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A brief report on the recent ‘encounter killings’ in Orissa PDF Print E-mail
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Beginning with the last week of December 2010, there has been a series of ‘encounters’, in which over twenty five people, allegedly Maoists, have been killed in Orissa. Except a few, the victims were Adivasis, 10 of them women including one minor girl. During the same period the Maoists too have killed three people in three separate incidents. In another gruesome act a woman and her four-year-old son were killed. In this case, the police blamed the Maoists and the Maoists blamed the police for the act.

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Arrested ISI agent Sudhakar names ‘moles’ in Army PDF Print E-mail
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Patna/Rajkot:   Suspected ISI agent Sushanshu Sudhakar, who was arrested from Patna on Tuesday, has confessed to the police that a serving Army sepoy posted at EME Centre, Secunderabad and a retired Armyman in J&K were his “prime source of information”. “We will contact Army headquarters to verify the names and their alleged links with Sudhakar. Revealing identities of the Armymen named by him would not be proper at this stage of investigation,” a police officer said.

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Poisoned Hooch Kills 18, Dozens More Hospitalized In UP PDF Print E-mail
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Gandhi and MallyaLucknow, India (Sep 11, 2009) - According to health officials at least 18 people have died after drinking liquor that was contaminated. Reportedly the deaths all occurred in the Saharanpur district located in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The deaths started occurring on Tuesday with three more perishing on Friday. Authorities say most of the deceased bought the country made hooch in the Deoband area.

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Maharashtra move against fake Human rights NGOS PDF Print E-mail
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Mumbai: Alarmed at the increasing number of fake non-government organisations (NGOs) extorting money from innocent people in the name of human rights, the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission (MSHRC) has asked the state government to take stringent action against such fake NGOs. The commission observed that many such fake organisations had cropped up.
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Canadian drug don leads cops to India's largest meth factory PDF Print E-mail
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The arrest of a Canadian drug don has led police to India’s biggest meth factory, which was supplying party drugs to an international crime syndicate. The racket came to light following the arrest of Xie Jing Feng alias Richard, a Canadian citizen of Chinese origin, Indian police said. He was tracked and detained at a hotel in Vadodara, Gujarat last November 21 by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) detectives, led by Ahmedabad Zonal Director Ayush Mani Tiwari. Two Malaysians of Indian origin were also arrested at the same time and police seized 1.5 kilos of methamphetamine. They were identified as Ravindran Karpaya and Gunashekharan Pillay.

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