Nowhatta mob lynching: “We have asked central forces to show restrain since they (protestors) are our own people but for how long forces can show restrain. This should not be seen as our weakness,” Hansraj Ahir said describing lynching of Pandith as “barbaric.”
New Delhi is likely to seek Myanmar’s cooperation in checking arms smuggling, exchange of intelligence information, cooperation in prevention of drug trafficking, controlling smuggling of wildlife articles and activities of insurgent groups along the border.
Kumar was charged by the CBI with criminal conspiracy, cheating and forgery under the Indian Penal Code, besides provisions of Prevention of Corruption Act, along with eight others and Endeavour Systems Private Limited (ESPL).
Then a Superintendent of Police with CBI, the now-retired N S Kharayat told The Indian Express that a closure into the case will come only after the real masterminds such as Dawood Ibrahim and Tiger Memon are put on trial.
The move, officials said, followed the “glorification” of Wani not only within the Valley but also by Pakistan at international forums, including the UN, and by terror groups based in Pakistan using Wani’s name on social media.
Kalluri, who was criticised for his alleged high-handed style and human rights violations when he was the IGP of Maoist-affected Bastar, was in Delhi to speak at the Indian Institute of Mass Communication.
Home Ministry officials said that while consultations are on with the state government, the citizenship will not entitle the refugees to rights enjoyed by Scheduled Tribes in the state, including land ownership.
Although Governor’s rule has been imposed thrice during his two terms, Vohra is said to have conveyed that imposing it again without initiating any political dialogue would serve no purpose, given the situation in the Valley.
To destroy ‘VIP culture’, the government has decided to ban lal battis for everyone. What exactly does the order say? Which high officials does it affect? The Indian Express gives the details and background.
Senior police officers said the ambush took place after personnel from the 74th battalion of CRPF had emerged from their camp to secure an under-construction road in a Maoist stronghold in south Sukma.