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SIMI had big plans for South India

The killing of two SIMI activists in Nalgonda and the investigations that followed reveal that a major plan to revive their activities in South India. 56 more words

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SIMI- Where has the outfit parked its funds?

Even as the hunt for the remainder of the SIMI men intensifies, investigations would show that the revival of the deadly outfit was part of a major plan. 69 more words

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Nalgonda encounter: Who sheltered these SIMI operatives?

The encounter at Nalgonda in which two operatives of the Students Islamic Movement of India were killed has raised several questions.

Two operatives who were part of the gang of five which escaped from the Khandwa jail in Madhya Pradesh in October 2013 were finally tracked down and killed in an encounter. 51 more words

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SIMI's five: 2 down, three more to go

The Madhya Pradesh ATS which has said that the two men killed in Telangana today are part of the same five member gang which had fled from the Khandwa jail in the year 2013. 117 more words

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Patna bombs meant to target massive gathering

The bombs that were discovered in an apartment at Patna were in fact brought down from Jharkhand and the intention was to harm a large gathering of people, investigations subsequent to the arrest of Kundan Kumar an accused in the case has revealed. 41 more words

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Patna bombs go beyond local gangs and naxals

A team of the National Investigating Agency which is assisting the Bihar police in probing the Patna bombs case says that the chances of this incident being related to either the naxals or the local gangs are remote. 46 more words

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Patna bombs- NIA seeks details

The National Investigating Agency has collected details about the low intensity blast that took place in an apartment at Patna on Monday, March 30.

The NIA had sought details as the bombs that were found at the apartment are similar to the ones that were used at the Hunkar rally and also during the Bodhgaya blasts.

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