2008 Ahmedabad bombings in which 56 people were killed and over 200 wounded.




At least 31 people have been killed and many more wounded in clashes between Muslims and Hindus in Muzaffarnagar in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. Security forces have been told to shoot rioters on sight. Officials are blaming each other for the violence, and cite the recent publication of inflammatory material on social media. Some 200 people have been arrested, including a local Hindu politician.




Pakistan militants prepare for war in Afghanistan after foreign forces withdraw




India to Boost Commando Presence in Afghanistan




Intelligence agencies warned that the Lashkar-e-Taiba is planning to attack targets in south India, possibly using an eight-man team being trained in Pakistan. The attackers are said to be likely to enter from Sri Lanka. Authorities are also concerned that several terrorist groups, including including LeT, Babbar Khalsa International, Jaish-e-Mohammed, Jamat-ud-Dawaa, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Al-Umer Mujahideen, Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, are trying to collaborate on striking India.


 
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