South Asia Intelligence Review (SAIR)
Wednesday, September 02, 2015
Terrorism
Pakistan      12 persons killed in separate incidents in FATA
Nepal      Five demonstrators killed in Police firing during violent clashes in Bara and Parsa Districts
India      Three protestors killed in Manipur
Pakistan      Three militants killed in Balochistan
Pakistan      Three militants killed in Police encounter in Punjab
Pakistan      Two TTP militants killed in encounter in Karachi
Bangladesh      Anti-terrorism committee President killed in Lakshmipur District
Pakistan      Civilian shot dead in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India      Dead body recovered in Nagaland
India      Six Maoists arrested in Chhattisgarh
Pakistan      SSGC Deputy Managing Director arrested for funding militants
India      NIA arrests LeT operative who arranged transportation for Mohammad Naved Yakub within Jammu and Kashmir
India      Masarat Alam re-arrested soon after his release from high security jail in Jammu and Kashmir
India      NDFB-IKS militant arrested in Assam
India      Hardcore Maoist and 125 Maoist 'supporters' surrender in Odisha
India      There are few noisy people in Kashmir who speak about Pakistan but silent majority is with India, says Tiger Division GOC Major General Sanjeev Narain
Sri Lanka      Sri Lanka's NPC unanimously calls for an international tribunal
India      Three anti-Naxal squads for Karnataka
India      Assam Police struggle to check inflow of FICN, says report
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