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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J&K police set to begin probe into Davinder Singh’s alleged Afzal Guru link

New Delhi, Jan 16: The Jammu and Kashmir police who arrested Deputy Superintendent of Police Davinder Singh will question the officer for his alleged links with Afzal Guru. He would be questioned for his links with Afzal Guru, Kumar said.

He also said that another person, a lawyer by profession had also been caught. In the year 2004, Afzal Guru, who was lodged in the Tihar jail had written a letter to his lawyer.

In the letter he had said that Singh then posted with the J&K Police’s Special Operations Group had asked him to take Mohammad, a Pakistani national identified as one of those who carried out the Parliament attack to Delhi, rent a flat and purchase a car for him.

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6 national parties declared income of Rs 3,698.66 crore: BJP leads the pack

New Delhi, Jan 15: Political parties have multiple sources of funding and thus accountability and transparency should be an important aspect of their functioning. It is essential to have comprehensive and transparent accounting methods and systems which should reveal the true financial position of the parties.

The National Parties include Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress (INC), Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) and All India Trinamool Congress (AITC).

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NIA charges 11 in international drug racket case

New Delhi, Dec 27: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against 11 persons in connection with a narcotics case. The case relates to seizure of 532 kilograms of heroun at the Integrated Check Post at Handwara in Jammu and Kashmir. During the probe, the involvement of an international drug racket based at Pakistan and Afghanistan also came to light.

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IAF proposal to strike Pakistan post 26/11 was rejected says former IAF chief

New Delhi, Dec 28: A proposal by the Indian Air Force to strike Pakistan post the 26/11 attacks was rejected by the government, former IAF chief B S Dhanoa said. The statement was made while addressing a fathering of students at the VJTI’s annual festival, Technovanza.

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Operation Dolphin Nose: Lured online, Navy sailors leaked sensitive information to Pakistan

New Delhi, Dec 21: Seven Indian Navy sailors and a Mumbai based hawala operator were arrested by the Andhra Pradesh police in an operation called as the Dolphin’s Nose.

The arrested have been accused of spying for Pakistan after being lured by a woman online.

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Do vested interests want to renew call for Greater Bangladesh by opposing NRC, CAB

New Delhi, Dec 20: The Opposition has gone from Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and has not only staged protests but also damaged public property. In plain words, the Citizenship law aims at giving citizenship to those religiously persecuted and the NRC aims at identifying the illegal migrants who have now for years stolen the rights of the genuine Indian.

There are nearly 2 crores, illegal immigrants, from Bangladesh and now Myanmar staying in India.

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SIMI, Islamic radicals have entered CAB protest says Intelligence Bureau report

New Delhi, Dec 20: For the Students Islamic Movement of India, the protests around the new citizenship law have come as a blessing in disguise. The Intelligence Bureau has said that several members of the SIMI have entered Delhi in a bid to fuel further violence and then recruit in the name of persecution.

During the protests at the Jamia Millia and Seelampur, the police had found that there were several hidden mobs, which came out and incited the violence. IB sources tell OneIndia that members of the SIMI could have infiltrated into Delhi from UP and the other neighbouring states.

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New CDS would have operational control of Strategic Forces Command

New Delhi, Dec 21: Preparations are on in full swing to define the charter of the new Chief of Defence Staff (CDS). Sources tell OneIndia that the CDS would be the first among equals in the military.

There are certain formalities such as the charter, hierarchy in the government and the duties of the CDS which are being chalked out, a top official involved in the process also said. The primary responsibility of the CDS would be to coordinate and prioritise procurements for the military based on the inputs from the three service chiefs.

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Dolphine’s Nose: The operation that bust a major spying operation by Pakistan

New Delhi, Dec 20: An important operation known as Dolphin’s Nose was carried out today by the Andhra Pradesh intelligence department and the central agencies to expose and bust an espionage racket, with links to Pakistan.

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