Kerala-India

RSS to stop proposal for Christian University in Kerala

GCIC Objects to RSSPrantha Karyavahak P Gopalankutty,s diatribes against Christians and proposal of Christian University in Kerala. The Kerala state unit of the RSS has hinted that they may intervene at national level if the Commission goes ahead with its proposal.The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has raised objection to a proposal put forth by the National Commission for Minorities to establish a Christian University with headquarters in Kerala.

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Kerala ISIS kingpin was NIT product

KOZHIKODE: Shajeer Managalasseri Abdulla, the suspected kingpin of the Islamic State (IS) module in Kerala, is a graduate from National Institute of Technology-Calicut (NITC). An expert in information technology, he completed BTech in civil engineering in 2002 and left for UAE in 2004 after he landed a job there.

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Islamic Salafism accelerated ISIS terror modules in Kerala-India

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The NIA(National Investigation Agency) said the accused were inspired by the IS and had assembled at a hilltop in Kannur to plan attacks against key politicians in Kerala and TN.
Six men, part of an Islamic State (IS)-inspired group, who were arrested from Kerala on October 2, have told their interrogators that though they closely followed controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik and another Kerala-based preacher, M.M Akbar, their speeches did not have much influence on them.

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NIA to take over cases of missing Kerala youths allegedly recruited for Islamic terror net work

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) will soon take over the cases of missing Kerala youths, who are believed to have joined banned international terror group IS after the State police completed their investigation.
Official sources said the Kerala police have meticulously investigated the cases and identified at least 21 youths who have gone missing from the State. Among them 17 were from Kasaragod and four from Palakkad. They include four women and three children. Two women were among those missing from Palakkad.
The Kerala police have finished their part of investigation and the cases were now being transferred to the NIA for carrying out the probe overseas. The exercise will include collecting of evidence from foreign countries, the sources said.

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