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Rajnath Singh To <strong>Security</strong> Forces In Kashmir: Go After Instigators Of Violence, Bring Back Normalcy

Rajnath Singh To Security Forces In Kashmir: Go After Instigators Of Violence, Bring Back Normalcy

12 Sep 2016

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday directed the security forces to go after those instigating youths to indulge in violence in Jammu and Kashmir and try to bring back normalcy in the state within a week.

rajnath singh,   rajnath singh in Kashmir,   security forces in Kashmir,   Kashmir violence,   Kashmir clash,   Kashmir curfew,   Home minister,   states news,  
Army Chief Dalbir Singh To Visit Jammu and Kashmir For Reviewing <strong>Security</strong> Situation

Army Chief Dalbir Singh To Visit Jammu and Kashmir For Reviewing Security Situation

07 Sep 2016

Srinagar: Chief of Army Staff General Dalbir Singh will visit Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday to review the security situation in the unrest-hit Valley.

Army Chief,   Dalbir Singh,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Kashmir Security Situation,   LoC,   Kashmir Unrest,   anti militancy operations,   Hizbul Mujahideen commander,   Burhan Wani,   latest nation news,  
High <strong>food</strong> prices: Sonia discusses steps with K V Thomas

High food prices: Sonia discusses steps with K V Thomas

29 Oct 2011

Concerned over high food inflation, Congress President and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Saturday discussed with Food Minister K V Thomas steps required to check price rise besides reviewing progress on the proposed Food Security legislation.

Congress President and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi,   Sonia Gandhi discussed steps to check food prices,   Union Food Minister K V Thomas,   price rise,   proposed Food Security legislation ,  
Bhupinder Singh Hooda's Former <strong>Security</strong> Officer Offers To Become Witness

Bhupinder Singh Hooda's Former Security Officer Offers To Become Witness

06 Sep 2016

Chandigarh: In a fresh trouble for former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, a police officer has reportedly offered his assistance in the probe against him in connection with an alleged Manesar land scam.

Ex Security Officer of Hooda,   Bhupinder Singh Hooda,   Desh Bandhu,   probe against former Haryana Chief Minister,   Land deal case,   CBI probe,   Latest States News,  
2 Killed In Fresh Clashes With <strong>Security</strong> Forces In Kashmir, 78 Civilians Dead Till Now

2 Killed In Fresh Clashes With Security Forces In Kashmir, 78 Civilians Dead Till Now

10 Sep 2016

Srinagar: Two youths were today killed during clashes between security forces and protesters in south Kashmir, taking the number of deaths in the ongoing unrest in the Valley to 78.

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More Soldiers In Kashmir To Seal Borders, Not To Tackle Protests, Says Manohar Parrikar

More Soldiers In Kashmir To Seal Borders, Not To Tackle Protests, Says Manohar Parrikar

09 Sep 2016

Panaji: The increase in deployment of troops in the troubled state of Jammu and Kashmir is only for sealing the India-Pakistan border so as to prevent infiltration and not to tackle ongoing protests, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar asserted on Friday.

Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   Kashmir Unrest,   Kashmir Turmoil,   Kashmir Security Forces,   Kashmir Border Security,   Latest Nation News ,  
Pakistan Gives Go-Ahead For Negotiating Long-Term <strong>Security</strong> Pact With China

Pakistan Gives Go-Ahead For Negotiating Long-Term Security Pact With China

05 Sep 2016

Islamabad: Alarmed by the growing Indo-US defence ties, Pakistan's cabinet has given the go-ahead for negotiating a long-term defence agreement and security cooperation with its all-weather ally China, a media report said on Sunday.

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Another Trouble For AAP: Somnath Bharti Booked For Misbehaving With AIIMS Guards

Another Trouble For AAP: Somnath Bharti Booked For Misbehaving With AIIMS Guards

12 Sep 2016

New Delhi: In fresh trouble, AAP MLA Somnath Bharti has been booked for allegedly inciting a crowd to damage AIIMS' fence and misbehaving with the hospital's security personnel but the former Delhi Minister has denied the charges.

AAP,   AAP Minister,   Somnath Bharti,   AIIMS,   AIIMS security guard,   State news ,  
North Korea Says Sanctions Push After Nuclear Test ‘Laughable’

North Korea Says Sanctions Push After Nuclear Test ‘Laughable’

11 Sep 2016

Tokyo: North Korea said on Sunday a push for further sanctions following its fifth and biggest nuclear test was ‘laughable’, and vowed to continue to strengthen its nuclear power.

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UN To Begin Work On New North Korea Sanctions

UN To Begin Work On New North Korea Sanctions

10 Sep 2016

United Nations: The UN Security Council agreed to immediately begin work on a new raft of sanctions on North Korea after its fifth nuclear test drew global condemnation.

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