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Nov 17, 2017
India-Bangladesh joint military exercise 'Sampriti 2017' concludes in Mizoram; officials say bilateral ties strengthenedJoint India-Bangladesh Training Exercise "Sampriti 2017" culminated on Thursday with a validation exercise.
Nov 15, 2017
Centre must resume talks with insurgent outfits operating on Bangladeshi soil: Manik SarkarManik Sarkar has urged the Centre to restart the peace dialogue with the insurgent outfits who have their hideouts in neighbouring Bangladesh.
Nov 10, 2017
US working with NATO, India to make sure there are no terrorist safe havens in PakistanUS wants to make sure that there are no terrorist safe havens in Pakistan and is working with NATO members and India to make Islamabad cut insurgents off
Oct 31, 2017
Punjab Police claims insurgency is returning to state, activists term recent arrests a ploy to evade questions on developmentPunjab Police claims it has arrested several youths and busted groups who have been communicating with terrorist outfits, and working for them as sleeper cells
Oct 30, 2017
Pakistan vs Sri Lanka: Braveheart bus driver from 2009 Lahore attack says he still shudders passing through ill-fated routeEight years ago, Meher Mohammad Khalil was in the driver’s seat when the Sri Lankan team bus came under the attack of the militants in Lahore.
Oct 13, 2017
GJM chief Bimal Gurung has links with Maoists, North East insurgent groups, says West Bengal PoliceGurung was in hiding in neighbouring Sikkim and had tried to enter the Darjeeling hills on Friday
Oct 09, 2017
India needs to grow at faster pace, youth want change, time is running out, says Arun JaitleyThe government’s initiatives such as Swachh Bharat, goods and services tax (GST) and demonetisation are having the desired impact, said Jaitley,
Sep 27, 2017
Hizbul commander, IED expert Qayoom Najar's encounter marks an end to bloody chapter in Kashmir insurgencyA year before the killing of Hizbul Mujahadeen commander Burhan Wani blew a storm in Kashmir, Qayoom Najar, one of the most experienced militants operating in the Valley, had rattled the security agencies.
Sep 23, 2017
Rohingya crisis: Buddhists in Rakhine mistrust foreign aid workers; relief for refugees hamperedRelief agencies struggling to reach hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims displaced by strife in northwestern Myanmar are facing rising hostility from ethnic Rakhine Buddhists
Sep 18, 2017
Nepal border sealed as country holds final phase of crucial local election in two decadesPolls opened on Monday in a Madhesi-dominated province of Nepal, close to the border with India, for the final phase of the first local-level election in two decades