Malegaon to Samjhauta: How politics of terror derailed these cases

New Delhi, Apr 18: The BJP after selecting Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur as its candidate from Bhopal said that the decision was taken to punish the Congress for its Hindu terror bogey.

The Congress said it would request the EC to review its decision, as the campaign did not name any person.

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India suspends LoC trade with Pakistan

New Delhi, Apr 18: India has suspended trade along the Line of Control with effect from April 19. The action was taken after it was reported that Pakistan based elements were using the trade route to smuggle weapons, fake currency and narcotics.

The decision has been taken after reports of “cross Line of Control trade routes being misused by Pakistan based elements for funneling illegal weapons, narcotics and fake currency etc”, a statement by the Home Ministry read.

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Jaish-e-Mohammad makes fresh call in Valley after top leadership is wiped out

New Delhi, Apr 17: The top leadership of the Jaish-e-Mohammad has asked its over ground workers in Jammu and Kashmir to go on a recruitment spree and also set up as many launch pads as possible.

After suffering heavy losses in the wake of its commanders being killed in encounters, the JeM leadership wants to start afresh in the Valley. There is a directive by the leadership to look for more recruits. Further the terror group is also planning large scale infiltrations, a top counter terror officials informed OneIndia.

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Confident of return, Modi draws up agenda for next three months

New Delhi, Apr 17: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has instructed several officials to come up with a concrete plan on how to shape the economy in the next three months.

Modi has directed the Niti Aayog, the PMO and the principal scientific adviser to chalk out a plan for economic and bureaucratic reforms.

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SC fines Mamata govt for shadow ban on political satire, says can’t silence speech for fear of mob

New Delhi, Apr 11: The Supreme Court today fined the West Bengal government of Rs 20 lakh for a shadow ban on political satire ‘Bhobishyoter Bhoot.’ The court said that free speech cannot be silenced for the fear of the mob.

Don’t want a film, don’t turn the pages of a book, dont hear what’s not music to the ears, but you cannot curb freedom of others, the court said.

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What is Article 370 and why BJP wants annulment of Article 35A

New Delhi, Apr 08: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has in its manifesto promised the abrogation of Article 370 and annulment of Article 35A. Both have been contentious issues and parties in Jammu and Kashmir have warned against meddling with these provisions.

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78 lakh voters set to elect 6 candidates in a tense J&K poll

Jammu, Apr 09: The fate of several candidates contesting the elections in Jammu and Kashmir would be decided by 78 lakh voters of which 38 lakh are women.

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Same team of JeM planned Lethpora and Pulwama attack, probe suggests

New Delhi, Apr 09: The interrogation of Nisar Ahmed Tantray, a Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist deported from the UAE suggests that the Lethpora CRPF camp attack case and the Pulwama strike are inter-linked. In the early part of April, Tantray a top JeM terrorist wanted in the Lethpora case was deported from the UAE to India. Post the attack in 2017, he had fled India for the UAE.

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A deadly cocktail of Islamic, Khalistan terrorist pose huge threat ahead of polls

New Delhi, Apr 06: The filing of a chargesheet by the National Investigation Agency (NIA)against three from Kashmir in connection with an arms case from Punjab shows that the terror network is very much active in the state. Intelligence agencies have repeatedly warned that both the Islamic terrorists and the Khalistan militants would come together to carry out big attacks in India. The Intelligence Bureau has warned that a terror group called the Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind (AGH) and several pro-Khalistan groups have come together to disrupt the elections.

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NIA arrests one more in connection with Lethpora, CRPF camp attack

New Delhi, Apr 08: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested one more person in connection with the attack on the CRPF camp at Lethpora, Jammu and Kashmir. An over ground worker of the Jaish-e-Mohammad identified as Syed Hilal Andrabi, aged 35 was arrested by the NIA.

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