The list has names from across the world and details of over 150 such professionals across Maharashtra, nearly 70 from Mumbai.
They have been charged with entering into a criminal conspiracy to wage war against the country by collecting weapons and explosive materials to target public places including religious sites and sensitive government buildings in various parts of the country.
The draft Bill also proposes to give powers to the NIA to launch parallel probe into terror attacks on Indians and their properties abroad.
Recently 21 persons from Kerala were suspected to have joined the IS after being reported missing by their families and police have registered a case and are investigating.
CBI sources confirmed that the agency arrested Tawade from Panvel around 8.30 pm, and that he would be produced before the sessions court in Pune on Saturday.
The Home Minister said Pakistan should prove that it was not supporting terrorism by allowing the NIA team to visit Pakistan.
NIA has claimed that several incriminating documents and articles like laptop, mobile phones, pen drives and DVDs have been recovered from the possession from the accused.
The NIA chief in an interview said so far there was no evidence to show that Pakistan government or Pakistani government agency helped Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) or Masood Azhar to carry out the attack.
Akolkar, the accused in murder case, is believed to be linked to ‘Sanatan Sanstha’, a Hindu right wing organisation whose headquarters are located in Ponda, Goa.
Chaoba said that newspapers on May 27 carried a news-item based on a press release issued by an outfit called CorCom claiming responsibility for the incident.
K P Sabeer’s whereabouts have reportedly emerged now following investigations around K A Anoop, an alleged associate of Sabeer who was deported from the UAE last month.
Abdul Wahid Siddibapa, a resident of Bhatkal in Karnataka, was held after his arrival from Dubai.
The NIA had started investigating the case following orders from the HC and the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Statement of Ashiq Ahmed — a 19-year-old engineering student from Bengal — along with those of two others, will form part of NIA chargesheet
NIA probe suggests main suspect was indoctrinated months in advance