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Southern Railway to run Tirunelveli - Thiruvannamalai special train


 Southern Railway to run Tirunelveli - Thiruvannamalai special train

The Southern Railway has announced special fare special trains to clear extra rush of passengers during the Karthigai Deepam festival. The trains will be operated from Coimbatore, Thiruvannamalai, Chennai Egmore and Tirunelveli.

Number 06024 Tirunelveli - Tiruvannamalai special fare special train will leave Tirunelveli at 5pm on December 1 and reach Tiruvannamalai at 7am the next day.

Number 06023 Tiruvannamalai - Tirunelveli special fare special train will leave Tiruvannamalai at 11.30pm on December 2 and reach Tirunelveli at 11.45am the next day.

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Talks apart, hard line on terror to continue:Jammu & Kashmir


Talks apart, hard line on terror to continue:Jammu & Kashmir

The NDA government will continue with its hardline approach to proactively go after terrorists and all their sympathisers in Jammu & Kashmir, while "dominating" the Line of Control with retaliatory fire assaults to deter infiltration and impose punitive costs across the border, despite a special representative's appointment for "sustained dialogue" with all stakeholders in the state.

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Soldier, three LeT militants killed in Kashmir


Soldier, three LeT militants killed in Kashmir

A soldier and three Pakistani Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants were killed on Tuesday in two separate gunfights in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district, police and Army officials said.

According to a police official, security forces launched a search operation at Magam in the Handwara area of Kupwara district in north Kashmir after receiving inputs about the presence of militants. Despite asking them to surrender, militants opened fire on security forces, he said.

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6 terrorists killed including 26/11 mastermind Lakhvi's nephew Obaid:Bandipora encounter ends


6 terrorists killed including 26/11 mastermind Lakhvi's nephew Obaid:Bandipora encounter ends

Six LeT terrorists were gunned down in an encounter in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district on Saturday. The encountered ended in the evening. Arms and ammunition was recovered from the slain terrorists.

Earlier, an army spokesperson had said: “Five terrorists killed so far. One IAF GARUD soldier martyred and one Army soldier injured."

One of the slain terrorists was Obaid, the nephew of 2008 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi and son of Lashkar commander Ab Rehman Makki.

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Income tax officials enter Jayalalithaa’s Poes Garden residence compound


Income tax officials enter Jayalalithaa’s Poes Garden residence compound

The income tax (I-T) investigation wing officials conducted searches late Friday at a room on the compound of late Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa's Poes Garden residence in Chennai.

The room was used by Jayalalithaa's personal assistant S Poongundran before the former chief minister's death.

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Militant killed in encounter


Militant killed in encounter

The encounter took place at Chamol village, about 18 km from Chakpikarong police station, at around 5 am.

Additional forces have been rushed to the remote village, the police said.

The encounter comes barely two days after two Assam Rifles jawans were killed and six others were injured when militants exploded a powerful Improvised Explosive Device (IED) at Man Mani village in the same district.

In a statement emailed to the local media, the banned insurgent outfit Revolutionary Peoples Front (RPF) had claimed responsibility for Monday's attack.

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MK Stalin warns government against opening of TASMAC shops


MK  Stalin warns government

Referring to the poll promise of the AIADMK ahead of the 2016 Assembly election in which the party had promised to shut the bars attached to TASMAC shops, reduce the number of shops and their operational hours to gradually enforce prohibition, Stalin said the people would not pardon the government for attempting to promotion alcoholism. 

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The End of Raids in Sasikala’s Premises : 1430 crore detected


 1430 crore detected

Ending their largest-ever search operation in Tamil Nadu, which lasted five days and covered the properties of late Chief Minister Jayalalithaa’s former aide and jailed AIADMK leader V.K. Sasikala and her extended family members, Income Tax officials on Monday said that until now, tax evasion on income of 1,430 crore had been detected.

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Army Jawan, militant killed in encounter in Kulgam


militant killed in encounter in Kulgam

One soldier was critically injured in the gunbattle with militants at Nowbug Kund in Kulgam district, Army sources said.

They said the injured soldier later succumbed to injuries.

A militant was also killed in the operation, the sources said.

A police spokesman said security forces had launched a cordon and search operation in Nowbug Kund village this morning after receiving specific information about the presence of militants in the area.

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BJP state president Tamilisai flays leaders criticising Income Tax raids


 Tamilisai flays leaders criticising Income Tax raids

Speaking to the media at the airport, the BJP leader said, “In no other state such strong criticisms will be levelled by political leaders against I-T raids on people who have swindled people’s money. The criticisms will be fair only if the I-T raids did not unearth anything,” she said. 

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