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The CRPF and state? police had been forewarned through intelligence inputs about a large Naxal assembly in the area Both on the ground and at the higher administrative and political levels lessons have obviously not been learnt from the attacks and the patterns to which they apparently hew The Centre and the state must not only investigate the outrage on Tuesday they must also deploy adequate force s rength to ensure a secure environment for the upcoming general elections The Sukma attack comes as a wake-up call at a time when the intensity of Maoist violence had appeared to be steadily declining That decline — arguably in the face of the twin strategy of wide-ranging joint security operations begun in 2009 by Central paramilitary and state police forces and developmental outreach — had been confirmed by an internal document of the CPI(Maoist) last year that acknowledged an erosion of manpower and munitions as well as ideological reach For the state as was underlined on Tuesday there can be no room for complacency There must be an urgent reassessment of the practices of security personnel on the ground and they must be educated anew about the inviolability of SOPs At the same time despite the temptations of the election season political point-scoring must be avoided The Maoists will continue their guerrilla war as long as the state’s writ is not firmly re-established in the affected districts They will not bid for peace until they find themselves completely outmanoeuvred and unable to sustain their fight There can be no relenting in the project of reclaiming the physical space from the Maoists and restoring normalcy to people’s everyday lives For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMaiduguri: Two female suicide bombers killed at least 58 at a camp for people made homeless by Boko Haram’s Islamist insurgency in northeast Nigeria emergency services said on Wednesday in the latest violence to hit the remote region The attack happened in Dikwa some 90 kilometres (55 miles) from the Borno state capital Maiduguri on Tuesday morning and is believed to be a reprisal for a military strike on Boko Haram strongholds in the area last week It will again raise security fears about the safety of internally displaced people (IDPs) and put pressure on the government which maintains it has the upper hand against the insurgents and is pushing for the return of civilians caught up in the violence Rescue workers transport a victim of suicide bomb attack at a refugee camp AP Nigeria’s Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo deputising for President Muhammadu Buhari who has been on holiday described it as "regrettable that the heartless terrorists chose to unleash their wickedness on people who were taking refuge from previous acts of destruction in their homes" He promised those behind the attack would be hunted down and ordered that "formidable security in and around the IDP camps in the country be beefed up and renewed measures put in place to guard against future occurrences" The head of the Borno State Emergency Management Agency Satomi Ahmed earlier told AFP 35 bodies were recovered from the camp which houses some 53600 people with 78 injured He later said the other dead had been buried locally leading to the revised toll "From what we gathered three female suicide bombers disguised as IDPs arrived at IDP camp at about 6:30 am (0530 GMT)" he said "Two of them detonated their explosives The third one refused to set off hers when she realised her parents and siblings were in the camp She surrendered herself to the authorities" Ahmed said the woman told the military why she refused to detonate her explosives and warned them of further attacks to come in the remote region The injured were taken to the Borno State Specialist Hospital and the Umaru Shehu Hospital both in Maiduguri for treatment he added The camp in Dikwa is currently home to people from six local government areas in Borno: Dikwa itself Gamboru Ngala on the border with Cameroon and the towns of Marte Kalabalge Bama and Mafa Revenge Last week the Nigerian military attacked three villages considered Boko Haram strongholds near Kalabalge killing dozens of militant fighters and rescuing hundreds of women The women were largely from the Shuwa Arab tribe who had been kidnapped prompting the authorities to suspect the latest attack to be revenge for the military operation Boko Haram which has increasingly used suicide and bomb attacks as the military pushes them out of territories it once controlled has hit IDP camps before On September 11 last year seven people were killed when an improvised explosive device went off at the Malkohi camp near Yola in neighbouring Adamawa state The camp had been used to house kidnapped women and children rescued by the military IDPs fleeing Dikwa were also the target of a female suicide bomber as they tried to reach camps in Maiduguri on 22 November last year A woman disguised as an IDP blew herself up killing eight On 31 January at least 85 people were killed in Dalori some 12 kilometres from Maiduguri when Boko Haram fighters attacked and burned down surrounding villagers Suicide bombers