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Int Alert, a New Step in Police Modernisation Drive

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state police are in the process of modernising and improving their methods of interaction with the public by adopting various technical facilities. Mobile applications, SMS alert numbers, toll-free call services and WhatsApp alerts introduced by the police are all part of this new initiative.

A new SMS alert service, Int Alert, is being implemented by the police to collect information on matters of internal security of the country. According to top police officials, through this service, the public can share information regarding crimes which would become a threat to our country like terrorism and Maoism and other crime-related information, with the police. The information can be passed on to the officials through the given number: 949799990

ADGP (Intelligence) A Hemachandran said that the details of persons who pass on the information will be kept as secret. “The SMSs received through ‘Int Alert’ will be monitored by senior police officials of the Intelligence wing,” he said.

According to DIG Intelligence P Vijayan, this project is undergoing trial for the past 15 days. “We have been monitoring this system for the past 15 days. Now this has entered operational level. The public can alert us on incidents of smuggling, various mafia activities and terrorism, if they get any clue on these. Special teams are assigned to probe on the basis of the information we get. They will be assigned after sorting out the messages received through Int Alert,” the DIG said.


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^^ DDM usual sikular spin. No questions on shutting down this madarsas but wailing that because evil Hindoo complained of rape, poor madarsas left with no choice but to not recruit Hindus!!

Meerut gangrape fallout: Blow to modernizers, madarsas won’t recruit Hindus

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here are several loose ends and unanswered questions in the Meerut rape incident.

While the truth will remain open to interpretations of the investigation reports, the noise over the incident has served its communal-political purpose. The fallout of the incident is the UP Modernised Madarsa Association has announced that it won’t appoint women from the Hindu community as teachers in madarsas.

This means old madarsas, which have been insisting on segregation of communities gain the upper hand now. It also could be a blow to the modernization of the Muslim educational institutions.

In the last ten years or so, madarsas had opened up to modern education, including English, science and computers and this signaled an eagerness among the community leaders to spread education among the underprivileged sections of Muslim society.


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PostPosted: 09 Aug 2014 10:25 
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The way these guys twist and turn to save the Muslim community and madrassahs from blame is truly cringeworthy.

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The fallout of the incident is the UP Modernised Madarsa Association has announced that it won’t appoint women from the Hindu community as teachers in madarsas.


Interesting. So while Islam insists on full purdah on their women( aka walking condom) , they invited Hindu women to Madrassahs & teach? It all sounds harmless but when you consider what these demented criminals did in the name of Islam earlier ( i.e capturing women and slaughtering/castrating men), this "teaching" becomes a "Lite" version or a front of the same .

Of course, the monster's true form is hard to suppress.
Exhibit 1: Soldiers of Islam were in the streets and killed two Kafirs when the court gave a judgement on Gurdwara land -> treatment meted to men of other faiths.
Exhibit 2: This one where woman was captured, raped, converted, kept in confinement with plans to sell her to gulf country patrons perverts -> treatment meted to women of other faiths.

And we are beign sold Madrassah Modernisation nonsese? its like putting lipstick to Shireen Mazari.


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Wanted Ultra Targets Madurai Meenakshi Temple - L.Srikrishna, The Hindu
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The latest security threat to the Meenakshi Sundareswarar temple here , in the run-up to Independence Day, has been substantially fleshed out, with the Union Home Ministry zeroing in on a long-wanted ultra believed to have a plan to bomb the shrine.

A specific intelligence input that has surfaced now reveals that the fundamentalist, identified as Abu Backer Siddique and who is absconding for about two decades, is suspected to have planned to “plant an IED” in the temple, a highly reliable source attached with the Home Ministry said.

The fundamentalist, who is wanted in many heinous crimes involving murders and attempt-to-murders of many Hindu Munnani leaders in Tamil Nadu, has planned to “disturb” the harmony in the city. By planting an explosive the device, he is likely to “settle” scores, the source told The Hindu over the phone on Saturday.

Recent interrogation of some of his accomplices suggested that the group has planned something ‘concrete’, which was why the State police had been put on ‘specific’ alert to step up vigil at the shrine .

