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13 Securitymen Injured in Series of Militant Attacks

On Tuesday South Kashmir accepted to be the hotbed of militancy, endorsed another violent day. A series of suspicious militant attacks were proclaimed from at least four areas in Pulwama and Anantnag within a tiny span. At least police personnel and 13 CRPF were injured in the attacks, and militant absconded with four rifles from one of the spots. The predominant attack took place at Laryar Tral in Pulwama district when militants tossed a grenade on the campsite of F 180 Batallion of the CRPF. Earlier, two militants who were scooped up in a house at Sopore in Jammu and...

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In Kashmir’s Sopore: Two Militants Killed In Encounter

On Wednesday two militants were killed in an encounter in Kashmir’s Sopore with security forces in Rafiabad of Jammu and Kashmir Baramulla District Said an Army Official. In Pazalpora Village in Sopore township of the district, the militants were holed up inside a house. Earlier, the centre appealed for a peace in Darjeeling but puts the onus on Mamata Banerjee government for possible tripartite talks with  Gorkha protestors demanding an individual state. Two weapons were seized and a procedure was still in the area said the army official. On Tuesday night following intellect inputs about the occurrence of militants, security...

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Indians Are Not Required To Fill Departure Cards When Flying Abroad

Indians flying abroad are not required to fill the departure card from July 1, Union Home Ministry has resolved to discontinue the practice to save on time. Yet Indians have to fill the forms that contain the details such as their name, passport number, date of birth, date of boarding on the departure card. Earlier, Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) has been stated by the Airports Council International (ACI) as the World’s Second Best Airport with the highest passenger handling capacity category. Indians flyers headed for a Foreign destination is not required to fill up the departure card,...

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Darjeeling Unrest, Centre Puts Onus On Mamata Banerjee For Talks

On Sunday the centre appealed for a peace in Darjeeling but puts the onus on Mamata Banerjee government for possible tripartite talks with  Gorkha protestors demanding an individual state. Rajnath Singh Union Home Minister Tweeted “all parties and stakeholders should resolve the various and misunderstandings through dialogue in the amicable environment,” a day after violent clashes between supporters and police of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha left four people dead. Earlier, the Opposition parties will neglect no stone unturned to garner support for the Presidential election, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee announced. On Sunday Sources told Singh spoke to Banerjee for...

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As BJP Looks Within Presidential Pick Likely To Come From Party

India’s upcoming President is likely to be a dyed-in-the-wool BJP leader, conflicting to speculation that the ruling party might field some political candidate or a technocrat. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is yet to deliberate his preference with party leaders, but ruling party stated that the leadership is not inclined to reiteration the 2002 experiment when it had to fielded an outsider, APJ Abdul Kalam. Earlier, the BJP in Meghalaya told the party is expectant more resignations in the Garo Hills region in the upcoming days over a row over the beef ban. As consultation begins within the BJP and with...

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