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Explosive revelations by former Army Chief Gen. V.K.

‘Agencies must inform Nepal before any op’

The Centre has asked all state and Central intelligence and security agencies to keep the “relevant authorities’’ in Nepal informed before carrying out any operation, including covert operations related to arrest, in their country.

Vanzara ready to nail Shah, but has terms

The CBI is beginning to tighten the noose around Amit Shah, the former Gujarat home minister and a close aide of chief minister Narendra Modi. Highly-placed CBI sources have revealed that controversial senior Gujarat police official D.G. Vanzara, who is currently under suspension, has told CBI interrogators that Mr Shah had personally cleared and supervised high-profile alleged fake encounters of Sohrabuddin Sheikh, Tulsiram Prajapati and Ishrat Jahan.

Govt may act tough if more riots erupt

With both Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi said to be extremely concerned about the recent communal carnage in Muzzafarnagar, the Centre will, in all probability, issue a

More forces rushed to LoC, border in J&K

Additional security forces, both BSF and Army, have been rushed to the Line of Control (LoC) and International Border in Kashmir following specific ground level reports and wireless intercepts of subversive elements revealing a sharp increase in the number militants holed up in the area waiting to cross over.

Intel warning in runup to polls

The IB has pointed out in its analysis the potential vulnerable areas and states that could witness a communal backlash.

IB warns of flareups in 13 states

Ahead of the crucial meeting of the National Integration Council scheduled for September 23 to discuss the contentious issue of communal riots, the Intelligence Bureau, in a classified report submitted to the Union home ministry and the Cabinet Secretariat on Monday, pointed out that at least 50 districts across 13 states are “highly prone and sensitive to communal riots in the runup to the Lok Sabha elections”.

ISI using strong base in Bangla

The ISI is using its strong base in Bangladesh as it is easier to push men and ammunition into India through the porous border, India’s most wanted terrorist Yasin Bhatkal has revealed.

Bhatkal says ISI drawing Naxals

In a sensational disclosure to his interrogators, India’s most wanted terrorist, Yasin Bhatkal, has revealed that Pakistan’s intelligence agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), is working on a multi-pronged strategy to spread terror in India and for this purpose is now trying to rope in Naxals as well.

Centre wants strict norms against riots

Taking a serious note of the recent communal clashes in Muzaffarn-agar and amid specific intelligence reports of such incidents spiralling in the months to come, the Cabinet Secretariat will soon write to all the states to formulate a new set of stringent guidelines to check cases of communal violence.

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