Radicalisation(Search results - 10)
Views23, Jan 2020, 6:38 PM IST
Recent ISIS arrests are just a ‘needle in South India’s jihadi haystack’
While our attention was diverted toward terrorism in Kashmir and away from homegrown terrorism down south, intelligence agencies have now turned their heads towards the region which needs a lot of effort to counter the radicalisation that has spread. Counter-terrorism expert Animesh Roul explains how one should go about it?
Views17, Jan 2020, 2:10 PM IST
Poverty, radicalisation not connected: Gen Rawat makes bold statement for good reason
Chief of Defence Staff, General Bipin Rawat’s statement of having de-radicalisation camps has garnered a lot of attention. Though a section of media chose to criticise Gen Rawat, we take a look at the need to make such strong efforts to curb terrorism
Views15, Jan 2020, 11:24 AM IST
ISIS arrests in South: Discourse on Islamic radicalisation can no longer remain in the sidelines
The arrests of the ISIS operatives by the Delhi Police opened up a can of worms literally. The busting of this module led to the police finding that there were many operatives who were part of this network. And the police is talking of a pan-India network with its largest presence in South India.
Views25, Nov 2019, 4:05 PM IST
Caliphate the real destination for Muslims: Radicalisation in Kerala more dangerous than Kashmir
In an interview with Abhinav Pandya, author of “Radicalisation in India-An Exploration,” Vicky Nanjappa travels down the path to South India to understand the challenges that radicalisation poses in Kerala
Views25, Oct 2019, 4:07 PM IST
Radicalisation of South India by Wahhabis who came and went before we knew it
Nearly 1,800 Wahhabi preachers came to South India between 2006 and 2012. They preached, they radicalised, and they left, and the government sat over it.
India10, Oct 2019, 7:03 PM IST
Silent radicalisation in Kashmir: Here’s why it is not time to take our eyes off the Separatists
Many top Separatists are in jail as the probe into the terror funding case is underway. There are however some Separatists who are still in the Valley, but in the aftermath of the abrogation of Article 370 they have been largely silent. The question is, have they learnt their lesson and hence have quietened down?
India29, May 2019, 6:02 PM IST
Radicals use Zakir Musa’s death for recruitment campaign
“We play politics on even on the organisations of militants. Please don’t be divided.” Zakir Musa’s father requested the gathering at his home who attended congregational prayers held for the slain terrorist commander.
India23, Jan 2019, 4:10 PM IST
Massive nationwide crackdown on ISIS-sponsored youth by NIA, ATS based on IB inputs
Growing radicalisation among Muslim youths and the possibility of their falling prey to ISIS propaganda and resorting to undesirable activities is a cause of serious security concern, reads an Intelligence Bureau letter
World3, Oct 2018, 6:50 PM IST
India, Indonesia join hands to address issue of radicalisation of religions
The dialogue comprised a forum discussion, visits to places of worship, and dialogues between Hindu, Islamic, Christian and Buddhist religious leaders of both the countries, the Indian Embassy said in a statement.