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India      Five Maoists and one trooper killed in Chhattisgarh
Pakistan      Policeman shot dead in Karachi
India      Top LeT militant killed in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Jawan injured in mine blast in Jammu and Kashmir
India      DC's residence attacked with petrol bombs in Manipur
India      PLFI attacked IOC pipeline laying site in Jharkhand
India      11 traders abducted by suspected militants in Meghalaya
India      Central Government extends ceasefire agreements with two factions of NDFB in Assam
Pakistan      Balochistan High Court issues arrest warrants against former President General (Retired) Pervez Musharraf
Pakistan      Another civil rights activist goes missing taking total of disappeared activist in country to five
Bangladesh      Prime Minister calls upon all to put up strong resistance against militancy and terrorism
Sri Lanka      HRW urges Government to adopt recommendations of CTF on including foreign judges in domestic mechanism
India      Chinese agencies helping North Eastern militants in Myanmar, says Assam ADGP L R Bishnoi
Pakistan      Sectarian outfits can't be equated with terror groups, says Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan
Nepal      Complaints are pouring in against LBRC report, says LBRC member Sunil Ranjan Singh

PLFI attacked IOC pipeline laying site in Jharkhand

Cadres of the People's Liberation Front of India (PLFI) attacked workers and set ablaze equipment at a pipeline laying site of Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) in Khunti District, on January 10, reports Business Standard. PLFI is a splinter group the Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist). Armed PLFI cadres arrived at the site near Karo River on Tapkara-Rania Road under Tapkarao outpost late last night, beat up some labourers and torched the equipment. Two tractors, a dumper, an earth moving machine, two generator sets and a jointer machine used by a Bengaluru-based company hired by IOC were set ablaze, Police said. Security Forces (SFs) have launched a search operation to track down the Naxals [Left Wing Extremists] (LWEs). Later, Director General of Police (DGP), D K Pandey, Deputy Inspector General (DIG), (Ranchi) R K Dhan and District Superintendent of Police (DSP), Ashwini Kumar Sinha went to the spot for inspection. Pandey told newsmen that the company did not inform the administration about the construction work nor sought any security. The DGP directed the Police to provide security to ensure completion of the work as well as other development works in Naxal-affected areas after he had a meeting with the District Armed Police, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and Intelligence officials. Pandey said that Naxal and extremist activities would be wiped out from the state in 2017.






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