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<b>[center]CRPF camp attack: Six LeT terrorists arrested in UP[/center]</b>

LUCKNOW: In major breakthrough in cases of terror strikes on a CRPF camp in Rampur and IISc in Bangalore, Central security agencies and Uttar Pradesh police on Sunday arrested six LeT terrorists from two places in the state as they were planning to move out to Mumbai - their next target.

Three Lashkar-e-Toiba militants - Suhail and Arshad Ali alias Baba, both residents of UP, and Fayheem, a Pakistani national - were arrested from a state roadways bus in Rampur when they were planning to go to Mumbai, sources said.

In Lucknow, three terrorists - Sallahuddin, a resident of Madhubani in Bihar, and Imran and Farooq, both from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) - were nabbed when they were trying to leave the city, they said.

Sallahuddin was allegedly the mastermind of the attack on the CRPF camp in Rampur on this New Year's day. The attack by heavily-armed terrorists on the camp, in which eight persons including seven security personnel were killed, was executed by Suhail, Arshad and the two militants from PoK - Imran and Farooq.

According to the sources, the two PoK residents had been tasked to act as suicide attackers while the two others provided cover to them. However, in the melee, all the four had managed to escape.

One of them, who was suspected to have received a bullet injury, was in fact hit by a splinter from a grenade that was thrown by him at the CRPF recruitment camp.

The arrested terrorists were moving in two separate groups and their next destination was Mumbai where Fayheem had hired a room, the sources said, adding they were waiting for fresh instructions from across the border.
[center]<b>Attack on BSE foiled, 6 terrorists arrested</b>[/center]

New Delhi: The Special Task Force (STF) in Uttar Pradesh has busted a big Lashkar-e-Toiba terror module in the state.

Six Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorists including two from Pakistan were arrested in Bareilly and Lucknow on Saturday night.

According to the UP police, they were also planning to attack the Bombay stock exchange.

The STF claims they found passports, maps of Mumbai and railway tickets to Mumbai on those six men. Two AK-47s, 5 grenades and a pistol were also recovered during the arrest.

The terrorists were behind the suicide attack on a CRPF camp in Rampur and the attack on IISC in Bangalore two year ago.
<b>Disaster Management Authority in place</b>

Bangalore : Briefing reporters after the executive committee meeting, P K H Tharakan, one of the Governor's Advisors, said the Disaster Management Authority will be having eight members, including the CM as the Chairman.

The State will finally have an agency to deal with disasters. The Executive Committee on Friday approved setting up Disaster Management Authority (DMA), almost three years after the Centre enacted National Disaster Management Act.

Briefing reporters after the executive committee meeting, P K H Tharakan, one of the Governor’s Advisors, said DMA will be have eight members, including the CM as the Chairman. Similarly, Disaster Management Committees will be set up at all districts, headed by the respective deputy commissioners.
<b>ULFA 'peace broker' held for plot to hijack IA plane</b>

Mon, Feb 11 06:30 PM

Guwahati: A 'peace broker' between the Centre and banned outfit ULFA was arrested on Monday in connection with an plot to hijack an Indian Airlines aircraft from Lokopriyo Gopinath International Airport in Guwahati to Pakistan.

The police have also detained an employee of Air Deccan for questioning in connection with the hijacking conspiracy.

People's Consultative Group member Lachit Bordoloi was arrested in Upper Assam after his name had come up during interrogation of a ULFA militant, who had been arrested on Sunday. Bordoloi once represented the ULFA in negotiation with the Centre.

A police team had raided Bordoloi's house on Sunday, but did not find him at home. He was arrested in a place called Moran, seven hours from Guwahati. He will be brought to Guwahati tonight

The police had claimed a major breakthrough on Sunday after unearthing the hijack plan with the arrest of three suspects, including an advocate, a journalist and a militant. Assam IGP (Special Branch) Khagen Sharma said the outfit, ULFA, had planned to skyjack an Air India plane from Guwahati Airport to Pakistan.

The ULFA cadre, Manoj Tamuly, who was arrested in Guwahati on Saturday night along with one pistol and four rounds of ammunition, named prominent advocate Nekibur Zaman, human rights activist Bordoloi and television journalist Pradeep Gogoi. All the three have been arrested within the last 36 hours.

The IGP said the militant had received the hijacking training in the jungles of Baska district of Assam, adjacent to Bhutan border. The training was imparted by one Rasik Ahmed, believed to be an ISI operative.