Abu Backer had indeed figured in planting of explosives in many locations in Tamil Nadu, including the one in Madurai district, when BJP senior leader L.K. Advani was on his way to Shencottah en route Madurai a couple of years ago.

Meanwhile, the Madurai City Police conducted an indoor meeting with about 100 staff, including conservancy workers, supervisors and security personnel of the Meenakshi temple on Saturday.

Sources said Commissioner of Police Sanjay Mathur, Deputy Commissioner of Police Samant Rohan Rajendra, HR and CE Joint Commissioner Natarajan, and Board of Trustees chairman Karumuttu T. Kannan participated. The personnel were sensitised to the heightened vigil at the temple.

The staff were told about need to examine grocery items coming in to the temple kitchen and puja articles. Enhanced security check is likely to continue for some more time.


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India Muslims to fight ISIS

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Indian Shiites volunteer to go to Iraq to protect their shrines from ISIS. Sumnima Udas reports.

http://edition.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/v ... q.cnn.html


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PostPosted: 10 Aug 2014 11:32 
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It seems EJ conversion menace is spreading in North India too. I used to think that barring Punjab, Christian conversions werent happening in North India, especially not in Rajasthan. I used to think that the tribal Meena community in Rajasthan wasnt converting. But I went to a bank in my hometown of Udaipur a couple of days back and lo and behold, the new joinee there is Praveen 'Joseph' Meena.
Makes me fear about a South India like situation in North India.


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Madhani's bail extended by 2 weeks
I guess this fellow has finally managed to get out of the prison. Guess it would be a season of extending the bail for quite some time. This chap was whining that he was not allowed to goto a Idgah ground during Id. The police had taken legal opinion and that said; Maudhani's bail was for treatment, he can get that done. And not strut around the whole city offering prayers and what not. The police had highlighted a big risk - that if Maudhani goes to a mosque to offer his prayers, the police would not be able to know who met him there and what happened. Apparently the mosque was not open for policemen to enter :roll: .


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If you look at the illegal immigration thread, my last 3-4 posts with newslinks show clearly that the GOI of the day has a very clear plan of how to combat future illegal immigration in conjunction with the national ID project and the NPR. Whether they will deport already the ones inside is a different story.

Now coming to the EJ menace, the GOI has a very brutal weapon if they want to cripple these guys overnight. They can just ban FCRA. Lock stock barrel, just say NGO's in India cannot receive donations from abroad. Before anyone jumps on me to say that many genuine ngo's/hindu ngo's will also be affected, please go to the link below

http://fcraonline.nic.in/fc3_amount.aspx

You can see by state the NGO's and if you click on the NGO, you can see their classification and the source of their income (donor source)

Over 90% are EJ ngo's. This tap needs to be closed.

As i said, i see some action on the illegal immigration aspect. There has been some selective action on NGO's who create troubles for industrial development. But I am yet to see any news on EJ ngo's.

If they are doing it quietly, then we will see it in the fcra report early next year. But I am all for just closing this tap completely.


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Yes, FCRA should be banned even if secular/Hindu orgs get affected. If you don't stop the money flow this problem will persist and you cannot implement FRB everywhere. In fact, it is easier to ban FCRA under the guise of anti-development activities than implement a national FRB.


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Yes, FCRA should be banned even if secular/Hindu orgs get affected. If you don't stop the money flow this problem will persist and you cannot implement FRB everywhere. In fact, it is easier to ban FCRA under the guise of anti-development activities than implement a national FRB.


Yup, this is the need of the hour. I mean, just from a financial perspective, the EJ industry gets $1.2 BN per year from foreign sources. Thats 1/2 of Bollywood per year. Imagine the jolt they will get if this tap is closed. Domestic funding for EJ activity can never ever even get close to 5% of the money hindu orgs get from domestic donations.

But on the flipside, if this industry has been allowed to mushroom to 1/2 the size of bollywood, imagine how hard it is going for the govt to close this tap. But well, the Modi sarkar is is supposedly there to take these hard decisions.


