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where the encounter took place. Telecom companies have also been asked to shut down internet connectivity in the area This was for the first time in the recent history of Kashmir that the student community launched protests after the killing of a foreign militant (Dujana) probably indicating his popularity The two militants Chaos at the Lal Chowk area of Srinagar after student protests rock the city centre Firstpost/Suhail Bhat Dujana who was identified as an A++ category militant and placed at the top of a list of 12 most wanted militants by Indian Army in May this year has been active in the Valley since December 2014 "He was an eyesore for everyone and his elimination is a huge success for the security forces" a Jammu and Kashmirpolice official said during a press conference adding that the hunt for other militants will continue with the same speed Lieutenant General JS Sandhu General Officer Commanding (GOC) of the Army’s 15 Corps said "We tried to persuade the militants to surrender but they refused" A master of disguise Dujana had the knack of hiding in the plain sight Unlike other foreign militants he had an intimate knowledge of lanes and the topography of south Kashmir and could speak Kashmiri He had earned a reputation for escaping cordons and giving a slip to security forces nearly twelve times before he was killed on Tuesday In fact in April 2017 Dujana and at least two other militants had escaped a cordon in the same village where he was killed on Tuesday A native of Gilgit Dujana rose to popularity after the death of Burhan Muzaffar Wani last year He appeared in several protests that erupted after Wani’s death He was particularly popular in Pulwama and parts of Kulgam Student threw stones atsecurity forces during clashes in Srinagar Firstpost/Suhail Bhat Police officials said that Dujana was the longest surviving militant in the Valley and had planned several attacks "Survival was his tactic He would only plan the attack and would assign others the job to carry it He has a huge following and that was a headache for us" he said His charismatic leadership had also helped amplify Lashkar-e-Taiba’s influence in south Kashmir police officials said adding that Lashkar-e-Taiba is now seen as a formidable group in the region drawing numerous recruits from the area He was elevated as the divisional commander after the previous south Kashmir divisional commander Abdul Rehman alias Abu Qasim was killed on 29 October 2015 Qasim’s death had sparked one of the first instances of mass participation in a militant’s funeral in the recent years Since then the Lashkar-e-Taiba has not only gained popularity but also managed to reinvent itself as an indigenous group as it claimed in press statement released in April 2017 The house where militant commander Abu Dujana and his associate were holed up goes up in flames Firstpost/Suhail Bhat Sixteen-year-old Dar who was also killed during the gun battleon Tuesday wasaresident of Lelhar area of Kakpora town which is believed to be the hotbed of the Lashkar-e-Taiba activities The teenageris believed to have joined militancy at the age of 14 Fascinated by a pouch of AK 47 magazine lying at an encounter site Dar had taken it home out of excitement The people in his village said that Dar was teased by local kids who convinced him that the army would go after him for keeping the ammunition He kept the pouch with him for two weeks and joined Lashkar-e-Taiba on 25 August 2015 Dar was the youngest of the five siblings and was the favourite child "He was a sensitive child and could not withstand the injustice that was happening around him He therefore took the weapon to fight" one of his neighbours said According to the police Dar was involved in bank robberies in south Kashmir Meanwhile students at the University of Kashmir also assembled in the campus and held strong anti-India protests They were planning to offer funeral in absentia for the slain militants Patna: Hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the leaders of secular alliance accusing it of pursuing regressive agenda with "18th century mindset" Chief Minister Nitish Kumar hit back dubbing Modi an "autocrat" and said he and BJP chief Amit Shah have been rattled by feedback of an imminent defeat in the Bihar Assembly polls "The people of Bihar have made Shah and the autocrat (Modi) realise the power of democratic forces in this election. they have been rattled by an imminent defeat" Kumar said in a tweet Nitish Kumar PTI Addressing a series