The arrested ULFA cadre had confessed before media that the plan was to hijack the plane to Thimpu and from there a new set of ULFA men would take the aircraft to Rawalpindi.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Advani slams attack on North Indians </b>
TN Raghunatha\ Pioneer News Service | New Delhi\ Mumbai 
NDA's prime ministerial candidate LK Advani on Monday reacted sharply to the attack on North Indians in Maharashtra saying the remarks were "unacceptable" and incidents were against the concept of national unity.

Talking to mediapersons on the sidelines of a function here, Advani did not name either the Shiv Sena or the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) but said, "No political party should say or do anything that weakens the country's unity or undermine the Constitution."

"What is being said in Maharashtra about people from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar is not acceptable. It is against the Constitution of India and against the concept of national unity," the BJP leader said, adding, "The Constitution gives right to every citizen to travel, settle down and take up jobs in any part of the country."

To drive home his point, the Leader of the Opposition referred to the slogan of the erstwhile Jan Sangh<b> "ek desh me do vidhan, do pradhan aur do nishan, nahi chalega, nahi chalega" (In one country, we will not allow two Constitutions, two Prime Ministers and two flags)</b>.

At the same time, Advani said the problem of large-scale migration of people from villages to cities and towns has to be addressed by providing adequate employment opportunities in villages. Everyone must honour the Constitution as "India is one country" but at the same time efforts should 
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Govt yet to step up security  </b>
Pioneer News Service | New Delhi 
The Centre is yet to enhance the security cover to Leader of the Opposition LK Advani, who is high on the hit list of terror groups.

The BJP had to postpone the Vijay Sankalp Yatra of Advani after National Security Advisor MK Narayanan briefed the senior leader about the "threats" faced by him and advised to take "extra precaution".

<b>Advani had been a target of terror for long but the Government had "specific inputs" this time, which forced the party to do a rethink on its yatra plans. </b>

Sources close to Advani told The Pioneer that no change has been brought about in the security cover to him and at his Prithiviraj Road residence. "There might be some plan at the Ministry level, but it has not been implemented on ground. The situation remains the same," he said.

While Government admits Advani faced major threats, it claims the security cover to him was foolproof. Official sources said that the Ministry of Home Affairs recently reviewed the security cover to the senior BJP leader and found that he was "well-guarded".

"There is no need to enhance security arrangement, which, in Advani's case, is satisfactory. We will continue to review the security arrangements frequently," the MHA official said.

Advani enjoys Z + security cover, which includes the elite NSG commando. "It is the biggest security cover provided to a person. There is no scope for improvement," an MHA official said.


So it was Queen plan to derail Yatra. what a low level she is?
<b>India’s stalled intelligence war</b>

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Late last month, when police in Karnataka arrested Harkat ul-Jihad-e-Islami operative Riyazuddin Nasir on vehicle theft charges, <b>they had no way of knowing the Andhra Pradesh resident was in fact among India’s most wanted terrorists.</b>

If it hadn’t been for a series of fortunate breaks — including a chance encounter between files relating to the Karnataka arrest and a New Delhi-based intelligence official familiar with the case — Nasir might well have slipped unnoticed through the black holes in India’s counter-terrorism information system.

<b>Nasir’s near-escape illustrates, as nothing else could, just how little has been done to give India’s police and intelligence services the tools they need to take on increasingly sophisticated adversaries.</b> Even as investigators struggle to cope with terrorists with transnational resources and reach, bureaucratic wrangling has sabotaged the creation of an institution experts believe is essential to the effort.

Despite calls from the Prime Minister’s Office, the Cabinet Committee on Security, and the Union Home Ministry, the Union Finance Ministry has refused to clear the hiring of the estimated 140 personnel needed to staff a new organisation intended to coordinate the counter-terrorism work of India’s external, domestic and military intelligence services. <b>In effect, India’s effort to modernise its counter-terrorism operations has been choked at birth</b>.

<b>From the above story some importants things.</b>

<b>The MAC story</b>
Plan to create the Multi Agency Centre, an overall hub for India’s counter-terrorism efforts, were first proposed by a high-level committee set up to study intelligence reforms in the wake of the Kargil war. Chaired by former Research and Analysis Wing chief Girish Saxena, the committee included now-National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan among its members, and carried out the first full appraisal of India’s intelligence services since independence.

