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'Pak suppressing voices of Sindhi, Baloch via social media'
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'Pak suppressing voices of Sindhi, Baloch via social media'

[Pakistan], Nov. 8 (ANI): Sindhi political activist Shafi Muhammad Burfat, the chairman of the Jiyea Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSSM), on Wednesday accused Pakistan of suppressing political voices by banning all social media accounts of Sindhi and Baloch national ... Sify, 1 month ago

China bans use of anti-Islam words on social media

"Islamophobic" terms used by Chinese internet users to stigmatise Muslims have been blocked by authorities to prevent bias against Islam, official media reported today. China has over 21 million Muslims mostly the Uyghurs in Xinjiang and Hui community in ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

26/11 aftermath: ATS deradicalises 86 people in last 2 years

The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has deradicalised 86 people in the last two years as a part of its efforts to wean away misguided youth from the path of extremism in the aftermath of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, an official said.Those brought ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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26/11 aftermath: ATS' anti-ISIS ops gain momentum

Improved coordination between various security agencies and a quick response mechanism are the key to Mumbai's security in the nine years following the 26/11 attacks.Dnyanesh Chavan/PTI reports. The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad has deradicalised 86 people in the last two years as a part of its efforts to wean away misguided youth from the path of extremism in the aftermath of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. Those brought into the mainstream include a young couple, both post-graduates in ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Aadhaar is based on unscientific thinking, fallible biometric data

Biometric authentication is based on the unscientific and questionable assumption that there are parts of human body that do not age, wither and decay with the passage of time, says Gopal Krishna. The sixth in a seven-part series. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Having read the opinion of Justice R F Nariman and Justice Y V Chandrachud, Justice J Chelameswar wrote his 44-page-long order as part of the verdict of the nine-judge Constitution Bench on Right to Privacy. He wrote, ...
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India sitting on Aadhaar cyber crime bomb: Indian National Bar Association

The Indian government’s decision to link vital Aadhaar number to bank accounts, income tax and mobile phones could trigger a wave of internet financial crimes in the country. Aadhar : The other side! “ Cyber crime is rapidly rising worldwide including ...
 Pluggd in1 month ago
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Amidst outrage, Army to build three FOBs at stations by Jan 31

The Indian Army will construct a new Foot-Over-Bridge (FOB) at Elphinstone Road, where 23 persons died in a stampede on September 29, as well as a new FOB each at Currey Road and Ambivili stations, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced on ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Missing Kashmir cop suspected of joining LeT after his photo holding an AK-47 surfaces

New Delhi : A Jammu and Kashmir police constable is suspected to have joined the militant Lashkar-e-Tayiba in what could be the third such switch by a security personnel in the Valley this year. Police ordered a probe after the constable, Isfaq Ahmad Dar, ...
 Sify1 month ago
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5 ways the IAF can be battle ready

'While fighter pilots must not be sent into combat in inferior aircraft, an obsessive quest for outright combat superiority will leave an air force short of numbers,' says Ajai Shukla. Air Force Day, celebrated on October 8 each year, provides occasion to revisit the Indian Air Force's biggest worry -- its declining squadron numbers -- and to examine how this could be reversed within its budget. Military planners estimate that the IAF needs 42 fighter squadrons to tackle a two-front threat ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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22 incidents of stone pelting against trains in 4 years

Kasaragod: Between Kannur and Mangalore, trains were pelted with stones 22 times within four years. But only in one case, the accused was arrested. The police suspect terrorist-linked activities behind the recurring occurrence. The Intelligence had earlier ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago
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