Kashmir protests: Rajnath to visit Valley to find a way forward


New Delhi, July 23: In a bid to douse the fire in Jammu and Kashmir, Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh will begin his two day visit to the state starting on Saturday. Home Ministry officials say that his will be a packed schedule and the minister would be meeting with various representatives in a bid to find a solution to the ongoing problem. Singh is also expected to meet with media personnel, businessmen among others during his visit. He will be staying at the Nehru guest house.
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5 reasons why a military coup was staged in Turkey


Since year 1960 Turkey has witnessed three military coups. On Friday, July 16 yet another attempt to stage a military coup was made. While the government has claimed that the coup is not successful it would still need to ponder over a couple of issues.
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Swathi murder case- Police seek enhanced image of suspect from Hyderabad lab


Hyderabad, July 1: The police investigating the Swathi murder case have sought for an enhanced image of the person who may have committed the murder. Based on CCTV footage which is not very clear, the police had prepared an image, but since there were no calls from anyone identifying the killer it has been decided that the image would be enhanced.
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Did you know Indian Mujahideen’s real name is Usaba

  Indian Mujahideen is

something that we are all familiar with. However when the outfit was formed, this was not even the name. A group of youth came together and decided to call the outfit Usaba. It was only once a mail was sent out following the court blast in Uttar Pradesh in the year 2007 did the name Indian Mujahideen crop up.
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Home Ministry will present fresh facts on Ishrat Jahan case

  
New Delhi, March 1: The Ishrat Jahan case needs a re-look in the wake of so many new revelations. Going by the statements that have been made in the past couple of days, it becomes clear that the UPA had tinkered with the files a great deal in a bid to make the encounter look fake. The Union Home Ministry has now decided to take a re-look at the case and has asked for files relating to the incident.
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JNU row: 800 phone calls relating to Afzal Guru event under scanner

  New Delhi, Feb 20: Where is Umar Khalid, the student alleged to have made 800 calls to Kashmir and Bangladesh? Khalid a student in the JNU is absconding and the Delhi police say that he was one of the organisers of the Afzal Guru event at the JNU. The Delhi police even detained a journalist and questioned him about the whereabouts of Khalid. The question about him making 800 calls is not being confirmed by anyone in the Delhi police. When asked officials informed that there is no confirmation about the calls, but what they are sure of is that he is the one who had played a lead role in organising the protest at the JNU.
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Tanzanian attacked: Everyone seems to be contradicting 

  Bengaluru, Feb 5: There are contradictions galore involving the incident in which a Tanzanian national was assaulted by an irate mob at Bengaluru on Sunday. The official version of the incident narrated by home minister of Karnataka, G Parameshwara is that the girl was assaulted by a mob which went on a rampage following an accident. Following the incident there have been several African students who have been speaking with the media. A couple of them that OneIndia spoke with say this was a racial attack. However on the other hand they also say that it is not rampant in Bengaluru, but there is a cause for concern as people tend to differentiate us due to our skin colour.
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Punjab SP Salwinder Singh will be made witness by NIA

  Superintendent of Police of Gurdaspur, Salwinder Singh will be made a witness in the Pathankot attack case by the National Investigating Agency (NIA). Singh was abducted by the terrorists who carried out the Pathankot attack faced a lie detector test by the NIA after the agency had found his answers to be contradictory in nature.
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Interview: Pathankot attack not a consequence of Modi’s Lahore visit

pathankot-attack_650x400_61451836116Pathankot, Jan 11: There is some amount of confusion that prevails whether the foreign secretaries would meet on January 15th or not.
The National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval indicated that there would be no talks unless Pakistan took concrete action against the perpetrators of the Pathankot terror attack.
Should India talk with Pakistan? Was the Pathankot a retaliation by the Jaish-e-Mohammad to Narendra Modi’s Lahore visit?
Heavens will not fall if the talks are postponed says former Chief of the Research and Analysis Wing, C D Sahay.

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Pathankot attack: India will seek arrest of Maulana Masood Azhar during talks with Pak

 At the high level meeting conveyed in New Delhi following the Pathankot terror attack, it was decided to amend the agenda while speaking with Pakistan. “We will add the Pathankot incident during the talks with Pakistan, but no decision has been taken to call off the engagement”, sources in New Delhi informed OneIndia.
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