<b>MAC, along with state-level subsidiaries called SMACs, was to have run and operated a national counter-terrorism database, identified operational priorities, and built the capabilities needed to execute them. In turn, MAC was to have been fed by State-level police-intelligence Joint Task Forces. Ground-level intelligence work would have been carried out by Inter-State Intelligence Support Teams reporting to MAC.</b>

Mr. Saxena’s proposals were accepted without modification in 2003 by a Group of Ministers which studied internal security issues. Five years on, though, MAC is staffed only by a skeleton crew of Intelligence Bureau personnel. While MAC does operate a database, powered by bare-bones computer systems designed in house, it has no real-time links to state police forces. Just five SMACs are in existence, one in each metropolitan centre, again run by a skeleton staff.

Given that the 140 jobs would involve an annual expenditure of less than Rs. 3 crore a year — a tiny fraction of India’s intelligence budget — the delay is hard to understand. Finance Ministry officials say the problem is built into the language of the Group of Ministers recommendations. Since the Group mandated that MAC pool the resources of several separate services, the Finance Ministry believes MAC should draw its personnel from their existing staff.

But the intelligence and defence services have pointed out that government service rules mandate that personnel can only be assigned to MAC on deputation once jobs are created for them to be posted to. The Indian Army, in particular, has been hostile to proposals for informally assigning personnel to MAC outside of the structured deputation system, saying it would create serious problems of discipline and accountability.

Interestingly, several expensive projects cleared by the Group of Ministers — among them the fencing of India’s borders, as well as the setting up of a Disaster Management Committee, a Financial Intelligence Unit and a Serious Fraud Office — are up and running, even as MAC languishes. “It’s all a question of which bureaucrat is pushing what project,” one Ministry of Home Affairs official noted, “not what needs doing first.”

<b>The global experience</b>
<b>Even as MAC has been choked, similar bodies have sprung up elsewhere in the world —informed by the ideas of intelligence experts whose proposals have been ignored at home.</b> In the wake of the Al-Qaeda strikes in the United States of America on September 11, 2001, intelligence services across the world reviewed the weaknesses that had allowed terrorists to conduct an operation of unprecedented scale and sophistication without detection.

Officials in the United Kingdom, in particular, drew heavily on the MAC idea. Although its domestic intelligence service, MI5, had extensive experience of combating groups like the Irish Republican Army, its experts understood that the transnational reach and technological resources of Islamist organisations like the Al-Qaeda required a new degree of coordination between different services, each of which focussed on separate parts of the picture.

Under a broad government counter-terrorism strategy code-named CONTEST, reforms were instituted to pursue four distinct aims: the prevention of terrorist acts, the pursuit of perpetrators, the protection of targets, and preparation for future threats. MI5 assessments fed the work of the Joint Intelligence Council, which served as the government’s focal point for intelligence appraisal, and were made available to key politicians.

<b>In June, 2003, the United Kingdom established the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, or JTAC—an umbrella organisation that closely resembles India’s stillborn MAC.</b> Officials on assignment to JTAC helped the United Kingdom’s police special branches to develop regional intelligence cells, which work to turn information provided by the covert services into on-ground action against terrorist groups.

Similar reforms were implemented in the United States of America, after it emerged that failures of communication and appraisal facilitated the September 11, 2001, al-Qaeda strikes. One major change was the creation of a Department of Homeland Security, with an express counter-terrorism intelligence charter—a one-stop assignation of political and bureaucratic responsibility for securing its citizens that India still lacks.

<b>Among the reforms that were put in place to improve intelligence coordination was the creation of a new intelligence top-job: the Director of National Intelligence. A National Counter-Terrorism Centre, which closely resembles MAC in its conception</b>, was set up to facilitate appraisal of intelligence flows from multiple agencies. The Federal Bureau of Investigations consolidated many of its counter-terrorism functions into a National Security Service.

In a June, 2007, article for the journal Homeland Security, analyst James Burch noted that the “domestic intelligence challenge in the United States is similar to India’s in terms of organisation and the scope of the problem.” Despite the reforms, the FBI experiences problems “with coordinating with multiple state and local efforts,” Mr. Burch pointed out, adding that “there is no clear linkage or relationship between the NCTC and the numerous state and local fusion centres.”

