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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby UlanBatori » 19 Mar 2015 21:44

Burqua phorum is not satisfactory for NGO issues related to national security. Clearly these NGOs set themselves up, get phoren phunding permission (which is not a trivial exercise - most Indian NGOs that I know refuse to apply, saying it will just bring Polis harassment onlee) and then just disappear. That is clearly not halal.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Hari Seldon » 20 Mar 2015 07:32

From twitter

>>GAURAV C SAWANT ‏@gauravcsawant 1m1 minute ago
Terrorist attack in Kathua, J&K. Police station attacked by several terrorists. 1 cop killed. Hostages taken. Similar to 2013 Samba attack

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 20 Mar 2015 10:23

Hari Seldon wrote:From twitter

>>GAURAV C SAWANT ‏@gauravcsawant 1m1 minute ago
Terrorist attack in Kathua, J&K. Police station attacked by several terrorists. 1 cop killed. Hostages taken. Similar to 2013 Samba attack

Two killed in militant attack on J&K police station
* Two or three militants (of suicide sqaud) is suspected to be behind the attack.
* Station sentry and one more person has died in the initial attack itself.
* Three persons, including two civilians have been injured.

Latest: 3 CRPF jawans, 1 terrorist killed in Kathua terror attack
Nothing mentioned about the hostage situation. But the report says that the police station also has their staff quarters near by. But looks like the terrorists are inside the police station itself. I don't think in the wee hours of the morning, there would be many police personnel inside the station. Night patrol would be just getting over, and senior officers may have gone home for rest and the junior folks would be yet to report back at the PS. The station sentry & and perhaps a sentry for the lockup may be the only ones actually present at this point of time :(.

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Postby A_Gupta » 21 Mar 2015 20:31

https://in.newshub.org/burdwan-blasts-a ... 09194.html
Kolkata, March 21: Abdul Wahab Momim is the 18th person to be arrested in connection with the Burdhwan blasts case.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 22 Mar 2015 13:35

Nun Rape Case: Police detain two Bangladeshis on suspicion
The above news would have caused heart attacks amongst the "seculars, intellectuals" etc. A few Christian Bishops in Kerala, were really going over-board with their criticisms, and they too have started receiving strong responses. Once the role of the Bangladeshis have been identified clearly, the CBI (and the Central Govt.) should use it for a two prong attack. One, target the "secular" gang who tried to misuse this incident and second use it to inform the majority of Indians, the problem of illegal immigration from Bangladesh. And put the blame squarely on the ineffective West Bengal govt. (Didi and off course the commies who destroyed the place during the last 20-30 years).

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby uddu » 22 Mar 2015 14:03

Our response is very weak to any attacks on Indians.
1) This time the Pseudo secular brigade need to be given good beating left right and centre all across
2) Get all the terrorist organization operating from Bangladesh be shut down.
3) Punish the ISI
4) The creation of Baluchistan must be very near.
5) Utilize the incident to put pressure on the International community to isolate Pakistan and proclaim them as a terrorist nation and get as much as international support in the creation of Baluchistan.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby vishvak » 22 Mar 2015 20:06

So why are we not investigating the rabble-rousers, and releasing red corner notice via Interpol too, so that people who claim to have additional information about the crime i.e. rape of nun, must be asked to present evidence when it comes to investigation.

Reminds of rumours during riots in Gujarat wherein several claims were made about killing a pregnant women at national and international stages, but when it came to investigation then no one presented any evidence.

