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Militants waiting to infiltrate into Kashmir: BSF

Militants waiting to infiltrate into Kashmir: BSF

30 Jan 2015

Srinagar: Border Security Force on Friday said there were attempts by militants from across the border to  infiltrate into Kashmir, but asserted that the force is alert and would not give any opportunity to the guerrillas to cross.

BSF,   Militants,   Border Security Force,   BSF,   infiltrate in Kashmir ,  
Unknown 'device' lands on White House grounds; no danger seen

Unknown 'device' lands on White House grounds; no danger seen

26 Jan 2015

The U.S. Secret Service has recovered a "device" on the White House grounds, which according to reports was a small drone, but there was no immediate danger from the incident, the White House said.

US Secret Service,   White House,   White House security,   Barack Obama,   Obama security ,  
Republic Day: People not allowed to take mufflers, caps at Rajpath

Republic Day: People not allowed to take mufflers, caps at Rajpath

26 Jan 2015

New Delhi: People were not allowed to carry mufflers and black caps or any such headgear as part of security restrictions at Rajpath during the Republic Day celebrations.

Mufflers,   Black caps,   Security restrictions,   Rajpath,   Republic Day,   Republic Day security ,  
Two militants killed by <strong>security</strong> forces in Sopore encounter

Two militants killed by security forces in Sopore encounter

18 Jan 2015

Srinagar: Two militants were killed on Sunday in an encounter with security forces in Sopore area of north Kashmir, taking the toll to eight in the last four days of counter-insurgency operations.

Jaish-e-Mohammed militants,   Encounter in Kashmir,   Indian security forces,   Encounter in Sopore,   militants in Sopore,  
Congress flays BJP government on suggestion to cut in Food <strong>Security</strong> Act coverage

Congress flays BJP government on suggestion to cut in Food Security Act coverage

24 Jan 2015

New Delhi: An official committee's report recommending a drastic cut in the coverage of the ambitious Food Security Act on Saturday gave fodder to Congress to attack government as "anti-poor" saying the move would hit hard the common man.

Congress,   BJP government,   Food Security Act,   anti poor,   Randeep Surjewala,  
Germany beefs up <strong>security</strong> in wake of terror alert

Germany beefs up security in wake of terror alert

17 Jan 2015

Berlin: Amidst heightened terror alert in Europe, Germany has stepped up security measures in the central railway stations of Berlin and in Dresden following information from foreign intelligence agencies that they could be targeted for attacks by radical Islamists.

Germany,   terror alert,   radical Islamists,   Berlin,  
Pakistan <strong>security</strong> forces arrest over 1,800 suspected militants

Pakistan security forces arrest over 1,800 suspected militants

24 Jan 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan security forces have arrested more than 1,800 suspected militants as crackdown on militants intensified in the wake of the Peshawar school massacre that left 150 people dead, officials said on Friday.

Pakistan security forces,   Pak suspected militants,   Peshawar school massacre,   suspected extremists,  
Terrorists may avoid Delhi, target some other place: <strong>Security</strong> agencies

Terrorists may avoid Delhi, target some other place: Security agencies

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Security agencies apprehend that terrorists may target some part of the country during the visit of US President Barack Obama, avoiding Delhi, and have alerted state governments, particularly Jammu and Kashmir, about the "serious threat".

Barack Obama,   US President,   Obama in India,   Republist day,   Terror attack,   terrorist attack in India,  
Food <strong>Security</strong> Act: BJP wanted to oppose but feared backlash

Food Security Act: BJP wanted to oppose but feared backlash

22 Jan 2015

New Delhi: When the UPA government brought Food Security Bill, BJP had felt that the coverage of 67 percent population under it was too high but did not oppose then because of the fear of being branded "anti-poor", a senior party leader said here on Thursday.

Food Security Act,   BJP,   UPA Government,   Parliament,  
Obama gives new thrust to Asia Pacific re-balance

Obama gives new thrust to Asia Pacific re-balance

03 Feb 2015

Washington: Days after his successful India visit, US President Barack Obama has given a new thrust to the Asia Pacific re-balance in his annual budget and asserted that the region remains a key priority for him.

Barack Obama,   Asia Pacific rebalance,   US President,   annual budget,   security,   development,   economic challenges,  

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