<b>Still, countries across the world have realised that some coordination, even if it isn’t perfect, is better than none at all. Six years since the Saxena Committee submitted its findings to the government, and almost five years after a Group of Ministers on Internal Security accepted its recommendations, India is still waiting for action. For hundreds of citizens, action — if and when it does come — will have come too late.</b>
<b>If intel agencies from other parts of the world are using Indian ideas for setting up new agencies for better co-ordination and action against terrorists what is the problem with this UPA gov led congress. Cant it do it's basic duty of safeguarding the life and property of it's citizens?</b>

<b>Ulfa-Huji bid to hijack plane foiled</b>

Tue, Feb 12 10:40 AM

Guwahati: Two days after the Assam police foiled a plan to hijack planes flying out of Guwahati's Lokopriyo Gopinath International Airport at Guwahati, they arrested United Liberation Front of Assam sympathiser Lachit Bordoloi on Monday.

The police arrested Bordoloi on the basis of a confession by Manoj Tamuly, who was trained by Afghan militants to hijack planes.

Bordoloi was also a member of the People's Consultative Group that negotiated for Ulfa with the Centre. Police have seized a laptop and two CDs from Bordoloi's house in Guwahati.

"Whatever he has said, it has to be corroborated along with other evidence and then we will come to know the depth of the design," said government spokesperson Himanto Bishwasharma.

<b>Tamuly had confessed before media that the plan was to hijack the plane to Thimpu and from there, a new set of ULFA men would take the aircraft to Rawalpindi.</b>

The police also arrested an Air Deccan employee, Sumon Dutta, who they claimed was helping Ulfa militants along with Bordoloi.

<b>In the past, there have been inputs from CISF, which raised suspicions about Dutta, sources said.</b>

Earlier, on Monday morning, the police had arrested a journalist, Pradip Gogoi, and a lawyer on similar charges.

<b>Sources in the police claim the plan to hijack planes was hatched by Ulfa and the Bangladesh-based Harkat-ul-Jihadi Islami. They added that the militants wanted to free some Huji and Ulfa militants lodged in jail.</b>
What is happening with Raj Thackerey, Congress, SP?
Why police refused to arrest SP' Azmi and same with Raj Thackerey?
Why Congress is allowing this nonsense?
<!--QuoteBegin-Mudy+Feb 13 2008, 05:16 AM-->QUOTE(Mudy @ Feb 13 2008, 05:16 AM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->What is happening with Raj Thackerey, Congress, SP?
Why police refused to arrest SP' Azmi and same with Raj Thackerey?
Why Congress is allowing this nonsense?
Victory for Raj is defeat for Shiv Sena / BJP
Maybe MAC would enable the connection of dots which should not be?
<b>Demography survey on eastern border </b>
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New Delhi, Feb. 12: The intelligence agencies are conducting a discreet survey to verify the extent of change in the demographic profile of areas bordering Nepal and the Northeast.

According to highly placed sources, the survey is going hand-in-hand with a fresh study to find out if the number of madarsas and mosques along the borders has gone up.

“There have been reports that more madarsas and mosques are sprouting along the borders, which in itself is an indication of increased Muslim population in the area,” disclosed an intelligence official.

The study is using the 2001 census as its benchmark and has a clear political edge to it.

With the BJP making a big issue of national security — a political euphemism to beat the minorities with — the government wants to equip itself with the latest data and analysis on demographic changes in border areas, especially in relation to illegal migration from Bangladesh.

It has accordingly ordered the survey completed in advance of the 2009 polls.

“The government wants to be armed with the fresh data, and also its analysis, to counter any attack or propaganda on the issue. The BJP is all set to make national security an issue, and this is bound to come up,” the official said.

<b>The last such study was done by the Intelligence Bureau and the home ministry in 1992, and their report kept a secret in view of the sensitive findings. It was ultimately leaked and the estimated number of illegal migrants from Bangladesh was anywhere between 1.5 crore and 2 crore.</b> It’s time for a fresh survey, according to sources.

There have been renewed intelligence reports that militants are using madarsas and mosques as safe havens, and also for storing arms and ammunition.

<b>“In themselves, the madarsas are not a threat to security. There is hardly any militant who is the product of a madarsa. It’s just that the madarsas and mosques have the potential to be used by extremists to hide and store weapons. There are innumerable instances of places of worship being misused by militants, both in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir,” the official said.</b>

Sources added that most of the madarsas and mosques in border areas were on the radar of intelligence outfits. The reports of new ones having come up were worrying the intelligence agencies since they were not being monitored.

“The new survey will help us keep an eye on the new ones, too,” he said.

<b>According to reports, the largest number of madarsas and mosques has come up in bordering areas with Nepal, lower Assam and Bengal. This complements another secret survey that has revealed that nearly 40 per cent villages in the border districts of Bengal are predominantly Muslim.

