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Pakistan Grants Bail to Key Suspect in 2008 Mumbai Attacks




Home Minister Singh announced that the government has banned the Islamic State terrorist group. Police are investigating the likelihood that Mehdi Masroor Biswas, who was arrested for running a prominent pro-ISIS Twitter account, has links to Islamic State operatives. The Intelligence Bureau warned of the possibility of lone-wolf terrorist attacks.




Police in Bangalore arrested Mehdi Masroor Biswas, 24, who is accused of operating a prominent pro-Islamic State Twitter account. A senior counterterrorism officer has said that the number of Indian jihadists who have gone abroad to fight is growing.




Militants Strike in Kashmir as Elections Approach




Indian ISIS recruit goes home after having to clean toilets: reports




World Leaders at Asian Meetings Warn on Middle East Extremism




Taliban splinter group releases photos of suicide bomber who attacked Pakistani border crossing

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar announced that a fighter known as Hanifullah executed the deadly suicide attack on Nov. 2 at the Wagah border crossing.


Pakistan border attack shows Islamists′ strength




Spy agencies averted more deaths in Pakistan-India border bomb: sources




Suicide bomber strikes in Pakistan at border crossing with India

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, a recently formed splinter group of the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan, and Jundallah both claimed credit for the suicide attack in Wagah that killed more than 50 people.


US adds Harakat-ul-Mujahideen's emir to terrorism list

Fazle-ur-Rahman Khalil, Harakat-ul-Mujahideen's founder and leader, signed Osama bin Laden's infamous 1998 fatwa that declared war on the US and Israel. HUM was added to the list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations 18 years ago.


Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent claims attacks on Pakistani ships were more audacious than reported

Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS), the newest branch of al Qaeda's international network, has released a nine-page statement giving its version of the attacks on two Pakistani frigates on Sept. 6. AQIS claims that all of the operatives, except one, were "serving officers in the Pakistani Navy."


Pakistani Islamists use floods to turn opinion against India




Al Qaeda's shadowy new 'emir' in South Asia handed tough job




After Syria and Iraq, Islamic State makes inroads in South Asia




Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent incorporates regional jihadist groups

Usama Mahmoud, AQIS's spokesman, openly stated that the group "was formed by the gathering of several jihadi groups that have a long history in jihad and fighting."


Indian states on alert after al Qaeda announces local wing




Al Qaeda opens branch in the 'Indian Subcontinent'

Ayman al Zawahiri announced the establishment of al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent. The group is led by a former Taliban leader known as Asim Umar.


Indian Muslim Said to Have Joined ISIS Is Reported Dead




US urges India to step up as regional power


 
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