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Home Minister Amit Shah ends Kashmir tour, orders zero tolerance towards terrorism

Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday wrapped up his Kashmir tour with strict instructions to security forces for zero tolerance towards terrorism. The message was clear that there could be no compromise on national security.

Amit Shah made it clear that there has be continued strict action against terror funding and the Rule of Law must be enforced.

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Sri Lanka blasts : 207 dead

Sri Lanka Blast Updates: Multiple explosions in two churches of Colombo during Easter Mass. The churches hit were in the north of the capital, and the town of Negombo, just outside Colombo. Atleast 207 people were reported dead and more than 400 injured.

France to move proposal at UN seeking ban on JeM chief Maulana Masood Azhar

In a big development, France has come out in support of India and announced that it will move a proposal at the United Nations this week to impose a ban on Maulana Masood Azhar, chief of the Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) terror group. It may be noted that the ghastly terror attack on a CRPF convoy in Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir last week, in which 40 paramilitary personnel were martyred, was carried out by the JeM. The JeM is already in the UN list of banned terror groups.

Army Chief’s final warning to Kashmiri Locals and Separatists !!

In the wake of rising incidents of terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir being provided cover from armed forces by stone pelters, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has issued a strong warning against stone pelting. While making it clear that people who engage in stone pelting could be subject to firing, Rawat said that stone pelters would be treated as “overground workers of terrorists” and would thereby face the same punishment as that meted out to Jihadis