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RSS wing launches campaign against ‘love jihad’ in UP

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Dharma Jagran Manch, a wing of Rashtriya Swayamasevak Sangh (RSS), launched a weeklong campaign from Sunday during which they will tie Rakhis to Hindus and administer them the oath to fight against ‘love jihad’, in which Hindu girls are allegedly converted to Islam or other communities for marriage.

While appealing for support to stop ‘love jihad’, the manch workers will also tie Rakhis to Hindu girls, requesting them not to fell prey to such youths who lure them to convert their religion.


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India Muslims to fight ISIS

Indian Shiites volunteer to go to Iraq to protect their shrines from ISIS. Sumnima Udas reports.

http://edition.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/v ... q.cnn.html

This has the potential to spill over into India as a sectarian war.


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ISI-linked Rohingyas gather near Capital


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All the Hass Baas Khaas
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ISIS active in recruiting from Karnataka

Full circle. Tipu invited Muslim kings from Persia to invade India. Now ISIS recruiting from Karnataka.


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It is easy to declare bans on phoren phunding from our well-fed armchairs, and ask why it should be greater than Bollywood, but the great failure here is that foreign funding reaches ppl at the bottom rungs of "society" whom the desi "middle class" ignores or shuns. This should be a huge source of humiliation to RNIs, but it is not, and does not bring out any generosity or thought.

I would not support any such "ban" regardless of the conversion aspects, until the foreign funding has been effectively replaced by desi indi-genous programs. Some would argue that food for a child is a higher priority than abstract notions of "nation", and that there is no "security" when one is starving or watching one's children starving.

Elsewhere, someone decries the esablishment of IITs "before there were primary schools all over India". Why is this the proper choice I wonder ... was the funding that went into IITs the only source of funds that could have funded primary schools? Were people in India so incapable of setting up primary schools in their localities and teaching children how to read and write, without the Central Govt. pouring money in? Obviously that model would not have worked to build an IIT (it did in the much-derided "West", where ppl set up universities and THEN extracted $$$ from the govt based on products delivered).

Security does not come just from destroying what other people struggle to establish. It requires hard work to do constructive things as well. FCRA etc already has more than enough regulations to ensure security and proper expenditure of funds. The problem is the corruption in its enforcement - as usual, the govt babus and political netas take joy in bullying the law-abiding taxpayer and kiss up to the scofflaw villains. THEY are the security threat to India.


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@UB, can you point out studies that have shown conclusively that EJ money has lifted people out of poverty. In the last 50 years the entire south and central Africa has converted to Christianity such that Christians are slightly ahead of Muslims in terms of population in Africa. Has it resulted in these countries coming out of poverty. You are accusing Indians of being uncaring. When your percapita income is 50-60000 rupees annually will you be able to feed others. There are hundreds of dharmic orgs working on the ground. They are doing it with Indian money. To say Oh, let EJ money come and lift everyone out of poverty is a sign of laziness. The creation of IITs was the right step as the founding fathers realized that without technical manpower you won't be able to run a modern economy. Where they messed up was in pursuing the Communist model which was largely the doing of Nehru and IG and the leftist coterie around them.


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It is easy to declare bans on phoren phunding from our well-fed armchairs, and ask why it should be greater than Bollywood, but the great failure here is that foreign funding reaches ppl at the bottom rungs of "society" whom the desi "middle class" ignores or shuns. This should be a huge source of humiliation to RNIs, but it is not, and does not bring out any generosity or thought.

I would not support any such "ban" regardless of the conversion aspects, until the foreign funding has been effectively replaced by desi indi-genous programs. Some would argue that food for a child is a higher priority than abstract notions of "nation", and that there is no "security" when one is starving or watching one's children starving.

Elsewhere, someone decries the esablishment of IITs "before there were primary schools all over India". Why is this the proper choice I wonder ... was the funding that went into IITs the only source of funds that could have funded primary schools? Were people in India so incapable of setting up primary schools in their localities and teaching children how to read and write, without the Central Govt. pouring money in? Obviously that model would not have worked to build an IIT (it did in the much-derided "West", where ppl set up universities and THEN extracted $$$ from the govt based on products delivered).

