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Indian Mujahideen
Indian Mujahideen is a terrorist group led by Abdul Subhan Qureshi.[4] The Indian Mujahideen was declared a terrorist organisation on 4 June 2010 and banned by the Government of India.[5][6][7] On 22 October 2010, New Zealand
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2007 Samjhauta Express Bombings
The 2007 Samjhauta Express
Samjhauta Express
bombing was a terrorist attack that occurred around midnight on 18 February 2007 on the Samjhauta Express, a twice-weekly train service connecting Delhi, India, and Lahore, Pakistan.[4][5] Bombs
Bombs
were set off in two carriages, both filled with passengers, just after the train passed Diwana near the Indian city of Panipat, 80 kilometres (50 mi) north of New Delhi.[4][6] Sixty-eight people were killed in the ensuing fire and dozens more were injured.[7] Of the 68 fatalities, most were Pakistani civilians. The victims also included some Indian civilians and three railway policemen.[8] Investigators subsequently found evidence of suitcases with explosives and flammable material, including three undetonated bombs
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2003 Mumbai Train Bombing
At 19:45 hrs on 13 March 2003, a bomb exploded as a train pulled into the Mulund railway station. The bomb was placed in the first class ladies' compartment and killed 10 people with 70 injured.[1] Among the ten killed were four women in the first class compartment, two of which were police constables, and six men who were in the adjoining second class compartment. This was the third in a series of five bombings against the city within a period of eight months. The other bombings were:2002 Mumbai
Mumbai
bus bombing 2003 Mumbai
Mumbai
bombing 2003 Mumbai
Mumbai
bus bombing 25 August 2003 Mumbai
Mumbai
bombingsNotes and references[edit]^ Asthana, N. C.; Nirmal, A. (2009). Urban Terrorism : Myths And Realities. Pointer Publishers
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2001 Jammu And Kashmir Legislative Assembly Attack
On Monday, 1 October 2001, three militants belonging to Jaish-e-Mohammed carried out an attack on the Jammu and Kashmir State Legislative Assembly complex in Srinagar using a Tata Sumo loaded with explosives, ramming it into the main gate with three fidayeen suicide bombers.[1][2] 38 people and three fidayeen were killed in this attack.[3]Contents1 The Attack 2 The aftermath 3 See also 4 ReferencesThe Attack[edit] The attack took place at about 2 pm, one hour after close of business. One terrorist attacker drove a Tata Sumo loaded with explosives to the main entrance and exploded it. The other militants entered the building and seized control. All militants were killed in the ensuing gunbattle which lasted several hours.[4] No Lawmaker was killed since they were meeting in temporary facilities as the legislature building had recently been damaged in a fire.[5] Many senior leaders had already left the building
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Akshardham Temple Attack
On 24 September 2002, two armed men attacked the Akshardham Temple complex at Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India. They killed 30 people and injured more than 80. National Security Guards
National Security Guards
intervened and ended the siege the next day, killing both attackers.[2][3] They killed at least 30 people and wounded 80 others by using automatic weapons and hand grenades.[4] National Security Guards
National Security Guards
intervened and ended the siege by killing both attackers the same night. Six accused were later arrested by Gujarat
Gujarat
Police
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2002 Attack On American Cultural Centre In Kolkata
Four police constables and a private security guard were killed and 20 other people injured when, on January 22, 2002, Islamic militants attacked an American cultural centre in Kolkata, India. The centre houses a library, the American embassy's public affairs office, a press section and a cultural wing.[1] Two motorcycle-borne attackers, draped in shawls, sped up to the American Centre building at about 6:15 IST, refusing to stop at checkpoints and began shooting at police guards from an AK-47 assault rifle who returned fire.[2] Four of the dead were Kolkata police constables while the one of the dead belonged to a private security agency Group Four.[2] The constables killed in the attack were identified as Pijush Sarker, Ujjal Burman, Suresh Hembram and Anup Mondal and belonged to the 5th battalion of Kolkata Armed Police.[3] Two groups claimed responsibility for the attack
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2002 Kaluchak Massacre
The 2002 Kaluchak Massacre was a terrorist attack on 14 May 2002 near the town of Kaluchak in the Indian state Jammu and Kashmir. Three militants attacked a tourist bus from the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh and killed 7 people.[3][4] After that they entered the family quarter of the Army and fired indiscriminately at the inmates, killing 23 persons, including 10 children, eight women and five Armymen. The age of all the children killed ranged from four to 10 years. Thirty-four people were injured in the attack.[5]Contents1 The Massacre 2 Reaction in India 3 International reactions 4 References 5 External linksThe Massacre[edit] The terrorists reportedly crossed the Line of Control from Pakistan and boarded the bus at Vijaypur. When the bus neared Kaluchak, they shot the driver and the conductor and opened fire on the passengers. On hearing the shots in the bus, the Indian army soldiers fired in their direction
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2002 Qasim Nagar Massacre
The 2002 Qasim Nagar massacre was the killing of 29 Hindu
Hindu
labourers in Qasim Nagar on the outskirts of Jammu (city)
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Rafiganj Train Disaster
The Rafiganj
Rafiganj
rail disaster was the derailment of a train on a bridge over the Dhave River in North-Central India, on 10 September 2002. At least 130 people were killed in the accident, which was reportedly due to sabotage by a local Maoist
Maoist
terrorist group, the Naxalites. Overview[edit] The accident occurred at 10:40 PM, when the Eastern Railway's high-speed, luxury Howrah Rajdhani Express
Howrah Rajdhani Express
train derailed on a 300-foot bridge over the Dhave River near the town of Rafiganj
Rafiganj
near Gaya. The train had left Howrah
Howrah
with over 1,000 people on board six hours before, and was heading towards New Delhi when the tragedy happened. Fifteen of the eighteen train cars derailed and fell across the tracks, two of them tumbling into the river beneath
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2002 Mumbai Bus Bombing
At 18:45 IST on Monday, 2 December 2002, a bomb placed under a seat of a B.E.S.T.
