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India Delivers 3 Cheetal Choppers to Afghanistan 25.4.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Four Get Death Penalty in J and K Teen's Rape-murder Case 25.4.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Italian police foil possible plot to bomb the Vatican, perpetrators linked to Osama 24.4.2015 FirstPost: World

Italian police said Friday they had dismantled an Islamist network they have linked to Osama bin Laden, one of Pakistan's deadliest attacks and, more loosely, a possible plot to bomb the Vatican.

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Masrat Alam booked under Public Safety Act 24.4.2015 Central Chronicle
Agencies, Srinagar The Jammu and Kashmir government on Thursday booked hard-line separatist Masrat Alam under... more »
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Doomed to fail: The PDP – BJP alliance in Jammu and Kashmir is unlikely to complete its term 24.4.2015 FirstPost: Politics

The PDP-BJP government is unlikely to complete six years in office. It will, sooner or later, collapse by the weight of its contradictions.

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Massarat Aalam Bhat shifted to Jammu jail at night 24.4.2015 Asian Age: India
Separatist Leader Masarat Alam. (Photo: PTI/File) Hardline pro-Pakistan separatist leader Massarat Aalam Bhat was shifted to a Jammu jail from Srinagar overnight after the authorities in Jammu and Kashmir again slapped the state’s stringent Public Safety Act (PSA) against him on Wednesday. The PSA allows detention of a person up to two years, and for a minimum of six months without trial. However, such cases are reviewed by an official screening committee at intervals. Bhat, 45, who allegedly played a key role in organising the 2010 civil unrest in the Valley during which as many as 120 youth were killed, mainly in police firings, was released from jail by the PDP-BJP coalition government in March this year after spending over four years in prison under the PSA. However, the move triggered a political controversy in and outside the state and virtually brought the ruling coalition partners PDP and BJP to an eyeball-to-eyeball situation. The dust had not settled when pro-Pakistan slogans were raised and ...
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Fresh Charges slapped on Masarat Alam can keep him in jail without trial 23.4.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'Fresh Charges slapped on Masarat Alam can keep him in jail without trial' at newkerala.com.
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Kenya arrests two more over Garissa university attack 23.4.2015 New Kerala: World News
Read Full story of 'Kenya arrests two more over Garissa university attack' at newkerala.com.
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Masrat Alam booked under Public Safety Act 23.4.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'Masrat Alam booked under Public Safety Act' at newkerala.com.
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Masrat Alam booked under Public Safety Act 23.4.2015 deccanherald.com
The Jammu and Kashmir government on Thursday booked hardline separatist Masrat Alam under the Public safety Act (PSA) and shifted him to a jail outside the Valley. "Yes, PSA warrants were issued against Masrat Alam yesterday (Wednesday) and the warrants were executed today (Thursday). He is being shifted for detention to a jail outside the Valley," a senior police officer told IANS in summer capital Srinagar. Masrat Alam was released on March 7 by the PDP-BJP coalition government, triggering a huge controversy over the separatists release who had been arrested during the 2010 summer unrest in the Valley. The Mufti Muhammad Sayeed led coalition government had said that Alams period of detention under the PSA had already expired and there had been no fresh grounds for his detention. As many as 110 people died in violent clashes between the security forces and unruly protesters during 2010 summer unrest. Officials believed Alam had been the mastermind behind 2010 agitation. He was arrested after announcing ...
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Masrat Alam booked under Public Safety Act 23.4.2015 All News-IANS Stories
The Jammu and Kashmir government on Thursday booked hardline separatist Masrat Alam under the Public safety Act (PSA) and shifted him to a jail outside the Valley.
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Hardline Separatist Masrat Alam Booked Under Public Safety Act 23.4.2015 newindianexpress.com
Masrat Alam was released on March 7 by the PDP-BJP coalition government, triggering a huge controversy.
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Masarat Alam booked under Public Safety Act, may face 2 years in jail 23.4.2015 India Today| Must Read
Masarat Alam was shifted him to a jail outside the Valley. He was released on March 7 by the PDP-BJP coalition government.
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Masrat Alam booked under Public Safety Act 23.4.2015 Sify News
The Jammu and Kashmir government on Thursday booked hardline separatist Masrat Alam under the Public safety Act (PSA) and shifted him to a jail outside the Valley.
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LIVE! Masarat Alam detained under Public Safety Act 23.4.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Kenya arrests two more over Garissa university attack 23.4.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Kenyan security forces have captured two more people over the the terrorist attack on the Garissa Univesity College earlier this month that killed 147 people and injured over 70. The two are suspected of financing the attack.
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'Faction' bullet fells ruling party activist 23.4.2015 Telegraph: Bengal
A Trinamul activist was shot dead by suspected members of a rival faction in Burdwan's Ketugram this morning, bringing to the fore the power struggle in the party in the district and the spoils-driven war over implementation of development projects.
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TMC worker gunned down ahead of civic polls in Bengal 22.4.2015 Zee News : States
A Trinamool Congress worker was on Wednesday gunned down allegedly by a party member at Ketugram in West Bengal's Burdwan district on the penultimate day of campaigning for the state-wide civic polls.
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TMC worker gunned down ahead of civic polls in West Bengal 22.4.2015 DNA: Mumbai
A Trinamool Congress worker was on Wednesday gunned down allegedly by a party member at Ketugram in West Bengal's Burdwan district on the penultimate day of campaigning for the state-wide civic polls. Police said the incident occurred this morning when the TMC worker Apel Sheikh, known to be close to the party's Bibrhum district unit president Anubrata Mondal, was sitting in his shop at Kumorpur village. A gang of about 10, including TMC member Zahid Sheikh, barged into the shop and sprayed bullets at him killing him on the spot. District Superintendent of Police Kunal Agarwal said a large police contingent rushed to the spot but none was arrested as yet. The killing is suspected to be a result of intra-party feud, he said, adding that investigation was on. Civic polls in the state, seen as 'semi finals' to the Assembly polls scheduled next year, would be held on Saturday. The results, along with that of Kolkata civic board, would be announced on April ...
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Questions over AFSPA continue to echo in ‘disturbed’ northeast 22.4.2015 India Together

The Centre may have rolled back its sudden unilateral decision to accord ‘disturbed area’ status to Arunachal Pradesh under the AFSPA 1958, but that does little to restore good faith between the northeastern states and the government. Anjuman Ara Begum analyses why.

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