3 Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists gunned down in Valley

ceasefireNew Delhi, June 03: Three terrorists of the Jaish-e-Mohammad have been killed on Wednesday, following an encounter with the security forces at Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir.

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Be prepared for something big when Trump visits: Hussain had told Umar month before Delhi riots

tahirNew Delhi, June 03: Be prepared for something big when Donald Trump visits India, suspended AAP councillor, Tahir Hussain had said at a January meeting, a good one month before the northeast Delhi riots.

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All eyes on June 6 meeting as tense stand between India and China continues

indo-china-2aNew Delhi, June 03: All eyes would be on the crucial meeting of the Lieutenant Generals of India and China, amidst the stand off between the two countries along the Line of Actual Control.

The meeting will be held on June 6 and both sides would hope to end the deadlock, which is not over a month old. It may be recalled that Defence Minister, Rajnath Singh had admitted to a very large presence of Chinese troops in the high-altitude region.

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Govt gives nod for operation of chartered flights from abroad

flights0New Delhi, June 03: The Union Home Ministry has permitted certain other categories of foreign nationals to come to India, including foreign businessmen coming on a business visa on non-scheduled commercial chartered flights.

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Pak officials planned to blackmail Railway staff into giving information about movement of troops

pak-spiesNew Delhi, June 02: The two Pakistani spies who were asked to leave India had tried to gather information on trains which were ferrying soldiers of the Indian Army.

Sources tell OneIndia that the two Pakistan High Commission officials identified as Abid Hussain and Muhammad Tahir had set up a network to gather as much information as possible about the movement of the Indian Army. Both were arrested and then declared persona non grata on charges of espionage.

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India to move 12k workers to Chinese border to complete pending infrastructure works: Sources

ladakhNew Delhi, June 02: New Delhi has told China in clear terms that it would not suspend its ongoing projects to build roads and bridges in the border areas.

India further has said that it will not enter any bilateral agreements that might infringe upon its sovereign right to build such infrastructure along the Line of Actual Control. India is also organising special trains to move 12,000 construction workers from Jharkhand to areas closer to the disputed boundary with China. The Ministry of Defence is working with the Ministry of Home Affairs and also the Ministry of Railways to move construction workers from Jharkhand to areas closer to the Ind0-China border.

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High-altitude weapon systems being rapidly expanded after Doklam standoff says China

indo-china-2aNew Delhi, June 01: Since the Doklam stand-off with India in 2017, China has expanded its arsenal with weapons like the Type 15 tank, Z-20 helicopter and Gj-2 drone, the Chinese state media has reported.

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Schools, colleges to re-open only after consultation with stakeholders: MHA

schoolNew Delhi, June 01: The Union Home Ministry has asked states to consult stakeholders before opening schools and colleges. The MHA asked the states to consult the stakeholders and then provide feedback to the Centre on re-opening of schools and colleges.

The guidelines issued by the MHA speaks of re-opening schools and colleges during phase II of unlocking the country. A decision on this would be taken after July 1, the MHA had also said in its order issued on Saturday.

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Will not allow any dilution of out International borders says Shah

amit-shah3aNew Delhi, June 01: India will not tolerate any breach of its borders and befitting replies will be given, Union Home Minister, Amit Shah amidst the border row with China.

Shah, however, said that diplomatic and military level dialogues are on with China and the issue will be resolved soon.

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Pak has intensified terror ops in Valley

armykashmir2New Delhi, May 31: A meeting of a core group of top security officials in Kashmir took place to assess the situation in the wake of the rising number of terror activities in the Valley.

It was pointed out that Pakistan had intensified its efforts at increasing infiltrations and ceasefire violations. Further there were also efforts to increase terror activities in the Valley.