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9/11's dangerous legacy

NEVER before the repercussions of a terror had attack inflicted such misery in the history of mankind. No, I am not talking about the victims of World Trade Centre, but about the ones who became prey to America's 'war on terror'. The 9/11 is perhaps the deadliest among all legacies that was intended for creating more global conflicts across the world. Ask yourself, if you had ever known, heard or come across a disaster that would create and justify a...

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Militant threats nearer home…

Militant threats nearer home…

The world is never  short of threats and intimidation. The latest to be blurted out is from al-Qaida leader Ayman al Zawahri.  He claims to have flagged off an Indian branch of his militant group 'spearheading' a South Asian front. Set against Lashkar-e-Tayyeba's Taj Hotel massacre in Bombay, such a threat from al-Qaida with...

al-Qaeda wants to portray Modi as enemy of Islam: US analyst

al-Qaeda wants to portray Modi as enemy of Islam: US analyst

al-Qaeda, which has announced the creation of a separate wing for India, wants to portray the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi as an enemy of Islam and as such India should take its threat "very seriously", a well-known American counter-terror expert said on Thursday even as the US tried to downplay the terrorist...

US-bound flights must turn on phones

US-bound flights must turn on phones

Passengers at some overseas airports that offer US-bound flights will be required to power on their electronic devices in order to board their flights, the Transportation Security Administration said Sunday. The TSA said it is requiring some overseas airports to have passengers turn on devices such as cellphones before boarding. It says devices that...

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