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How much and when it happens will depend on discussions" he said Max India Chairman Analjit Singh and HDFC Life MD and CEO Amitabh Chaudhry also said the move will bring in more foreign capital in the near future Singh said its JV partner in health insurance venture UK- based Bupa is willing to hike stake in the company and a proposal in this regard is pending with the FIPB As regards Max Life Insurance Singh said "Lots o conversation is going on with multiple partners If Mitsui wants to raise stake that Mitsui’s call" Parliament on Thursday night approved the long-pending Insurance Bill that provides for raising foreign investment cap to 49 percent in the sector The controversial Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill 2015 which replaced an ordinance promulgated in December last was passed by voice vote Financial Services Secretary Hasmukh Adhia said: "The insurance sector in India will get a big boost because of passing of the insurance legislation in the Parliament today" PTI Now that it looks like the fidayeen attack on 16 Corps at Nagrota in Jammu was carried out by the Afzal Guru Squad (AGS) of the Jaish-e-Mohammed it is obvious that both the Jaish and the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) are almost competing to inflict cuts on India’s self-esteem and pride If the terror attack at Dinanagar in Gurdaspur district in July 2015 was the handiwork of the Lashkar Jaish hit in Pathankot in January this year Uri in September was a Lashkar operation and now Nagrota carries the Jaish stamp with a note written in Urdu bearing the ‘AGS’ name There is little to distinguish between the two terror groups that are said to be at the beck and call of the Pakistan Army establishment and the ISI The AGS a force of about 300 well-trained hardcore terrorists is meant to carry out spectacular high-profile attacks The Lashkar also carries out suicide attacks but this outfit is comparatively discreet and less flashy The Jaish carried out the Parliament attack in 2001 in which Afzal Guru was named as a conspirator That is why it chose the nomenclature of AGS that was formed after the hanging of Afzal Guru in February 2013 to embarrass India Army personnel take position during encounter after militants attacked an Army camp in Nagrota on the outskirts of Jammu on Tuesday morning PTI But while the Jaish through the AGS always leaves behind its imprint to claim credit the Lashkar seldom does so The Lashkar often even removes markings on their clothes which can be traced to Pakistan Only if they are carrying medicines on them those may carry a ‘Manufactured in Pakistan’ sign It is then left to the Indian sleuths to decipher the identity of the fidayeens through seized communication sets The mobile phones used by Lashkar operatives have ‘Skipe’ which is an in-house Lashkar communication system developed four years ago Another voice tool used is ‘Vibar’ Both are similar to the original apps — no originality is shown in designing new names — but the Lashkar has improvised it with a coded matrix sheet Most of the code language is Urdu with a few English words thrown in Each matrix sheet is valid only for a couple of weeks overlapping terror strikes and is extremely tough to decode Security experts point out that on a few occasions the Lashkar has even let Hizbul Mujahideen take credit for a strike carried out by the LeT These are non-fidayeen attacks since Hizbul is not known to undertake suicide attacks This serves the Pakistani purpose of projecting as if it is an indigenous resistance to the Indian state It makes the Hizbul look better and on the face of it gives the so-called movement for azaadi of Kashmir some moral legitimacy Lashkar founded by dreaded terrorist Hafiz Saeed in 1987 is a bigger outfit than the Jaish with a far greater reach Jaish was founded around 2000 by Masood Azhar who was freed by India in return for the Kandahar hijack hostages Both groups co-exist and apparently enjoy a free run inside Pakistan This anecdote recounted by an asset of the Indian intelligence establishment who had gotten close to the top commanders of the Lashkar gives a peep into the free run the terror operatives enjoy inside Pakistan "He would be taken around in SUVs along with gun-toting Lashkar operatives Whenever the vehicle would be stopped by the police at a security barricade all they had to do was roll down the window and say ‘Lashkar se hai’ and they would be given a green channel” said a handler from the Indian side The same red carpet treatment is given to Jaish operatives as well Proof that in Pakistan the state and the deep state co-exist in harmony united by hate against India Bans imposed on terror outfits are not worth the Pakistan government paper they are printed on The recruitment zone for Lashkar is Punjab province given that the leadership of the outfit is dominated by people like Hafiz Saeed who hails from the province It targets the impoverished