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Government won’t dilute or partially lift AFSPA

The Centre’s new policy on Jammu and Kashmir will clearly spell out the government’s firm stand on the contentious issue of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act in the state as it will categorically ru

National Investigation Agency targeted by saboteurs?

Specific intelligence reports reaching the Centre suggest that the National Investigation Agency’s team probing the Burdwan blast is facing a serious threat from subversive elements.

Burdwan module planned to make Bengal terror hub

There was a conspiracy by the Burdwan module to convert West Bengal into a major terror hub over the next few months to carryout subversive activities in different parts of the country.

Row in Pakistan as 35 die in India forces’ retaliation

The massive retaliation by the Indian security forces in response to Pakistan’s repeated ceasefire violations in which 35 of its nationals, including 12 Pakistan Rangers, were killed has led to severe

India and Pakistan DGMOs talk border situation

Top Army officials of India and Pakistan on Tuesday discussed over the hotline the situation along the border.

Government planning to relocate villages near border, LoC

In the wake of the unprecedented ceasefire violations by Pakistan, the Centre is planning a comprehensive policy to relocate villages close to the Line of Control and the international border in Jammu

‘Pakistan plan was nipped in the bud’

Army personnel provide food to villagers at a relief camp at Deoli village, in Arnia sector of Jammu district, on Saturday.— AP

The Pakistani forces’ plan to kill Indian civilians on Dussehra was nipped in the bud, said the Union home ministry.

Pakistan had deadly Dussehra plan

The Pakistani forces had a deadly plan to kill a large number of Indian civilians living in villages along the international border on Dussehra day on October 3 during the ongoing ceasefire violation

Al Qaeda may use Bangla border: Intelligence

Top intelligence sources said Pakistan’s security agencies are also trying for an alliance since Al Qaeda would need strong local logistical support to carryout subversive activities in India.

Al Qaeda to seek help of Simi sleeper cells in India

The intelligence agencies have warned the Centre that there is credible information to suggest that Al Qaeda has already initiated a move to rope in the Students’ Islamic Movement of India to spread i

Foreign funding of NGOs is a topic that never seems to lose currency.

The recent comments of Justice Markandey Katju, a retired Supreme Court judge, in support of the uniform civil code on the ground that the Muslim personal law is “barbaric, backward and unjust” has ra