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Detail Of Terrorism Update

10/1/2013

Pakistan      Nine people killed in separate incidents of violence in Karachi
Pakistan      Three unidentified dead bodies found near Pakistan-Afghanistan border in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India      Six SIMI cadres escape from Khandwa jail in Madhya Pradesh stabbing two guards
India      Civilian injured in Meghalaya
Pakistan      Levies official injured in a targeted attack on anti-polio team in FATA
Pakistan      Chief Minister Abdul Malik's convoy escapes rocket attack in Balochistan
India      Maoists call for Odisha and Andhra Pradesh bandh on October 5
India      Three persons arrested along with FICN in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Three persons arrested along with FICN in Madhya Pradesh
India      Former SIMI cadre arrested in Kerala for publishing book whose content could allegedly fan communal hatred
India      ISI agent arrested in Punjab
India      Central Government issues high alert over IM plan to target political leaders
India      Indian national sentenced to eight years of prison for "criminal conspiracy for the preparation of a terrorist act", says report
India      Three aides of LeT operative Abdul Karim Tunda remanded in judicial custody
Bangladesh      ICT-1 to deliver verdict against BNP standing committee member Salauddin Quader Chowdhury today
India      300-350 VDC personnel deployed along all possible infiltration routes in Jammu and Kashmir, says report
Sri Lanka      Most recommendations in the LLRC report have been implemented, says External Affairs Ministry Secretary Karunathilaka Amunugama
India      Union Minister of State for Home Affairs RPN Singh praises Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal in tackling Naxalism
India      'Neither ethnic-based administrative system nor status of ST, SC or OBCs would bring equality and development in Manipur',claims UNLF 'chairman' Sana Meghen
Pakistan      Slain Lyari gangster Arshad Pappu was picked up by men in Rangers uniform, discloses former SHO Javed Baloch
Nepal      124 parties contesting CA polls under PR system







 
India
Six SIMI cadres escape from Khandwa jail in Madhya Pradesh stabbing two guards

Six cadres of the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) and another under trial escaped from Khandwa jail (Khandwa District) in the morning of October 1 (today), reports Hindustan Times. They also stabbed and injured two policemen on mobile duty outside the jail premises. The SIMI activists are at large, but the other under trial, Abid Mirza, was rearrested by Police in nearby Sarvodaya Colony. Mirza is accused of planting a bomb at a nursing home and in a ransom case, both in 2010.

The SIMI cadres were identified as Amjad, Abu Fazal, Ejajuddin, Zakir Badul, Aslam Ayub and Mehbob alias Guddu. Police said except for Amjad, all five SIMI activists were arrested in 2010-11 for the murder of a Policeman, an advocate and a bank manager on November 28, 2009, at Khandwa. Police had also recovered controversial pamphlets and documents from their possession.

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