NIA charges two for propagating violent Jihad in Kerala ISIS Omar Al Hindi case

New Delhi, Jan 26: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against two terrorists in connection with the ISIS Omar Al Hindi module case.

The two to be charged are Sidhikul Aslam from Thiruvananthapuram and Muhammad Polakkanni of Kozhikode, Kerala.

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Republic Day 2021: 6 NIA officials awarded Police Medals

New Delhi, Jan 26: On the occasion of Republic Day, six officials of the National Investigation Agency have been awarded police medals.

One NIA official has been awarded the President’s Police Medal for distinguished service, whole five officers of the NIA have been awarded the Police Medal for Meritorious Service respectively.

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Delhi on ‘very high alert’ as ISI backed Khalistan forces look to infiltrate tractor parade

New Delhi, Jan 26: The national capital is on a state of very high alert as the farmers get ready to take out a tractor parade. The Intelligence Bureau has warned that pro-Khalistan elements backed by Pakistan’s ISI would look to hijack the protests and disrupt peace in Delhi.

On Monday, the Delhi Police said that over 300 Twitter handles had been traced to Pakistan that were created to sabotage the rally. The proscribed outfit, Sikhs for Justice has been threatening strikes and has even tried to influence the farmers’ protest on several occasions.

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The Khalistan infiltration: What we are witnessing in Delhi is exactly what SJF planned

New Delhi, Jan 26: A couple of days back the proscribed terror group Sikhs for Justice which is batting for a separate Khalistan state had offered a reward for Punjab farmer to hoist a Khalistan flag at the India Gate.

On India’s Republic Day, those protesting against the farm laws stormed the Red Fort and hoisted a flag and it was not the Tricolour. The SJF which has been trying to infiltrate the protests had announced a reward of USD 2,50,000 for hosting the Khalistan flag in New Delhi. The Centre had cited this claim, while supporting its claim regarding the presence of separatist elements.

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Marred by violence: Did farmers digress on what was agreed upon

New Delhi, Jan 26: The farmers protesting at the three borders said that they decided to adhere to the route agreed upon during their meetings, but some groups of protesters started the rally and drove on prohibited routes within Delhi.

The early hours of the protests have been marred with reports of farmers clashing with the police. Reports also said that the police had to use water cannons and tear gas shells to disburse the farmers.

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Republic Day 2021: India’s military might to be on display today

New Delhi, Jan 26: India’s military and cultural might will be on display during the 72nd Republic Day celebrations. This year the celebrations would be different owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and the parade would follow all the preventive protocols.

The parade will begin at 9.50 am from Vijay Chowk and would proceed towards the National Stadium. The tableaux will start from Vijay Chowk and proceed to the Red Fort Ground.

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Fact check: Did President of India unveil a portrait of Netaji Bose or actor Prosenjit

New Delhi, Jan 25: On Monday, Twitter users said that President of India, Ramnath Kovind had unveiled the poster of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Saturday, but it turned out that the portrait was of well known actor, Prosenjit Chatterjee.

Chatterjee had played the character of Netaji Bose in the movie called Gumnami directed by Srijit Mukherjee. Trinamool Congress MP, Mahua Moitra tweeted, ” after donating Rs 5 lakh to the Ram Temple, President honours Netaji by unveiling a portrait of Prasenjit, the actor who played him a biopic.

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Galwan Valley brave hearts to get gallantry awards on Republic Day

Col Santosh Babu

New Delhi, Jan 25: Colonel Santosh Babu who was martyred while fighting the Chinese PLA at Galwan Valley will be awarded the Maha Vir Chakra posthumously on Republic Day. All the other brave hearts who were martyred in action will also be get gallantry awards.

The names of 20 Indian Army personnel, who were killed while valiantly fighting Chinese troops in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh in June last year, were inscribed on the National War Memorial ahead of the Republic Day, official sources said.

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Minor face-off at Naku La, was resolved by local commanders clarifies Indian Army

New Delhi, Jan 25: The Indian Army has clarified that there were several queries regarding a face off between the Indian Army and the PLA troops in the Sikkim border.

It has been clarified that there was a minor face-off at the Naku La area of Northern Sikkim on January 20th. The same was resolve3d y the local commanders as per established protocols, the Army clarified. 

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Amidst the standoff with China , India’s high intensity ‘Kavach’ gets underway

New Delhi, Jan 25: The Indian Military today carried out a large scale high-intensity offensive and defensive manoeuvres in the Andaman Sea and Bay of Bengal in an exercise, codenamed Kavach or shield. 

The military drill was coordinated by the Port Blair based Andaman and Nicobar Command. The defence ministry announced on Thursday that the exercise will be carried out next week to fine-tune joint war fighting capabilities and sharpen operational synergy between the three services. 

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