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Separatist strike hits Kashmir Valley

Srinagar : A shutdown called by separatists affected life here and in the Kashmir Valley Thursday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi flew into Jammu and Kashmir.

Public buses went off the roads in Srinagar but private vehicles as well as autorickshaws continued to ply although in fewer numbers, residents and officials said.

Security was tight in this summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir as Modi prepared to reach the city after a visit to Siachen Glacier, the world's highest battlefield.

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Peace Mission team hopeful of normalcy at the Assam-Nagaland border

By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter,

Guwahati: A Joint Peace Mission Team comprising Church leaders of Assam and Nagaland, who have been constantly working to bring normalcy at the trouble torn Assam-Nagaland border met Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi to apprise him about the recent development.

Two Maharashtra youths planning to undergo jihad training held

Hyderabad : Hyderabad police Wednesday arrested two youths from Maharashtra who were allegedly planning to go to Afghanistan for jihad training.

Shah Mudassir alias Talha (25) and Shoeb Ahmed Khan alias Pusad Shoeb (24) were arrested in Secunderabad on their arrival.

Police seized mobile phones, literature on explosive formulae and jihad, pen drives, CDs containing militant training programmes, passports and other documents from them.

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Bengal blast: NIA custody of one extended, two sent to judicial remand

Kolkata : A city court Wednesday sent Hasem Molla to the NIA's custody till Oct 31, and two other key accused to judicial custody till Nov 5 over the Oct 2 explosion in West Bengal's Burdwan district.

Bangladeshi banned outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen is suspected to be involved in the blast.

The explosion in a house in Khagragarh area killed two suspected Jamaat militants - Shakil Gazi and Shobhan Mandal - and injured a third, Abdul Hakim. Six people including two women have been arrested.

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Workshop on national integration

By TCN News,

New Delhi: A two-day Training of Trainers (ToT) Workshop for social activists was organized at the Indian Social Institute here in the national capital from 13 to 14 October, 2014 on National Integration, Peace and Justice: Values of Communal Harmony and National Integration in India Today.

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US Federal court allows AJC, Gujarat victims to challenge US government’s ‘Suggestion of Immunity’ to Modi

By TCN News,

New York: A US federal judge has issues an order asking the American Justice Centre (AJC) to file, on behalf of the victims of 2002 Gujarat massacres, their response to the US government’s suggestion of “immunity” in the Alien Tort case against Indian premier Narendra Modi.

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Congress’ decline continues

By Dr Mohammad Manzoor Alam,

With the BJP’s convincing win in Haryana and Maharashtra assembly elections earlier this week, Congress’ steady decline has deepened further. There is an ominous signal in Maharashtra that forebodes a UP-Bihar like long-standing setback in the western state too.

US Federal Court allows AJC, Gujarat victims to challenge US Government's "Suggestion of Immunity" to PM Modi

By TCN News,

New York, USA: US Federal Judge Analisa Torres today issued an order asking the American Justice Center (AJC) to file, on behalf of the victims of 2002 Gujarat massacres, their response to the US Government's suggestion of immunity by November 4, 2014 in the Alien Tort case against PM Modi.

Blast in Bengal, three held

Kolkata : A bomb explosion took place in West Bengal's Birbhum district Wednesday, seriously injuring three people. Three people, including a woman, were held for the blast, police said.

The explosion took place inside a house in Kankartala in Birbhum district. The injured were admitted to the Asansol District Hospital in the neighbouring Burdwan district.

Police came to know about the incident after the hospital authorities informed them about the injured.

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Modi to have a busy Diwali visit to Srinagar

Srinagar : Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Diwali visit here Thursday to express solidarity with the flood affected people of Jammu and Kashmir will be packed with meetings, government sources said.

The prime minister is expected to land at the airport here around 1 p.m. Thursday. He will then go to the Raj Bhawan where he will meet members of flood-affected families, including women and children, from different parts of the Valley.

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