tried to get into the IDP camp which is the largest around Maiduguri but were prevented The Boko Haram insurgency has left at least 17000 people dead and forced more than 26 million from their homes in nearly seven years of violence that has also spread to neighbouring countries At least six civilians were killed and more than 30 injured on Wednesday in a double suicide attack in the village of Nguetchewe in northern Cameroon AFP Jammu: Congress on Monday termed Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ initiative as a "fallacy" with no correspondent development in the field of defence tax regime and the price of essential commodities in its one-year regime "One of the biggest ‘Make in India’ failures is the multi-billion dollar Rafale Fighter Jet deal that the Prime Minister signed with French Government The new deal now seems to be promoting ‘make in France’ rather than make in India" Congress spokesperson Meem Afzal told reporters here Representational image PTI He alleged that the deal negotiated for over three years through a transparent bidding process by the UPA government envisaged sale of only 18 Rafale fighter aircrafts from France and production of the remaining 108 aircrafts by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) through the transfer of technology agreement "Modi government bypassed the established defense procurement procedure and defense acquisition council to unilaterally order 36 Rafale fighter aircrafts from France with no clarity on the transfer of technology or their production in India by HAL" Afzal said The spokesperson said that the Modi government had pitched Make in India initiative at every opportune moment but has done nothing to address the challenges of building global competitiveness in manufacturing demands restructuring of the inverted tax structure levelling the high cost of inputs and resolving the crucial logistics issues "Exports have actually reduced to USD 2388 billion in January 2015 as against USD 2689 billion a year earlier Agricultural exports of wheat rice and corn also have seen a drop of nearly 29 per cent in 2014-15 ie equivalent to 135 lakh tons Export of other commodities like tea coffee tobacco spices etc has recorded a negative growth" he said Afzal also criticised the Modi government on the recent successive hikes of petrol prices on May 1 and 15 "Government has made a whopping Rs 90000 crore from the hike in petroleum prices and this benefit directly goes to the oil companies as we continue to maintain that this is a government of the corporate" he said He said that the Congress had laid a solid economic foundation of the country and despite the global recession India witnessed an upward trend in the ten year rule of the UPA "From 2004-2014 Indian economy grew at an astounding average of 76 per cent per capita income rose to three fold from Rs 24143 in 2004 to Rs 68747 in 2012 Industry grew at 77 per cent service sector at 95 per cent and agriculture at 41 per cent" he said He said that in the past one year of the Narendra Modi government even the corporate has started losing its confidence in the government "The rural economy and population is in severe distress the rail freight hike will impact the railway industries and the rural economy" he said He added that the price of essential commodities continue to be high and the common people were feeling the heat PTI New Delhi: Twenty-three Indians have so far joined the Islamic State of which six were reportedly killed even as it emerged that the dreaded terror outfit considered South Asian Muslims including Indians inferior to Arab fighters in the conflict zone of Iraq and Syria According to an intelligence report prepared by foreign agencies and shared with Indian agencies fighters from India Pakistan Bangladesh as well as certain countries like Nigeria and Sudan are considered not good enough by IS and often tricked into suicide attacks Representational image Reuters The report said that a total of 23 Indians have so far joined the IS of which six were reportedly killed in different incidents The dead were identified as Athif Vaseem Mohammad (Adilabad Telangana) Mohammad Umar Subhan (Bangalore Karnataka) Maulana Abdul Kadir Sultan Armar (Bhatkal Karnataka) Saheem Farooque Tanki (Thane Maharashtra) Faiz Masood (Bangalore Karnataka) and Mohammad Sajid alias Bada Sajid (Azamgarh Uttar Pradesh) The intelligence report suggests that there is a disproportionately high level of casualties among the South Asian and African foreign terrorist fighters since they are forced to the frontlines of battle as foot soldiers The Arab fighters with better battle experience are mostly positioned behind these fighters and hence their casualties are proportionally less in terms of their total numbers This explains why so many Indians from a small Indian contingent have died it says There appears to be clear hierarchy wherein the Arab fighters are preferred as officer cadre and provided better arms and ammunition equipment accommodation and salaries "The fighters from South Asia are usually housed in groups in small barracks and are paid less than the Arab fighters and are provided inferior equipment" the input says There are reports that the so-called inferior fighters are also at times tricked into suicide attacks Usually they are given a vehicle loaded with explosives and asked to go near a targeted destination and call a certain number who would purportedly come and meet them to explain the mission However as soon as the number is dialled the car explodes due to a pre-set mechanism aimed at destroying a specific target The intelligence report says there is information that foreign fighters of Chinese Indian Nigerian and Pakistani origin are housed together and are monitored closely by the IS Police Incidentally only Tunisian Palestinian Saudi Arabian Iraqi and Syrian are allowed to be in the IS Police force which is barred for fighters of all other nationalities Hence there is a clear trust deficit between the dominant Arab fighters from other nationalities who are mostly attracted to IS through its sophisticated propaganda techniques on the Internet So on the other side who is fighting the Islamic State AFP brings you the lowdown after operations by warplanes from France’s Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier were launched on Monday: Syrian and Iraqi armies – SYRIA: The Syrian army numbered 178000 troops in 2015 according to the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) Syria’s army has been roughly halved from its pre-war strength by deaths defections and increased draft dodging In its fight against rebels and jihadists it relies on militias which boast 150000 to 200000 members – IRAQ: The army counts 177600 men according to the IISS After the US invasion in 2003 the Americans dissolved the army which was then 450000 strong and rebuilt a new force which collapsed in June 2014 faced with the IS Washington and its allies then sought to train the Iraqi army and the government to restructure it Since September it has had at its disposal American F-16 fighter jets It depends on Shiite militias notably the Popular Mobilisation units (Hashed al-Shaabi) and Sunni tribes Kurdish forces and rebel militias – Kurds have defended their own territory from the IS backed by raids by the US-led coalition with Syria’s Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) in the north and northeastern Syria and peshmerga in northern Iraq – In Syria after the failure of a plan to train rebels Washington has offered support since October 12 to a coalition of Kurdish militia and rebel groups: the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) an alliance between the powerful YPG and other Syrian rebel groups – Elsewhere in Syria the armed opposition is fractured between a variety of moderate and Islamist rebel groups including the powerful Ahrar al-Sham faction in north and northwestern Syria the Army of Islam near Damascus and the Southern Front in Daraa province Some of those forces have at times allied with Al-Qaeda affiliate Al-Nusra Front which is in turn a rival of IS Foreign forces – A US-led international coalition has been conducting air strikes in Iraq since September 2014 at Baghdad’s request and in Syria where it has so far refused to collaborate with the Damascus authorities The coalition comprises around 60 countries including Britain France Syria’s Arab neighbours and Turkey as well as since late September Tunisia Malaysia and Nigeria It has ruled out any boots on the ground but has sent in soldiers to train Iraqi troops Less than a dozen of the countries actually carry out air strikes which have totalled 8200 over the past year and of which the US has carried out four fifths Five countries — the US France Canada Australia and Jordan — are taking part in air strikes in both Syria and Iraq Others are taking part in strikes in Syria but not Iraq: Saudi Arabia Bahrain United Arab Emirates and Turkey or in Iraq but not Syria: Denmark the Netherlands and Britain Washington whose aircraft carrier USS Harry S Truman is expected in the Mediterranean has sent 3500 soldiers to Iraq and will deploy in Syria some 50 soldiers from its special forces They do not take part in ground combat except for one-off operations FRANCE: is stepping up its air strikes in Syria after the November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris claimed by the IS It has mobilised 3500 soldiers and deployed in the eastern Mediterranean its aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle more than doubling its strike capacity TURKEY: launched its first air strikes with the coalition on August 28 and authorised the US to use its strategic base at Incirlik RUSSIA: An ally of the Damascus regime Moscow launched air strikes on September 30 in Syria after boosting its military presence over the summer and is building an air base near the northwestern coastal town of Latakia Its fleet in the Caspian Sea is also firing cruise missiles Moscow which is calling for a "large anti-terrorist coalition" has according to the Russian press sent up to 2000 soldiers Accused by the Americans and their allies of targeting the opposition to Damascus rather than the IS Moscow has stepped up attacks on the jihadists since the Paris attacks and the downing of a Russian plane over Egypt’s Sinai though it continues to strike other groups too Russia Iran Syria and Iraq have been coordinating intelligence since September IRAN: The Shiite power backs the regimes of Damascus and Baghdad and has committed its elite troops the Revolutionary Guards in Syria with some 7000 soldiers and also in Iraq LEBANON: The powerful Shiite militia Hezbollah has committed between 5000 and 8000 fighters to Syria where it is fighting alongside the army AGENCIES UK, 2017 2:11 am Top News A 36-year-old bank manager with a private bank did not anticipate how fast an argument over loud music would escalate — and end in three gunshots.HDFC employee Priyatosh and his friend were sitting inside his Hyundai Verna car near a tea stall in west Delhi’s Hari Nagar when two men on a scooter asked them to lower the volume They got into a heated argument following which the men on the scooter called their friends who allegedly thrashed the two men before firing three gunshots all of which missed Police said an FIR has been filed at Hari Nagar Police Station and the accused are absconding Priyatosh told police in his complaint that he had gone to meet his friend Rahul Singh near Sagarpur bus stand around 11 pm on December 6 “They were sitting in their car at a tea stall and were playing music At one point two men on a scooter next to their vehicle asked them to lower the volume” police said quoting from the complainant’s statement The complainant alleged that they started abusing them following which Rahul came out of the car “They entered into a heated argument which later turned into a scuffle One of them claimed he is a local gangster and will teach them a lesson He then allegedly made a call and three of his friends landed there in minutes They allegedly grabbed the men and started thrashing them One of them whipped out a pistol and opened fire” police said quoting from the complainant’s statement Police said all three shots missed the two men “On hearing the gunshots local residents rushed to the spot while the accused fled” an officer said DCP (west) Vijay Kumar said “We have registered an FIR under sections 307 (attempt to murder) and 34 of the IPC and several sections of the Arms Act” While the complainant alleged that there were two men on the scooter DCP Kumar said there was just one man who was allegedly slapped by the complainant This prompted him to call his accomplices one of whom opened fire Kumar said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Updated: September 21 2014 10:24 am BJP leaders at a meeting in Mumbai Saturday ( Source: Express photo by Kevin DSouza ) Related News A day after they resumed seat-sharing talks for the October 15 Assembly polls in Maharashtra the fate of the saffron alliance continued to be uncertain on Saturday with the BJP rejecting the Shiv Sena’s offer of 126 seats and proposing its own formula of 144 seats for Sena 126 for BJP alone and 18 seats for smaller allies In its proposal earlier in the day the Sena had sought 155 seats for itself while asking BJP to accommodate smaller allies like Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana Republican Party of India Rashtriya Samaj Party and Shiv Sangram within its quota of 126 seats The Sena’s proposal on Saturday was conveyed by its leader Subash Desai to state BJP president Devendra Fadnavis at a meeting held at the residence of BJP national secretary Poonam Mahajan in Mumbai Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray had also sent his son Aditya Thackeray last night along with Desai to meet BJP’s Maharashtra election incharge O P Mathur The proposal was discussed on Saturday by the state BJP core committee members who held two rounds of meetings BJP’s Maharashtra election incharge O P Mathur and party general secretary incharge of the state Rajiv Pratap Rudy were also present Senior state BJP leader Vinod Tawde said “The Sena said they would contest 155 seats and gave us 126 seats If we set aside nine seats for our smaller allies it leaves us with just 117 seats” In the 2009 state polls the Sena contested 169 seats while the BJP fought 119 BJP’s latest proposal was made by Fadnavis when he went to meet Uddhav at Matoshree late Saturday night “I have urged the Sena to consider the new formula and conveyed to them that it was not possible for the BJP to consider their proposal which does not take into account our demand for more seats” Fadnavis said as he emerged out of the hour-long meeting Meanwhile BJP has directed its district units to send the list of probable candidates in the 169 seats which were contested by the Sena in 2009 Tawde however maintained that BJP president Amit Shah wanted the alliance to continue BJP’s central parliamentary board is scheduled to take place in Delhi on Sunday A meeting between Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take a formal decision is also expected For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related Newswhile Kang did not file his nomination, Members of the committee will be chosen by the respective judicial bodies, about 360 kilometers (225 miles) northwest of Baghdad,I enjoy the new look, For all the latest Ahmedabad News, family court that have approximately 10, The three accused are API Sunil Khatpe.
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