of election rallies the Prime Minister on Sunday painted Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad as leaders with regressive agenda and with "18th century mindset" attacking the Bihar Chief Minister over the ‘tantrik’ controversy and said the RJD chief was leading the "Rashtriya Jadu Tona" party Kumar on Saturday courted controversy as a video of his meeting with a ‘tantrik’ went viral in which the tantrik was heard asking the JD(U) leader why he had teamed up with Prasad Earlier in the day Kumar attacked Modi for his alleged failure to deliver on his election promises and said the PM had made "tactical silence" a weapon of choice which was in stark contrast to his "unmatched theatrics and rhetoric by using unsubstantiated facts" "Modiji was always unmatched in theatrics rhetoric and using unsubstantiated facts Now tactical silence is his new weapon of choice" Kumar said in a series of tweets ahead of Modi’s rallies in Bihar today "The saga continues so let us brace ourselves for a repeat performance in Bihar" he said alluding to Modi’s rhetorical skills PTI Written by ANI | New York | Published: May 6 2009 4:59 pm Related News Actress Lindsay Lohan’s critics say that being her sister may harm her sister Ali’s mental healthfor the ”Mean Girls” star is nowhere a good role model Experts believe that the sibling relationship could cause harm to 15-year-old Alias Lindsay in no way can make positive life choices “If you have an older child who is breaking a lot of the rules and engaging in dangerous and risky behaviorthis can have a negative impact on the younger child” the New York Daily News quoted Dr Eva Ritvopsychiatrist and vice chair of psychiatry at the University of Miami School of Medicineas saying “Adolescents are trying to break away from their family and they don’t always make the best choices They’re looking for role models other than their parentsand often turn to peers and older sisterswho can have a very powerful influence on the younger child” she said Impressionable Ali can hardly help but notice Lindsay’s partyingstints in and out of rehaband her skin-and-bones appearance But how she reacts to those things could go one of two directionsexperts say Teens having out-of-control older sibs may copy themwhile others fall into the role of trying to protect loved ones from the person “You either try to outdo or you become a caretaker” says Dr Keith Ablowpsychiatrist and Fox News contributor “The course Ali is taking appears to be more in the direction of copying than in shrinking from the cameras and the revelry” he said Psychologist Donna LaMar said that Ali could be helped if a caring adult steps in and offers guidancesupport and perspective That person does not necessarily have to be a relative in order to be effectiveshe said “It could be a teacher or in her casemaybe someone in the business” LaMar said “The person could just say to herhey what are you doing What are you searching for and what do you need in your life right now “It’s never too late “There is always a choice to be made” she stated For nowAliwho was recently spotted holding Lindsay’s hand as they left West Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont togetherappears to be choosing her sister “Trying to get what you need as a 15-year-old girl can be a tall order when your sister is very famous and very unpredictable” Ablow said “A 15-year-old should not have to be in the role or either caretaker or competitorbut she should be in a comfortable place where she can become an individualwhere she can look at the world with security and choose what defines her” he added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Sydney | Published: January 12 2017 4:34 pm Agnieszka Radwanska took just 75 minutes to beat Barbora Strycova (Source: Express File) Top News Second-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska defeated a tired Barbora Strycova 6-1 6-2 on Thursday to advance to the Sydney International final against either Johanna Konta or Eugenie Bouchard Radwanska who will be the third-seeded player at next week’s Australian Open behind No 1 Angelique Kerber and second-ranked Serena Williams took just 75 minutes to beat Strycova It was Radwanska’s seventh consecutive win against the Czech who toiled for 3 hours and 20 minutes to beat Caroline Wozniacki the previous day than backed that up with a doubles match “She played an unbelievable match against Caro (Wozniacki) in this kind of heat” Radwanska said “There were almost four hours on court with the break I would say thanks to Caro” Radwanska