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INDIA DEMANDS HANDING OVER DAWOOD, SAYEED SALAHUDDIN

ANM News Desk: Indian officials stated that if Pakistan was interested in countering terrorism, they should hand over Dawood Ibrahim, Sayeed Salahuddin and other terrorists who are Indian citizens.

They stated that Pakistan had failed to take noticeable actions against JeM following the dastardly Pulwama attack.

India along with nations all over the world are pressing Pakistan to take action against terrorists harbouring there.

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CHINA PREVENTS AZHAR’S BLACKLISTING

ANM News Desk: China has yet again blocked the UNSC committee from  blacklisting Masood Azhar as a global terrorist by putting a ‘technical hold’ on the proposal.

The technical hold is valid for up to six months and it can be again extended by up to three months.

China argued that the Pulwama terror attack had taken place in the Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir.

China, a permanent member of UNSC had previously prevented the sanctions committee from banning Azhar in 2016 and 2017.

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PAKISTAN PROVIDES INTELLIGENCE TO JEM: PERVEZ MUSHARRAF

ANM News Desk: Former Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf disclosed that the Jaish-e-Mohammad was using Pak’s intelligence to attack India while he was in power.

He stated in a private telephonic conversation that the terrorist outfit had also tried to assassinate him twice in December 2003.

Amid all this, not much action was taken against the Jaish, Pervez Musharraf stated, adding that he had also not insisted.

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NAVY CHIEF ALERTS OF TERROR ATTACKS FROM SEA

ANM News Desk: Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lamba on Tuesday once again warned about a possibility of a terror attack from the sea, similar to what happened in 26/11.

In January, Hansraj Ahir, the minister of state in the ministry of home affairs, alerted about a similar threat.

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UNSC BLACKLISTS OSAMA BIN LADEN’S SON

ANM News Desk: The UNSC has blacklisted Hamza Bin Laden, son of slain Al Qaida chief Osama bin Laden subjecting him to a travel ban, assets freeze and an arms embargo as it described him as being seen as an emerging leader and successor of the group’s current leader Aiman al-Zawahiri.

The US State Department’s Rewards for Justice Program had earlier announced a reward of up to USD 1 million for information leading to his identification or location in any country.

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CELEBRATED AIR MARSHAL BECOMES SUBJECT OF PAKISTAN RUMOURS

ANM News Desk: Moments after Air Marshal Chandrashekharan- one of the architects of the aerial strike on JeM Balakot terror camp- retired after his 39 years of service, he became the subject of a misinformation campaign.

Rumours started doing rounds on Pakistan social media accounts mentioning that the Marshal had retired due to the unsuccessful air strike in which supposedly 2  IAF aircrafts were lost.

In reality, Friday was the last day in the office for Kumar, who as the Commander-in-Chief of the IAF sword arm Western Air Command played a key role in behind-the-scene planning of the strike on the Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camp that was smothered by the Mirage- 2000 jets.

While exposing Pakistan’s misinformation campaign, Air Vice Marshal R G K Kapoor had made it clear that India lost only one MiG-21 Bison.

At the WAC, Kumar has been replaced by Kargil war hero Air Marshal Raghunath Nambiar, who was commanding the Eastern Air Command at Shillong.

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MASOOD AZHAR IS IN PAKISTAN: QURESHI

ANM News Desk: Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Thursday confirmed JeM Chief Masood Azhar’s presence in Pakistan. Qureshi had stated in an interview that Azhar was extremely unwell and couldn’t leave his house.

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PAKISTAN SPY APPREHENDED IN PUNJAB

Shivam Mukherjee, ANM News: An alleged Pakistan spy has been apprehended from Ferozepur area in Punjab. He was trying to photograph a Border Security Force (BSF) installation in the city. The BSF personnel recovered a phone, sim card and a camera from his possession.

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THE UNTOLD STORY BEHIND THE CAPTURE OF INDIAN PILOT

Avijit Nandi Majumdar and Our Correspondent in Poonch: Brave heart Indian pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan had accidentally landed in a village, Horra’n in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, about seven kilometres from the LoC after downing a Pakistan F 16 in an air to air combat. Mutiple sources told ANM News that villagers in Horra’n confirmed watching a dog fight in the sky around 9 AM on Wednesday after which the Pakistani F16 went down and caught fire and crashed in a nearby field. Several villagers of Horra’n have confirmed about the wreckage of Pakistani F 16 aircraft. The MIG 21 Bison caught fire in the battle-on-air and crashed near a pond in the same village. ANM News sources mentioned that Wing Commander Abhinandan ejected in a parachute and landed in an open field in Horra’n where he was immediately surrounded by hostile local youths. ANM News sources quoting intelligence agencies informed that the hostile Pakistani youths pelted stones at the brave heart after they realised that he was an Indian soldier. ANM News sources indicated that Wing Commander Abhinandan initially put up a stiff resistance but was heavily outnumbered. Pakistani police and military arrived shortly afterwards and initially he was badly man handled. The brave Indian pilot suffered multiple injuries on face and eyes and nose. The hostile local crowd was clicking pictures but Pakistan Army and local police later forced some of them to delete the initial pictures of the pilot getting beaten up. A doctored video of the rescue was shared among Pakistanis and later deliberately leaked on social media.  Pakistan Army took him to there fortified cam in Bhimbar about 45 km away from Horra’n.

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PAKISTAN VIOLATES INDIAN AIRSPACE, SECURITY TIGHTENED

Sham Sunder, Jammu: In Rajouri, Pakistan fired 120 mm mortars targeting civilian hamlets and forward posts, apart from small and automatic weapons in Krishna Gate, Balakote, Karmara, Mankote, Tarkundi areas of Poonch, Kalal, Baba Khori, Kalsian, Laam and Jhangar.

Security near airports in Leh, Jammu, Srinagar and Pathankot has been heightened.

A day after India struck terror camp in Balakot, Pakistan Wednesday violated Indian air space in Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district and in Poonch, but were pushed back by Indian aircraft, news agency PTI reported. There has been no official confirmation as yet. The jets entered into Indian air space over Nowshera sector this morning,” an official told PTI. They were immediately pushed back by Indian jets on air patrol.