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4/21/2017

India      Five Maoists arrested in separate incidents in Bihar
India      Four NSCN-R militants arrested in Nagaland
India      Three BDFM militants arrested in Mizoram
India      Two militants arrested in Manipur
India      Terror suspect arrested from Jalandhar in Punjab
India      NDFB-IKS linkman arrested in Assam
Nepal      Madhesi lawmakers boycott Parliament meeting
India      PLFI calls for State wide bandh in Jharkhand
India      NIA court issues non-bailable warrant against Zakir Naik
India      India requests US for extradition of 26/11 Mumbai attacks accused David Headley
India      Central Government to review peace pact with two militant groups of Meghalaya, says Home Ministry senior official
India      Establishment of 'communist society' in Manipur is our 'ultimate goal', says MCPM founder leader Chiranglen Sapamcha
Pakistan      Big companies set to continue paying the 'Super Tax' to fund war against terror
Sri Lanka      Ready to abolish or prune down powers of Executive Presidency, says President Maithripala Sirisena
Sri Lanka      TULF General Secretary urges President to take immediate measures to release all private lands in North and East
Nepal      TRC member urges Secretariat to call immediate meeting







 
India
Two militants arrested in Manipur

Two militants of Kangleipak Communist Party- Tamnganba fraction (KCP -Tamnganba), identified as Taorem Jamesh Khuman alias Nongdamba (24) and Thounaojam Surjit alias Mamo (34), were arrested by Security Forces (SFs) at Wangjing near Canteen Lampak under Thoubal Police Station in Thoubal District on April 20, reports E-Pao. One 9 mm pistol with four live rounds of bullets, four mobile phones and a wallet containing INR 1570 were also recovered from the arrested militants. 

Separately, the Supreme Court (SC), on April 20, asked the Union Government and State Government to suggest five names each of officials, ex-officials whom they deem fit are suitable for Special Investigating Team (SIT) to be constituted to investigate into the killings in which judicial inquiries have been conducted, reports The Sangai Express. The Supreme Court was said that operations against militants or insurgents may be affected if First Information Reports (FIRs) are lodged against the Army. The Army also told the apex Court that it cannot be subjected to FIRs for carrying out anti-militancy operations in insurgency-prone areas like Jammu and Kashmir and Manipur, while alleging local bias in the judicial inquiries conducted against it in these regions, which have tarnished its image.

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