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Huge cache of explosives recovered in Assam

Assam, Dec 7 (ANI): India's paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel recovered a huge quantity of explosives from Bokajan town in Assam. The explosives, including 86 packets of gelatin sticks, 30 packets of detonators, and 286 metres of cable wires, were seized from a bus which was coming from Shillong and was heading to Dimapur. The CRPF has arrested the two drivers of the buses and will conduct the further investigation to find out whether any militant outfit was indulged. Northeast consists of eight states which are beset with militancy and insurgency. Dec 7, 2014
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Assam Police arrest accused in suspected plot to kill Bangladesh PM

Guwahati, Dec 7 (ANI): Assam police arrested a key suspect behind a blast in West Bengal who is also believed to have been involved in a plot to assassinate Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina and stage a coup there. Shahnor Alom, who was arrested in a village in Assam, is an operative of a banned Bangladeshi group active in West Bengal, a senior intelligence officer said. According to a police officer, he was caught hiding in his relative's house in a village in Nalbari district of Assam. Director General of Police for Assam, Khagen Sharma, said Alom had a very good rapport with militant leaders from both West Bengal and Bangladesh. Dec 7, 2014
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Body of soldier martyred in Kashmir militant attack arrives home

Ranchi, Dec 7 (ANI): Body of slain soldier martyred in militant attack in Jammu and Kashmir, arrived at his hometown in Jharkhand. The body of lieutenant colonel Sankalp Shukla, martyred in the deadly attack in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir, reached Ranchi. Militants sneaked into an Indian military camp in Kashmir on Friday, killing 11 soldiers and police, the worst losses for security forces in six years in Jammu and Kashmir. Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren, expressed his condolences. Dec 7, 2014
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Gurdaspur eye surgery organizer sent to two-day judicial custody

Gurdaspur/ New Delhi, Dec 07 (ANI): Court sent eye surgery camp organizer to a two-day judicial custody after fifteen people lost their sight as doctors allegedly had used infected equipment to remove cataracts while providing free treatment in Punjab. The latest incident highlights the dangers of shoddy medical treatment in the country. According to advocate Manjeet Singh Sachdev, the organizer of the camp has been arrested. Dec 7, 2014
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Maldives thanks India for prompt response to alleviate its drinking water shortage

Male, Dec 07 (ANI): Maldives Foreign Minister Dunya Maumoon expressed her deepest appreciation and thanked India for its prompt response to alleviate the drinking water shortage in the archipelago, in the true spirit of their close and time-tested bilateral ties. Indian High Commissioner to Maldives, Rajeev Shahare said that the people of the nation are thankful to India for always responding to their call in times of crisis. Dec 7, 2014
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Kiren Rijiju calls for peace in northeast region

Agartala, Dec 7 (ANI): Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju said that for there to be development peace has to be maintained in the north eastern region of the country. Rijiju said this while inaugurating a modern cargo complex integrated check post in Tripura city of Agartala. Rijiju said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government had plans for the rehabilitation of the militants of the region. Dec 7, 2014
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Northeastern states promote tourism and crafts at IITF-2014 in New Delhi

New Delhi, Dec 07 (ANI): Tourism and industrial promotion was the focus of Assam pavilion at the 34th India International Trade Fair at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. In tandem with the theme – 'Women Entrepreneurship', the Assam Pavilion showcased various entrepreneurial activities of the women of Assam and highlighted the contributions of those who have made a special mark in their respective fields. The various products put up on display at the Fair were Assam Tea, handloom products, Assamese jewellery, bamboo and cane products and ethnic foot items, most of which are led by women entrepreneurs. A large number of crafts persons and entrepreneurs from other northeastern states like Nagaland, Tripura, Manipur and Meghalaya also participated in the fair. Around 20 exhibitors from Nagaland showcased a variety of products like handloom, traditional jewellery, artificial flowers, cultural artifact and decorative items. Dec 7, 2014
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Rahul Gandhi blames Modi for Kashmir militancy

Ranchi, Dec 6 (ANI): Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said that the threats of militant attacks loom large over Kashmir as BJP came to power, while the valley was peaceful during the Congress rule. While addressing a rally in Ranchi, Gandhi blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for continued terror activities in Kashmir where militants launched four terror attacks on Friday leaving 11 security personnel including a lieutenant colonel dead and killing two civilians. Rahul also added that Modi is accumulating all the powers in his hand along with a handful of bureaucrats and entrepreneurs. Dec 6, 2014
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Security experts say Kashmir militant attacks anticipated, India should step up tactics

New Delhi, Dec 6 (ANI): Security experts on Saturday reacting over the multiple militant attacks in Kashmir said that the attacks were anticipated and the country needs more preparedness. Security expert Uday Bhaskar said that though there had been similar attacks, the ones on Friday were of higher intensity. Meanwhile, Director General of Delhi Policy Group Dr Radha Kumar said that looking at previous cross-border attacks this year, Friday's attacks were expected sooner or later. Dec 6, 2014