There are reports that concentration of the minority community, including the Bangladeshi immigrants in the villages, has resulted in the majority community moving to urban areas.</b>

Along with madarsas and mosques, a large number of Muslim NGOs have sprung up in the area bordering Nepal.

According to the last survey, there are nearly 70 madarsas along the Indo-Nepal border, the largest number being in Saptari and Sunsari. There are several madarsas in Morang, Siraha, Dhanusha and Kapilbastu.

<b>“Most of these madarsas are used for anti-India activities by Pakistan-backed terrorists. The NGOs ostensibly work for the social and educational uplift of the Muslim community and receive substantial and completely unregulated funding from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Libya and other Islamic countries,” an intelligence report said.

“The NGOs have also been promoting ill-will against India among the Nepalese Muslim community by circulating propaganda material received from Pakistan and elsewhere, criticising India’s treatment of its minorities.</b>”
<b>ISI-backed elements disturbing NE demography</b>
13 Feb 2008

SHILLONG: The BJP on Wednesday said that subversive elements backed by ISI were disturbing the demography of the Northeast.

At the instance of the ISI, these elements were registering dual voters in order to disturb the electoral process in the three poll-bound Northeastern states, BJP N E organizing secretary P Chandrashekhar said.

Displaying the poster of such a voter Samsur Rahman Moolah, Chandrashekhar said the poster showed that the man had contested as an Independent candidate for the recent panchayat election in Goalpara district of Assam

The BJP leader also furnished the voters' list of Garo hills in Meghalaya where Samsur's name was registered.

''This is an alarming trend and if the government does check it, the future of the real citizens of the country would be at stake,'' he said.

Claiming that this was just one case of documentary evidence, Chandrashekhar said if the Election Commission conducted an inquiry in the Northeast, hundreds of such 'doubtful' voters would be detected.

This certainly is a handiwork of fundamentalist elements, he alleged noting most of these cases would be found in the constituencies of Muslim MLAs.

Taking a dig at other political parties for being a mute spectator to the issue, Chandrashekhar said the BJP would not lie down and would pursue the matter to protect the rights of real citizens.
<!--QuoteBegin-Mudy+Feb 13 2008, 05:16 AM-->QUOTE(Mudy @ Feb 13 2008, 05:16 AM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->What is happening with Raj Thackerey, Congress, SP?
Why police refused to arrest SP' Azmi and same with Raj Thackerey?
<b>Why Congress is allowing this nonsense?</b>

Congress honchos in MH are working to split Shiv Sena/BJP votes and building up Raj Thackeray into alternate vote magnet for gullible Marathas.

Raj Thackeray is being set up as a spoiler.
<b>LeT terrorists wanted to attack Army convoy in UP</b>
February 12, 2008

The Lashker-e-Taiba terrorists, arrested in connection with the strike on the Central Reserve Police Force camp in Uttar Pradesh, had planned to first carry out a suicide attack on an Army convoy which passes through Rampur, but shelved it later.

The plan was worked out by Suhail and Arshad Ali alias Baba, both residents of UP, Fayheem, a Pakistani national, Sallahuddin, a resident of Madhubani in Bihar, and Imran and Farooq, both from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, official sources said today.

The sources said the spot from where the attack could be carried out was also selected, the sources said, adding that the plan was not executed because there was no particular timing for the movement of the convoy. The Army has a formation in the adjacent Bareilly area, 60 kms from Rampur.

The terrorists were apprehensive about coming out in the open with their weapons as they feared that they might be caught if there was no movement of the Army convoy, the sources said.

After many deliberations, the CRPF camp at Rampur was chosen as an alternative target for the attack, they said.

The six terrorists were also working on plans to leave for Mumbai to carry out a terror strike and also made a reccee of the Bombay Stock Exchange. Fahyeem had arranged for logistics in Mumbai, the sources said.

According to the arrested terrorists, the arms and ammunition were brought from the Lashker's south Kashmir-based commander codenamed Aatif. The weapons were brought to Uttar Pradesh inside the cavity of a Tata Sumo car.

Sallahuddin, the mastermind of the attack on the CRPF camp in Rampur, was in close contact with Aatif besides taking directions from across the border, the sources said.

The authorities were now probing their roles in other incidents, which continues to remain a mystery for the central security agencies.

