Doval’s New India Doctrine: India will take the battle to where the threat originates

New Delhi, Oct 26: India will not only fight on its own soil but also on foreign soil which becomes the source of a security threat, India’s National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval said. The remarks come in the midst of a standoff with China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.

Speaking at the Parmath Niketan ashram in Rishikesh, the NSA said that while India has not attacked anyone first, the new strategic thinking holds that perhaps we could have acted proactively to nip security threats.

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Chinese encroachment in Nepal: Alert sounded by intel in Delhi

New Delhi, Oct 25: The Indian agencies have flagged that China is encroaching more land in Nepal.

An internal intelligence agency report said that the actual scenario could be worse as the Nepali Communist Party is trying to shield the expansionist agenda of the Chinese Communist Party. Further the Indian Intelligence also has sounded an alert in New Delhi.

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Elgar Parishad: Court takes cognisance of NIA’s chargesheet

New Delhi, Oct 25: A sessions court in Mumbai has taken cognisance of the chargesheet filed by the National Investigation Agency in connection with the Elgar Parishad case.

The National Investigation Agency recently filed a voluminous chargesheet in connection with this case. The NIA has charged Anand Teltumbde, Gautam Navlakha, Hany Babu, Sagar Gorkhe, Ramesh Gaichor, Jyoti Jagtap, Stan Swamy and Milind Teltumbde.

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Pakistan-Turkey radical Islamic nexus at FATF

New Delhi, Oct 24: Turkey was the lone supporter of Pakistan at the Financial Action Task Force ( FATF).

While Saudi Arabia and China also spoke for Pakistan to be removed from the grey list on technical grounds only Turkey was left to support Islamabad. This clearly shows the new found radical Islamic nexus between the two countries, officials told OneIndia.

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To remain in the grey list: When appointing a US based lobbying firm too did not help Pakistan

New Delhi, Oct 24: Pakistan will remain in the grey list as it failed to comply fully with a 27 point action plan handed to it with regard to curbing terror funding. The decision by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is a major setback for Islamabad as Pakistan’s Prime Minister had gone all out and made efforts to get the country of the grey list.

The watchdog noted that Pakistan has only addressed the technical compliance deficiencies. However it pulled up Islamabad for not doing enough on other parameters, while also asking it to do more.

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Second special aircraft for President, PM arrives in New Delhi today

New Delhi, Oct 24: The second Boeing 777 aircraft modified for President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive in New Delhi today. The B777 is fitted with the state of the art defence systems, including missiles and jamming mechanisms.

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More action on the anvil as NCB boss takes stock of Bollywood drug probe

New Delhi, Oct 23: The Bollywood drug probe will gain more steam in the coming weeks. Several more A-listers are set to be questioned over the next couple of weeks, officials familiar with the developments told OneIndia. Several A-listers from Bollywood have come under the scanner of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), which is investigating the drug angle in film actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death.

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Analysing ISIS’ Voice of Hind: How it is being used to provoke Muslims against the government

New Delhi, Oct 23: Voice of Hind, the propaganda digital magazine of the Islamic State has come out with nine editions so far. In every edition, it has sent out a message to the Indian Muslims that they should rise against the government.

In its latest edition, the ISIS speaks in detail against the demolition of the Babri Masjid. It also speaks about the acquittals in the case and exhorts the Indian Muslims to wage violent jihad against the Indian government. 

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No action against terror, Pak has failed to act on 6 action items stipulated by FATF

New Delhi, Oct 23: Pakistan has failed to act on the six important action items stipulated by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), New Delhi said. India further accused Islamabad of aiding and abetting cross border terrorism, smuggling of arms and narcotic substances.

Delhi also said that Pakistan has been using drones and quadcopter to facilitate smuggling. 

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