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9/13/2017

India      Five militants killed in Manipur
India      Two PLFI cadres killed in encounter in Jharkhand
India      Surrendered Maoist killed by Maoists in Chhattisgarh
India      Woman injured in Pakistan shelling at LoC in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Exchange of fire reported between NSCN-K-Assam Rifles in Nagaland
India      Police arrests two Maoists in Telangana
India      AKRSU organizes rally in Assam to seek separate state of Kamtapur and ST status for Koch-Rajbongsi
India      UK govt seizes assets owned by Dawood Ibrahim, says report
Sri Lanka      President signs Gazette Notification to operationalise OMP
Pakistan      Punjab Government refuses to let off JuD chief Hafiz Saeed
India      More SFs to be deployed in Maoist affected areas, says DGP in Odisha
Nepal      Government is preparing to put constitution amendment bill to vote in Parliament after local elections, says Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba
Bangladesh      Police began scanning security guards as militants are taking up jobs at security service companies, say Police officials
India      Kashmir unrest result of cross-border terrorism from Pakistan, India assert at UN
India      Rohingya refugees are a threat to national security, says Rajnath Singh







 
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Woman injured in Pakistan shelling at LoC in Jammu and Kashmir

One woman, identified as Rahmat Bi was injured as Pakistan army violated ceasefire on the Line of Control (LoC) in Nowshera sector of Rajouri District on September 12, reports Daily Excelsior. Official sources said Pakistani troops resorted to firing at Lambi, Patti and Pukharni forward areas of Nowshera sector at 5.30 am on September 12. A woman sleeping inside her house was hit by a bullet and injured. Indian troops retaliated the firing, leading to exchange that lasted half an hour.  

Meanwhile, uprooted from their homes after firing by Pakistan Army, people from border areas living in schools-turned-camps have demanded individual bunkers at their residences on September 11, adds Daily Excelsior. Over 5,000 people living in 23 hamlets along the LoC were forced to leave their houses in Nowshera sector of Rajouri District following heavy firing and shelling four months ago. Four civilians were killed and five others were injured in firing and shelling by Pakistani troops in different sectors of Rajouri in the recent past. The residents made the demand for individual bunkers to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on September 11 during his visit to one of the six camps set up in Nowshera by the Government. “Our first and foremost demand is that Government should set up individual bunkers in each of the border house, if we have to live again along the LoC. This is most and first demand of the LoC people,” Jangarh resident Prashtom Kumar said. Kumar, who is the president of Border Migrants Coordination Committee, conveyed the demand to Singh and said, “We need bunkers more than food. It serves as a bullet-proof jacket for us and our families.”

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