Deeptiman Tiwary

Articles By Deeptiman Tiwary

Terror funding case: NIA arrests man from Jaipur

The man, identified as Mohammad Hussain Molani alias Babloo, was sent back from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and is an accused in a terror funding case, involving Lashkar-e-Taiba’s front called Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF).

Can’t accept Rohingya, no proof of them crossing over: MHA official

Sources in the BSF headquarters in Delhi said there was no question of India accepting them as Bangladesh authorities have not yet provided any evidence of the Rohingya having crossed over from India.

Jat leaders say will oppose BJP if not given quota, support Maya

Dharamveer Chaudhary, Chief Coordinator of AIJABM, said that the organisation has asked the community to welcome their MPs with “shoes” as they have failed to raise the issue of Jat reservations in Parliament.

UP sand mining: ED files money laundering case

The ED registered an Enforcement Case Information Report (ECIR) against politicians and bureaucrats from UP for allegedly laundering proceeds of crime earned through illegal allotment of sand mining licences in Hamirpur between 2012 and 2016.

Sedition case reality check: only two convictions in three years

The NCRB data also show a spike in sedition arrests since the beginning of 2014, when only nine persons were either in custody or on bail pending investigation. By that year-end, 58 new arrests were recorded but police were able to file chargesheets against only 16 accused.

‘IS module’: NIA raids in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, four detained

During its raids, NIA had claimed to have seized arms and explosives. Officially, NIA has maintained that the group had plans to target “vital installations and important personalities which included politicians”.

Witness until now, Sana may turn accused in ED investigation into Moin Qureshi case

“His role as a ‘bribe-giver’, as alleged by CBI, needs to be reassessed,” an official said.

NIA probe into ‘IS module’ looks into Kashmir link

An NIA team is now in Kashmir to identify and question the Maulvi and to ascertain if the group ever came in contact with Kashmiri militants.

Assam Accord: Centre notifies 9-member panel

The committee is headed by a retired IAS officer and includes eminent Assamese personalities from various fields. The panel will submit its report within six months.

Raids across UP and Delhi: CBI to examine Akhilesh Yadav in mining case, SP cries vendetta

IAS officer B Chandrakala’s home searched, agency FIR names 11. Both Yadav and Prajapati held the mining portfolio between 2012 and 2016 when the alleged irregularities in the mining of minor minerals were supposed to have happened.

CBI transfers officer probing Rakesh Asthana, returns case to him

Rakesh Asthana was sent on leave along with CBI Director Verma after the agency arrested a deputy SP of the special director’s team in the case for allegedly being an active participant in the conspiracy.

National Investigation Agency arrests man for supplying arms to ‘IS module’

During its raids against the group on December 26, the NIA had claimed to have seized a huge cache of arms and explosives.

RNG Awards: Stronger journalism becomes, brighter shines a democracy, says Rajnath

Singh was speaking after presenting awards to 29 winners in 18 categories — across print, broadcast and purely-digital — for outstanding work done in 2017.

Congress MPs throw paper planes towards Arun Jaitley, Speaker pulls them up

When both MPs continued unperturbed, Jaitley said, 'I think these paper planes are being floated in the memory of Eurofighter (Rafale’s competitor in the deal).'

Rahul Gandhi targets PM Modi over Rafale, Arun Jaitley slams Congress ‘legacy of lying, corruption’

Congress president calls for JPC probe, says PM doesn’t have guts to face House; later, calls for ‘one-on-one’ debate

Rafale deal: Shiv Sena backs Opposition demand, says Supreme Court never said no to a JPC

Shiv Sena asked why the procurement number was reduced from 126 aircraft to just 36 if Rafale is the best aircraft.

Planning strikes since 2009, angry over bias: Key accused in IS plot

The 29-year-old Islamic preacher, who was arrested by NIA last week from his home in Jaffrabad, Delhi, told interrogators that he had been hurt by events such as the Babri Masjid demolition and believed that Muslims were discriminated against in the country.

IS terror plot busted: ‘Group had material to inflict large casualties’

Home Ministry sources said that the analysis proved preliminary conclusions that the group was in an “advanced stage of carrying out series of blasts”.

NIA arrest 10: ‘Group’s mastermind found his friend and guide on Facebook’

As the 29-year-old Islamic preacher from Amroha, began trawling the internet, he soon found a “friend and guide” on Facebook, sources said. This guide, who claimed to be an office bearer of the IS, had allegedly assumed identity of Abu Malik Peshwari.

Before IS arrests, officials surveyed Amroha homes

Not rocket launcher but a hydraulic jack used in trolleys, says kin of accused. After the arrests, the NIA had said Suhail taught in a madrasa in Amroha, something his relatives and several madrasas close by know nothing about.

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