B.E.S.T.
bus exploded near the busy Ghatkopar
Ghatkopar
station. The bomb was placed in the rear of a bus near the station and killed two people and injured over 50. Ghatkopar
Ghatkopar
being the final stop, all the passengers in the bus had just alighted and passengers for the return trip had not yet entered the bus
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Kurnool Train Crash
The Kurnool
Kurnool
train crash was the derailment and crash of a passenger train in Kurnool
Kurnool
district in Andhra Pradesh, India, on 21 December 2002. The Kacheguda - Bengaluru City Superfast Express
Kacheguda - Bengaluru City Superfast Express
was an express passenger service traveling between Hyderabad and Bangalore, entered Kurnool
Kurnool
district at 1.00am, when it suddenly derailed, throwing the engine and seven carriages off the track and into one another. Twenty people were killed in the wreckage or died later in hospital, as local people flocked to the train to help those injured. Emergency services were able to quickly respond, and so there was no fire, which could have claimed many more lives. In addition to the dead, approximately 80 people were listed as injured, with around 30 requiring hospitalization in Gooty, the nearest town
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2003 Mumbai Bombing
On 27 January 2003, a bomb placed on a bicycle exploded near the busy Vile Parle railway station in Mumbai, India. The bomb killed one person and injured 28. The blast occurred when Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the Prime Minister of India
India
at the time, was to visit the city. This was the second in a series of five bombings against the city within a period of eight months
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2003 Mumbai Bus Bombing
At 21:15 hrs on 28 July 2003 a bomb placed under a seat of a B.E.S.T. bus exploded on the busy Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg in Ghatkopar. The bomb was placed in the rear of the bus and killed 4 people and injured 32. A man who was riding a motorcycle behind the bus and a woman who was in a rikshaw travelling near the bus were among those killed. An eyewitness claims that the woman was thrown at least 10 feet away from the rikshaw and died on the spot. This is the fourth in a series of five bombings against the city within a period of eight months
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Caliphate
A caliphate (Arabic: خِلافة‎ khilāfah) is a state under the leadership of an Islamic steward with the title of caliph (/ˈkælɪf, ˈkeɪ-/, Arabic: خَليفة‎ khalīfah,  pronunciation (help·info)), a person considered a religious successor to the Islamic prophet Muhammad
Muhammad
and a leader of the entire Muslim
Muslim
community.[1] Historically, the caliphates were polities based in Islam
Islam
which developed into multi-ethnic trans-national empires.[2] During the medieval period, three major caliphates succeeded each other: the Rashidun Caliphate
Rashidun Caliphate
(632–661), the Umayyad Caliphate
Umayyad Caliphate
(661–750) and the Abbasid Caliphate (750–1258)
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25 August 2003 Mumbai Bombings
The 25 August 2003 Mumbai
Mumbai
bombings were twin car bombings in the Indian city of Mumbai
Mumbai
that killed 54, and injured 244 people.[1] One of the bomb explosions took place at the Gateway of India, which is a major tourist attraction. The other bomb went off in a jewellery market Zaveri Bazaar near the Mumba Devi temple
Mumba Devi temple
in central Mumbai. Both the bombs were planted in parked taxis and exploded during the lunch hour. No group initially claimed responsibility for the attack, but Kashmir rebel group and Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Toiba
Lashkar-e-Toiba
was blamed for it.[3] On 31 August 2003, three suspects — Ashrat Ansari, Haneef Sayyed and his wife Fahmeeda were arrested
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2005 Ram Janmabhoomi Attack
Coordinates: 26°47′44″N 82°11′40″E / 26.7956°N 82.1945°E / 26.7956; 82.1945This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2011) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Ayodhya
Ayodhya
disputeArchaeology of Ayodhya Babri Masjid Demolition of the Babri Masjid Ram Janmabhoomi 2005 Ram Janmabhoomi
Ram Janmabhoomi
attackOrganizationsAkhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha Vishva Hindu Parishad Ram Janmabhoomi
Ram Janmabhoomi
Nyas Bharatiya Janata Party Liberhan Commission Nirmohi Akhara Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Sunni Waqf BoardPeopleBabur Ashok Singhal Atal Bihari Vajpayee L. K
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