The Prime Minister dwelt at length on the challenges posed by terrorism while addressing the Council for Foreign Relations in New York.
Royal Air Force Tornado GR4 jets took off from Britain’s RAF Akrotiri on Cyprus for Iraq but returned to base without dropping their laser-guided bombs.
Abu Yusef al-Turki, a 47-year-old Turkish fighter, was among 50 militants killed in strikes on Tuesday.
Home Ministry is exploring the possibility of lodging case under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.
The discovery of the Indian-origin recruiters was confirmed by multiple agencies involved in tracking terrorism.
Belgian police reportedly found guns and bulletproof vests during the crackdown.
The Tunisian army accused the jihadists in July of killing 15 soldiers in the restive border region in the bloodiest day in the army’s history.
We have taken steps to prevent any such development and asked all concerned to remain cautious, he said.
Home minister Rajnath Singh asked the SAARC member countries to chalk out strategies to deal with terrorism.
“This is a crisis against humanity, not a crisis against one country or one race,” said Modi on terror.
IS in Syria, Algeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan have made Aafia Siddiqui’s release a condition for freeing certain foreign hostages.
He also said that nothing could be said about the authenticity of an al-Qaeda video which is still under examination.
The video appears to show the troops in a good condition, at points smiling and waving at the camera.
Barack Obama said the US will continue to draw on its substantial counterterrorism capabilities to prevent ISIL attacks.
So far, those who think attrition would weaken the cults if the standoff is prolonged are being proved wrong.