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Indian police arrest hundreds in Valentine's Day protests

MUMBAI: Indian police stood guard at colleges decorated with heart-shaped ballons in Mumbai on Saturday and arrested hundreds of militant Hindus across the country to quell Valentine's Day protests. Dozens of party workers of the fundamentalist Shiv Sena, which has disrupted Valentine's Day celebrations for years, were arrested in Mumbai and in Gwalior, police officials…

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February 14, 2009

 

Indian police claim Kasab is under threat from underworld

NEW DELHI: Mumbai police have claimed Ajmal Amir Kasab is facing threat from the underworld. “We have received intelligence inputs stating that Kasab's life may be under threat from the underworld,” media reports quoting Joint Commissioner of Police Rakesh Maria in Mumbai said. The Joint Commissioner also said final touches are being given to the…

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February 11, 2009

 

CRIME SCENE REPORT – After 18 months of terror, police wake up to white-car serial rapist

BY KHURRAM GULZAR IN KARACHI: After at least 60 rapes over one and a half years, the police have arrested a man who had come to be known in Clifton as the ‘white-Corolla wallah’. Thirty-two-year-old Mohammad Ali Hajiano and his accomplice mechanic Ameer went around Clifton and DHA stopping at gunpoint cars with families. They…

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February 11, 2009

 

CRIME SCENE SPECIAL REPORT – After 18 months of terror, police wake up to white-car serial rapist

By Khurram Gulzar in Karachi: After at least 60 rapes over one and a half years, the police have arrested a man who had come to be known in Clifton as the ‘white-Corolla wallah’. Thirty-two-year-old Mohammad Ali Hajiano and his accomplice mechanic Ameer went around Clifton and DHA stopping at gunpoint cars with families. They…

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February 10, 2009

 

Militants kill 7 police in Mianwalli attack

ISLAMABAD: Suspected militants shot dead two policemen and blew up a checkpost killing five more in an attack in the central Pakistani town of Mianwali on Saturday, police said. “Seven of our men have died in the attack that appears to be part of terrorist activity being carried out by militants across the country,” Malik…

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February 7, 2009

 

Taliban free 29 soldiers, police

MINGORA: Pakistani Taliban released on Wednesday 29 paramilitary soldiers and policemen they captured in a raid on a police station in the Swat valley in the northwest of the country, two of the captured men said. Militants attacked and destroyed a police station in Shamzoi village in Swat and captured the men after a siege…

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February 4, 2009

 

Extremists, police exchange fire over kidnapping attempt

PESHAWAR: At least seven extremists were killed along with two security officials in an exchange of fire over an attempted kidnapping Wednesday.

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February 4, 2009

 

Police post attacked

MIANWALI: A patrolling police post,some 80 kms from here, came under shell attacks late night Tuesday leading to building damage but no loss of life. According to DSP Patrolling police Ameer Abbas, the attack on Darra Tung police post in the border town of the Punjab and NWFP was reported at about 11pm. “One of…

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February 3, 2009

 

Spain police arrest 11 in al Qaeda raids: media

MADRID: Police in Barcelona early Tuesday arrested at least 10 Pakistani nationals in connection with “falsifying identity documents in connection with Islamist terrorism,” Spanish radio reported. Police in the northeastern city were not immediately available to confirm the report. The Spanish news agency Europa Press said seven people had been picked up, with police looking…

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February 3, 2009

 

Police station in Athens attacked, urban guerrilla group blamed

ATHENS: Gunmen fired gunshots and attacked a police station with a hand grenade in the Greek capital of Athens on Tuesday (February 3), the third attack on police in two months. Detectives believe the attack could be the work of an urban guerrilla group, the Revolutionary Struggle. There were no injuries in the early morning…

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February 3, 2009

 

Further remand for Mumbai attacks gunman: Police

MUMBAI: An Indian court on Monday extended the detention of the lone surviving gunman captured during the deadly attacks on Mumbai so that he can be questioned further, a senior police officer said. The officer in charge of the investigation, Mumbai Police crime branch chief Rakesh Maria, told AFP that a judge had granted a…

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February 2, 2009

 

Suicide bomber was in police uniform

KANDAHAR: A suicide bomber in a police uniform has detonated his explosives inside a police training center in southern Afghanistan on Monday, killing 21 officers and wounding at least 20. The Taliban have claimed responsibility for the attack. Juma Gul Himat, Uruzgan's provincial police chief said the bomber entered the training facility in Tirin Kot,…

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February 2, 2009

 

Hand grenade attack on police van

KHUZDAR: One person has been killed and six others injured after a hand grenade was lobbed at a police van on patrol, Samaa's Muneer Noor reports. The attack took place in the Chandni Chowk area. The passer-by who was killed, has been identified as Nasrullah. The injured were taken to civil hospital.

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January 31, 2009

 

Peshawar no-go areas cleared: police

PESHAWAR: The Peshawar police have arrested up to 20 extremists who had created no-go areas in the city. The operation was conducted in the Mitra area, according to SSP Operations Abdul Ghafoor. He said the work would continue until all safe homes had been cleared.

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January 31, 2009

 

Lahore police arrest three alleged Indian spies

LAHORE: Three men have been arrested on suspicion of being terrorists trained by an Indian secret agency RAW, announced the chief of the Lahore police at a press conference Thursday afternoon. Lahore CCPO Pervez Rathore said that the men all had links with RAW and had been traveling back and forth between India and Pakistan….

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January 29, 2009

 

Four dead in Swat, security forces, police arrest 31 suspects

SWAT: Security forces and police claimed to have arrested 31 suspects during search operation from Swat on Thursday. While four persons, including a minor boy, were killed in different acts of violence in the volatile valley. According to reports, a minor boy was killed in a crossfire in Kabal, while two more persons were gunned…

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January 29, 2009

 

Police arrest three Lahore blast terrorists

LAHORE: Three terrorists involved in Liberty bomb blasts and other areas of Lahore have been arrested by Lahore police on Thursday, sources said. A large arms cache has also been recovered from the terrorists.

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January 28, 2009

 

Yemeni police arrest three gunmen after clash near U.S. embassy

SANAA: Yemeni police arrested three gunmen Monday after they clashed with security forces close to the U.S. embassy, hours after the U.S. mission said it received an attack warning, a security official said. Gunmen in a speeding car clashed with the police “in a neighbourhood close to the embassy around 09:30 pm (1830 GMT). Security…

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January 27, 2009

 

Police kill two dacoits in Lahore

LAHORE: Lahore police have claimed killing two dacoits in a police encounter here on Monday, police sources said. Both were killed in exchange of fire after they were fleeing having snatched a car from a citizen when police caught them on the way. Dead bodies have been shifted to hospital, sources added.

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January 25, 2009

 

Indian police claim killing two Pakistani militants near Delhi

NEW DELHI: Indian police shot and killed two suspected Pakistani militants near the capital New Delhi on Sunday, as thousands of troops were deployed on the eve of a national holiday to prevent militant attacks, according to AFP. Brij Lal, a senior police officer in Uttar Pradesh state, told reporters an anti-terrorist team chased a…

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January 25, 2009

 

Indian police get two more weeks on Kasab's remand

MUMBAI: Indian police were on Monday granted a further two-week extension to hold and question the lone surviving gunman captured during the deadly attacks on Mumbai, according to a senior officer. A judge granted a request to hold Mohammed Ajmal Amir Iman, also referred to as Kasab, during a brief hearing in the city, said…

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January 19, 2009

 
 
 
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