Disruption of government work: NIA raids at 14 locations in Jharkhand

New Delhi, Dec 04: The National Investigation Agency conducted searches at 14 locations in connection with a case relating to conspiracy, extortion and disruption of government works at Tetariyakhad Colliery in district Latehar, Jharkhand.

The accused in the case were associated with “Sujit Sinha and Aman Sahu gang” and had carried out terrorist acts on December 18 2020, which resulted in injuries to civilians are arson of several vehicles.

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How this spy from Rajasthan helped ISI run disinformation campaign post Article 370

New Delhi, Dec 03: The Rajasthan police recently nabbed one Nibab Khan on the ground that he was working for the Pakistan’s spy agency ISI. The police said that he had been working as a spy and sharing sensitive information with Pakistan since 2015.

He is suspected to have received renumeration from Pakistan for supplying sensitive information relating to the Indian Army. Khan was arrested by the Rajasthan Police CID with the help of the central agencies under the Official Secrets Act. He was also said to be in touch with officials in the Pakistan High Commission.

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4th generation warfare: Non state actors have made civil society new frontier of war

New Delhi, Dec 03: National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval in his recent address during the Passing Out Parade at the Hyderabad based Sardar Vallabhai Patel National Police Academy said that civil society is the new frontier of war.

Describing it as the fourth generation warfare, NSA Doval said that it is the responsibility of the police to protect the people from being subverted, divided and manipulated.

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Referral to proscribed terror outfits as armed groups shows bias of UN agency

New Delhi, Dec 02: India has described as baseless and unfounded the allegations against the country’s security forces by the United Human Rights Office. The office of the UN high commissioner for human rights had on Wednesday expressed deep concern act the arrest of Khurram Parvez under the Unlawful Activities (prevention) Act. It had also said it is increasingly alarmed by the rise in killings of civilians in Jammu and Kashmir.

External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that the statement makes baseless and unfound allegations against the law enforcement agencies and security forces of India.

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20 MLAs with criminal record, 46 crorepatis in Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly

New Delhi, Dec 02: In the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly, out of 65 sitting MLAs analysed, 20 (31%) MLAs have declared criminal cases against themselves.

14 (22%) MLAs have declared serious criminal cases, according to a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.

MLAs with declared cases related to murder: 2 MLAs have declared cases related to murder (IPC section 302).

MLAs with declared cases related to attempt to murder: 1 MLA has declared case related to attempt to murder (IPC section 307).

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Bengal context and why the jurisdiction of the BSF had to be extended

New Delhi, Dec 01: One of the main reason for the extension of the jurisdiction of the Border Security Force was due to the demographic changes that have been witnessed in Bengal and Assam. 

When the Home Ministry issued the order on October 11, it took into consideration the major demographic changes in these states. The BSF had to be empowered to deal with elements that had moved across the borders. 

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Extending BSF jurisdiction for effective control at borders: Intent not to run parallel force

New Delhi, Nov 30: The extension of the territorial jurisdiction of the Border Security Force to 50 kilometres from the current limit of 15 kilometres will result in better and more effective control, the Ministry of Home Affairs said.

The Home Ministry was responding to said Ahmed, member of the Trinamool Congress in the Lok Sabha. He was seeking to know if there was any plan of a roll back of the MHA’s order dated October 11.

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The dog breed that sniffed out Osama Bin Laden joins Army’s counter terror force

New Delhi, Nov 29: On Sunday, the counter-terrorism unit of the Indian Army welcomed the Belgian Malinois’ Canines to its canine squad.

Belgian Malinois are squarely built, proud, and alert herders standing 22 to 26 inches. Strong and well-muscled, but more elegant than bulky, there’s an honest, no-frills look about them, as befit dogs built to work hard for their feed. A breed hallmark is the proud carriage of the head. Coat colors range from a rich fawn to mahogany. The black ears and mask accentuate bright, questioning eyes the color of dark Belgian chocolate, says the American Kennel Club.

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Top Khalistan terrorist charged by NIA for trying to incite Sikhs against India

The NIA charged Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a resident of Jalandhar Punjab. The case pertains to the conspiracy hatched by the accused and others to carry out acts of terror in India. He sed to send funds to India through various channels include hawala.

He was in the process of developing a network of sympathisers and cadres to undertake targeted killings in Punjab. He was also trying to arrange arms and ammunition from his Pakistan based associates, the NIA said.

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