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  1. Pakistan calls assertion unwarranted, seeks proof : July 31, 2015,Read the original story w/Photo

    42 min ago | Daily Times

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has categorically rejected the baseless allegations made by Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh. "Pakistan regrets the unsubstantiated and unwarranted assertion that those involved in the Gurdaspur incident of July 27 had entered India from Pakistan.

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  2. NationRead the original story

    1 hr ago | The Telegraph

    Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh today raised concerns about the handling of the "cases of other terror accused", appearing to allude obliquely to recent controversies that... Sitaram Yechury today accused the government of a go-slow on terror cases involving Hindu accused, picking on a Rajya Sabha statement by the Union home minister that... A Congress legislator in Kashmir today claimed to have met Tiger Memon several times in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and said the fugitive don had acknowledged carrying out... On any given day, I cover the 18km from my home to the Supreme Court in 1 hour and 15 minutes and reach the premises by 10am, after which parking will be a problem.

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  3. Attackers from Pak: RajnathRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    New Delhi, July 30: The three terrorists who had attacked a police station in Punjab's Gurdaspur district on Monday had come from Pakistan, Union home minister Rajnath Singh today told Parliament, warning that any effort by the "enemies of our nation will meet an effective and forceful response". "The preliminary analyses of GPS data indicate that the terrorists had infiltrated from Pakistan through the area near Tash in Gurdaspur district, where the Ravi river enters Pakistan," he said.

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  4. Unlikely alliesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    The news of the terrorist attack on a police station in the Gurdaspur district of Punjab last Monday morning was to a very large extent overshadowed by two parallel events: the death of the former president, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, in Shillong and the legal-cum-political controversy over the execution of Yakub Memon, convicted for his role in the Mumbai blasts of 1993. Both events produced different reactions, but each highlighted the different impulses that are in play and jostling for primacy.

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  5. Parliament logjam: Government may call meeting with oppositionRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    The BJP and the Congress on Thursday targeted each other over the parliament logjam, as the government indicated it could convene a meeting with the opposition to break the impasse. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday accused the Congress of "petty political interest" and said it was not allowing discussion on the Dinanagar terror attack in parliament.

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  6. 'Very strict laws' needed to deal with terrorism: Former Punjab state police chief KPS GillRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | DNA India

    The former DGP suggested that special courts should be set up for expeditious disposal of terrorism-related cases as in many other countries. There is an urgent need to have "very strict laws" to deal with terrorism, former Punjab police chief K P S Gill said on Thursday even as he rejected criticism over Army not being given the charge of the operation against terrorists in Gurdaspur.

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  7. Gurdaspur attack: Ex-DGP KPS Gill lauds Punjab Police for neutralising terroristsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Hindustan Times

    Former Punjab director general of police KPS Gill on Thursday said the Punjab Police had done the right thing in leading the combat operation against terrorists at Dinanagar in Gurdaspur on Monday. Addressing the media during meet the press programme organised by the Chandigarh Press Club here, the former top cop said the Punjab Police was trained for such operations and they did what was expected of them.

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  8. Bomb scare in Gurdaspur after suspicious bag spotted near bus standRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Just three days after the terror attack in Punjab's Gurdaspur district, a fresh panic surfaced after a suspicious object was found at a bus stand here on Thursday, reports said. Suspecting it to be an explosive, Punjab Police officials called a bomb disposal squad.

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  9. Overwhelming evidence to suggest Pak hand behind Gurdaspur attack: Arun JaitleyRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Union Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said there was overwhelming evidence to suggest that Gurdaspur attack was masterminded from across the border. A view on continuing dialogue with Pakistan will be taken by government as part of diplomatic strategy, he said.

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  10. Gurdaspur terrorists came from Pakistan : Rajnath SinghRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Terrorists who attacked Gurdaspur came from Pak via Ravi river, says hints from GPS, he said while making a statement in the Rajya Sabha. The Minister said India will give a strong reply reply to those who are engaging in terror activities from across the border.