Security does not come just from destroying what other people struggle to establish. It requires hard work to do constructive things as well. FCRA etc already has more than enough regulations to ensure security and proper expenditure of funds. The problem is the corruption in its enforcement - as usual, the govt babus and political netas take joy in bullying the law-abiding taxpayer and kiss up to the scofflaw villains. THEY are the security threat to India.


1. poor people Middle class shuns - rhetorical statement in the mold of leftist naxal crap

Is it Okay to blow up trains or planes by naxals or Islamic terrorists because of all the injustice?

2. People do give money for charity,temples but most Govt. controls the distribution and a MAFIA system eats it away. It is not Congress all the parties Lower caste,SC/ST/OBC parties all have the same foundation.

3. Upper class, Uber class all use Govt. as an excuse to loot

http://www.telegraphindia.com/1140813/j ... 709361.jsp

This is the class that pontificates and preaches middle class. Look how they loot money that should go for development

4. The only way to change Indian society is to build independent institutions that enforce law. When that is done, 90% of work is done.


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Indian Shiites volunteer to go to Iraq to protect their shrines from ISIS. Sumnima Udas reports.



Buy them all a one way ticket to Iraq where they can fight each other. That way India will benefit as these troublemakers, who obviously don't think of themselves as Indians, will be far away.


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Surasena wrote:
India Muslims to fight ISIS
Indian Shiites volunteer to go to Iraq to protect their shrines from ISIS. Sumnima Udas reports.

Buy them all a one way ticket to Iraq where they can fight each other. That way India will benefit as these troublemakers, who obviously don't think of themselves as Indians, will be far away.


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Yeh Shia, Woh Sunni , Dono Maarre Ahmaadii
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Blast in a bus leaves 9 injured in TN - The Hindu
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Nine passengers, including two women, were injured in a blast in a private bus near Perambalur on Thursday evening. One of the petrol bombs kept under a seat is suspected to have exploded, police sources said.

The bus was heading to Thuraiyur from Jayamkondan when the incident occurred between Eachampatty and Ammapalayam. Thick smoke engulfed the vehicle carrying at least 70 passengers. Nine persons who suffered burns were rushed to the Government Hospital in Perambalur. Two bottles filled with petrol, wires and batteries were found in the bus.

A special team of the Perambalur police has been formed to investigate the case. A Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad moved in to handle the other petrol bombs. The police enquired with the crew and some passengers of the bus. “It appears that someone placed the bomb in the bus at the originating point,” a police official said. Sonal Chandra, Superintendent of Police, Perambalur, and other senior officials conducted investigations at the spot. Scientific assistants also rushed to the spot to ascertain the nature of the inflammable substance.


One should not jump the gun, but this has happened for the first time in TN in a bus and happening on the eve of the I-Day, we can only guess enemies of this country have done this. TN is sliding down the slippery slope of terrorism.


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One should not jump the gun, but this has happened for the first time in TN in a bus and happening on the eve of the I-Day, we can only guess enemies of this country have done this. TN is sliding down the slippery slope of terrorism.


SS-ji,
This is what is puzzling me. I don't think the Muslim population anywhere in TN (except perhaps a few small enclaves on the Kozhikode border) is more than 30%. Even the so called Muslim strongholds like old Arcot, and in the far south (near Thirunelveli, Ramanathapuram, etc) have maybe 20-25% Muslims. What is the reason for this sudden spurt in terror? There are plenty of places with more Muslims where they could indulge in terror with greater ease (except metros, where it is possible due to the urban nature of the territory). Why are they picking up on rural TN, places like Perambalur which are almost completely Hindu? Would welcome your insights into this matter.


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Jihadi movement is coming to India. It is unstoppable. A close family friend of ours (IPS big shot) says the law and order situation in certain districts in UP is beyond repair. Muslims are just not responding to anything. What are you supposed to do with these people?


