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NIA arrests mastermind of Islamic State's Tamil Nadu-Kerala module Mohammed Azarudeen, recover 29 SIM cards, 300 air-gun pellets

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National Investigation Agency on Wednesday recovered 14 mobiles, 29 SIM cards and other incriminating materials including 300 air-gun pellets and posters of some proscribed organisation during its searches in Coimbatore in connection with Islamic State (IS) Tamil Nadu-Kerala case.
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