Poonch encounter: As battle rages on, suspected logistic providers including lady held

New Delhi, Oct 18: Three locals have been held for questioning ass the encounter in Poonch entered its 7th day. A 45 year old woman was among the three to be held for questioning.

The agencies are questioning the locals after it was suspected that they had provided logistic support to the terrorists involved in the encounter. The woman and her son have been identified as Zarina Akther and Shafait.

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Following civilian killings, J&K police gunned down 13 terrorists in 9 encounters

New Delhi, Oct 16: The Jammu and Kashmir has killed 13 terrorists since the killing of civilians in the Valley. The police said that the 13 terrorists were killed in 9 encounters.

The police said that following the killing of civilians, 3 out of the 5 terrorists of Srinagar city were killed in less than 24 hours.

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Mundra Port drug seizure: NIA probing Afghan angle

New Delhi, Oct 12: After taking over the drug seizure case from the Mundra Port in Gujarat, the National Investigation has raided several locations. The NIA is probing an Afghan angle to this case as the drugs originated from that country which was in August taken over by the Taliban.

The case relates to seizure of 2988.21 Kgs of Narcotics substance (Heroin) seized at Mundra Port, Gujarat disguised as consignment of ‘Semi-processed Talc stones’ originating from Afghanistan which had arrived from Bandar Abbas Port, Iran.

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India-China talks: Delhi presses for disengagement at Patrolling Point 15

New Delhi, Oct 11: India has pressed for an early disengagement of troops in the remaining friction points in eastern Ladakh at the 13th round of military talks with China that lasted for around eight-and-half hours.

Sources tell OneIndia that the talks largely revolved around disengagement at Patrolling Point 15. The disengagement has been stalled at this point since the face off began over a year back. The negotiations on Sunday took place on the Chinese side of the Chushul-Moldo border point in eastern Ladakh.

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6 J&K government employees sacked for terror links

New Delhi, Sep 22: Six employees of the Jammu and Kashmir government were sacked for allegedly having terror links. They were also accused of having links with over ground workers.

Two among those dismissed were police constables. A few days back the J&K administration had issued instructions on the periodic character and antecedents verification of government employees.

The instructions said that the general administration department of every employee is mandatorily required to maintain absolute integrity, honesty and allegiance to the Union of India and its Constitution. The instruction also said that the employee shall not do anything unbecoming of a government servant.

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Situation in Afghanistan, radicalisation, terror recruitment get top billing at high level security meet

New Delhi, Sep 18: Afghanistan and the situation there was the prime focus of the high-level security meeting of the Intelligence agencies and chiefs of the anti-terror units from all states.

The meeting held in the national capital discussed the various situations that could arise in the wake of the Taliban taking over Afghanistan. Since the takeover, it has become very clear that Pakistan has been meddling heavily in Afghanistan.

The high level meeting discussed the current scenario and how the ISI could with the help of the Taliban use Afghanistan as a launch pad for the Jaish-e-Mohammad or Lashkar-e-Tayiba to launch attacks on India.

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With Islamic State in overdrive mode particularly in South India, NIA sounds a high alert

New Delhi, Sep 18: The Islamic State is trying to further operations in the country. The recent chargesheet filed by the National Investigation Agency is a clear indicator of how dangerous the group is.

The ISIS had in fact scouted for land in the forests of South India to set up training camps and launch pads. In addition to this, the agency has also noticed an increase in online activity by the group.

The primary concern is still Kerala and the highest number of recruits are emerging from that state an officer told OneIndia on condition of anonymity. The NIA has so far investigated 37 cases of terror attacks, conspiracy and funding which have been inspired by the ISIS ideology.

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With NATGRID round the corner, days of non-actionable Intelligence set to end

New Delhi, Sep 13: In the wake of the evolving situation following the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan, India’s Intelligence agencies have sounded a series of alerts about the possible threat to the security situation in the country.

Alerts have been issued regarding the possibility of the Islamic State Khorasan Province upping activities in India. There have also been alerts about the Taliban allowing the Jaish-e-Mohammad and the Lashkar-e-Tayiba to use Afghanistan as a launch pad to carry out attacks in India.

Following the Mumbai 26/11 attacks, there were serious concerns raised around the deficiencies in the intelligence system. India did not have a mechanism to get information on a real time basis.

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NIA charges 10 including Sachin Waze in Antilla Bomb Scare case

New Delhi, Sep 04: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against 10 persons in connection with the Antilla bomb scare case.

The charges were filed against Sachin Waze, Naresh Ramniklal Gor, Vinayak Balasaheb Shinde, Riyazuddin Hisamuddin Kazi, Sunil Dharma Mane, Santosh Atmaram Shelar, Anand Pandurang Jadhav, Satish Tirupati Mothkuri, Manish Vasantbhai Soni, and Pradeep Rameshwar Sharma.

The case was registered first by the Mumbai police and it relates to the placing of an explosive laden Mahindra Scorpio Vehicle on Carmichael Road in February.

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In the Taliban’s victory at Kabul, Al-Qaeda has a loud message on Jammu and Kashmir

New Delhi, Sep 01: It is a well known fact that the Al-Qaeda has been trying to set its foothold in Jammu and Kashmir. It has formed multiple units with the help of those who are disgruntled with groups such as the Hizbul Mujahideen.

Now with the Taliban taking over Afghanistan, the Al-Qaeda has called for the liberation of Jammu and Kashmir. While congratulating the Taliban for its victory, the Al-Qaeda has also called for the liberation of other so-called Islamic lands from the clutches of the enemies.

“0′ Allah! Liberate the Levant, Somalia, Yemen, Kashmir and the rest of the Islamic lands from the clutches of the enemies of Islam. 0′ Allah! Grant freedom to Muslim prisoners across the world.

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