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Two persons were killed and five others injured on Saturday when police opened fire on demonstrator who were protesting against the alleged misbehaviour by the men in uniform against women during a search operation in Bihar's Aurangabad district.
Kulgam district of Kashmir during protests against Israeli aggression in Gaza Strip. "One youth was killed while another was injured in a firing incident in Qaimoh area of Kulgam," an official at district Police Control Room said. The deceased youth
BJP MLA Gyandeo Ahuja sought attention of the Speaker and said that nearly 100 people who had gone to the pilgrimage to Amarnath from Ajmer were trapped and 30-35 of them were also injured. He also informed that he has asked Chief Minister Vasundhara
Central Reserve Police Force) and district force from restive Koranda forests under Benoor police station limits, Narayanpur Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) O P Sharma told PTI. Benoor region, around 350 kms away from the state capital this
The Union home ministry has asked state governments to "target" top leaders of CPI (Maoist), seeking to step up its intended offensive against Left-wing extremism amid concern that not a single extremist has been neutralised since Narendra Modi-led
Jharkhand was killed in an encounter with Maoists on Bihar border on Friday morning, barely a week after Union home minister Rajnath Singh asked security forces to scale up anit-rebel operations...The 43-year-old was leading a team to Lakhari forest
Friday during an anti-Naxal operation in Jharkhand's Giridih district...The officer later succumbed to his injuries.No other injuries have been inflicted on the forces side, a senior officer said. During the operation, two Naxalites have been held
Garo tribal militants in North Garo Hills district in Meghalaya today, police said. A commando was shot in the chest, while the other in the leg when they were on a routine operation at Soinang area to flush out militants hiding in the district in
Since the past week, the banned rebel outfit has ordered rural teachers to keep at least 400 schools closed, a figure claimed by villagers and contested by the administration...So, as rural schools stay closed, poor children don't get midday meals...
Chodi Erama (30), a tribal farmer of Chintagufa village in Sukma district of south Chhattisgarh, is confused and worried these days. Mr. Erama and others in his village say they are deeply troubled by the daily atrocities committed by the Central