This time that crime has actually occurred, nothing can be taken lightly and everyone who has information and claims must be asked to come forth and help with investigation. Crime is not something that can be misused to spread rumours, for sure. Even the American President and the Pope needs to come forth with all information they posses, indirectly even, so the serious crime must be investigated properly.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Murugan » 22 Mar 2015 20:39

There is Operation Equal Blame and conspiracy behind attacks on Christians

http://www.sunday-guardian.com/news/ran ... LN.twitter

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby devesh » 22 Mar 2015 21:42

I think it's time for RSS and VHP and others to start openly making speeches and statements on attacks on Hindus by Christians and Muslims. It's time to do it. that's the only way to bring a counter-narrative to Hindus all across India and the world. You cannot let the Abrahamic imperialists carry on their propaganda war on a global scale without launching your own counter campaign which documents all the attacks, both violent and politico-cultural, on Hindus.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 23 Mar 2015 09:51

In the mean while in Karnataka. Two years back there was a case of the Anti Naxal Force shooting to death a cattle smuggler from the minority community. The constable who fired, was even believed to imprisoned in charges of murder. In that case a magisterial enquiry has just now got over.
Sringeri shootout: magisterial inquiry concludes
The Deputy Commissioner, in his report to the State government, said the firing was unintentional and circumstances prompted Naveen Naik, an ANF staff, to open fire. In the shootout, Kabir (24), a native of Krishnapura near Mangaluru, was killed. B.S. Shekharappa, Deputy Commissioner of Chikkamagaluru, said the check-post area was highly sensitive. “In the past, suspected Maoists had attacked the check-post, prompting the ANF to keep strong vigil there,” he said.

It is said that Kabir’s family had refused to cooperate with the inquiry.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby A_Gupta » 23 Mar 2015 21:07

I think this belongs here, pardon me if it doesn't.
http://twocircles.net/2015mar23/1427126 ... RA-X6Ond74
Army chief General Dalbir Singh on Monday said the national security environment has become a big challenging task due to its complexity and unpredictability.

He was speaking at the valedictory function of the Higher Defence Management Course-10 at the College of Defence Management in Secunderabad, the twin city of Hyderabad.

"Internally, our social and ethnic diversity makes us vulnerable to stocking of fissiparous tendencies which can debilitate the nation," he said.

According to a statement, the army chief said "our adversaries can threaten national security even without physically violating national boundaries with the help of non-state actors".

General Dalbir Singh also expressed concern over growing cyber and social media threats and cautioned all to be careful.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Muns » 24 Mar 2015 04:45

Hello Folks,

For a few months I've been trying to understand the death of the old Roman Religions and the rise of Christianity. This i feel not just applies to death of a old civilization, but the same themes and plan can be applied to India and their attack on Hindus today. 

In part 2, i'd like to link it directly to a Indian Context : 

For what its worth :

Christianity and the Death of Rome : 

http://sanchitakarma.blogspot.com/

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Paul » 24 Mar 2015 11:18

DeshGujarat @DeshGujarat · now 9 minutes ago
A pigeon with micro chip attached to its body captured by Coast Guard near ESSAR jetty in Jamnagar, Gujarat.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Atri » 24 Mar 2015 11:22

devesh wrote:I think it's time for RSS and VHP and others to start openly making speeches and statements on attacks on Hindus by Christians and Muslims. It's time to do it. that's the only way to bring a counter-narrative to Hindus all across India and the world. You cannot let the Abrahamic imperialists carry on their propaganda war on a global scale without launching your own counter campaign which documents all the attacks, both violent and politico-cultural, on Hindus.


they make all such speeches all the time for past 80 years saar.. MSM picks something when it is convenient. fear not.. :) PIF works in spite of publicity given by MSM:

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby A_Gupta » 28 Mar 2015 04:17

https://in.newshub.org/terror-kills-mor ... 36539.html
NEW DELHI: Violence in the 106 Naxal-affected districts of the country and militancy in Jammu & Kashmir may hog the limelight, but it's in the northeast that most die in terror attacks.

In 2014, due to various terror attacks while 193 people died in Kashmir and 372 in Naxal areas, 413 died in the northeast. Assam is the worst sufferer of human casualties in terror attacks among all Indian states. Comparatively, communal violence which has been a major concern in the past couple of years has claimed 95 lives.
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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chaanakya » 28 Mar 2015 14:59

xposted

Mizoram: Militants ambush MLA’s convoy, kills 3 policemen


Three policemen were killed and two others injured when militants opened fire on a convoy accompanying a group of MLAs near Mizoram’s northern border with Assam and Manipur.

