ISI clubs Punjab and Kashmir, supplies HG84s to terrorists of both states

pathankot-759Amritsar, Dec 3: The Punjab Police had recently arrested several students from Kashmir in connection with a terror probe. Two weeks back, there was an input from the Intelligence Bureau that spoke about terrorists of the Jaish-e-Mohammad infiltrating into Punjab to carry out a terror strike. The Jaish it may be recalled had carried out the big attack on the Pathankot air base.

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Parliament to Pathankot: What makes the Jaish-e-Mohammad so lethal

New Delhi, Nov 21: The Jaish-e-Mohammad, without a doubt the most dangerous outfit, where India is concerned. Headed by Maulana Masood Azhar and run by his brother, Maulana Abdul Rauf Asghar, the outfit is capable of striking big.

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Spoke in Punjabi dialect, posed as Army men, the mystery behind the missing Innova

Pathankot, Nov 15: In an incident that brought back memories of the Pathankot attack, a vehicle was snatched from a cab driver at gun point. The security officials are not ruling out a terror angle.

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Pathankot attack: Punjab SP, Salwinder Singh sacked

salwinderThe government ordered the premature retirement of Punjab Superintendent of Police Salwinder Singh citing ‘controversial conduct, indiscipline and for bringing a bad name to the Punjab police.’

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Did NSG ignore plea to rescue security guards during Pathankot attack?

pathankA statement by an Air Force officer claiming that the National Security Guard did not pay heed for rescuing defence guards under fire from terrorists at the Pathankot air base (in January 2016) is being examined by the National Investigation Agency.
The officer tells the NIA that he heard on the radio transmission that defence security personnel saying that one person is dead. “Two are wounded, please somebody come evacuate us,” else we would die, the officer also said while quoting one of the personnel he had heard on the transmission.

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Will China block India’s move against Maulana Masood Azhar again?

masoodBengaluru, Sept 21: Will India succeed in getting Maulana Masood Azhar, the chief of the Jaish-e-Mohammad, proscribed a terrorist by the United Nations? After a failed attempt earlier this year, India will make another attempt by the end of this month.
Having Azhar proscribed a terrorist becomes extremely important considering he masterminded the attacks at Tangdhar, Gurdaspur, Pathankot and not Uri. The last time around India’s attempts failed after China blocked the same. Will China block India’s attempt this time too?

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Can India carry out covert operations in Pakistan? Here are the options

covertPakistan cannot go unpunished for the horrific attack its actors carried out in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday in which 17 soldiers were martyred and four terrorists were killed. As India weighs its options, there is also the thought on the mind of the officials and that is Pakistan is a nuclear state which advocates the first use policy.
Officials in India say that there is an urgent need to strike.
The reason Pakistan continues to launch its actors on Indian soil is because they have come to believe that they will never be hit. Be it the 26/11 or Pathankot attacks, India has never had a military response to Pakistan despite the role of the country being so clear in both those incidents.

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Punjab SP let off in Pathankot attack case is absconding

salwinderSalwinder Singh, the Superintendent of Police who was abducted and released by the terrorists who attacked Pathankot is absconding.
Nearly 24 hours after a case of rape and corruption was filed against him, the police have no clue about his whereabouts.

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Cleared in Pathankot attack case, SP Salwinder Singh faces arrest on rape charges

salwinderPathankot, Aug 5: Salwinder Singh, the Superintendent of Police who was abducted and released by the terrorists who attacked Pathankot is likely to be arrested soon in connection to a case of alleged rape and corruption. Singh who was the SP of Gurdaspur was moved to Jalandhar in Punjab following the Pathankot attack.

He has been booked under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) as well as the Prevention of Corruption Act and an internal inquiry against him is underway.

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Pathankot attack: No more confusion, number of terrorists was 4

pathankot-attack_650x400_61451836116New Delhi, Aug 1: On January 3, 2016 a call at the Pathankot air base was intercepted. In the conversation, the handler is heard telling the terrorists, “Those non-believers have no idea whether there are 4 or 6 fighters (terrorists).” If one may recall there was utter confusion on the day that the Pathankot air base was attacked.
The confusion began when Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh announced that the attack was over and four terrorists were killed. However, a few hours later there was another message in which it was said that two more terrorists were holed up and the operation was still on.
The operation then went on for another 48 hours before it was declared complete.

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