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Category: Police Forces :: Counter-Insurgency
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To better fight terrorism, Europe needs more cooperation and money 29.3.2017 News
The scale and complexity of terrorist threat are straining European intelligence & security services
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Budgam: 3 Kashmiri youth killed, 40 CRPF jawans injured in stonepelting 29.3.2017 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
At least 17 stone pelters have been injured in the firing by forces and a militant was neutralised
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Warplanes target Syria's Euphrates Dam workers 29.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Warplanes targeted maintenance workers of the Euphrates Dam in Syria's Raqqa province, a monitor group has said.
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Budgam: Stonepelters make operation difficult, 40 CRPF jawans injured 29.3.2017 News
At least 17 stone pelters have been injured in the firing by forces and a militant was neutralised
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3 stone pelters killed trying to obstruct anti-terror operation 29.3.2017 DNA: Recent Columns
The Kashmir valley erupted again on Tuesday after three youth were shot dead and 16 others injured in retaliatory action by security forces when a mob tried to disrupt an ongoing operation against terrorists at Chadoora in Budgam district on Tuesday. As many as 63 three security personnel, including 43 from the CRPF and 20 from the state police, were injured in stone-pelting by local mobs. A terrorist holed up in the house that was being targeted by security forces was later killed. One para-commando was injured in the 11 hour-long operation. Acting on a specific information about the presence of terrorists, a joint team of the Army and police launched an operation in Darbugh village of Chadoora in the wee hours of Wednesday. When the search party was closing in on the target, the hidden militant opened fire, triggering a fierce gunfight. Police sources said as news of the encounter spread, villagers started marching towards the site of the operation to disrupt it. Security forces, however, stopped the ...
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Neo-JMB chief killed in anti-terror operation in Bangladesh 29.3.2017 Zee News : South Asia
The chief of the terror group blamed for Bangladesh's worst terror attack at a Dhaka cafe was among the four Islamist militants killed in one of the country's longest anti-terror operations in Sylhet, police said on Tuesday.
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Don't obstruct anti-terror activities, stay away from area of operations — CRPF to Kashmiri locals 29.3.2017 Zee News : States
In the wake of the civilian casualties and injuries during the stone pelting that occurred on the sidelines of the Budgam encounter in Jammu and Kashmir today, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has made a fervent appeal to the locals of the Valley to not pose as an obstruction in the path of security forces while they are combating terrorists.
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127 infiltration attempts in J&K since 2015: Government 29.3.2017 Zee News : States
There have been 127 infiltration attempts in Jammu and Kashmir since 2015, the government informed the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday. As many as 101 terrorism incidents have taken place in the state since 2016.
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127 infiltration attempts in J&K since 2015: Government 28.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
There have been 127 infiltration attempts in Jammu and Kashmir since 2015, the government informed the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday. As many as 101 terrorism incidents have taken place in the state since 2016.
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127 cross-border infiltration attempts in J&K in 3 years 28.3.2017 Latest News
MoS Defence said 28 infiltration attempts were made in 2015, 88 in 2016 and 11 till Feb this year
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Explain Hafiz Saeed's detention: Pak court to government 28.3.2017 Rediff: Intl News
A Pakistani court has asked the Punjab government to explain under what authority it has detained Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed "without a trial".
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Stone pelting: CRPF appeals to Kashmir locals not to obstruct anti-terror operations 28.3.2017 New Kerala: India News
Stone pelting: CRPF appeals to Kashmir locals not to obstruct anti-terror operations
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Pak court to govt: Explain Saeed's detention 28.3.2017 TOI: Home
A Pak court has asked the government to explain its powers to detain Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed without trial. The govt on January 30 had put Saeed and the four leaders of JuD and Falah-e-Insaniat (FIF) under house arrest in Lahore under the country's anti-terrorism act.
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LIVE! Scottish lawmakers back call for new independence referendum 28.3.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Budgam encounter: One terrorist & 3 civilians dead in 11-hour-long op, 63 securitymen hurt in stone pelting 28.3.2017 DNA: Popular News
Kashmir erupted again after three youth were shot dead and 16 others injured in a retaliatory action by security forces when a mob tried to march towards the encounter site to disrupt the anti-terror operation at Chadoora in Budgam district on Tuesday. Sixty-three security men, including 43 CRPF personnel and 20 police personnel, were injured in the stone-pelting by the mobs. A terrorist holed-up in the house was later killed while a para-commando was injured in the 11 hour-long operation. Acting on a specific information about the presence of terrorists, a joint team of the army and the police launched an operation in Darbugh village of Chadoora in the wee hours of Wednesday. When the search party was closing in on the targeted house, the hiding militant fired on the troops triggering a fierce gunfight between the two sides. Police sources said that as the news of the encounter spread in the neighbouring villages, people took to the streets and started marching towards the site to disrupt the operation. ...
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Chief of neo-JMB killed in anti-terror operation in Sylhet 28.3.2017 South Asia News Headlines, Latest South East Asia News and Live Updates - Times of India
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Pakistan court asks Punjab govt to explain detention of Hafiz Saeed 28.3.2017 deccanherald.com
A Pakistani court has asked the Punjab government to explain under what authority it has detained Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed "without a trial". A Lahore High Courts two-judge bench headed by Justice Syed Kazim Raza Shamsi yesterday was hearing a petition of Saeed, his aides - Prof Malik Zafar Iqbal, Abdur Rehman Abid, Qazi Kashif Hussain and Abdullah Ubaid - who had challenged their detention under the anti-terrorism law. After hearing the arguments of advocate AK Dogar, counsel for Saeed, Justice Shamsi observed the government should tell about its powers to detain a citizen like Saeed without trial. Referring to an Indian movie wherein Saeed was portrayed as a villain, the judge said the government should see if there is any "international conspiracy" against Pakistani citizens. Dogar concluded his arguments saying the government had detained the JuD leaders without any justification. Dogar also questioned the powers of the provincial government to include any citizen in the fourth schedule of ...
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PHOTOS: Meet India's silent soldiers 28.3.2017 Rediff: News
The four leg canine 'soldiers' play a crucial role in saving lives of troops and civilians, reports Mayank Singh.
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Army Releases Book on Rashtriya Rifles 28.3.2017 Govt of india: PIB
General Bipin Rawat, Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), on 27 March 2017 at South Block, New Delhi, released
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London attacker had no links with ISIS or Al Qaeda: Police 28.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Police investigating the Westminster attack said on Monday that they have found no evidence that killer Khalid Masood had any links with radical Islamist groups such as ISIS or Al Qaeda.
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