British deputy PM Nick Clegg, whose focus was mainly economic, education and climate change, was extremely impressed by PM Modi.
The NIA chargesheet names one SIMI and nine IM suspects.
Investigators have linked the voice on the tape to Armar based on questioning of arrested Indian Mujahideen suspects.
The Delhi Police alleges that Bhatkal and Akhtar, along with other co-accused, had set up an arms manufacturing factory in Nangloi.
The youth, who was tracked down by his mobile phone Internet protocol address, has been identified as Parbatji Takur.
Police claimed that Waqas was sent to India after a failed terror plot to target foreign tourists outside German Bakery.
Delhi cops detain him, later vouch for his ‘innocence’, tell college to take him back.
The office-bearers pointed out that a few years ago, the Trust had donated Rs 10 lakh for installing CCTVs.
Earlier, all the blast accused were put up in Chhota Chakkar, which are shared barracks.
Anwar Bhatkal drove auto-rickshaws and mini-trucks in Bhatkal before moving to Kuwait about eight years ago.
Akhtar and Waqas, along with others, Mohd Maroof, Wakar Azhar and Mohd Saqib Ansari, were arrested by the special cell in March.
The STF team of the Kolkata police arrested Hossain, a Bangladeshi national, from a railway station in central Kolkata.
The IP address of Nimbuzz chat, NIA claims, was traced to Pakistan Telecom Company Ltd.
Hossain was said to be a key operative in the terror group.
Hussain, a resident of Mirpur in Bangladesh, is suspected to be one of the main conduits of IM leaders in India.