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Rocket fired from across Pak border 10.1.2010 Central Chronicle
Rocket fired from across Pak border
Fresh clashes in Srinagar; Traders call off stir 10.1.2010 Hindustan Times: News
Fresh clashes broke out between angry youths, protesting the killing of a 17-year-old student allegedly in CRPF firing, and police in the city leaving six injured as traders, demanding removal of a security force picket, called off their stir on Sunday.
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Two Lashkar-e-Toiba militants killed in Jammu 10.1.2010 DNA: Top News
Two Lashker-e-Toiba militants were killed in a fierce gunbattle with army troops in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir today.
Two LeT militants killed in Jammu 10.1.2010 Hindustan Times: Latest

Two Lashker-e-Toiba militants were killed in a fierce gun battle with army troops in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday.

2 ULFA militants killed, BSF seize cattle near Bangla border 10.1.2010 Hindustan Times: Latest

Two suspected ULFA militants were killed in an encounter with a combined team of police, BSF and CRPF in lower Assam's Kamrup (Metro) district while the border guards seized 320 cattle in Dhubri near the Bangladesh border.

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Security forces kill two ULFA cadres 10.1.2010 Oneindia.in: News
Guwahati, Jan 10 (ANI): Two ULFA cadres were killed in a fierce encounter with the security forces along the Assam-Meghalaya border on Sunday, while one of them managed to escape.
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BSF steps up vigil to foil infiltration bids in Jammu and Kashmir 10.1.2010 Oneindia.in: News
RS Pura (Jammu and Kashmir), Jan 10(ANI): The Border Security Force (BSF) has reinforced the night patrolling along the India-Pakistan border in Kashmir Valley to foil infiltration bid by terror groups.
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Two ULFA militants killed in Assam gunbattle 10.1.2010 Oneindia.in: News
Guwahati, Jan 10: Two suspected United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) militants were gunned down by security forces in a gun battle in Assam on Sunday, Jan 10.According to police spokesperson, a joint team of Assam police and paramilitary troopers
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Al-Badr militant arrested in J&K 10.1.2010 Hindustan Times: News
A militant of Pakistan-backed Al-Badr terrorist outfit was on  nabbed from Gopalpura, 10 kms from Srinagar, police said.
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Security forces gun down 2 Ulfa cadres along Assam-Meghalaya border 10.1.2010 DNA: Top News
Three Ulfa cadres, led by self-styled sergeant major Jayanta Kalita alias Jintu, were moving from Byrnihat in Meghalaya towards Sonapur in Assam.
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Security forces gun down two ULFA cadres 10.1.2010 Deccan Herald: National
Three ULFA cadres, led by self-styled sergeant major Jayanta Kalita alias Jintu, were moving from Byrnihat in Meghalaya towards Sonapur in Assam, BSF officials said.An encounter took place near Khetri on the outskirts of Guwahati when a combined team of BSF, Assam Police and CRPF intercepted them.In the ensuing encounter, two militants were gunned down while Kalita managed to escape into the jungles of Meghalaya, they said.The two slain cadres were yet to be identified, but BSF said they could be bodyguards of Kalita, a top commander of the 109 battalion of the group operating in western Assam.A 9mm pistol, a magazine, one grenade and six live rounds were found from the slain rebels.Operations were on to nab the fleeing militant
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Maximum alert as 6 rockets fired from Pakistan into Wagah area 10.1.2010 New Kerala: Punjab
Two ULFA militants killed in Assam gunfight 10.1.2010 Hindustan Times: India
Two hardcore separatists of the outlawed United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) were shot dead in a gunfight with security forces in Assam Sunday. A large haul of explosives and weapons was seized from the dead rebels, officials said.
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India retaliates to Pak rockets 10.1.2010 Asian Age: India
ASIT JOLLY CHANDIGARH Jan. 9: Border Security Force units retaliated with mortar and machine-gun fire after numerous shoulder-fired rockets, launched from Pakistan, exploded on Indian territory along the international border west of Amritsar hours before sunrise on Saturday. Pakistan, however, denied the allegations of rocket fire at the border, terming the accusations "baseless". At least two of the Pakistani rockets landed dangerously close to the main gate of the Attari-Wagah border checkpost located adjacent to the BSF observation post at Kahngarh. Fortunately these failed to detonate and were quickly recovered and diffused by bomb squads of the 65th BSF Battalion. Confirming the incident, BSF deputy inspector-general ...
Infiltration bid foiled by BSF 10.1.2010 Asian Age: India
SHUCHISMITA JAMMU Jan. 9: A day after the recovery of ammunition and Indian currency at the International Border in Arnia sector, the Border Security Force (BSF) on Saturday successfully foiled an infiltration bid at International Border in Paragwal sector in Jammu district. However, the infiltrators did manage to damage the fence a bit from the Pakistan side. BSF officials, however, denied that the incident was a ceasefire violation. This was the first infiltration bid of the year in this sector while the second in Jammu region in 2010. However, both were described as "failed bids". DIG BSF, Jammu Frontier, J.B Sangwan, when contacted, maintained that the incident was purely an infiltration bid which was completely and ...
Former astronaut Fullerton treated for stroke 10.1.2010 PTI: All news
Former astronaut Fullerton treated for stroke
Nigeria issues ultimatum to US over terror watchlist 10.1.2010 PTI: All news
Nigeria issues ultimatum to US over terror watchlist
3 arrested over 'bomb threat' on Dubai-bound plane 10.1.2010 PTI: All news
3 arrested over 'bomb threat' on Dubai-bound plane
Arrest made in Newark airport security breach 10.1.2010 PTI: All news
Arrest made in Newark airport security breach
Unruly passengers cause 2 flights to change course 10.1.2010 PTI: All news
Unruly passengers cause 2 flights to change course
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