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Prakash Karat line’s last chance: Party meet in April 2015

With the rejection of the “Karat line” by the CPI(M) central committee, general secretary Prakash Karat will now try to chalk out the party’s political-tactical line at the party plenum slated to be h

Key plotter hid in Birbhum for four days: NIA

In what may cause major embarrassment to the Mamata Banerjee government, the NIA probe into the Burdwan blast case has revealed that the alleged mastermind of the terror plot Sheikh Kausar was hiding

BJP sets up war rooms in eight states

After its historic victories in Haryana and Maharashtra, the BJP is rapidly spreading its saffron network to get more states into its kitty.

Jammu and Kashmir government pegs flood losses at Rs 44000 crore

The Jammu and Kashmir government has pegged losses at Rs 44,000 crore due to unprecedented floods witnessed in the state.

New policy on Naxals to win hearts and minds

The carrot and stick policy, however, remains the basic tenet of the new policy as it warns that it is well within the Centre’s right to use its ‘national power’

‘Law enforcement framework needed to deal with ISIS’

If the government clears it, a case will be registered by the NIA under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act and the UN convention on terrorism against ISIS for brainwashing people.

Multi-city ISIS-Al Qaeda attack possible, warns NSG

The elite National Security Guards has warned that with terror outfits like Al Qaeda and ISIS joining forces, a “multi-city multiple attack” on India was “more than a possibility”.

‘Individual terrorist’ to come under law?

The Union home ministry is mulling widening the ambit of the law to give the National Investigation Agency the mandate to probe offences committed against an Indian citizen or an Indian property outsi

Government to give boost to air fleet of BSF

The Narendra Modi government has decided to give a major boost to the air fleet of the Border Security Force , a move that has come at a time when the border guarding force is engaged in a major stand

Intense firing shows Pakistan Army helping Rangers

A woman shows a damaged utensil in Jammu on Thursday.  	— PTI

The intense firing and mortar shelling from Pakistan appears not just the handiwork of its border guarding force, the Pakistani Rangers, but a covert tactic of the Pakistani Army which seems to be fir

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