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Overhanging dangers in the Indian Subcontinent

India should speak against atrocities against Muhajirs in Pakistan: ‘MQM’ Leader Altaf Hussain

MQM-Leader-Altaf-Hussain- IndianLondon: The Indian Prime Minister should also speak out against the atrocities committed by those Muhajirs who had migrated to Pakistan from India after the partition just as he had spoken out against the gruesome atrocities being committed by the Pakistani Army on the Baluch people, appealed Altaf Hussain, a leader of the Pakistani political party, ‘Muttahida Qaumi Movement’ (MQM)

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Pak’s proterror policy may spark India-Pakistan nuclear war, warns US ‘CENTCOM’ General Votel

Joseph-Votel-IndianWashington: A nuclear war could arise between India and Pakistan, warned U.S. ‘Central Command’ (CENTCOM) General Joseph Votel. While admonishing in a hearing at the US Senate ‘Armed Services Committee’, General Votel claimed that Pakistan is home to 20 terrorist organisations. He also exhorted that if Pakistan keeps allowing such state-sponsored terrorism, these terrorist groups will continue to destabilise Afghanistan for a long time.

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China to produce ballistic missiles with Pakistan

New Delhi/Beijing: China has decided to jointly develop ‘ballistic missiles’, ‘anti-ship and anti-aircraft’  missiles and sophisticated multi-role combat aircrafts with Pakistan. This decision to develop ‘ballistic missiles’ with Pakistan by China, a country that constantly criticises India’s missile program, appears to be a part of a strategy against India. This news which was published during the Pakistan Chief of Army Staff,  General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s China tour, has been drawing attention of the experts.

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26/11 attack was carried out by Pakistan-based terror group: admits Pak’s Ex-NSA

durrani indianNew Delhi: Pakistan’s former National Security Advisor, Mahmud Ali Durrani has admitted that the 26/11 terror attack was carried out by a Pakistan based terrorist organization. Durrani made this confession in a conference held in New Delhi. Also, Durrani said that the 26/11 Mumbai attack was a classic example of cross-border terrorism. Nevertheless, Durrani said that he hopes that the Pakistani government takes strict action against Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind behind this attack. 

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Delhi university professor, 5 others sentenced to life imprisonment for maoist links

gn-saibaba indianNagpur : Delhi University Professor ‘G.N. Saibaba’, along with five others, was sentenced to life imprisonment by the Gadchiroli Sessions Court, after being found guilty of helping a Maoist group. In 2014, Prof Saibaba was arrested who was active in Gadchiroli, a Naxal dominated district in Maharashtra. Today, along with the others, a ‘Jawaharlal Nehru University’ female student is also convicted by the Sessions Court.

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‘Wheat blast’ disease endangers the wheat production in West Bengal

Kolkata: The infiltration of terrorists smuggling  along with them arms, drugs and fake currency from Bangladesh to India has been a source of perennial concern to India. Adding to this now, ‘wheat blast’ a fungal disease has been spreading over the crops in West Bengal via Bangladesh. On account of ‘wheat blast’ the wheat crop  in West Bengal has been endangered. In order to restrict this critical situation and the further spread of ‘wheat blast’, almost 400 acres of wheat crop would have to be  destroyed in West Bengal. As a consequence, the rate of wheat production in India is expected to decline  this year.

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Cyber security a concern for banks, demand for cyber insurance increases

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Mumbai: Over the last few years, inclination of citizens towards internet banking has increased and due to smartphones, there is an increase in cashless transactions. However, there has also been an increase in the number of cyber attacks and cyber fraud cases. Against this backdrop, there appears to be a rise in the demand for ‘Cyber Insurance’ and ‘Cyber Liability Insurance’ from banks.

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