Behind the scenes: How India ensured a Pakistan-China flop at the UN on Kashmir

china-pak-mnChina and Pakistan failed to rake up the Kashmir issue at the UN. South block officials that MyNation spoke with said that China was left isolated.

Bengaluru: It was a big diplomatic victory for India and a flop show for China and Pakistan at the United Nations.

Both countries failed to rake up the Kashmir issue at the UN. The intention of both China and Pakistan was to embarrass India on the international stage, but their efforts were thwarted, thanks to the master moves of the Indian diplomats.

ISI sheltering Dawood who still lives in Pakistan: Former aide

Ejaz Lakdawala

New Delhi, Jan 16: Ejaz Lakdawala, who was once part of the D-Syndicate has told interrogators that his former boss Dawood Ibrahim lives in Pakistan. He also said that it is the ISI that is sheltering Dawood and his men in Pakistan. Most members of the D-Gang who had fled India are being provided protection by the ISI, Lakdavala also said.

It may be recalled that he was nabbed by the Mumbai police. There was a Red Corner Notice issued against him. Ejaz shuttled between India and Nepal and was involved with the underworld. He was running a major extortion racket and would make calls to businessmen, builders and film personalities.

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Army looking in Pakistan hand following beheading of J&K porter

loc99New Delhi, Jan 12: Security agencies have learnt that one of the two porters killed in the cross border shelling in Jammu’s Poonch district may have been beheaded by Pakistan’s BAT.

The Army suspects that Mohammad Aslam may have been beheaded by the Border Action Team of Pakistan. This could be the first instance where the BAT has targeted a civilian. The BAT normally targets security personnel.

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Grade A Intel: Battle hardened terrorists from Pak-Afghanistan ready to hit J&K

terNew Delhi, Jan 11: A high alert has been declared after the Intelligence Bureau has warned of fresh attempts to spruce up violence in Jammu and Kashmir.

Top Home Ministry officials familiar with the development confirmed to OneIndia that there would be an attempt to send in battle hardened terrorists from both Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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The Pakistan Paradox and why ongoing protests aim at promoting anti-Hindu bigotry

kolar-mnIf one looks into the nature of the protests that have taken place, one can see a deliberate attempt to put Hindus in bad light; all this for the sake of CAA which only seeks to offer a sense of belonging to those minorities who have fled Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan

Barely two days after Islamist goons attacked the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, a Sikh was shot dead at Peshawar on Sunday.

The 25-year-old Sikh youth has been identified as Rowinder Singh. He had arrived at Peshawar from the Shangla district in Khyber Paktunkhwa to shop for his wedding. This heart wrenching incident comes in the wake of scores from the Left protesting the newly amended citizenship law, which only aims at giving a home to the religiously persecuted from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

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Pakistan link emerges in Chennai anti-CAA protests: Why are we not surprised?

indian-caa-mnChennai Police are now investigating the link between Pakistan and an active anti-CAA protester, Gayatri Khandhadai, whose social media profile states that she is a researcher at Bytes for All, a Pakistan based NGO.

Chennai Police are probing the links between an anti-citizenship law protester and Pakistan. Police said that the links between one Gayatri Khandhadai and a Pakistan based NGO is under probe.

AK Vishwanathan, the Chennai Commissioner of Police said that Gayatri’s Facebook profile says that she is a researcher at Bytes for All, Pakistan. He said that the police are probing her ties with the organisation.

We will look into her profile on the social media accounts to see if there are any connections with Pakistan agencies, Vishwanathan also said.

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The honey-trap headache: The four exclusive modules in India that report to the ISI

honey-trappingNew Delhi, Jan 01: A hawala operative and seven India Navy soldiers were recently arrested for allegedly leaking sensitive information regarding the Navy to some persons in Pakistan.

The operation called Dolphin’s Nose helped the security officials crack this racket, following which several measures were taken by the Indian Navy.

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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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Pak would use volatile situation in UP to strike big at Ayodhya: Intel

UP-voilenceNew Delhi, Dec 26: The protests and violence in Uttar Pradesh over the new citizenship law has been giving the security forces a nightmare. While the UP police is fighting back to restore calm and order, the Intelligence Bureau said that Pakistan could use this volatile situation to carry out an attack in the state.

The Jaish-e-Mohammad has been tasked with carrying out a major strike at Ayodhya. There are inputs that suggest that terrorists from Pakistan are training to carry out a fidayeen attack in various parts of UP including Ayodhya.

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