South Asia Intelligence Review (SAIR)
Monday, October 16, 2017
Terrorism
Pakistan      Four FC personnel killed in IED blast in FATA
India      Former Maoist injured in an attack by Maoists in Bihar
India      Pakistan violates CFA along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Four Maoists arrested along with weapons in Chhattisgarh
India      Four Maoists arrested in Odisha
India      Four State Government officials arrested in Nagaland for their involvement in collecting 'tax' on behalf of NSCN-K
Bangladesh      JeI leader arrested with arms in Rajshahi District
India      NSCN-K militant arrested in Arunachal Pradesh
Pakistan      Punjab Government s drops terrorism charges against JuD chief Hafiz Saeed
India      Kiren Rijiju asserts protecting indigenous rights of Arunachal Pradesh residents
India      No change in territorial boundary of North-eastern States due to Naga talks outcome, R N Ravi
India      Normalcy disturbed during total shutdown call by rebel groups against the annexation of Manipur
India      Maoists acknowledge 'setback' as violence falls 53 per cent in six years
India      Indigenous Muslims want to be included as original inhabitants in Assam
Nepal      Parliament dissolved a day before candidates file nomination for House of Representatives elections
Sri Lanka      President invites black flags waving protesters for discussions
India      Meghalaya Government to keep strict vigil on ULFA-I-GNLA activities ahead of upcoming State Assembly Elections
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