Tamil Nadu advocates suspension: Karnataka Bar council to hear case

  The Karnataka Bar Council will conduct the disciplinary hearing against 8 advocates from Tamil Nadu who were suspended on the grounds of protesting against the CISF. The decision to transfer the case from the Tamil Nadu and Puducherry Bar Council was taken by the Bar Council of India.
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As IB focuses on ISIS, two Kerala youth join al-Nusra

  Delhi, Jan 1: The Indian Intelligence Bureau officials and the police force which has done a commendable job in trapping scores of youth trying to join the ISIS will have another issue to deal with in 2016. IB officials have confirmed to OneIndia that two youth from Kerala have joined the Jabaat al-Nusra, which is a front for the al-Qaeda in Syria.

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Pakistani singer Adnan Sami granted Indian citizenship

  Pakistani singer Adnan Sami has

been granted Indian citizenship, Ministry of Home Affairs says. He will be a citizen of India from January 1 2016. The decision to grant Sami Indian citizenship was taken after he renounced his Pakistani citizenship.
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NSCN(K) terrorist arrested in Bengaluru

In a major breakthrough, based on a secret information the National Investigating Agency arrested one Atoshe Chopey (27) a cadre of NSCN(K), who is the prime accused in the terrorist attack on Assam Rifles personnel at Indira Gandhi Stadium, Kohima, Nagaland. NIA investigators have been closely tracking the group of four absconding accused involved in the shoot out and based on specific inputs developed, Atoshe was tracked to a location near MG Road in Bangalore where he had been hiding using a false identity and working at local lodge with the assistance of his relatives.
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Will ULFA founder Anup Chetia fulfil his promise?

  Guwahati, Dec 25: Indian officials are watching closely the movements of ULFA founder and general secretary Anup Chetia who was recently extradited from Bangladesh. On Thursday Chetia was released from jail on bail and he has assured that he would take part in the peace talks with the Indian government to bring about stability in the North Eastern states.
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Beware Indians, the ISI may steal your passport and identity

passport1New Delhi, Dec 16: Be careful with your passport. There have been cases of passports and identification thefts and investigations show that it is being used to facilitate the entry of ISI agents into India to carry out espionage activities.
Passport thefts have been on rise and it was only a few years back that there was a data base suggesting the theft of 1,800 passports which included those of foreign nationals as well.

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ISIS: IOC manager’s transcripts runs into 12,000 pages

The probe being conducted into the alleged activities of an ISIS sympathiser from Karnataka has led investigators to Maharashtra and Telangana. The Rajasthan ATS had two days back arrested one Sirajjudin, an official with the Indian Oil Corporation. Hailing from Karnataka, Sirajjudin was working with the IOC in Rajasthan and has been accused of propagating in favour of the ISIS and also instigating youth to join the outfit.
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In naxal hit Chattisgarh, CBI walks a thin line between life and death

  
The report submission by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to the Supreme Court regarding the naxal problem in Chattisgarh says a lot about the problem that officers face while conducting investigations.
The CBI which is probing the naxal attacks in Dantewada told the Supreme Court that it is extremely difficult conducting an investigation in these areas due to the naxal trouble.
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Bengaluru shocker: Girl raped inside moving bus

  
Bengaluru, Nov 6: Two persons have been arrested in connection with the alleged rape of an 18-year-old girl at Hoskote near Bengaluru. The incident is said to have occurred last night in a private bus. The cleaner and the driver of the bus have been arrested. According to the complaint the incident occurred at Lakondanahalli in the rural Bengaluru police station limits. It is alleged that the driver had ordered the cleaner to drive the bus. The driver is then alleged to have raped the 18 year old woman who is a nurse by profession.
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US policy towards Pak has resulted in civil-military imbalance widening, says expert

  
Oct 22: Has the policy of the United States of America helped Pakistan? There are clear signs of the civil-military imbalance widening in Pakistan. The experts argue that any idea of semblance of a civil-military balance is a sham and the US policy appears to be helping widen that divide. Michael Kugelman, Senior Associate for South and Southeast Asia Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars discusses in detail with OneIndia about the growing civil-military imbalance in Pakistan widening.
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