Free Press Journal
  • Union Home Minister Rajnath singh adopts Beti Village in Lucknow

    Sealing international boundaries will keep illegal entrants under check: Defence experts

    New Delhi: Defence experts on Saturday welcomed Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s assertion that India is planning to seal the international boundaries with Pakistan and Bangladesh by 2018 and said the terrorists sponsored by the ISIS have been infiltrating through the same route in the states of Assam and West Bengal.

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    ISIS warns of attack on India, Taj Mahal on the hit list

    ISIS has warned of attacks in India and has also published a graphic showing Taj Mahal to be a possible target. The graphic was posted on March 14th by Ahwaal Ummat Media Center was posted on the app Telegram.

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    Mumbai: ATS detains man from Madhya Pradesh in ISIS case

    Mumbai: The Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) of Maharashtra Police detained Abid Shaikh (26) from Khargone district of Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday for his alleged links with the banned outfit, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

  • ISIS using messenger app to avoid detection

    Islamabad : Islamic State militants in Pakistan are dodging authorities by using a messenger app to communicate instead of calling each other to avoid detection, media reported on Friday.


    Bhopal-Ujjain Train Blast: ISIS leaves a message behind says ‘We are now in India’

    BHOPAL: Tuesday’s blast in Bhopal-Ujjain passenger marks the arrival of ISIS in the country.  IG, law and order, Makrand Deouskar on Wednesday claimed, “For the first time, an ISIS module has executed a blast on Indian soil. This blast was merely a trial as the module wanted to test their plan and execution.”

  • Shajapur: Smoke erupts from a bogie after a blast in the Bhopal-Ujjain passenger train near Jabdi station in Shajapur district in Madhya Pradesh. PTI Photo(PTI3_7_2017_000026B)

    Bhopal-Ujjain Train Blast: Perpetrators were under deep influence of ISIS for past one year

    BHOPAL: The three persons arrested by the MP police for being the alleged perpetrators of the train blast were under deep influence of ISIS and its ideology for the past one year. Atish Mohammed, Danish Akhtar and Syed Mir Hussain were regularly visiting websites of radical Islamist organisations and had brainwashed themselves into ardent enemies of the Indian state.