MLAs R L Pianmawia, Lalawmpuii Chawngthu and Lalthanliana, all members of the committee on government assurances, were being accompanied by a team of police and several officials while they were visiting the area.
Related

Militants open fire on police camp in Mizoram
45-year-old man behind multiple blasts in Aizawl arrested
One more arrested in Aizawl bomb blast case

Police suspect the militants are cadres of the Hmar People’s Convention (Democrats) or HPCD, a group based in southern Manipur.

The ambush took place near Zokhawthiang (formerly known as Kani), a village close to the Tuiruang river that separates the three states, shortly after 8 am on Saturday, police sources said.

The area where the ambush took place has weak communications signals and more details are still being awaited, sources said.

Sakawrdai Sub-Divisional Police Officer Zarzoliana is being airlifted to Aizawl for emergency operation. He was shot in the abdomen. The dead policemen have been identified as Sakawrdai PS officer-in-charge Zaramthar, his driver Chuailova and Hmangaihmawia of the Mizoram Armed Police.

The police is looking into whether Malsawmkima, who was with the Mizoram Armed Police and who is believed to have run away with two rifles to join the HPCD last year, may have had a role in the ambush.

From an unconfirmed report, MLA RL Pianmawia put up his hands and called to the militants that they were surrendering. After this the militants stopped firing and rounded up all the policemen’s guns.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby pankajs » 31 Mar 2015 10:50

EconomicTimes ‏@EconomicTimes 2h2 hours ago

#JuMB’s target was Bangladesh government: #NIA http://ow.ly/L0HjY
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Two issues
1. Our land should not be used to target outside government.
2. What is directed outside for now can be turned right back on us.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 01 Apr 2015 02:58

So who was funding the madrasas to overthrow the Bangladesh govt?
And who were being trained?

I think its TMC and behind it massa to create Neo Bengal.

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LINK



JMB wanted to topple Bangladesh government: NIA chargesheet on
Burdwan blast




By PTI | 30 Mar, 2015, 09.33PM IST




How was JMB allowed to operate in three states of West Bengal, Assam, and Jharkhand?

Was IB sleeping on the job?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Anantha » 01 Apr 2015 04:24

ramana wrote:So who was funding the madrasas to overthrow the Bangladesh govt?
And who were being trained?

I think its TMC and behind it massa to create Neo Bengal.


All pointers lead to Mrs. Slick Willy
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JMB wanted to topple Bangladesh government: NIA chargesheet on
Burdwan blast




By PTI | 30 Mar, 2015, 09.33PM IST




How was JMB allowed to operate in three states of West Bengal, Assam, and Jharkhand?

Was IB sleeping on the job?

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby devesh » 02 Apr 2015 19:13

Bangladesh is virtually on the path to becoming another Islamic theocracy. I think what brihaspati ji has been saying for a while about BD becoming overtly Islamic/Jihadi is not too distant a prospect.

Also remember that Islamic overthrows and coups have a significant component of "internal" collaboration by institutions and organizational personnel within the pre-existing State itself.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby chaanakya » 02 Apr 2015 22:42

Not sure where to put it but it surely has huge implications for security of our educational institutions. needs to be beefed up.

At least 79 students, including 2 attackers, killed in Kenya's Garissa University attack

Kenya’s interior ministry said that at least 79 students and two of the gunmen who attacked a college in northeast Kenya have been killed.

In a statement on Twitter, the ministry said Thursday: “Two terrorists have been neutralised in the ongoing operation. Security agencies intensify rescue operation.”


Interior Minister Joseph Nkaissery said that most students at Garissa University College that was attacked by al-Shabab gunmen remain unaccounted for, more than 11 hours after the attack started.


Nkaissery said: “Garissa University college has a student population of 815 and about 60 members of teaching staff, as of now we are able to account for 292 students and all the staff.”



