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Pokemon no-go for Indonesian civil servants

Pokemon no-go for Indonesian civil servants

22 Jul 2016

Jakarta: Indonesian civil servants have been ordered not to play Pokemon Go at work in a bid to protect "state secrets", the latest sign of a growing backlash in the country against the smartphone game.

Pokemon No Go,   Pokemon,   Indonesia Civil Servants,   Indonesia Pokemon Go,   Pokemon Go Indonesia Restrictions,   Latest Tech News ,  
<strong>Army</strong> foils infiltration bid, soldier killed by militants

Army foils infiltration bid, soldier killed by militants

23 Jul 2016

Srinagar: A soldier was killed by militants as Army foiled an infiltration bid near the Line of Control (LoC) in Kupwara district of north Kashmir, an army official said here today.

Kashmir Infiltration,   Kashmir Infiltration Bid,   Militants Kashmir Infiltration Bid,   Kashmir Unrest,   Kashmir Turmoil,   Latest States News ,  
Mitsubishi Teases Small Crossover MPV Concept

Mitsubishi Teases Small Crossover MPV Concept

23 Jul 2016

New Delhi: The new crossover MPV will make its world debut at the 2016 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show. This seven seater is touted to be a possible Honda BR-V rival.

Mitsubishi Teases,   Small Crossover MPV,   MPV,   Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show,   seven seater,   Honda BR V rival,   Latest Auto News ,  
WikiLeaks threatens Twitter to start own micro-blogging service

WikiLeaks threatens Twitter to start own micro-blogging service

22 Jul 2016

New York: Reacting to Twitter's permanent ban on Milo Yiannopoulos, the tech editor at conservative news site Breitbart and one of the micro-blogging site's most offensive users, WikiLeaks has threatened to start its own Twitter because of "cyber feudalism".  

Cyber Feudalism,   Wikileaks Threats Twitter,   Wikileaks Threats Micro Blogging Service,   Wikileaks Micro Blogging Service,   Latest Tech News ,  
Indian Kashmir protests flare, 3 killed as <strong>army</strong> opens fire

Indian Kashmir protests flare, 3 killed as army opens fire

19 Jul 2016

Srinagar: Indian soldiers fired on a stone-throwing crowd defying a curfew in the Kashmir region, killing three people, police said today, as unrest sparked by the death of a separatist militant flared.

Kashmir Unrest,   Kashmir Turmoil,   Kashmir Protest Flare,   JK Unrest,   Jammu And Kashmir Unrest,   Latest States News ,  
Mob tries to storm <strong>Army</strong> camp in Kashmir, more CRPF personnel rushed

Mob tries to storm Army camp in Kashmir, more CRPF personnel rushed

18 Jul 2016

Srinagar: A mob tried to storm an army camp yesterday in Bandipora district, shattering the day-long fragile peace in curfew-bound Kashmir even as the Centre rushed about two thousand additional CRPF personnel to shore up security in the Valley where violence since July 9 has claimed 39 lives.

Kashmiri Mob,   Clashes in Kashmir,   Army camp,   CRPF,   Kashmir,   Bandipora district,   violence in Valley,   Latest States News,  
Turkey appoints new acting <strong>Army</strong> Chief of staff after coup bid

Turkey appoints new acting Army Chief of staff after coup bid

16 Jul 2016

Ankara: Turkey today appointed a new acting Army Chief of staff after an attempted coup to topple the government, the Prime Minister said.

Turkey,   Coup in Turkey,   Turkish Army,   Army Chief,   coup bid,   Army Chief,   Prime Minister,   Latest World News,  
PM Narendra Modi expresses grief over killing of CRPF men in Naxal attack

PM Narendra Modi expresses grief over killing of CRPF men in Naxal attack

19 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today expressed grief over the killing of 10 CRPF commandos in an IED blast carried out by Naxals in Bihar and extended condolences to the families of the martyred personnel.

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Indian <strong>Army</strong> veteran writes a remarkable Open Letter to Burhan Wani, and all terrorists

Indian Army veteran writes a remarkable Open Letter to Burhan Wani, and all terrorists

14 Jul 2016

New Delhi: The death of Burhan Wani, a Hizbul Mujahideen militant who had a bounty of Rs 10 lakh on his head, kicked off state-wide protests that claimed more than 35 lives. Burhan Wani was a wanted regional commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen who had released a video warning of attacks on separate colonies for Sainiks and Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley.

Indian army,   India,   Burhan Wani,   Indian Army veteran,   Major Gaurav Arya,   Hizbul Mujahideen,   Hizbul Mujahideen veteran,   India news,  
Curfew remains in force in Kashmir Valley

Curfew remains in force in Kashmir Valley

16 Jul 2016

Srinagar: Curfew today remained in force across Kashmir and normal life paralysed for the eighth day in the wake of clashes following killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani that has left 38 persons dead and over 3100 injured.

Curfew in Kashmir Valley,   Kashmir row,   Curfew,   Hizbul Mujahideen,   Burhan Wani,   Army,   Clash,   Latest States News,  

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