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Discussion in 'National Politics' started by RoYaN, Jul 13, 2011.

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  1. Mr.Ryu

    Mr.Ryu Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    Why can't police arrest DVS he openly told he has proof of Sangh involvement so if he is silent it means he is helping the culprit and protecting them i am sure there is a LAW for punishing those who is protecting accused right ?

    And i am sad as Faiz or for the case any one died and it's unfortunate for cop's that one has to die under them but i think this is slowly turned into politic if not 2day in next 1 month i afraid it will be.
     
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    fact of the matter is even if there is concrete evidence against a known group like IM, cong will never bring this out in the open. Infact it's the individual investigative agents leaking these info about the evidence they have in this case. Whereas govt is not officially confirming anything yet. This only goes to show that they have a sinister motive not to disclose the information about the culprits they have, instead they want people like Diggy to carry this vile agenda of spreading poison in public!!
    even in the case of german bakery blast in Pune, they have clear CCTV foorage of a known IM operative leaving the xplosives at the target & was identified by culprit's brother too. Then again govt doesn't want the full fact to come out in the public.. for the simple reason.. they want to safeguard the minority vote bank. This is a very dangerous trend being set by this UPA, consequence of which can be disastrous!!
     
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    People gather at Opera House, in Mumbai, to pay homage to the victims...:cray::india:
     
  5. Mr.Ryu

    Mr.Ryu Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    I agree that cong and UPA are taking a bad road and it will lead not only cong/UPA but also INDIA to disgusting places.
     
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    Terrorists move to Skype, frustrate eavesdroppers

    NEW DELHI: Terrorist organizations targeting India have moved their communications significantly to Internet and other possible innovative means, denying Indian intelligence agencies any major breakthrough yet in their post-Mumbai blasts investigations.

    Intelligence agencies have been carrying out intense sweeping of various communication means, especially mobile and satellite networks to see if there are any suspicious phone calls, and any possible contacts between individuals in India and their contacts in Pakistan. It is a standard practice, one which has paid them rich dividends in most investigations in the past.

    But this time around, agencies are finding an unusual silence, and almost no contacts across the border. This despite significant upgrade in the eavesdropping capabilities of most agencies in recent times, especially that of Research and Analysis Wing, Intelligence Bureau and NTRO ( National Technical Research Organisation).

    A senior intelligence officer said they had for sometime now been suspecting that the terrorists had moved their communications to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), a communication technology that helps delivery of voice and multimedia data over Internet.

    A senior Army officer said they were getting credible inputs in recent times that Kashmiri terrorists were being provided smart phones from which calls could be made using Skype, the popular Internet VoIP site. Though they haven't yet recovered any such Skype phones, Army found that communications over mobile and Thuraya satellite phones had mostly dried up, he said.

    Ever since Indian agencies exhibited that they could easily listen in on radio sets of terrorist groups, they had moved on to satellite phones for their contacts across the border. Indian agencies took sometime to figure out how to listen in on satellite phones, mostly supplied by Thuraya. In recent years, this provided Indian intelligence agencies a wealth of data, and several real time updates on terrorists targeting India.

    Now that terrorists have moved to VoIP communications, the Army officer admitted that they would have to figure out "foolproof methods" to monitor communications between India and Pakistan.

    A senior officer with one of the intelligence agencies doing technical monitoring said the volume of Internet data in and out of India was so huge that none of the agencies had the manpower to do real time monitoring. "It is a major challenge, a really tough one," he said.

    In many bomb blast cases in the past, the key breakthroughs came via intercepted phone calls. During the November 2008 Mumbai attacks, agencies were able to intercept phone conversations between terrorists in Mumbai and their handlers in Karachi that proved their cross-border links and helped investigators complete the narrative. In the case of the 2006 train bomb blasts, the agencies were able to pick up a significant phone call to the Bihar-Nepal border, but it was ignored as the local police built up a fantastical story at the cost of real investigation.

    In several other terrorist attacks too, technical intelligence helped Indian investigators achieve breakthrough. Many fear that may have moved into a tougher regime now.

