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Detailed Discussion on Various facets of Terrorism in INDIA.

Detailed Discussion on Various facets of Terrorism in INDIA.

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    • TERROR TARGET IN D IA COMPILED BY DIPTAKSHYA BANERJEE SEC- B , ROLL NO:- 76 MBA- (2008-10)
    • The SELF-PROCLAIMED MARTYRS OF “ TERRORISM ”
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    • MAJOR TERRORIST ACTIVITIES
      • March 12, 1993 - Bombay bombings, 257 deaths.
      • December 13, 2001 - Attack on the parliament complex in New Delhi ,7deaths.
      • September 24, 2002 - Terrorists attack the Akshardham temple in Gujarat, killing 31.
      • July 5, 2005 - Shri Ram Janmabhoomi attack in Ayodhya
      • October 29, 2005 - Three powerful serial blasts in New Delhi. About 70 people died in this incident.
      • July 11, 2006 - At least 200 people killed in a series of 7 train bombing during the evening rush hour near Mumbai.
      • August 25, 2007 - at least 42 people were killed in two blasts in Hyderabad's Lumbini park and a restaurant.
      • May 13, 2008 - at least 63 were killed in 9 bomb blasts along 6 areas in Jaipur.
      • July 26, 2008 - at least 29 were killed and over 110 injured in 17 serial bomb blasts in Ahmadabad.
    • TERROR-PRONE STATES IN INDIA Northern and Northwestern India Jammu and Kashmir Punjab Bihar Uttar Pradesh North-eastern India Nagaland Assam Manipur Mizoram South India Andhra Pradesh Tamil Nadu
    • BOTH THESE THREATS IS BRINGING DEVASTATION FOR OUR COUNTRY
      • EXTERNAL THREATS
      • INTERNAL THREATS
      • Al-Qaeda
      • Lashkar-e-Taiba
      • Jaish-e-Muhammad
      • Harakat -ul-Mujahedeen
      • Harakat ul-Jihad-I-Islami (HUJI)
      • PAKISTAN ARMY
      • CHINESE ARMY
      • The United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA)
      • Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE)
      • The Communist Party of India (CPI-MAOISTS)
      • People's War Group (PWG)
      • People's Liberation Army
      • Mizo National Front
      • National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Isak-Muivah (NSCN-IM)
    • “ RING OF FIRE ”
    • THE OUTCOME
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    • COUNTER STRATEGY
      • Establishing a FEDERAL AGENCY.
      • Providing special powers to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)
      • Strengthening the Existing multi-agencies centres like:
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      • Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) The Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) Intelligence Bureau (IB) – HOME MINISTRY
    • MY ANALYSIS: INDIA WAS NEVER BEEN THE PRIME TARGET OF TERRORISM.IT WAS ALWAYS A SECONDARY ONE. THE TERRORIST ACTIVITIES SHOWS SUCH TRENDS THAT AS INDIA IS THE LARGEST DEMOCRACY & ONE OF THE MOST EMERGING ECONOMIES OF THIS CENTURY , SO THERE AROUSED SOME CONFLICTS OF INTEREST WITH THE MID-EAST BASED TERROR GROUPS.THE TERROR GROUPS MAKE CERTAIN ATTACKS JUST TO MAKE THEIR PRESENCE FELT (BOTH INTERNAL & EXTERNAL).OR ELSE OUR COUNTRY COULD HAVE BEEN DESTROYED LONG BACK