Don’t trust Pakistanis: al Qaeda to Kashmiris

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“When Indian forces built up pressure in 2002, Pakistan had become submissive.” In a 11 page message issued by the al Qaeda, its leader takes on the Pakistani agencies and calls on Kashmiris not to trust them.

The al Qaeda has now thrown its hat into the Kashmir ring and has accused terrorist state Pakistan of betraying the people of the Valley. In a message titled, “Jihad of Kashmir- A Call to Reflection and Action,” the outfit says that fighting a battle under the supervision and cooperation of Pakistan is as good as wasting time.

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Terrorist state Pakistan not just threat to India, but to the world as well

pakistanBengaluru, Sept 22: While going all out and isolating Pakistan, India has decided to state that the terrorist state is not just a problem for India, but for the rest of the world as well.
Two cases that would be brought before the world are those relating to Mohammad Usman and Sajid Mir, both operatives of the Lashkar-e-Taiba who have been termed as international terrorists.

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Livid Supreme Court sends Subrata Roy back to Tihar jail

subrataNew Delhi, Sept 23: The Supreme Court on Friday sent Sahara Chief Subrata Roy back to the Tihar jail in Delhi. The court also sent back two directors of Sahara back to jail along with Roy. Roy who is out on parole will now be taken back to the Tihar jail along with his two directors.

The Supreme Court was miffed when it found out that the Sahara group had furnished wrong statements on the property status. The Bench was upset when it was informed by SEBI that the statements was wrong.

Uri attack: Terrorists got away as they dressed in army fatigues

uri_encounterNew Delhi, Sept 23: Investigations being conducted in connection with the Uri attack has revealed that the terrorists had had not been reported by the villagers as they felt that they were from the army. The villagers of Sukdhar where the terrorists are believed to have stayed told investigators that they thought these were army personnel.

The terrorists were spotted by villagers on Saturday itself. It was on Sunday that these terrorists entered the army base at Uri and launched the attack. However, none of the villagers raised an alarm since they thought these terrorists were army personnel, initial investigations reveal.

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One of the SC judges hearing Cauvery issue, used to represent Jayalalithaa: HD Kumaraswamy

legislature3_2380077gBengaluru, Sept 23: Former Chief Minister of Karnataka, HD Kumaraswamy made a passionate address in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly on Friday which is debating the Cauvery waters issue. In the beginning of his address, he said that Karnataka has been wronged by the Supreme Court.
“I am not here to insult the Supreme Court or its order,” he said. He, however, said that he gets to hear a lot of news regarding certain issues and one among them is that one of the judges hearing the Cauvery case used to represent Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, J Jayalalithaa in a case when he was an advocate.

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After Kapil Sibal’s apology SC agrees to hear Subrata Roy matter

subbuNew Delhi, Sept 23: There was more drama in the Supreme Court after the Sahara group apologized on behalf of their counsel Rajeev Dhawan for using intemperate language in the court.
The Supreme Court had ordered that Sahara chief Subrata Roy will go back to jail. After considering the apology, the Supreme Court allowed Sahara chief Subrata Roy to move a fresh bail application. T
he court, however, said that Roy will remain in jail until the bail application was heard.

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Cauvery water will be used for drinking purpose: Karnataka council resolves

damBengaluru, Sept 23: The Karnataka Legislative Council on Friday adopted a one line resolution that Cauvery water in the state dams will be utilised only for drinking water purpose. Both houses of the Karnataka assembly are currently in session to discuss the Cauvery Waters issue following a Supreme Court directive to release water to Tamil Nadu.
During the sessions several leaders said that the water levels in the four reservoirs is alarmingly low.
It was pointed out that there is just 26.5 TMC ft water in the four reservoirs. In this regard it was resolved that the Cauvery water in the dams shall be utilised only for drinking water purposes.

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BJP’s Cauvery misadventure: Yeddyurappa’s loyalists smell a conspiracy

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Pic: newindianexpress.com

Bengaluru, Sept 23: The BJP’s Karnataka chief, B S Yeddyurappa on Tuesday made a hurried statement congratulating Chief Minister Siddaramaiah for deciding to defer following the Supreme Court order on releasing Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu.

The statement by the BJP strongman who is also the former Chief Minister of Karnataka looked like a desperate one considering his party skipped the all party meeting on an issue that is extremely emotive in the state of Karnataka.

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Pakistan flies the F-16s: Spooked by us, say Indian officials

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Bengaluru, Sept 23: As India steps up the pressure on terrorist state Pakistan in the aftermath of the Uri attack and also for sponsoring the Kashmir unrest, a tweet by a senior journalist stated, F-16 planes flying at 10.20 pm over Islamabad. The tweet by GEO TV’s senior journalist, Hamid Mir posted at 10.53 pm on September 22 created quite a stir.

While Mir appeared to have hinted that it was a military drill carried out by the Pakistani Air Force, he also retweeted a post that read, “don’t worry it is just to assure the people of Islamabad that our forces are fully aware and ready to fight.”

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Special assembly session on Cauvery: In one line, defiance of the Supreme court?

Bengaluru, Sept 23: A special session of the Karnataka legislative assembly will be convened on Friday over the Cauvery Waters issue. Both the houses will meet at around 11 am on Friday following which a one line resolution will be passed.

The indication for now is that the resolution would state that Karnataka cannot release water to Tamil Nadu as per the directive of the Supreme Court of India.

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