    Terrorists move to Skype, frustrate eavesdroppers - The Times of India
     
  7. abirbec04

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    Mumbai serial blasts linked to Varanasi, Delhi

    Investigators probing the triple blasts in Mumbai on July 13 have narrowed down the likely perpetrators to terror outfit Indian Mujahideen. This is after investigators concluded that the bombs used in Mumbai were similar to those that went off in Varanasi last December and outside the Delhi High Court this May.

    “Ammonium nitrate along with fuel oil was used in the previous blasts and in both cases the bombs were small and kept in tiffin carriers, which allowed better portability,†said an officer on condition of anonymity.

    He said investigators suspect that the same group is behind the two previous blasts and the firing at Delhi’s Jama Masjid in which a bus carrying foreigners was shot at by two motorcycle-borne assailants on September 19, 2010, a day before the Commonwealth Games began.

    A bomb placed in a tiffin box had gone off at Sheetla Ghat in Varanasi on December 7, 2010. A girl had died instantly and more than 20 people were injured.

    An elderly woman succumbed to her injuries later.

    The bomb that exploded outside the Delhi high court on May 25 this year did not cause any casualties. Investigators suspect that a module of IM, comprising of youths from Azamgarh in UP, may have been involved in these attacks as well as in the Mumbai blasts.

    “We suspect that like the previous module which carried out a series of attacks in 2008 and was busted by the Mumbai Police’s crime branch, this group is moving from one place to another and carrying out attacks. He said a police team had gone to Azamgarh to hunt for clues but returned empty-handed. Meanwhile, the CCTV footage from various cameras has been forwarded to a private firm to get clearer images.

    Probe spreads across country

    The probe into the serial blasts in Mumbai on July 13 has spread across the country and suspects are being questioned to establish leads.

    Ahmedabad Police are interrogating Indian Mujahideen (IM) operative Danish Riyaz, who had sent emails to top leaders of the outfit before his arrest in June from Vadodara.

    Riyaz, who was a techie, is an accused in the 2008 Gujarat blasts in which more than 50 people had died. "Before his arrest, Riyaz had sent emails to top brass of the IM like Abdus Shubhan alias Tauqeer, Abdul Raziq and Mujeeb Sheikh and

    Kolkata-based Haroon. We are trying to find out if any exchanges took place between them in connection with the recent blasts in Mumbai," Joint CP , Ahmedabad crime branch, Mohan Jha said.

    Bihar Police are questioning suspected Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HuJI) operative Mohammad Riyazul Sarkar, who was arrested from Kishanganj district on Saturday.

    Kishanganj superintendent of police RK Mishra said Sarkar was a Bangladeshi national and had sneaked into India in 2000.

    He added Sarkar’s hands were burnt and so are being examined.

    Meanwhile, the union home ministry has asked intelligence agencies to prepare a list of persons who have disappeared from four West Bengal districts bordering neighbouring Bangladesh — Malda, Murshidabad, Nadia and North 24 Parganas — from where terrorist outfits are suspected of roping in recruits.

    Mumbai serial blasts linked to Varanasi, Delhi - Hindustan Times

    "Surprise Surprise !!!! It's not the Sanghis. What say Diggy? Couldn't manufacture evidence anymore Sir? Or has the cottage Industry met its own death after repeated failures and its inability to manufacture and fabricate even one single case against the Sanghis. What happened to Indresh Kumar or Sadhvi Pragya or even Aseemanand? Diggy Chacha have to work harder to get something done or else your vote bank is running away Chacha. :lol:

    I have a simple suggestion, if the damn Sanghis are manufacturing bombs in troves (factories) why not ban the RSS or the VHP as anti-national Terrorist organization or better approach the UN to declare them as such. Diggy Chacha, as a die hard fan of yours, we expected better from you. :sarcastic:
     
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    Will crack 13/7 soon, say cops as 3 detained in Gujarat

    MUMBAI: Investigations into the 13/7 serial blasts are focusing heavily on suspects in Gujarat, with the state Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) reportedly getting major leads pointing to the involvement of the Indian Mujahideen (IM).

