New Delhi, July 28: In the next couple of days, Pakistan has planned a host of propaganda programmes against India. This comes in the wake of a year going by on August 5, when the Indian Parliament abrogated Article 370 or the special status for Jammu and Kashmir.
A resident of Jammu and Kashmir who attempted joining the Islamic State has been deported to India from Turkey. Srinagar resident Afshan Parvaiz was deported from the Turkish capital of Ankara on May 25 and whisked away to an undisclosed destination by security agencies in Delhi.
Hyderabad, Dec 17: Two persons were deported to India after Turkish officials found that they were attempting to join the ISIS. The duo who are residents of Telangana had travelled from the United States of America and Saudi Arabia to Turkey and were attempting to cross over into ISIS territory.
Gufran and Hamid hailing from Warrangal and Hyderabad respectively are said to have been radicalised over the web. The duo who are friends had decided to join the ISIS. They are said to have been radicalised through an online forum of the ISIS.
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.
A major fake currency racket was busted by the West Bengal special task force. During an extensive raid conducted the police found that fake Indian currency was being printed and distributed in the Manicktala and Domjur areas.
While the exact value of the fake currency is being ascertained, preliminary investigations would show that the fake currency seized could be valued at several crores of rupees. However the more ironic aspect of this raid was that the police seized fake currency of Turkey and Zimbabwe also.