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nageshks, one does not need to be in big numbers to cause trouble. Big processions and the kind of siege one witnessed of the Mount Road two years back require a large concentration but planting bombs do not require that strength. Even a lone wolf can do that. All that is needed is a washed out brain and a belief that such an act was in the way of God. This bus was going from Jayamkondan to Thuraiyur. Now, Jayamkondan (which was once the capital of the Chola kingdom, Gangaikonda Cholapuram and which boasts of a magnificent temple, a replica of the Thanjavur Brahadeeswara Temple ) is just across the Thanjavur distt (from Kumbakonam, it is hardly 30 or 40 mins by car) which has a significant number all major religions anyway. The bomb had been planted there and it exploded a short while later at Perambalur.


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Nageshji,
Coimbatore blasts happened too. Serial blasts timed to end at the hospital where victims would be taken. TN isn't new to this.


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Intelligence agencies hints at Parliament, US embassy attacks

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NEW DELHI: On a day prime minister Narendra Modi would be addressing the nation for the first time on Independence Day, security agencies will be on their toes with intelligence inputs indicating that the al-Qaida and ISI are planning to target American establishments in the capital as well as carry out a 26/11-type attack on South Block, North Block and Central Secretariat.

Security agencies have intercepted conversations which indicate that there was a high degree of threat to the twin power centres and Central Secretariat along with its Metro station.

Police have been conveyed these inputs and, in turn, increased the security of these three places. Deployments and air defence system around Vijay Chowk have been upped as well.

What has bothered Delhi Police most is that the security alert that Al Qaida chief Ayman al-Zawahiri has formed a crack team of three Pakistani operatives, who are experts in handling and making IEDs, to target the US embassy and other American establishments.



While much is not known about the identity of these three terrorists, the sleuths have got to know that they have previously lived in India and also travelled to and from India and Pakistan.

Agencies have accorded these inputs top priority and are trying to gather more information. At present, the special cell is grilling several American Center attack accused and LeT men in its custody.

This, coupled with threat perception of the Prime Minister has led police to draw out an "unprecedented security arrangement" this Independence Day.


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On Independence Day, naxals trigger IED explosion in Chhattisgarh; one jawan injured


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A CRPF jawan was injured on Friday in an IED explosion triggered by naxals in Sukma district of Chhattisgarh, police said.

The incident occurred in the restive Tadmetla forests under Chintalnar police outpost limits when the paramilitary personnel were on an operation to cordon off the region, Sukma Superintendent of Police D Shrawan said.

A squad of Central Reserve Police Force was on an area domination exercise in Chintagufa forests, located around 500 kms away from Raipur, early this morning.

When they reached near Tademtla, naxals triggered a land mine blast and opened indiscriminate firing on security forces leaving one of them injured, the SP said


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nageshks, one does not need to be in big numbers to cause trouble. Big processions and the kind of siege one witnessed of the Mount Road two years back require a large concentration but planting bombs do not require that strength. Even a lone wolf can do that. All that is needed is a washed out brain and a belief that such an act was in the way of God. This bus was going from Jayamkondan to Thuraiyur. Now, Jayamkondan (which was once the capital of the Chola kingdom, Gangaikonda Cholapuram and which boasts of a magnificent temple, a replica of the Thanjavur Brahadeeswara Temple ) is just across the Thanjavur distt (from Kumbakonam, it is hardly 30 or 40 mins by car) which has a significant number all major religions anyway. The bomb had been planted there and it exploded a short while later at Perambalur.


Thanks, SS-ji. Interesting insight. Yes, you could be very right. Jihadism has come to TN, I am afraid (and all of South India, where Muslims are relatively better off). Prosperity for Muslims may not bring in moderation, it may just bring in more resources for Jihad. All of Malabar has become Islamised-gone are the days when the trading community of Malabar would be liberal. Just go to any Muslim shop in Kasargod, or Kozhikode, and you will hear, more often than not, the Koranic chanting running continuously in the background, whereas 25 years ago, you would hear Tamizh/Malayalam film songs.


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Nageshji,
Coimbatore blasts happened too. Serial blasts timed to end at the hospital where victims would be taken. TN isn't new to this.


