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NEW YORK, May 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On June 06, human rights group "Sikhs for Justice" (SFJ) will hold a "Sikh Sovereignty March" in Manhattan to mark the 30 year of attack on the Golden
Recent advances in computer science at the University of Maryland's Laboratory for Computational Cultural Dynamics cast fresh light on terrorism in India, such as yesterday's coordinated attacks in Mumbai.
Officials fear lax security at Indian laboratories could make the facilities targets for terrorists seeking biological weapons to launch attacks around the world.
STRASBOURG, France, December 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Members of the South Asia Peace Forum of the European Parliament met at Strasbourg on 16th December 2009 to review international developments of concern to the members and to plan the future activities of the forum. The members expressed considerable concern at the possibility that Afghanistan might once again be left with elements of the Taliban in power in Kabul.
India was warned by the United States about a possible maritime terrorist attack a month before the carnage in Mumbai, a source told CNN. The source, a counterterrorism official, said U.S.
Analysts say the terrorist siege near the financial district of Mumbai may scare off foreign investors in India, at least in the short run. India's economy had already slowed, due to a decline in the rupee and the global credit crisis, The New York Times reported Saturday.
Four explosions in Agartala, India, Wednesday night left four people dead and 76 more injured, hospital sources said. The state police confirmed just one death but said the toll likely would rise, The Times of India reported. The first bomb went off about 7:30 p.m. at a bus stand.
Text of report by Indian news agency PTI website New Delhi, 25 September: Google's social networking site Orkut today banned a community named as 'Indian Mujahideen' following the serial blasts in the national capital on 13 September.
Mumbai: The police suspect Mumbai techie Taufique Bilal to have hacked into American Ken Haywood's computer to send the terror email.
By MARK MAZZETTI By Mark Mazzetti and Eric Schmitt The New York Times WASHINGTON U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that members of Pakistan's powerful spy service helped plan the deadly July 7 bombing of India's embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, according to U.S. government officials.
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