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Pakistan      Five militants and a soldier killed in FATA
Pakistan      DIG among three Policemen killed in a suicide attack in Balochistan
India      Policeman shot at and injured in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Pakistan violates CFA in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Maoist explosives recovered in Chhattisgarh
India      Five militants arrested in Meghalaya
India      Indian origin woman among three persons arrested for supporting IS in Singapore
India      Trial in first IS-related case in Kerala begins
India      NIA questions two suspected IS sympathisers in Tamil Nadu
Sri Lanka      No war hero will be subject to foreign tribunals, says President Maithripala Sirisena
Bangladesh      Militants are trying to reorganize, says IGP AKM Shahidul Hoque
India      Nothing wrong in raising demand for Khalistan, says SGPC president Kirpal Singh Badungar
India      Draft MoS between HPC-D and Mizoram Government approved by apex Hmar body
Nepal      CPN-Maoist Center expels rival candidates

Policeman shot at and injured in Jammu and Kashmir

Militants on November 9 shot at and injured a Special Police Officer (SPO) attached with Traffic Police near the office of Deputy Commissioner Anantnag in Anantnag District, reports Daily Excelsior. The policeman was shot while he was on his routine duties.

Separately, personnel of Army’s 62-Rashtriya Rifles (RR), 3 RR, Shopian Police along with Special Operations Group (SOG) of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) Police and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) on November 9 launched cordon and search operation in 13 villages of Shopian District to flush out militants, reports Daily Excelsior. The Security Forces (SFs) cordoned off Kadgam, Barbugh, Chiterwich, Imamsahab, Hillow, Manihel, Amarbugh, Badimarg, Yamrch, Munad, Gofan, Woyen and D K Pora villages in Shopian district and conducted house to house searches and were looking for militants at suspected places. However, no one was arrested during the operation. It was first such major operation in the district in 2017 after the SFs launched Operation All Out in Kashmir against militants. Sources said that the operation was launched to prevent militants from attacking the political workers, SF personnel and their families.

Also, Police on November 9 arrested an Over Ground Worker of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (HM), identified as Showkat Ahmad Lone, resident of Charsoo, in Kulgam District, Daily Excelsior reports. “One pistol, pistol magazine and 4 pistol rounds were recovered from his possession”, an unnamed Police spokesman said. He also said that HM’s ‘operational chief’ Riyaz Naikoo had provided weapons to some OGWs for carrying out subversive activities in District Kulgam. “These OGW’s were roaming in the area from one place to another to seek a chance to attack on police security personnel”, he said. He further said that acting on this information, Kulgam Police launched a manhunt and arrested one of them, adding, “More arrests are expected in coming days.”

Meanwhile, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on November 10 (today) that stone pelting in Kashmir has come down "to some extent", Times of India reports. He that combined efforts of the Indian Army, Border Security Force (BSF), CRPF, and the J&K Police has helped. "Solution to this can't be achieved overnight. Government, intelligence agencies, state administration all are making efforts. Will be successful if things go in this direction, can say this with belief," he added.






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