Prasad-ji,
Coimbatore is just across the border of Malappuram-the only Muslim majority district of South India. Also Maudhani-ji hatched the plot in Kerala, IIRC. A jihadi gang operating from Kerala in Coimbatore was less surprising. The localisation of Jihad in TN where Muslim population is much smaller is an altogether different thing.


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Jihadi movement is coming to India. It is unstoppable. A close family friend of ours (IPS big shot) says the law and order situation in certain districts in UP is beyond repair. Muslims are just not responding to anything. What are you supposed to do with these people?

By this time, experts in secularism should be ready to explain root cause and correction needed in detail, with full enthusiasm, as the word secularism was added to the constitution about 40 years ago. Isn't constitution of India an article of faith for Muslims after all and of course secularism isn't just about deriding Hinduism & spreading propaganda against Brahmins & caste system and so on and so forth.


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Kerala school forced to drop ‘Vande Mataram’ as it would hurt religious sentiments
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Explosion in bus caused by crude device: TN Police
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It was a crude device containing electric detonators strapped with batteries and a circuit board that went off in a private bus near here on Thursday leaving ten persons injured, investigations reveal.

Five special teams were probing different angles and collecting intelligence inputs. The device was kept in a jute bag and placed beneath one of the seats in the jam-packed bus.

Based on preliminary investigations, police sources said three electric detonators strapped to a 2-litre plastic bottle containing kerosene had exploded. There was no shrapnel inside the bag, a police officer said.

Scientific Assistants and Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad personnel from Tiruchi who conducted checks till the early hours found three detonators with wire, four pen-type batteries, a two-litre plastic container and a small circuit board in the vehicle.


Investigators said that the blast did not cause any damage to the bus which was proceeding to Thuraiyur in Tiruchi district from Jayamkondam in Ariyalur district after a halt at Perambalur. The incident occurred near Eachampatti on the Perambalur – Thuraiyur road at an isolated place.

The Perambalur police have registered a case under the Explosive Substances Act, 1908, and the IPC section 285 (negligent conduct with respect to fire or combustible matter).

It was not personal vendetta and attempted target killing. Clearly, somebody or some group, is trying out some techniques and assessing the damage in order to fine-tune. The attempt could be to find a cheap way to cause extensive damage. For example, to make the diesel tank catch fire. I put this in the same category as the May 1 Central Station bomb.


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One can gauge how bad is the situation in W.B. border areas when congi mouthpiece writes an article which doesn't abuse BJP or RSS

Winds of change as BJP rises in Bengal

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It was a hot March afternoon at Nyajat village in North 24 Parganas district. A crowd of about 150 people – mostly women – gathered at a meeting addressed by BJP candidate Samik Bhattacharya before the 2014 general elections.

“This is a not an ordinary election. It’s a struggle to determine whether areas like Hingalganj, Minakha and Basirhat on the Indo-Bangladesh border will remain in India.” Bhattacharya’s statement sounded too dramatic – or unbelievably alarmist – but the crowd found it only logical.

He told his women audience: “Ask yourself whether you can protect your family in this regime. You may be attacked anytime, and the attackers are coming from the other side (of the border). Keep your kitchen knives ready.” The crowd responded with a resounding ‘Jai Sri Ram’.

One has to visit these border areas to assess the extent of activities of Muslim fundamentalist organisations — mainly of the Bangladeshi variety — and the Trinamool Congress government’s absolute non-action on this front.

State police intelligence sources said a chain of private madarsas has come up along the entire 2,216.7-km-long border with vast porous stretches that West Bengal shares with Bangladesh.

The sources said since the state government’s political will is almost non-existent, the private madrasas are freely sheltering Bangladeshi fundamentalists for whom things became too hot after the Sheikh Hasina-led Awami League government took over in December 2008.

But all that Sultan Ahmed, MP and the party’s core committee member, is ready to say is: “The BJP is trying to spread venom in Bengal. They should know Bengal is a tough place. Our party is ready to counter all these evil forces.”

The result: An unprecedented rise in the popularity of the RSS leading to an eyeball-to-eyeball situation between the trained and well armed foreign militants and the RSS in the border areas.

