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    Arrest of Maoist sympathisers’ bid to divert attention from Sanatan?

    Mumbai: The arrest of alleged Maoist sympathisers and prominent activists on Tuesday was roundly criticised by various organisations, which said the arrests are nothing but an attempt by the government to strike terror among those who are fighting for justice for the marginalised. Prominent activists across the nation, while condemning the arrest, have stated it is an attempt by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to invent a false enemy and engage in

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    Mumbai BPCL Fire: We thought it was a terror attack, says Locals

    Mumbai: People residing near Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL)’s Mahul plant in Chembur were left shaken after hearing a huge blast on Wednesday afternoon.  “We actually thought it was a bomb blast, a terrorist attack. We immediately left our houses and came on field only to witness smoke erupting from a distance,” said Jeremy Concesao, a Mahim resident.

  • India to ask Pak details of Jaish terrorist

    India plans to invoke a 32-yr-old Commonwealth pact to seek details of the the 2018 Sunjawan Army camp terror attack mastermind Mufti Waqas,

  • UN chief condemns Jalalabad terror attack on Sikhs, Hindus

    United Nations: UN chief Antonio Guterres has strongly condemned the suicide attack in Afghanistan’s Jalalabad city that killed 19 people, mostly Sikhs and Hindus, asserting that any attack targeting civilians is “unjustifiable” and in clear violation of international law.

  • Teen girl guilty of UK terror plot

    London, An 18-year-old woman today become Britain’s youngest convicted female Islamic State terrorist after a court found her guilty of plotting a terror attack on the iconic British Museum here with Britain’s first all-woman cell. Safaa Boular was accused of planning to travel to Syria to join IS militants and later preparing to carry out a terrorist attack in London after her fiance, an Islamic State fighter, died.

  • Four Pakistani Christians shot dead in Islamabad

    Four members of a Pakistani Christian family were shot dead in Quetta city, the police said on Tuesday. On Monday night, unidentified armed men intercepted a vehicle the family was travelling in and opened fire, Quetta Police spokesperson Mohamed Ramzan told Efe news.

  • Singapore passes terror attack blackout law

    Singapore : Singapore’s parliament on Wednesday  passed a controversial law giving authorities the power to block all electronic communications at the scene of a terror attack, despite protests it will erode media freedom.

  • Army slams Owaisi over ‘Muslim martyrs’ comment

    Jammu: The Army on Wednesday said it does “not communalise martyrs”, slamming Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi for his comments on soldiers killed in the Sunjuwan terror attack. “We do not communalise martyrs, those making statements don’t know the Army well,” General Officer Commanding-in-Chief Northern Command Lt. Gen. Devraj Anbu told reporters.

  • Jammu and Kashmir: CM Mehbooba Mufti leads wreath-laying ceremony of slain Army personnel

    Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today led the wreath-laying ceremony organised to pay tributes to four of the six soldiers who were killed in a terror attack on the Sunjuwan Military camp here. Mufti joined the cabinet colleagues and senior Army and police officials and laid floral wreaths on the bodies of four Army personnel, hailing from Kashmir, at the Jammu airport, an official spokesperson said.

  • China warns of attacks on its citizens in Pakistan

    According to an estimate, there are nearly 400,000 Chinese people living in Pakistan, with a large number of professionals involved in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

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    Mumbai: 26/11 victim finally gets some help, will shift to Rajasthan soon

    Mumbai: For many 26/11 is just be a date, but for the victims of the terror attack it is a life time of memories which will haunt them. But what hurts them the most is the promises made by the authorities right after the attack that weren’t fulfilled.

  • Gunmen attack Afghan TV station, one killed

    Kabul: Gunmen stormed a television station in Afghanistan, leaving at least one person dead and three others injured. According to Tolo News, the attack started in the morning when a suicide bomber reportedly detonated a bomb. Two or three gunmen then stormed the building of Shamshad TV.

  • Trump orders ‘extreme vetting’ of foreign visitors

    Washington : President Donald Trump said he had ordered more robust “extreme vetting” of travellers coming into the US in the aftermath of the first deadly terror attack in New York since the September 11, 2001 carnage in the city.

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    Manhattan attack happened near Priyanka Chopra’s home

    New York: Actress Priyanka Chopra says the attack in Lower Manhattan took place just five blocks away from her house here. “This happened five blocks from my home. As I drive back home from work, dreary sirens remind me that this is the state of the world. NYC. Peace,” Priyanka, who keeps juggling between India and the US, tweeted on Wednesday.

  • PM Narendra Modi condemns New York terror attack

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday condemned the terror attack in the New York City and extended his prayers and thoughts to the family of the victims. “Strongly condemn the terror attack in New York City. My thoughts are with the families of the deceased & prayers with those injured (sic),” the Prime Minister Tweeted.

  • 71 die in twin suicide attacks at police centre in Afghanistan

    Kabul : Twin suicide bombings and gunfire on a police training centre in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Paktia on Tuesday left at least 71 people dead, including a provincial police chief, and over 200 wounded in a gory terror attack.

  • 18-yr-old man charged with London Tube terror attack

    London: An 18-year-old man was today charged with attempted murder and causing an explosion in a terror attack on a London Underground train with a ‘bucket bomb’ last week which left 30 people injured.

  • Taliban suicide bomb attack on Afghan forces kills 13

    Kandahar: A Taliban suicide bomber killed at least 13 people and wounded several more in an attack on a convoy of Afghan soldiers in Helmand province today, an official said. It was the latest in a series of deadly blows to Afghanistan’s beleaguered security forces and yet again underlined spiraling insecurity in the war-torn nation. “A suicide bomber detonated an explosive-filled car as the Afghan National Army convoy passed a small market