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Top news of the day: States warn of “aggressive” terrorist infiltration along Afghan border; Thousands of farmers visit ‘Kisan Mahapanchayat’ in Muzaffarnagar and more

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The secret service says trained militants could invade Jammu and Kashmir.

According to the latest police reports, there are 40 to 50 foreign militants active in northern Kashmir, compared to only 11 local militants.

The event was organized by Samyukt Kisan Morcha in Muzaffarnagar in protest of the centre’s controversial farm laws.

This was India’s fifth gold at the Tokyo Paralympic Games. Yathiraj, the district judge of Gautam Buddh Nagar (Noida), became the first IAS officer to ever win a medal at the Paralympics.

The health department has reportedly placed five of his close relatives and twelve other people who may have interacted with him under surveillance.

They improve the operational turnaround and interoperability of the Navy on the high seas.

“There may be some problems with a portal operated by Infosys, but the article published by Panchjanya in this context only reflects the individual opinion of the author,” says Sunil Ambekar, all-india prachaar pramukh of RSS.

He was the grandson of former Indian President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

“We are making arrangements to organize these camps on September 12th. In a day or two, there will be a meeting with the district collectors, joint directors and deputy directors of health services to discuss the necessary arrangements, ”said Health Minister Ma. said Subramanian.

States like Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand have relatively better equity positions.

Ahead of the UP assembly elections, their leadership is now in full swing to reach the non-Yadav OBC bloc.

The incident has shown renewed confirmation of the old aggressive spirit of the Shiv Sena through its younger activists.

The attack targeted a border corps checkpoint on Mastung Road in Quetta, the provincial capital, said Deputy Inspector General of the Quetta Police, Azhar Akram.

Ms. Takaichi has secured enough support from the ruling party to take part in the race to succeed Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, the public broadcaster NHK reported.

Most of the excise duty collection comes from the gasoline and diesel levy, and as sales pick up with a recovering economy, incremental collections may be over 1 lakh crore this year.

At break, India hit 329 for 6 with Rishabh Pant and Shardul Thakur on goal.

There is no threat to the ongoing fourth test against England as all other playing members tested negative.

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