peasantry of Punjab who are largely uneducated or at best semi-literate The Ajmal Kasab kind Finding young men willing to turn fidayeen is not much of a challenge given that the Lashkar and the Jaish feed them a toxic cocktail of radicalisation anti-India and anti-Hindu audio-visual material with the temptation of 72 virgins in heaven thrown in Cheaper young boys are available if picked up from the impoverished Waziristan and Sind provinces While a Punjab recruit gets (Pakistani) Rs 5 lakh for his family after he is gone the ones from Sind and Waziristan get only about Rs 2 lakh From India’s point of view what is worrying is that over 250 terrorists of both outfits who have infiltrated into the Kashmir Valley and Jammu region between June and November are according to sources comfortably ensconced in habitations in small towns and villages The fact that the locals do not give them up by reporting them to the state is a dangerous sign As winter sets in their presence on Indian soil is proof that New Delhi and Srinagar’s ability to effectively police many parts of the troubled state especially south Kashmir has been severely compromised By: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: September 18 2017 6:17 am Tapan Kumar Sen is serving his second RS term Top News The CPM will have no MP from Bengal in the Rajya Sabha from April 2018 unless the party chooses to send a leader from the state to Upper House when legislator Tapan Kumar Sen retires The CPM did not allow general secretary Sitaram Yechury a third term in the Rajya Sabha as it goes against the two-term policy of the Left party Ritabrata Banerjee a Rajya Sabha MP from Bengal has been expelled from the CPM His term ends in 2020 but he is no longer a legislator from the Left party Sen the only current CPM member from Bengal in the Upper House is the national general secretary of CITU the party’s trade union wing This is his second term “Something will have to be worked out There is no cause for concern for workers in Bengal However we have our comrades from Kerala and Tripura to raise issues in the Rajya Sabha It would be a crucial year for us in the run-up to the Lok Sabha polls and already the ruling party (in Bengal) has resorted to atrocities on our cadres” said a senior state secretariat member The CPM has six MPs in Rajya Sabha — Jharna Das Baidya (Tripura) C P Narayanan (Kerala) K K Ragesh (Kerala) K Somaparasad (Kerala) T K Rangarajan (Tamil Nadu) Sen (West Bengal) A section of the party believes that by not renominating Yechury to the Rajya Sabha with the Congress’s willing support the party lost one of its best speakers “Then we had Ritabrata Bandopadhyay who too was a good speaker That is why we gave him enough opportunity to rectify himself But he went ahead and tarnished the image of the party by speaking to the media Therefore the state unit was forced to take action” said a leader of the CPM from Bengal said A section of the party hopes that after Sen’s term expires the party top brass will try to seek the Congress’s backing to send someone from Bengal to the Rajya Sabha The Left Front lacks the numbers in the Assembly to unilaterally send someone to the Upper House “There are a lot of ifs and buts whether our party top brass would consider the option or dismiss such a proposal like they did in the case of Yechury’s renomination Also we have to see whether the Congress agrees There is a lot of anxiety in the party rank and file” a CPM leader from Bengal said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: August 9 2017 12:23 am Mamata Banerjee said it is a matter of pride that Kolkata would host the U-17 Football World Cup final (Source: PTI) Top News West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee urged the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) to erect a bust of former BCCI President Jagmohan Dalmiya “I think there should a bust of Jagmohan Dalmiya in CAB The way we cannot forget Gostho Pal in football we cannot forget Dalmiya in cricket” Mamata who was the chief guest at the CAB annual awards said in her address “The way he has worked for CAB and took Bengal cricket forward we can never forget his contribution” she said of Dalmiya who died as BCCI President two years ago The CAB already has a proposal to install Dalmiya’s bustnear Dr BC Roy Club House at Eden Gardens entrance but it’s pending with the Ministry of Defence the custodians of the land “We are trying for it but it’s pending with the Army for about two years now We need their permission to do anything here” CAB president Sourav Ganguly said Mamata also said it is a matter of pride that Kolkata would host the U-17 Football World Cup final in October “It’s a matter of pride We will get to see the future of world football This is a huge gain for Kolkata Sport is part of our culture” he said Mamata was gifted a personalised wall clock by CAB For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News

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