Pune, Nov 16: The police filed its chargesheet in the much hyped Elgar Parishad case also known as the case invoicing urban naxalites. The chargesheet which runs into 5,160 pages speaks about many of the activities ranging from triggering unrest to a plot that involved the assassination of the Prime Minister of India.
Amritsar, Nov 17: There have been a spate of incidents being reported from Punjab in the past couple of months, which have led to an uneasy sense of calm. It began with the Referendum 2020, which led to several modules being busted.
New Delhi, Nov 17: The Central Bureau of Investigation which has been stung by an internal war found itself in the news once again. This time it was after both the Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal governments withdrew general consent for CBI probes in the respective states.
New Delhi, Nov 16: The Supreme Court has said that the Central Vigilance Commission’s report on Alok Verma CBI director in exile has been very complimentary on some charges and not so complimentary on others. While making these observations the court said that the matter may need further investigation.
Hyderabad, Nov 16: As the election dates in Telangana are nearing, the Intelligence Bureau has unearthed another ploy by the naxalites to disrupt the polling process. Since October, at least five alerts have been sounded warning of a big naxal threat.
Jammu, Nov 16: A day ahead of the Jammu and Kashmir Panchayat elections, a high alert has been sounded cautioning of terror attacks that would be staged by Pakistan based terrorist groups.
New Delhi, Nov 17: The Intelligence Bureau has sounded a high alert in New Delhi, after a a message on a WhatsApp group run by the Jaish-e-Mohammad threatened to strike at the national capital.
Jammu, Nov 17: Even as the state of Jammu and Kashmir votes in the panchayat elections starting today, the Hizbul Mujahideen has released a horrific video showing the brutal killing of a teenager.
New Delhi, Nov 15: The NIA Wednesday filed a charge sheet against pro-Pakistani separatist and Dukhtaran-e-Millat head Aasiya Andrabi and two of her associates for allegedly “waging war” against the country using Internet platforms, officials said.
Srinagar, Nov 15: The Army appears to have hit a double century in Kashmir. This year alone a little over 200 terrorists have been gunned down by the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir.