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Note warning ISIS attack found inside toilet of Chhatrpati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, security tightened

A note was found inside a toilet at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport warning an ISIS attack on the cargo area on Republic Day next year.Soon after the discovery, as a precautionary measure, the security personnel evacuated those working inside the cargo division of the airport.The message that was scribbled inside the toilet room said that the dreaded terror group ISIS would blow up the area on Republic Day next year.The security agencies which have taken charge of the premises and are probing the matter. The Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad (BDDS) has also been summoned to scan for any explosive amongst the tons of cargo parcels lying there.The security agencies are not ruling out any possibility on the scribbled messages though they are also looking into the messages possibly being the handiwork of pranksters.The situation is reminiscent of a similar threat message found scribbled on airport toilet wall in January 2015 on two occasions, warning of an ISIS attack on Republic Day.The sources in the security agencies claim that since the arrival terminals are used by a host of people including fliers, airport staff and airline crew, it was difficult to spot the culprit.The Mumbai airport has a high level of security following multiple terror alerts. Interestingly, the multiple intelligence input reported that the attack could take place by a smaller air strip.Juhu airport which is at stone’s throw away from CSIA has smaller strip and therefore could possibly be used to launch an attack on CSIA.
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WATCH Vadodara shocker: BJP corporator tied to a tree, assaulted by angry slum-dwellers after their homes were razed

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Angry residents of a municipal ward here today tied a BJP corporator to a tree and beat him up for “failing” to prevent demolition of their slum in May by the Vadodara Municipal Corporation (VMC).In a video of the incident that went viral, the corporator, with his clothes torn, was seen tied to a tree in Bapod area and pleading with the people gathered around him that he had no knowledge about the civic body’s decision to raze the slum.”This land belongs to the Collector (state government) and he is the one who passes an order. I am a small councillor. I have no idea about the decision taken by the municipal commissioner (regarding demolition),” the corporator,identified as Hasmukh Patel, was heard saying in Gujarati.Patel represents Bapod (Ward number 5).The corporator was later rescued by a team of police officers that rushed to the area and took him to a nearby hospital for treatment.Police have confirmed that Patel was thrashed.City Police Commissioner Manoj Sashidhar said 66 people were arrested in connection with the case and further investigation is on.”When Hasmukh Patel was taking a round of his ward, around 20 people protested against him over a demolition carried out some months ago. They took him to a nearby area and tied him to a tree and beat him up,” Sashidhar said.The residents of the slum that was located around Nani Bapod lake under ward number 5 were given alternative houses under a government rehabilitation programme, the commissioner said, adding that the attack was not pre-planned.

Attack on BSF camp in Srinagar not a setback, was repulsed successfully: J&K IG Munir Khan

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Jammu and Kashmir Inspector General (IG ) Munir Khan on Tuesday said that the attack on a BSF camp near the Srinagar International Airport was not a setback and it was repulsed successfully.Killing all three militants in an operation that also claimed the life of an assistant sub-inspector of the force, security forces foiled an attempt by the Jaish-e-Mohammed to storm a BSF camp.The gun-battle also forcing brief suspension of air traffic and closure of schools in the vicinity.”Three terrorists were killed, unfortunately, we lost one ASI. The terrorists were from Jaish-e-Mohammed,” Munir Khan said speaking to media.However, taking a swipe at the media for saying that the attack was setback, the IG requested them to be reasonable before running news.”Such attacks will continue to happen as long as Pakistan is our neighbour. I don’t know how some sections of media are saying it is a setback, it is not. Attack was repulsed successfully,” he said.Khan also said that they are looking for 6-7 terrorists and need to neutralise them very fast.Meanwhile, Home Minister Rajnath Singh complimented the security forces for successfully eliminating the terrorists involved in an attack.Singh said he has spoken to the chiefs of the Border Security Force and Central Reserve Police Force following the suicide attack near the Srinagar airport.”I have spoken to the DG CRPF and DG BSF. It was a good operation that they have conducted,” he told reporters here.

Attacks on party cadre, offices increased after Shah visit:

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The CPI(M), which is leading the LDF government in Kerala, today alleged that attacks against party cadre and offices by the RSS and the BJP has increased after Amit Shah’s recent visit to the state. CPI(M) state Secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan claimed that the BJP national president, during his visit to Kerala, had stated that he has got a “trick” and if his party members use it they can capture power in the state. “This (violence) is that trick”, he told reporters after the party’s secretariat meeting here. Balakrishnan alleged that the Sangh Parivar’s motive was to create a law-and-order problem by triggering violence and added that the attack on the CPI(M)’s district office in Kozhikode today was part of its agenda. He claimed the attackers had actually targeted the party’s Kozhikode district secretary P Mohanan, but he escaped unhurt. Some unidentified persons had hurled two bombs at the CPI(M)’s district office, but no one were injured. Balakrishnan urged the party cadre not to be provoked by the “violence of the BJP and the RSS, and maintain self- restraint. Asked about the recent attack on the BJP’s district office here and the charge that the CPI(M) was behind it, he expressed his suspicion about the incident and demanded a probe into it. Balakrishnan alleged that the attack on CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury, allegedly by Hindu Sena workers at AKG Bhavan in New Delhi, was also a “planned one”. “The attack on the CPI(M) General Secretary took place with the tacit understanding of Delhi police under the control of the Centre. The Hindu Sena is part of the Sangh Parivar. It is the modus operandi of the RSS and they carry out violence in different names,” he alleged. He referred to reports about the statement of an accused Sudheesh, reportedly an RSS activist, to police, that the RSS had killed Mohammed Fazal, a former CPI(M) activist who later joined NDF, in 2006. Sudheesh was arrested by Kerala police in connection with another case, while the CBI is investigating the Fazal murder case. Balakrishnan said the CBI had arrested two CPI(M) leaders Karayil Chandrashekharan and Kannur district secretariat member Karayil Rajan in connection with the case. “Now is it clear that the CBI had arrested the wrong persons,” he said, adding, “Despite the revelation by Sudheesh, the CBI is acting in a politically motivated manner and continuing to target CPI(M) leaders.”(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Death due to grave, sudden provocation not cruel act of

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Death due to “grave and sudden provocation” could not be termed as a “cruel act” of murder, the Supreme Court has said while reducing the life term of a man to 10-year-jail term in a homicidal case. A bench comprising justices A K Sikri and R K Agrawal granted the relief to Punjab resident Surain Singh who had filed an appeal against a 2008 judgment of High Court of Punjab & Haryana which had confirmed a 1998 trial court verdict awarding life imprisonment to him. “It cannot be said that the accused had any intention of causing the death of the deceased when he committed the act in question. The incident took place out of grave and sudden provocation and hence the accused is entitled to the benefit of section 300 (murder) exception 4 (sudden fight) of the Indian Penal Code. “Thus, in entirety, considering the factual scenario of the case on hand, the legal evidence on record and in the background of legal principles laid down by this court in the cases referred to supra, the inevitable conclusion is that the act of the accused was not a cruel act and the accused did not take undue advantage of the deceased,” the court said. It noted that “the scuffle took place in the heat of passion” and the accused was entitled to benefit of exception 4 under section 300 IPC. It said that accused’s appropriate conviction would be under Section 304 part II (punishment for culpable homicide not amounting to murder) of IPC, instead of section 302 (punishment for murder) IPC. “Hence, the sentence of imprisonment for 10 years would meet the ends of justice,” the court said. The bench reached to the conclusion after noting that there was bitter hostility between the warring factions to which the accused and the deceased belonged and that the attack was not premeditated and preplanned. “Criminal litigation was going on between these factions. It is also proved from the material on record that the attack was not premeditated and preplanned. Both the parties were present in the court of executive magistrate, Faridkot at the relevant time with regard to the proceedings under Section 107/151 of IPC (in a separate case). When the accused objected the presence of a member of the opposite side, the scuffle started between the parties which resulted into death of two persons. “The conduct of the appellant-accused that he at once took out his Kirpan and started giving blows to the opposite party proves that the attack was not premeditated and it was because of the spur of the moment and without any intention to cause death. The occasion for sudden fight must not only be sudden but the party assaulted must be on an equal footing in point of defence, at least at the onset,” it said. The court also cited the deposition of the doctor who had conducted autopsy of the deceased where he had stated that the stab wounds implied that in the spur of the moment, the accused inflicted injuries using ‘Kirpan’ though not on the vital organs of the body of the deceased but he stabbed the deceased which proved fatal. “The injury intended by the accused and actually inflicted by him is sufficient in the ordinary course of nature to cause death or not, must be determined in each case on the basis of the facts and circumstances. In the instant case, the injuries caused were the result of blow with a small Kirpan and it cannot be presumed that the accused had intended to cause the inflicted injuries,” it said. According to the prosecuting, in a fight which followed heated arguments between the families of the accused and the deceased in Faridkot in 1995, Singh attacked victims’ family, injuring several of them. The injured were taken to a hospital where Harbans Singh succumbed to his injuries, following which an FIR was lodged.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

HM for introspection over killing of CRPF men by Maoists

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Home Minister Rajnath Singh today called for “introspection” following the killing of 12 CRPF personnel in an ambush by naxals in Chhattisgarh and said he has ordered an inquiry to identify lapses behind it. He told the Lok Sabha that the attack on security personnel in the Sukma forests was an outcome of desperation among the Left Wing Extremists (LWEs) as they had suffered unprecedented losses last year. “However there is a need for introspection over this incident. I have directed the DG, CRPF, to conduct a detailed inquiry into the incident so that the lapses that led to it can be identified, as this will reduce the possibility of repetition of such incidents in the future,” he said. The unprecedented success of security forces of late has led to “evident uneasiness” among the LWE groups, he told law makers. Security forces have achieved tremendous success during 2016 in all LWE affected states, particularly in Chhattisgarh where 135 LWE cadres were killed, 779 arrested and 1198 surrendered, Singh said. The number of violent incidents in Chhattisgarh also dropped by 15 per cent from 466 in 2015 to 395 in 2016. The number of LWEs killed increased by 150 per cent (89 in 2015 to 222 in 2016) in 2016 while surrenders and arrests registered a combined increase of 47 per cent over 2015 (2238 to 3282), he said. Security personnel lost only three 2016 against 15 in 2015, he said. CRPF personnel were ambushed on March 11 by Maoists with heavy firing and simultaneous use of IED blast, the Home Minister said, adding that two of them were seriously injured but are out of danger. The extremists took away 13 weapons and 2 wireless sets of the security personnel. Singh named all the personnel killed and gave details of compensation given to their families. The next of kin of the martyred CRPF personnel will be provided Rs 35 lakh as ex-gratia from the central government, Rs 20 lakh from the CRPF’s risk fund and Rs one lakh from the CRPF welfare fund, the Home Minister said. They will also get Rs 25 lakh as insurance benefits and Rs three lakh as ex-gratia from the Chhattisgarh government, and the the next of kin will get full salary till the age of superannuation of the personnel martyred under the Liberalised Pensionary Award (LPA), he said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Kerala: Six CPI(M) workers arrested for BJP worker’s murder

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Six CPI(M) workers were arrested on Saturday in connection with hacking to death of a BJP worker at Andaloor in nearby Dharmadam a few days ago.Police said the accused, aged between 25-31, were Marxist party workers and sympathisers hailing from Andaloor, from were the victim also belonged.While the CPI(M) leaders had earlier claimed that the attack on 53-year-old Santosh was a fallout of a property dispute between his relatives, police said it was due to some political rivalry.The incident was said to be in retaliation to the attack by alleged RSS workers on some Student Federation of India students who had gone on an excursion earlier.Santosh was attacked inside his house and had 21 injuries, mostly on hands and legs. His wife and children were away at the time of the incident on January 18 at around 11.00 pm. BJP had observed a hartal the next day protesting against the attack.

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