‘Larger pan Islamist agenda at work in South Asia’: Congress’ Manish Tewari on killing of non-Kashmiris in J&K

Reacting to recent targeted killings of civilians in Jammu and Kashmir, Congress leader Manish Tewari on Sunday said that a larger pan Islamist agenda is at work in South Asia. “Is there a link between killing of Non-Muslims in Kashmir, Hindus in Bangladesh and massive infiltration in Poonch leaving nine Jawans dead? Perhaps so. A larger Pan Islamist agenda is at work in South Asia (sic),” the Congress MP said in a tweet.
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Bloodshed again: Toll in Jammu & Kashmir encounter rises to 9

The Army has retrieved the bodies of two more soldiers, including a Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO), while trying to track down terrorists in the forest areas of Jammu and Kashmir’s twin border districts of Poonch and Rajouri. With this, a total of nine Army personnel, including two JCOs, have laid...
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J&K: Two non-locals killed in targeted attack in Kulgam

SRINAGAR: Terrorists shot dead two non-local labourers and injured another on Sunday in Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir, the latest in the series of attacks targeting civilians. "Terrorists fired indiscriminately upon #NonLocal labourers at Wanpoh area of #Kulgam. In this #terror incident, 02 non-locals were killed and 01 injured," Kashmir zone Police said on its Twitter handle.

Ligue 1 needs to crack down on fan violence before it is too late

Fan unrest is not new in French football. In the last decade alone, Bastia supporters have thrown wooden rods at PSG players, Anthony Lopes has been hit by a firecracker while playing for Lyon and an effigy of Mathieu Valbuena has been hanged at the Vélodrome. There have been other incidents too, but they have been infrequent and usually the product of some special enmity between two clubs, or a player and a club.

The skids of the right-wing candidate electrify the municipal ballot in Rome

High tension for the election of the mayor of Rome, whose second round takes place Sunday and Monday in an atmosphere that echoes dark periods in Italian history. A measure unrelated to the election had devastating effects on the campaign: the obligation for any worker to present a health pass to his employer triggered the anger of a minority of "No pass", including the demonstrations in Rome and in Milan, infiltrated by tiny ultras groups, degenerated into violent attacks.

NSCN-K (YA) Militants Nabbed by Assam Rifles in Mon Town Near Indo-Myanmar Border

Three hardcore militants of the banned NSCN-K (YA) outfit were nabbed from Mon town of Nagaland in an intelligence-led counter-insurgency operation by the Assam Rifles after the ultras crossed over to India from Myanmar, sources in the security establishment said on Thursday. All the three militants apprehended are residents of Myanmar and they sneaked into the Indian side with the purpose of carrying out a string of attacks, they said.

jco: JCO, soldier hurt in fresh Jammu gunfight with ultras | India News

JAMMU: A junior commissioned officer (JCO) of the Army and a soldier were critically injured in a gunfight between security forces and a group of terrorists late on Thursday at Mendhar in J&K’s frontier district of Poonch. The incident comes four days after a JCO and four soldiers were killed in action while pursuing terrorists hiding in a forested area of Surankote in the same district.

Why Hungary is infected by ultras who are almost impossible to control

There was an air of inevitability when fighting broke out in the away end during Hungary’s 1-1 draw with England at Wembley on Tuesday night. Hungary’s fans had been disciplined over their behaviour at four of the previous six games played in front of fans, with homophobic banners seen against Portugal and Germany, and monkey chanting heard against France and England.

Best Ski Mitts For Winter 2021-2022 | Buyer’s Guide

When it comes to keeping your hands warm in the mountains during the cold months of winter, skiers are divided up between those who prefer ski mitts and those who prefer ski gloves. Both of these tribes will happily champion the pros of their choice and, while they’re doing so, point out some of the cons offered up by the alternative. In truth, despite what some ski mitt and ski glove ultras will try and tell you, there isn’t really a right answer or a wrong answer to the ‘ski mitts or ski gloves’ question. It depends on personal preference. Before discussing the best ski mitts for this winter season, let’s have a quick chat about what ski mitts bring to the fold and what some of these pros and cons are.