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Antilia bomb threat: HC verdict in NIA’s appeal against accused Naresh Gaur’s bail on Tuesday

The Bombay High Court on Friday closed the hearing and reserved its verdict in the National Investigation Agency’s (NIA) appeal against bail given to Naresh Gaur, an accused in the Antilia bombing case.

The central agency had approached HC’s department barely a day after a single judge’s bench at the High Court overturned a special NIA court order postponing the bail it had given Gaur for 25 days. Gaur was arrested in March this year for his alleged involvement in the purchase of SIM cards used by the other accused in the conspiracy.

Activist Rona Wilson’s phone is infected with Pegasus spyware, new forensic report says

An analysis by an external forensic company has claimed that the phone of activist Rona Wilson was “attacked and infected” with Pegasus spyware before his arrest by the Pune police in 2018 in connection with the Elgaar Parishad case.

The report from the American Arsenal Consulting – a digital forensic consulting firm – claimed that two backup copies of an Apple iPhone belonging to Wilson had digital traces that showed infection with Pegasus monitoring tool.

It said a NetWire RAT (Remote Access Trojan) was used “for both surveillance and incriminating document delivery” on Wilson’s phone.

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