Naxal alert declared ahead of Bihar Elections 2020

New Delhi, Oct 20: An Intelligence Bureau report has warned of a possible naxalite attack during the Bihar Assembly Elections 2020. The naxalites are planning on an ambush on politicians and also security forces, an IB report prepared ahead of the elections says.

The National Investigation Agency has filed an explosive chargesheet against in the Bhima Koregaon case. It has exposed the nexus between the naxalites and their sympathisers in the urban areas. 

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Bihar Elections 2020: 328 candidates have pending criminal cases against them

New Delhi, Oct 20: 328 of the 1,064 candidates analysed for the Bihar Assembly Elections 2020 have declared criminal cases against them.

Of the 328 candidates, 244 have declared serious criminal cases pending against them says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms. 

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From uniting terror groups to enhancing mobile coverage: Pak plans big to hit Valley

New Delhi, Oct 20: A dossier prepared by the intelligence agencies states that there have been a series of meetings that have taken place in which attempts are being made to bring together the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad.

The aim of the Pakistan army is to bring together these outfits in the Kashmir Valley so that coordinated terror attacks could be carried out. A series of meetings have taken place since December last year to bring these outfits together. 

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PM Modi, Xi Jinping to come face to face twice in November

New Delhi, Oct 19: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will come face to face with Chinese President, Xi Jinping and Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan at the SCO summit which Russia will host virtually on November 10. 

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A high bar for a relationship: Jaishankar on India-China ties

New Delhi, Oct 19: Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has said that it is not India’s position that we should solve the boundary question. We understand that it is a very complicated and difficult issue.

There have been many negotiations at different levels. That is a very high bar for a relationship. I am talking about a much more basic bar which is that there must be peace and tranquility along the LAC in the border areas and that has been the case since the late 1980s, Jaishankar told Indian ambassador to China, Gautam Bambwale at an online event. 

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Hyderabad international human trafficking racket: Girls lured with jobs, forced into prostitution

New Delhi, Oct 19: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a chargesheet against 17 persons in connection with an international human trafficking case.

The case was registered at Hyderabad, following the arrest of 10 human traffickers. Four Bangladeshi girls were rescued from the brothers and several digital decides were recovered. 

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Chinese soldier apprehended by Indian Army at Demchok area in Ladakh

New Delhi, Oct 19: A soldier of the Chinese Army has been captured near the Demchok area of Ladakh this morning.

He is currently in the custody of the Indian Army. The agencies are probing a possible espionage angle. Sources tell OneIndia that he is currently being questioned. 

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As armies prep for winter deployment, military commanders of India-China to meet on Oct 26

New Delhi, Oct 19: Even as the armies of India and China prepare for winter deployment along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the military commanders of both sides will hold talks next week on disengagement.

Sources tell OneIndia that the issue is being dealt with an immense amount of patience. 

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New Fire and Fury Corps commander to head Indo-China talks this week

New Delhi, Oct 19: India and China will hold the military commander level talks this week. This time around the talks will be headed by Lt. General P G K Menon who took over as the commander of the Fire and Fury Corps from Lt. Gen Harinder Singh last week. 

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Bihar Elections 2020: Will Congress mention Article 370 asks BJP

New Delhi, Oct 18: A day after the Congress pitched for restoration of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, the BJP Saturday dared it to say so in its manifesto for the Bihar assembly polls and accused it of speaking the language of “separatists”.

Senior BJP leader and Union minister Prakash Javadekar accused the Congress of practising the politics of “dividing society” for collecting votes ahead of the Bihar polls, which begin from October 28, and asserted that people have supported the government”s move on Jammu and Kashmir. 

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