    Sources said the ATS, with the help of the Gujarat ATS, detained three suspects from Ahmedabad who are believed to be new IM recruits. The three have reportedly spilled the beans on the entire conspiracy. They are being brought to Mumbai for further investigations to decide the veracity of their statements. "We have now got concrete leads and are very confident of cracking the case," said a senior officer.

    Meanwhile, state ATS sources said the Zaveri Bazar bomb was kept in a steel tiffin and on the scooter's seat, not in the boot. The Opera House bomb was planted in a dustbin, but whether a tiffin was used is not yet known. The Kalina Forensic Science Laboratory's (FSL) preliminary report says the bombs had ammonium nitrate and TNT.

    Intercepted phone calls and emails have also given clues to investigators that the 13/7 triple blasts may have a Gujarat connection. The state ATS, along with central agencies, has been monitoring phone calls, which led to clues being unearthed on Saturday. "The calls intercepted are suspicious. Some calls are just two to three minutes long, but seem important. We cannot ignore such calls. Investigations are at such a stage that we cannot utter a single word about the probe," said a senior ATS officer.

    Emails sent and received by arrested IM operative Danish Riyaz have not provided much information about the Mumbai blasts, but helped police know about other IM operatives. Danish was arrested three weeks ago by the Gujarat ATS. A two-member team from the National Technical Research Organization (NTRO), led by an inspector-general of police rank, was camping at ATS headquarters, Nagpada, Mumbai, on Monday. The NTRO suspects that some of the texts and pictures in Danish's emails could be a form of steganography, which involves hiding messages in small files.

    Will crack 13/7 soon, say cops as 3 detained in Gujarat - The Times of India

    Everytime we are hearing the name of Gujrat Police and ATS. Is this the only Police agency worth any salt left in the country? No its because Gujrat has a no-nonsense approach towards these jehadi outfits. Diggy Chacha, it is Indian Mujahideen not Sangh and its not funny any more. :angry:
     
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    @abirbec04 & others: Please avoid using red fonts.. Use the other available options & leave the red fonts for mods & admins.
     
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    13/7: Little-known militant outfit JIAM bombed Mumbai

    Investigators piecing together the jigsaw puzzle of the July 13 triple bomb blasts in Mumbai feel the blasts could have been the handiwork of a little-known militant outfit, the JIAM (Jam-i-yyathul Ansarul Muslimeen).

    Based on all the available information and evidence, investigators have found out that at least six people were involved in planting the bombs in various places in the city.

    Of the six, three have a thorough technical knowledge of bombs, an officer said. “They probably moved in pairs,” he said. “Each pair went to the three locations - Zaveri Bazar, Opera House and Dadar. Those with technical expertise must have planted or placed the bombs.”

    Experts have started focusing on the involvement of JIAM, a relatively new terror outfit with a strong base in South India. Another investigator said the group functions as a shadow organisation of the Indian Mujahideen (IM). The group recruits people from the IM and even from the underworld.

    An officer from a central investigative agency said JIAM, originally a organisation based in Bangladesh, has recruited several fresh faces from Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Gujarat, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. There are unconfirmed reports that say JIAM could also have connections with the Taliban, the officer said.

    JIAM is also known to issue fatwas and the outfit even has some Pakistanis. The outfit plays a pivotal role in strengthening the roots in the Southern Indian states of Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. According to the intelligence bureau, JIAM’s main function is to spread the work of Lashkar-e-Taiba and the IM. “Some of their key members are holed up in West Asia,” the officer said.

    The outfit’s members keep changing their names and identities to dodge the police. “The outfit’s name first cropped up after the bomb blasts in Bangalore,” the officer said.

    13/7: Little-known militant outfit JIAM bombed Mumbai - Mumbai - DNA
     
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    Here comes the first pearl of wisom baling CIA and MOSSAD for thr blasts :lol:

     
  13. RoYaN

    RoYaN Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    ^^^^ I think spent too much time on PDF :rofl:
     
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    ^^^^ Let them make up their minds first. Is it CIA, or MOSSAD or RAW or the Sanghis? Diggy might help - he has all the evidence on bomb factories. :lol:
     
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    diggi raja = Mr.Know it All :rofl:
     
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