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Indo-Pak wars' veteran Maj Gen (retd) R N Chibber passes away

IndiaTimes Sunday, 22 November 2020
Born on September 23, 1934, Gen chibber was commissioned into the Army on June 2, 1995, and was posted in Afghanistan from 1972 to 1975 as a military attaché.
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Watch: Army says big terror plot foiled as forces kill 3 terrorists in J&K [Video]

Watch: Army says big terror plot foiled as forces kill 3 terrorists in J&K

Three terrorists were killed in an encounter near Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar on December 30. The operation began on December 29 evening when security forces received intelligence about terrorists hiding in a building. Major General HS Sahi, GOC, Kilo Force, said that the terrorists were planning a big attack. He said that all appeals to the terrorists to surrender were met with gunfire and grenades. Watch the full video for more.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 03:55Published
Srinagar encounter: 3 terrorists neutralised, informs Major Gen Sahi [Video]

Srinagar encounter: 3 terrorists neutralised, informs Major Gen Sahi

In an encounter between security forces and terrorists that ensued in Srinagar, three terrorists were neutralised. GoC Kilo Force, Major General HS Sahi said, "We had inputs about terrorists preparing for a huge attack in the area. A building near National Highway was cordoned and terrorists asked to surrender. As one of them tried to come out, other 2 terrorists hiding inside threw grenades at forces. The joint operation launched by Army, JKP and CRPF concluded at 11:30 am today. We again appealed to terrorists to surrender in morning but they replied by firing and threw grenades. Thereafter, all 3 terrorists were neutralised." The encounter between security forces and terrorists had started on night of December 29.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:34Published

Afghanistan Afghanistan Landlocked country in South-Central Asia

Two female Supreme Court judges shot dead by gunmen in Kabul car ambush

Gunmen killed two female judges from Afghanistan's Supreme Court in an early morning ambush, which also saw their driver wounded.
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Two Afghan female judges shot dead in Kabul ambush [Video]

Two Afghan female judges shot dead in Kabul ambush

Afghan officials blame the Taliban for the attacks, an accusation the armed group denies.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 03:31Published
Gunmen kill female judges in Afghan capital [Video]

Gunmen kill female judges in Afghan capital

Unknown gunmen shot and killed two female judges in Kabul on Sunday as they travelled to work. Emily Wither reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 00:58Published
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Pentagon says US has dropped to 2,500 troops in Afghanistan

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