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NIA to probe terror attack on army base in J&K's Nagrota 7.12.2016 Zee News : States
The National Investigating Agency (NIA) will probe the last month's terror attack on Indian Army base in Jammu and Kashmir's Nagrota.
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NIA to probe Nagrota terror attack 7.12.2016 Hindu: News
National Investigation Agency has been given the charge of probing the terror attack at an army camp in Jammu and Kashmir’s Nagrota in which seven security personnel were killed.“The Nagrota terror at...
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NIA to investigate Nagrota terror attack 7.12.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The NIA on Wednesday registered a case with regard to the November 29 terror attack on an army base in Nagrota in Jammu and Kashmir, in which seven Indian soldiers, including two officers, were killed.
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Farooq Abdullah’s pro-Hurriyat line shows once again that dividing lines in Kashmir are only on paper 7.12.2016 FirstPost: Bollywood

Former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah's public endorsement of the Hurriyat Conference is one more indication of the fact that there is no real dividing line between the so-called 'mainstream’ and so-called 'secessionist' politics.

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NIA to take over investigation in Nagrota attack 7.12.2016 FirstPost: Bollywood

New Delhi: The NIA on Wednesday registered a case with regard to the 29 November terror attack on an army base in Nagrota in Jammu and Kashmir, in which seven Indian soldiers, including two officers, were killed. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) registered the case at its police station in Delhi following instructions from the […]

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Letters to the Editor 7.12.2016 FrontLine: Home

Demonetisation

THE hard-earned money of account holders is not available to them (Cover Story, December 9). There is...
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DNAs of three victims of Dr Death match with kin 7.12.2016 New Kerala: Maharashtra
DNAs of three victims of Dr Death match with kin
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Woman`s body found in Noida`s Sec 18 area near DLF Mall; ‘Shahida`, `Farooq` found written on hands in mehendi 7.12.2016 Zee News : India National
In a shocking incident, a woman's body has been found in Sector 18 area (Atta Market region) near DLF Mall of India in Noida.
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Maharashtra Dr Death case: DNA samples of three victims match kins' 7.12.2016 New Kerala: Maharashtra
Maharashtra Dr Death case: DNA samples of three victims match kins'
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Indian killed in UAE vehicle pile-up 7.12.2016 New Kerala: World News
Indian killed in UAE vehicle pile-up
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Indian killed in UAE vehicle pile-up 7.12.2016 All News-IANS Stories
A 60-year-old Indian man was killed in a pile-up traffic accident in Ras Al Khaimah city of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a newspaper reported on Wednesday.
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Maharashtra Dr Death case: DNA samples of three victims match kins' 7.12.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The DNA samples from the mortal remains of three of the six victims of the infamous medico Santosh Gulabrao Pol -- who earned the moniker of 'Dr. Death' -- and his nurse Jyoti Mandra, have matched with their relatives, an official said here on ...
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Rights group accuses India of 'indiscriminate' use of force 7.12.2016 deccanherald.com
A US-based health rights group has accused Indian security forces of "excessive" and "indiscriminate" use of force against protesters with weapons like pellet guns during clashes in Kashmir this year, resulting in injuries and deaths. In their report, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) describes the excessive and indiscriminate use of force against protesters by Indian state police and Central Reserve Police Force with weapons misleadingly represented as "less than lethal". These included tear gas grenades, pepper gas shells, live ammunition, and 12-gauge shotguns loaded with metal pellets, which account for the majority of injuries, it said in a report yesterday. "While Indian authorities claimed that the use of these weapons was meant to reduce the potential for injuries or fatalities, PHR researchers found that their use had in fact caused serious injury and death," a media release said. It also accused security forces of using "intimidation tactics" against medical workers attempting to treat the ...
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Woman found murdered in Noida 7.12.2016 Noida - City - The Times of India
A 30-year-old woman was allegedly murdered and her body was found dumped in an auto in Sector 18 on Wednesday morning. The body was found in a black cloth and her mouth was found tied up. Some passerby informed police who reached at the spot and started investigation.
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Terror-related cases in J&K at 4-year high 7.12.2016 TOI: Home
Terror-related violence in Jammu & Kashmir has peaked to its highest level in four years, with incidents up 47% and killing of terrorists witnessing a 300% spike over 2015. Also, with terrorists going after security personnel and their camps, force casualties have jumped 87% from 39 in 2015 to 71 till November 27 this year.
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437 ceasefire violations by Pakistan this year: MHA 7.12.2016 India Today| Must Read
Ministry of Home Affairs today informed the Parliament that Pakistan had violated ceasefire 437 times this year.
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Two Army ex-chiefs seek change in Pakistan strategy 6.12.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Two former Army chiefs on Tuesday said India needs to change its strategy in dealing with Pakistan-sponsored terror activities on Indian soil, with one of them saying that it was not correct.
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J&K witnessed 305 terror-related incidents this year 6.12.2016 TOI: India
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Wounded Kashmiris blocked from medical help during clashes – rights group | Reuters 6.12.2016 FirstPost: India
By Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Indian security forces in Kashmir blocked medical care for injured protesters by firing on ambulances, holding up emergency vehicles and preying on hospital patients during clashes in the restive region this year, a health rights group said on Tuesday.At least 80 civilians were killed and more than 10,000 wounded in almost five months of clashes between protesters and security forces, sparked by the killing of a leading separatist militant in a joint army and police operation on July 8.Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) said not only did police and paramilitary forces use excessive force during the unrest, they also delayed wounded people seeking medical attention, increasing the likelihood of permanent injuries and deaths."Such delays in care are violations of the longstanding protections afforded to medical workers and facilities in times of conflict and civil unrest," said Widney Brown, director of programs for PHR, a New York-headquartered ...
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Surgical strikes carried out in past too, say two Army ex-chiefs 6.12.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Giving credence to Congress claims on surgical strikes during the earlier United Progressive Alliance rule, two former Army chiefs on Tuesday said that the Indian Army conducted surgical strikes across the Line of Control (LoC) in the past as well.
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