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J-K human rights body grants Rs 35 lakh to terror attack victims' kin

The Jammu and Kashmir State Human Rights Commission has directed the state government to give a compensation of Rs 35 lakh to a man who lost seven members of his family in a terror attack 18 years ago.

UK police arrest four men suspected of planning far-right terrorism

Britain is on its second-highest threat level, "severe", meaning an attack is highly likely. The men, aged 22 to 32, were detained on suspicion of being involved in the commission, preparation and instigation of acts of terrorism and of being members of the National Action group.

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United Kingdom security forces foiled 5 terror attacks since March: Report

The figure for just two months of this year is much higher than the total of 13 foiled terror plots in the three years between 2013 and March 2017.

Nexus of state actors, nuclear traffickers greatest risk, says PM Narendra Modi

Outlining three contemporary features of terror that the world should focus on, Modi said today’s terrorism uses extreme violence as “theatre”.

Country can’t tolerate terror anymore: Manohar Parrikar

The Union minister was responding to a question about whether he was satisfied with Pakistan's investigation in the terror attack on the Pathankot air base in Punjab.

Perpetrators of terror attacks must be brought to justice: UN chief Ban Ki-moon

The masterminds of the 26/11 attacks are yet to face justice with the case in a Pakistani court dragging on.

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Mufti Mohammad slams those 'demonising Islam', urges Muslims to unite worldwide

Mufti Sayeed said that, "even Imam-e-Kaaba had condemned such acts of extremism committed by certain vested elements to malign the message of peace preached by the great religion of Islam’’.

Ahead of NSA-level talks, Pakistan asks India to stop blame game

The talks between NSAs of the two countries proposed to be held this month in the backdrop of simmering tensions following two terror attacks in Punjab and Jammu & Kashmir.

Afghan official: At least 12 police killed by insurgents

Nematullah Khan Roshan, deputy district chief for the Charcheno district in Uruzgan, said that Taliban insurgents attacked three separate police checkpoints Monday night.

5 SIMI men who fled MP jail suspects in Bangalore blast

Security agencies linked the five to the crimes through a cellphone they abandoned at the Bijnor house.

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