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In joint operation named "Operation Prahar", said to be one of the biggest operations in recent times, is aimed at flushing out the Maoists hiding in forests of Tondamarka. Tondamarka: Naxals on Sunday fired upon an Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopter deployed to rescue injured jawans in Tondamarka. The security forces retaliated, triggering an exchange of fire, he said.
  • DSP's lynching in JK: Three more arrested

    DSP's lynching in JK: Three more arrested

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    Mehbooba Mufti , Jammu and Kashmir's chief minister, said of the killing: "The Jammu and Kashmir Police are showing maximum restraint when dealing with their own people, but for how long?" The order late on June 23, 2017 said SP (North Srinagar ) Sajad Khaliq Bhat been transferred and asked to report to the J&K Police headquarters.
  • Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Jerusalem Attack

    Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Jerusalem Attack

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    Israel is a prominent subject in ISIS's propaganda output, with the group regularly stating that it seeks to take over Jerusalem, where the third-holiest site in Islam-the Haram al-Sharif, or Noble Sanctuary-and the most holy in Judaism-known to Jews as the Temple Mount-is located.
  • NDA Nominee Ram Nath Kovind To File Nomination Today

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    It is still not clear if Kovind would also meet Samajwadi Party patron Mulayam Singh Yadav or SP chief Akhilesh Yadav but sources said since Kovind would stay overnight in Lucknow , he might meet lawmakers and leaders of other parties over dinner.
  • Darjeeling unrest: GJM plans to revive its 'peacekeeping' wing GLP

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    Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday condemned the vandalism by the GJM and alleged a " deep-rooted conspiracy ". The GJM, however, claimed that two party supporters were killed in police firing. GJM chief Bimal Gurung claimed that people of the hills are being tortured by the Bengal government. Activists of the GJM, spearheading the agitation demanding a separate state since June 8, took out a protest rally from the party headquarters in Singmari.
  • Rep. Steve Scalise moved out of intensive care unit

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    He has undergone several surgeries and remains in hospital. Both police officers are recovering and expected to return to full duty. He visited the unit 43 times between April and June, including the morning of the shooting. He said Hodgkinson had never posted direct threats against members of Congress or the Congressional baseball game, but said that a witness told investigators Hodgkinson stayed at Eugene Simpson Stadium Park after being told it was the Republican team practicing.
  • US, China agree to restrain business with North Korea

    US, China agree to restrain business with North Korea

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    American concern is growing over North Korea's acceleration toward having a nuclear missile that can strike the US mainland. Trump indicated to Xi Jinping at their Mar-El-Lago summit in early April that he wanted progress on North Korea within one hundred days so there could be some aggressive moves by the U.S.