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  11. Unclaimed bags lead to bomb scares at Gurdaspur and ChennaiRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Chennai/Gurdaspur: Just four days after a terror strike jolted India, two incidents of unclaimed bags led to bomb scares in Punjab's Gurdaspur town and Chennai airport on Thursday. An unclaimed handbag in the domestic arrival area of the Chennai airport created some tense moments before security personnel took it away for inspection today.

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  12. India's assertion on Gurdaspur terrorists 'baseless': PakistanRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday rejected as 'baseless' India's assertion that the Gurdaspur attackers had infiltrated from there, saying such 'provocative' comments are a threat to regional peace and security and asked India to share concrete evidence before pointing fingers. "The Government of Pakistan categorically rejects the baseless allegations made by Mr Rajnath Singh, Home Minister of India, in the Parliament, today," Foreign Ministry Spokesman Qazi Khalilullah said in a statement in Islamabad.

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  13. Indian and Pakistani citizens condemn Gurdaspur terror attackRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Merinews

    Prominent concerned citizens of India and Pakistan unequivocally condemned the dastardly attack by terrorists in Gurdaspur, Punjab on 27th July 2015 and expressed their heartfelt condolences and solidarity with the families of four police personal and three civilians killed. Taking note of the statements alleging that the terrorists have crossed from the border with Pakistan and the condemnation of the attack by the Government of Pakistan and their denunciation of all forms of terrorism, they strongly urged that it is high time for India and Pakistan to jointly address the issue of terrorism that is causing incalculable damage to both countries and the entire Sub-Continent.

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  14. Boats against the currentRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Economist

    IN THE regional politics of South Asia, thaws are often the briefest of interludes between frost and steam. But even by local standards, the most recent rapprochement between India and Pakistan has proved remarkably short-lived.

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  15. Congress to NDA: Place Pak in dock over Gurdaspur terror strikeRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Congress leader Ambika Soni on Thursday called for a proper investigation into the Gurdaspur terror attack and asked India to take up the issue of terrorism with Pakistan. "There should be proper investigation in the case of Gurdaspur attack as this was an attempt by Pakistan to enter Punjab.

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  16. Rajnath holds Pakistan responsible for Dinanagar attackRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Holding Pakistan responsible for the July 27 Dinanagar terror attack, union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said any attack by enemies will meet an effective and forceful response from the Indian security forces. Making a formal statement in the Rajya Sabha, the home minister said the central government was committed to rooting out terrorism from the country.

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  17. Pakistan asks India to adopt cooperative approach against terrorism : July 30, 2015,Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Daily Times

    ISLAMABAD Rejecting Indian accusations of Pakistan's involvement in recent Gurdaspur attack, Pakistan on Thursday asked India to adopt a cooperative approach against terrorism as this is a common enemy for both Pakistan and India. During a weekly press briefing here, Foreign Office spokesman Qazi M Khalilullah said that Pakistan itself was a victim of terrorism and it was unfortunate that the Indian media started blaming Pakistan while the operation against attackers was still going on.

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  18. Congress wants Modi to make Ufa discussions publicRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    The Congress on Thursday demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi reveal what he discussed on terrorism with his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Ufa on July 10 as India continued to suffer terror attacks from across the border. "The prime minister should make a statement on the issue in parliament," Congress leader Anand Sharma told the media here, expressing concern over the terror attack in Dinanagar town of Gurdaspur district in Punjab, believed to be carried out by terrorists from Pakistan.

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  19. Wires can be seen in 'suspicious bag' at Gurdaspur bus stop, says SSPRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Senior Superintendent of Police Gurpreet Singh on Thursday confirmed reports of a suspicious bag being found near a bus stop in Gurdaspur district of Punjab, and said that some wires could be seen. "It's a small bag and some wires can be seen.

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  20. Pointing fingers before probe is unhealthy: PakistanRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Pakistan on Thursday termed India accusing Islamabad over a terror attack in Punjab as "unfortunate" and said countering terrorism could only be possible through cooperation. "Pointing fingers before investigation is not a healthy trend," foreign office spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah was quoted as saying by Dawn online.

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