Aligarh to Delhi: Violence staged by anti citizenship law protesters says IB report

delhi-violence-1New Delhi, Feb 25: The Intelligence has found a common link to the violent protests against the citizenship law in Delhi and Aligarh.

The PFI and the Bhim Army have emerged as one of the main suspects in the violence that erupted both in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. The details were revealed by the Uttar Pradesh intelligence bureau on the basis of Call Detail Records.

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Geelani stable, Pakistan indulging in rumour mongering

geelaniNew Delhi, Feb 14: Authorities in Jammu and Kashmir have geared themselves up for a possible security situation in the aftermath of reports suggesting that the health of separatist, S A S Geelani is deteriorating.

Sources in the Home Ministry tells OneIndia that Geelani had undergone a health check up and he is fine at the moment. The MHA suspects that these reports could be a ploy on the part of Pakistan to spread rumours and incite trouble in the Valley.

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One year since Pulwama: Hitting Pakistan targets with precision

pokhranNew Delhi, Feb 14: In the aftermath of the Pulwama attack, India has added more fire power to its arsenal. Two months back, India tested the newly acquired GPS guided 155 mm Excalibur artillery shells at Pokhran.

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Cross border narco terror: NIA secures custody of 3

NIA-33New Delhi, Feb 11: A Special NIA court at Mohali has granted the NIA 7 days custody of three accused in the Amritsar heroin case. The case pertains to the arrest of 3 persons who were in the possession of 500 grams of heroin worth Rs 1,20,000.

The accused were arrested in December 2019. The case was registered by the Punjab police, following which it was taken over by the NIA.

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NIA arrests wives of PLFI chief in naxal terror funding case

New Delhi, Feb 01: The National Investigation Agency has arrested two accused in connection with a naxal terror funding case.

The two have been identified as Hira Devi and Shakuntala Kumari, the wives of Dinesh Gope the chief of the PLFI.

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Pakistan likely to remain in Grey List

The working group and plenary meetings of the Financial Action Task Force in Paris will assess the implementation of a 27 point action plan by Pakistan, which was placed in the Grey List. The plenary would be held between February 16 and 21.

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Terrorists sneaking into India in trucks, latest modus operandi of JeM

New Delhi, Jan 31: The three terrorists who were killed in an encounter today at Jammu and Kashmir had infiltrated from across the International Border in the Dayalchak area n Kathua district.

The three terrorists of the Jaish-e-Mohammad had infiltrated from the Dayalchak area of Hiranagar sector in Kathua on Thursday evening. They picked up a Kashmir bound truck and reached the Ban toll plaza on Friday morning.

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Top Khalistan terrorist Happy PhD cremated in Pakistan

New Delhi, Jan 31: Top Khalistan terrorist, Harmeet Singh has been cremated in Pakistan. He was cremated in the presence of a superintendent rank police officer and the station house officer of the Dera Chahal station.

The cremation took place at the Babu Say Chowk cremation grounds. While the parents of the slain terrorist had urged that his body be returned, officials had indicated that it would not happen.

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Legally speaking: Bengal and Kerala sound like fools by blocking new citizenship law

CAB-1aNew Delhi, Jan 19: Several Congress leaders have come out and said that states cannot refuse to enact the new citizenship law relating to the persecuted minorities from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

States such West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala are some of the states that have said that the law will not be implemented.

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Love Jihad is real, Christian women being lured into trap says Kerala Church

New Delhi, Jan 16: Love Jihad is a reality the Syro-Malabar Catholic Church has said. The largest Christian segment in Kerala said that Christian women are lured to join the Islamic State terror group after conversion.

Love Jihad has grown in Kerala in such a manner that it is endangering secularism and social tranquility. “It is a reality that there is love jihad targeting Christian women in Kerala. Out of 21 persons who joined the ISIS, half of them had been converted from Christianity. It should be an eye-opener for us,” a press note from the Synod, the supreme body of the Church said.

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