An unknown number of hostages are being held. Many students scattered when the attack began at 5:30 am


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Re: Internal Security Watch

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby member_22733 » 04 Apr 2015 06:42

Stone throwing was high intensity. This is "low" intensity. Hypocrites, each one of them.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby ramana » 05 Apr 2015 10:02

Three SIMI terrorists shot in Telangana. Related to Burdwan also.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Altair » 05 Apr 2015 20:16

ramana wrote:Three SIMI terrorists shot in Telangana. Related to Burdwan also.

Total of 5 SIMI terrorists escaped from MP prison. DIB informed joint task force of AP and TS that 2 other are still at large. A massive manhunt is in progress. MP state CID was in Hyderabad today to identify the bodies.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby yvijay » 05 Apr 2015 21:16

The two SIMI terrorists shot dead also partitcipated string of bank robberies across Telangana and AP. The cash from one of the robbery at a Karimnagar rural bank appeared at the Burdhwan blast site. Looks like well designed plan to loot banks to fund Jihadi activities.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Sachin » 06 Apr 2015 10:26

^^^ Are these suspected to be among the five which escaped from a prison in MP? Well in that case Karnataka Police may also be interested. They may have links to the Church Street blasts. Rajnath Singh who was in Bangalore some time back had also "reminded" Karnataka police to work faster on hunting down the escaped SIMI-ians, who were sighted at places like Yadgir.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Altair » 06 Apr 2015 13:04

Sachin wrote:^^^ Are these suspected to be among the five which escaped from a prison in MP? Well in that case Karnataka Police may also be interested. They may have links to the Church Street blasts. Rajnath Singh who was in Bangalore some time back had also "reminded" Karnataka police to work faster on hunting down the escaped SIMI-ians, who were sighted at places like Yadgir.

They have plot to assassinate NaMo as per tweetar.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby A_Gupta » 06 Apr 2015 16:19

http://zeenews.india.com/news/uttar-pra ... 74100.html
Lucknow: Intelligence agencies have alerted police in seven districts of Uttar Pradesh bordering Nepal after they received inputs about Maoist activities picking up on the border, an official said on Monday.

The state intelligence agencies have alerted police in Balrampur, Shrawasti, Pilibhit, Kheri, Bahraich, Siddhartnagar and Maharajganj districts.

District police chiefs have been asked to be on alert and coordinate with the Special Task Force, local intelligence unit and the Sashastra Seema Bal, the official told IANS.

Sources said the Maoist activities have picked up in the region and they might try infiltrate to India.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby RamaY » 06 Apr 2015 17:20

Sachin wrote:^^^ Are these suspected to be among the five which escaped from a prison in MP? Well in that case Karnataka Police may also be interested. They may have links to the Church Street blasts. Rajnath Singh who was in Bangalore some time back had also "reminded" Karnataka police to work faster on hunting down the escaped SIMI-ians, who were sighted at places like Yadgir.


Yes. Out of seven escaped, two were arrested and two killed in Telangana.

They were found in a bus going to Andhra Pradesh. Quite a few BJP centrla ministers are visiting AP these days.

When they were found in a bus check, there were three people and they killed two police officers in point blank. One is missing since then.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby A_Gupta » 07 Apr 2015 05:57

http://e-pao.net/GP.asp?src=19..070415.apr15
Government of India's interlocutor for Naga peace talks RN Ravi on Monday refuted claims that Government of India and NSCN (IM) would arrive at a final settlement within this year.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Altair » 07 Apr 2015 08:16

Pigs were hiding in Hazrat Khaja Dargah in Arvapalli,Nalgonda for two days.
8 state ATS are in Suryapet to get more info.
AP
TS
MP
MH
KA
TN
Delhi
UP
In all probability these pigs might be in Hyderabad. Many spots to hide in Old city, Mallepally, shadnagar etc..