Sallahuddin told interrogators about his involvement in the attack on the Indian Institute of Science at Bangalore on December 28, 2005, in which a professor of the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi -- M C Puri -- was killed and four others were injured, the sources said.

He is claimed to have said that he had hired a room in Bangalore, where the planning was done to carry out the sensational attack on IISc, though the Indian Space and Research Organisation was their initial target.
<b>Centre, states cannot take soft approach on terrorism: L.K.Advani</b>
February 13th, 2008

Davanagere (Karnataka), Feb. 13: L K AdvaniSenior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L. K. Advani today called on the UPA-led Government at the Centre to take concrete steps to counter the spread of terrorism in the country.

Addressing faculty and academia of the G M Institute of Technology here after inaugurating one of its college buildings, Advani said that he was concerned and alarmed to read of late that Karnataka is becoming a hub for terrorist activities.

"Organizations like SIMI, which have links with extremist outfits abroad, seem to be spreading their tentacles secretly in this state. What is disturbing is that some young students and professionals from Karnataka are getting drawn into this terror net. Just a few days ago, there were reports of some persons arrested in UP and interrogations revealing that they had a hand in the terrorist attack on the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore and were also planning an attack on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Advani said.

"The government of the day, be it in New Delhi or in states, cannot take a soft approach to this menace for short-term political considerations. I can assure that you that we shall not," Advani added.

He said that India is now being seen all over the world as the next economic superpower in the making, and this transformation was of great importance, and should fill all Indians with patriotic pride. Their objective should be to make India strong, prosperous and proud, he added.

Advani also dwelled on the issue of brain drain, saying that the exercise of nation-building should permeate all sectors of society so that a better future was left for the younger generation.

"We are not paying enough attention to this aspect. As in the case of so many other aspects of nation-building, this also is linked to the theme of good governance," Advani said.

Lauding the state of Karnataka for having made tremendous strides in the field of education, the senior BJP leader said that often he reflected on " whether those of us in politics and government are thinking enough, and doing enough, in terms of fulfilling the dreams and aspirations of today’s young generation."

"Many of you here will recall that there used to be a lot of debate in the earlier decades about the phenomenon called ‘Braid Drain’. It’s good to know that there is now a reversal in the trend and, these days, I hear of a new term called ‘Brain Gain’ — which refers to the phenomenon of educated and successful Indians abroad returning to our country since India itself is providing very many exciting opportunities in business and professions," Advani said.

He also spoke about the success of NDA-initiated programs like the world-class network of highways, the telecom and IT revolution, the Sarva Shikshan Abhiyan to universalize elementary education and a host of other initiatives to accelerate economic growth created new opportunities for more and more Indians.

These, he said, have boosted national pride.

"All of us — in society as well as in the polity — have a responsibility to ensure that our children and young Indians belonging to the rural and urban poor, and especially those belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Tribes, benefit from India’s Rise," he said.

"My dream is to see that we not only have an Infrastructure Revolution in India — roads, electricity, telecoms, ports, airports, irrigation and science and technology for agriculture etc., but also an Education Revolution in our country," he concluded.

B. S. Yediyurappa, former chief minister of Karnataka, Ananth Kumar, general secretary of the BJP and G. M. Siddeshwara, chairman of Srishyla Education Trust were present on the occasion.
Maha exodus 10000 north Indians flee

Congress is creating this problem, same they did with Dera Sauda. Why people are getting bail?

<b>Top LeT terrorist involved in terror attack on CRPF camp eliminated</b>

Fri, Feb 15, 2008

Srinagar, Feb 15 - A top Lashker-e-Taiba (LeT) commander, involved in the Jan 1 attack on a CRPF camp in Uttar Pradesh, was eliminated Friday in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district.

Abdul Rehman was involved in the attack on the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) camp in which eight people were killed as well as in major terror attacks in south Kashmir. He was killed by security forces early Friday.

Police described it as the biggest blow to the LeT in recent times.
UPA govt had announced families of terrorists being compensated. Any news on that lately? I'd like to know if terrorists families get compensated ahead of the families of CRPF jawans?
Why they have to pay anything to CRPF jawans or family? They are just doing duty and they get salary, but terrorists are doing job which is not paid by government so its secular government duty to award terrorist and their family first.
Don't you know in India, Muslim first and if he is a terrorist, then he is Khuda of UPA.
I am waiting to hear how much they will pay Mumbai bomb blast terrorist family.

Remember, according to UPA its civilian/citizens fault that they come near to bomb and commit suicide.

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