The battleground: North Dinajpur, Murshidabad, Malda and North and South 24-Parganas districts and the Alipurduar subdivision of Jalpaiguri district.

Subhas Mondal, general secretary of the BJP unit in Murshidabad — the worst affected district so far — said, “Infiltration by the Jamat and the Rajakar — pro-Pakistani armed groups active during the 1971 war — is a big problem for us. It has increased recently.”

Police investigations also reveal that private madrasas in Murshidabad — especially in Lalgola, Ranitala and Jalangi areas — are being controlled by the Pakistan-based Jamiat Ahle Hadees, which has a solid base in Bangladesh and is considered to be the spiritual guide of the banned SIMI.

A state police official told HT on condition of anonymity that in recent times a good number of unknown persons had been spotted in villages in Murshidabad’s Jalangi, Raninagar, Domkal, Shamserganj and Lalgola.

Masquerading as seminary students, these combat-trained activists are easily recognisable as they are men of mid to late thirties with their trademark skull caps, short salwars, long kurtas and plastic sandals. And their Bangladeshi dialect is too foreign to the locals.

“But we haven’t been able to trace these people though we have information that they are being sheltered by specific groups,” the state police official admitted.

He said on average, there are four-to-five government recognised or private madrasas in each of the 254 panchayats in Murshidabad.

Most of them have come under the control of the Bangladeshi extremist outfits.

And the scene is not much different in the other border districts of Bengal.


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[quote="Sagar G"]One can gauge how bad is the situation in W.B. border areas when congi mouthpiece writes an article which doesn't abuse BJP or RSS

Winds of change as BJP rises in Bengal

This article needs to some how become main stream. It is a small pointer to major problem which escapes the main stream always. The greens will not come from the western borders but from the eastern side and probably from Nepal. The Jihadist are preparing themselves but the national consciousness is worried about 'bikini beaches'.


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Bihar ATS arrests three for supplying arms to Hizbul Mujahideen in J&K


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Bihar ATS, set up after bomb blasts in Bodhgaya and Patna, arrested three arms suppliers from Munger in connection with supplying arms to lower cadre of Hizbul Mujahideen in Jammu & Kashmir.

As Munger arms, which are mainly assembled copying superior technology, came cheaper, they had been in big demand and often were transported by trains to Jammu & Kashmir, Delhi, UP, Haryana and Rajasthan. Sophisticated arms, ranging from duplicates of INSAS riffle to carbine and AK-47, come for Rs 20,000 to Rs 25,000.

This was the first operation by Bihar ATS, headed by an inspector general of police.

A Bihar ATS team that first arrested one Arun Singh alias Mikku, a resident of Faizabad, from Munger helped the team arrest main arms supplier Mohammed Jamshed from Munger’s Bardah village — infamous for manufacturing and assembling illegal arms.

They later arrested Surendra Paswan, a resident of Jamalpur, who worked as a conduit between purchasers and suppliers. The three were produced at a Patna court on 13 August and were sent to police custody.

An ATS source said the three had been arrested on suspicion of supplying arms to the Jammu & Kashmir-based terror outfit, Hizbul Mujahideen, after receiving information on a small arms consignments being sent from Munger by train route via Delhi. The accused revealed that as Munger arms makers had of late started copying superior arms-making technology, Bardah and Barghe villagers had been getting frequent demands for arms, reportedly for lower cadre of the terror outfit.


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Religion of peace'rs exercising their first right at any natural resource -
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According to the uncle of the victim, the 17-year-old had gone to buy snacks on Saturday evening but did not return. "It was around Sunday noon that we received a call from police, informing us that she had died in KGMU," he said. "My niece was abducted by Nadeem, who raped her and then left her to die after strangulating her." He accused the police of not taking into account his complaint in the matter.


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PM Narendra Modi’s new decoy: two routes, a dummy convoy.

Wah! HT and Rajesh Ahuja. Would you now want to put this on Google traffic/tweet/wahatsappit?

http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-new ... 53582.aspx

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