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Meghalaya: Intelligence Bureau officer killed by militants in South Garo Hills
International Business Times India

IB official abducted by militants near Bangladesh border?

A Central Intelligence Bureau official posted at Rongapara area of South Garo Hills district of Meghalaya bordering Bangladesh has gone missing since September 24. Police officials suspect the IB official Bikash Singh has been abducted by unidentified militants. A senior police officer confirmed to that efforts were on to trace the IB official, who hails from Bihar. "We dont know the fate of the abducted IB official. The identity of the militant group involved in is unclear at ..., 1 week ago
IB officer 'killed' in Garo hills The Telegraph, 1 week ago

Cricket fever in Odisha for T-20 match between India, South Africa, rain still threat for match

Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: Cricket fever in Odisha for T-20 match between India, South Africa today at Barabati Stadium in CuttaCK. Cricket fans hope a ‘Barabati Blo'> Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: Cricket fever in Odisha ...
 OrissaDiary1 day ago India, SA teams arrive in Odisha for Barabati T 20  OdishaSunTimes.com2 days ago IndiaCast to launch Colors in Southern Africa on October 15  Best Media Info5 days ago OCA starts ticket sales to affiliated bodies for India-SA T20 in Odisha  OdishaSunTimes.com6 days ago

Search for abducted IB officer

The search for abducted Intelligence Bureau official Vikash Kumar Singh continued today in South Garo Hills, Meghalaya, a day after unconfirmed reports said militants had killed him and his body had been found. An IB source suggested the young Patna native, ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago Search on for IB officer  The Telegraph1 week ago
Zimbabwe Herald

SA deports 14 450 Zimbabweans

Thupeyo MuleyaBeitbridge Bureau A total of 14 450 Zimbabweans were deported from South Africa for violating that country's immigration laws between January and the first two weeks of September this year, an official has said. Acting immigration ...
 Zimbabwe Herald6 days ago
Canberra Times

Second band of storms for Brisbane after earlier rain, hail

A second line of isolated showers is approaching Brisbane from the southwest, after the Bureau of Meteorology cancelled its earlier severe storm warning for the Southeast corner. Queensland Bureau of Meteorology weather meteorologist Shalwin Singh ...
 Canberra Times1 week ago Brisbane weather: Rain, hail, 10,000 lightning strikes and 'shocking' traffic  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
Telecom Drive

Cell C Set to launch commercial Wi-Fi Calling in South Africa

Telecomdrive Bureau September 28, 2015 By Telecomdrive Bureau in Africa , Blogs , Data Services , Innovation , Telecom Equipment , Telecom Services , Telecom Software , VoWiFi , WiFi Edit nobanner Views 7 Likes Rating 1 2 3 4 5 Riding ...
 Telecom Drive1 week ago

Colombo Plan Drug Advisory Programme organizes first Sub-Regional Meeting for South Asian Drug Focal Points

The Narcotics Control Bureau, Ministry of Home Affairs in collaboration with Colombo Plan Drug Advisory Programme (CPDAP) organized first Sub-Regional Meeting for South Asian Drug Focal Points on September 09 - 11, 2015, here. The Union Home Minister, Shri ...
 PIB3 weeks ago South Asian sub-regional drug focal point meeting  Times of India1 month ago HM to inaugurate South Asian Sub-Regional Drug Focal Point Meeting  News on Air3 weeks ago

SA national who concealed cocaine in stomach sent in JC

A 32-year-old South African womanarrested by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on the charge ofattempting to smuggle cocaine through the Rajiv GandhiInternational Airport here was today sent to 2-week judicialcustody. Mosiea Moosa, the accus
 Sify1 month ago 14-day judicial custody for SA cocaine carrier  Times of India1 month ago

Pirates continue to strike in South East Asian waters: IMB

Pirates continue to strike in waters of South East Asia, the International Maritime Bureau said today while noting that there was an attack on small coastal tankers every two weeks. Five small tankers were hijacked in the waters of South East Asia ...
 Business Standard2 months ago


04-10-2015 Report;Bureau,Orissabarta BERHAMPUR:Dr Nirakara Bhatta, State President presiding over the meeting accompanied by  Dr Kishor Mishra Secretary , Dr Binod Rath Treasurer, Vice- President Dr Goura Patnaik and Dr Punyaslok Das, Joint Secretary Dr ...
 Orissabarta1 day ago
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