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Pragya Thakur’s Candidature Highlights BJP’s Double Standard on Terror: Dal Khalsa

Dal khalsa said the BJP’s choice of Hindutva terror face –Pragya Thakur, as their candidate for Bhopal parliamentary seat is a clear case of double standards of the Modi government on terrorism.

Hindu Terror Remark: Case Files against Kamal Hassan; Hindu outfit leader want him shot dead

A day after south actor Kamal Haasan stated that “Hindu terror is now a reality in India’, a criminal was filed against the Tamil actor in Varanasi on Friday.

BJP worker killed in suspected accidental explosion while handling bomb in Kerala

As per media reports the police on Sunday seized six swords and a knife from the house of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) worker who died in a bomb blast in a suspected accidental explosion near Koothuparamba while handling explosives on Saturday night.

NIA site shows two Malegaon 2008 blast case accused as Babbar Khalsa members

The absconding accused in the Malegaon 2008 blast case, Ramchandra Kalsangre and Sandeep Dange, were described as members of Babbar Khalsa International by the NIA.

2008 Malegaon blast: Charges dropped against Sadhvi Pragya, 4 others

India's premier investigation agency, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) today dropped names of Hindutva activist Sadhvi Pragya Thakur and four others in the September 2008 Malegaon blasts case.

RSS top terror group of India: Maharashtra ex-Top cop S.M Mushrif

Former Maharashtra inspector general of police S M Mushrif termed the BJP s ideological mentor Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) as India s top terrorist organisation, notes media reports.

Achhe din for Saffron Terror? NIA closes investigation in Modasa blast case

There have been much discussions that India's National Investigation Agency (NIA) was trying to save accused linked with Hindutva groups in various “saffron terror” related bomb blast cases. The NIA was said to have changed the course of it's investigation after the BJP led government came to power. But now this is not a mere talk, as in first concrete move the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has closed investigations into the 2008 Modasa blast case.

Hindu Terror not an appropriate term, says Rajnath Singh

New Delhi: India’s Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said that the terms like “Hindu Terror” or Hindu Terrorism” were not appropriate. In response to a media query that the BJP always maintained that Hindu terror was a UPA conspiracy and now, when investigation agency is under him, will he review such cases; the Hindutva leader said that the word “Hindu terror” was not an appropriate term.

Sikh body want RSS chief Mohan Bhagwant to be booked under UAPA for inciting violance

Hoshiarpur, Punjab (February 06, 2014): Dal Khalsa dares the UPA government led by Dr Manmohan Singh to book RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat under UAP Act 1967 and proscribe his organization taking the confessional statement of serial blasts prime accused Swami Aseemanand into account.

BJP bringing the communal cauldron to a boil: Dal Khalsa

Amritsar (January 21, 2011): Coming down heavily on the Bharatiya Janta Party for planning to hoist the Tricolour at Lal Chowk in Srinagar on January 26, the Dal Khalsa said the Hindutva force was smouldering the communal cauldron under the garb of patriotism.

Footprints of Hindu Terror: RSS members behind Ajmer and Hyderabad blasts

New Delhi (May 14, 2010): As per an IBN-CNN story posted on its website on 14 May, 2010 two members of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) - Devender Gupta and Chandrashekhar Barod - have emerged as the prime suspects in the Hyderabad's Mecca Masjid and Ajmer blasts. As links between the two blasts become clearer the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is increasingly looking at involvement of Hindu terror groups.

Book Review: Who Killed Karkare? The Real Face of Terrorism in India, by S. M. Mushrif

Who Killed Karkare? The Real Face of Terrorism in India, by S M Mushrif, the former IG police, Maharashtra, was first published in 2009. Since then a ‘Revised edition’ in 2009 and three more editions have already been published and the fourth edition is now being sent to the bookshops. The book has attracted unprecedented attention. The author has shared his long investigative observations with his readers.