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby yvijay » 07 Apr 2015 08:32

The thing I gleaned from this incident is that if police set mind on it, they can catch criminals very fast. Since one of their own were shot dead, they moved heaven and earth to find the jihadis. They deployed police teams from other districts, Octopus commandos, SIB and others and searched every nook and corner around Suryapet. And the intelligence they got were very correct. They first got information that they were hiding in Arvapalli hills and when they slipped from there and went around back roads they got that info also correct.
I should also commend the bravery of the ordinary police. It was one of the constable who jumped on the thugs which floored them and in turn gave chance to other police to shoot them dead.
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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 07 Apr 2015 08:39

Altair wrote:Pigs were hiding in Hazrat Khaja Dargah in Arvapalli,Nalgonda for two days.
8 state ATS are in Suryapet to get more info.
AP
TS
MP
MH
KA
TN
Delhi
UP
In all probability these pigs might be in Hyderabad. Many spots to hide in Old city, Mallepally, shadnagar etc..

^^ IIRC,it wont matter if there is a political will and there definitely is no lack of it in the central agencies atleast.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby yvijay » 07 Apr 2015 08:40

Sachin wrote:^^^ Are these suspected to be among the five which escaped from a prison in MP? Well in that case Karnataka Police may also be interested. They may have links to the Church Street blasts. Rajnath Singh who was in Bangalore some time back had also "reminded" Karnataka police to work faster on hunting down the escaped SIMI-ians, who were sighted at places like Yadgir.

Yes they are among the five escaped prisoners. Also, police suspect they are also involved in Modi's Patna rally bomb blast.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby kmkraoind » 07 Apr 2015 10:59

It seems 5 SIMI/ISI terrorists were gunned down in Telangana and 20 red sandal wood smugglers in Chittor dist of AP.

It seems KCR is using iron first when it comes to terrorists. If they are high operatives who can reveal juicy intel, I wish small time terrorists should be gunned down, rather than apprehending them (rather than feeding them with biryani and clogging our judiciary and jails).

Killing of police personnel by 2 terrorists (who were gunned down a few days back) has probably made TS police/KCR to comedown heavily on these scums.

Another encounter in Telangana state, 5 ISI terrorist killed - Sakshipost

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby SSridhar » 07 Apr 2015 11:19

TN appoints Coast Guard officer as its Coastal Security Group, CSG, commandant - The Hindu
In a first of its kind initiative, Tamil Nadu government has appointed a serving Indian Coast Guard officer as the Commandant for its Coastal Security Group (CSG).

Commandant Uday Kumar Choudhary will be the Commandant for State police’s CSG on deputation .

While Commandant Choudhary would serve for the first two years, Commandant Surojit Dey would take charge for the next two years, according to a GO by the Tamil Nadu government.

Commandant Choudhary took charge on Monday in the presence of Additional Director General of Police (CSG) C. Sylendra Badu.

The officer would look after patrolling in the sea in co-ordination with Indian Coast Guard and would be responsible for operation and maintenance of interceptor boats of the marine police of CSG. At present, there are 38 interceptor boats and 20 more state-of-the-art interceptor boars are to be acquired soon.

Commandant Choudhary has three years of experience in co-ordinating coastal security exercise/operation with Maharashtra Police .

“This is the first time that a Coast Guard commissioned serving officer is appointed in the marine police force in any of the coastal states of India,” a senior officer said.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby sum » 07 Apr 2015 11:22

kmkraoind wrote:It seems 5 SIMI/ISI terrorists were gunned down in Telangana and 20 red sandal wood smugglers in Chittor dist of AP.

It seems KCR is using iron first when it comes to terrorists. If they are high operatives who can reveal juicy intel, I wish small time terrorists should be gunned down, rather than apprehending them (rather than feeding them with biryani and clogging our judiciary and jails).

Killing of police personnel by 2 terrorists (who were gunned down a few days back) has probably made TS police/KCR to comedown heavily on these scums.

Another encounter in Telangana state, 5 ISI terrorist killed - Sakshipost

^^ Luckily happened in a "secular" state and so there will be radio silenece by MSM.

Else going by MSM narrative, one would believe Nelson Mandela type do-gooder has been gunned down by communal police led by a communal CM with the CM personally ordering the killing.

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Re: Internal Security Watch

Postby Aditya_V » 07 Apr 2015 11:48

I am PMK will be up in arms with 20 people from Vellore district killed in Seshachalam hills.


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