South Asia Intelligence Review (SAIR)
Saturday, December 03, 2016
Terrorism
India      Three infiltrators killed in Punjab
India      Civilian killed in cross-fire between militants and SFs in Jammu and Kashmir
India      BSF trooper hurt in sniper fire from across the border in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Naxalites' arson halts road revamp in Jharkhand
India      34 incidents of arson at schools across Kashmir reported since July 8, 2016, says report
Pakistan      22 suspects arrested in Sindh
India      Three persons arrested along with FICN in Haryana
Bangladesh      Two PBCP cadres arrested in Chuadanga District
India      Three JMB cadres brought to Assam for questioning
Nepal      Palpa youth to come out on indefinite strike
India      FICN worth INR 3,97,000 found at RBI
Nepal      Opposition demands withdrawal of amendment bill
India      2015 saw most number of terror attacks in India, according to GTI Report
Nepal      RPP to propose reinstatement of Nepal as Hindu nation, says RPP Chairperson Kamal Thapa
India      GNLA 'chief' trying to convert his black money into white, says Meghalaya Police
Bangladesh      Fugitive extremists arrested in India or other neighbouring countries would be brought back to country soon, says Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal
India      Will be in touch with India on JeM 'Chief' Masood Azhar ban issue, asserts China
Pakistan      SECP will conduct investigations against money laundering, fraud and terror financing, says SECP Chairman Zafar Hajazi
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