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8/12/2017

India      Woman killed in ceasefire violation by Pakistan army in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Soldier injured as militants attack army camp in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Grenade recovered in Assam
India      SFs arrest five Maoists in Chhattisgarh
Bangladesh      ICS leader arrested in Bagerhat District
Bangladesh      ABT militant arrested in Jhenaidah District
India      Maoist Rupesh produced before court in Tamil Nadu
India      NIA files charge sheet against Islamic State-linked Kerala man for waging war
India      'Shadow intelligence officers' to track high-value Maoists
India      Tribal Chiefs in Meghalaya want constitutional provisions that are similar to Jammu and Kashmir's Article 370
India      MNF opposes Citizenship Amendment Bill
Nepal      RJPN agrees to take part in third phase of local level polls after ruling parties agreed to put constitution amendment bill to vote
India      Islamic State (ISIS) 'outsources' terror attacks to Pakistan-based outfits, says UN report
India      Arrested pro-Khalistanis had armed militants for political killings in Punjab, says Police source
Bangladesh      CTTC is getting robots for anti-militant drives, says CTTC Additional Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Sanowar Hossain







 
Bangladesh
CTTC is getting robots for anti-militant drives, says CTTC Additional Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Sanowar Hossain

Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) Additional Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Sanowar Hossain said CTTC is getting robots for anti-militant drives, reports Dhaka Tribune on August 11. He said “We have been using people instead of bomb disposal robots which were very risky. The robots will be controllable at a safe distance from the operation sites. They can move swiftly on land and waterways, and can blast open the entrances of locked or barricaded militant hideouts. The robots can send instant pictures of 360-degree views of the hideout. After getting all the information from the robots, the main CTTC team will begin the operation. The robots will be imported from the United States at an estimated cost of BDT 1 crore, and will lead from the front of the CTTC team during anti-militant operations. The procedure of procurement has already begun.”

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