has not lost in her past six finals In men’s play at Sydney Gilles Muller beat second-seeded Pablo Cuevas 7-6 (5) 6-4 to advance to the semifinals against two-time defending champion Viktor Troicki Troicki had been scheduled to face No 5 Philipp Kohlschreiber in another quarterfinal Thursday but the German withdrew with a back injury handing third-seeded Troicki a walkover Cuevas saved six set points during the first set including two in the tiebreaker In the second set Muller broke Cuevas’ serve for a 4-3 lead Andrey Kuznetsov also advanced to the last four with a 2-6 6-4 6-1 win over fourth-seeded Pablo Carreno Busta At the ASB Classic in Auckland New Zealand seventh-seeded Steve Johnson beat two-time champion and fellow American John Isner 6-3 5-7 7-6 (3) Johnson gained a vital mini-break on the first point of the tiebreaker but Isner fired down three aces to stay in the contest only for an unforced error at the net to give Johnson a 6-3 lead Johnson took the match on his first match point with the help of a net cord “Last year I was here and my attitude wasn’t the best but you live and you learn you come back and I’m glad I turned it around this year” said Johnson who lost in the first round in 2016 Johnson’s semifinal opponent will be fourth-seeded compatriot Jack Sock who beat Jeremy Chardy of France 5-7 6-4 6-3 While Sock allowed only four break points in three sets and saved two Chardy conceded 25 and saved 21 in a match in which he was often under pressure “A lot of those break points were in the first set but that’s Jeremy he’s got a massive serve massive forehand big game in general” Sock said “There were a lot of chances I wasn’t able to convert and that was pretty upsetting but I was able to battle through it and find a way” Eighth-seeded Marcos Baghdatis and unseeded Jaoa Sousa also advanced with straight-set victories Sousa beat Robin Haase 6-3 6-2 while Baghdatis defeated 2015 champion Jiri Vesely 6-2 6-4 At the WTA’s Hobart International Elise Mertens had an upset 6-2 7-5 quarterfinal win over top-seeded Kiki Bertens Mertens will play Jana Fett who beat Veronica Cepede Royg 6-1 6-4 in the semifinals Lesia Tsurenko also advanced to the semis with a 6-4 4-6 6-3 win over American Shelby Rogers Tsurenko will next play Japanese qualifier Risa Ozaki or Romania’s Monica Niculescu who played their quarterfinal later Thursday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 11 2016 7:22 pm On the occassion of International Women’s Day the dimple beauty took to Instagram to share one of her happiest selfies post her wedding Related News With a cute dimpled smile on her face actress Preity Zinta shared her first selfie after tying knot with her American beau and fiance Gene Goodenough at a private ceremony in LA recently Read:Confirmed Preity Zinta married to Gene Goodenough; Sushmita Sen congratulates theactress On the occassion of International Women’s Day the dimple beauty took to Instagram to share one of her happiest selfies post her wedding along with a powerful message for all the women in the world She wrote: “All I want to say to all the women out there is -” Don’t tell me sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon ” So dream big achieve big love big & spread the love ?? #internationalwomensday And yes Everyday is my day not just today Ting ” Preity Zinta ties the knot with fiance Gene Goodenough in Loa Angeles seepics Though her husband was missing from the picture Preity earlier had shared her husband Gene Goodenough’s picture giving up her ‘Miss’ tag to her love breaking the bars that its never too late to find love in life Also Read:Preity Zinta confirms her marriage to US based GeneGoodenough Everyone is eargerly waiting to see the pictures of the newly wedded couple Preity and husband Goodenough from their wedding ceremony In pics:Secret celebrity weddings: Urmila Matondkar-Mohsin Akhtar Preity Zinta-GeneGoodenough It was earlier reported that Preity and her husband would put their wedding images for auction and would be donating the proceedings generated to charity For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsIslamabad: Pakistan on Monday expressed concern over the launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile by North Korea and asked Pyongyang to refrain from actions that could lead to anescalation of tensions in the region and beyond On Friday North Korea fired a new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that experts say has the potential to reach the US mainland File image of North Korea’s missile Reuters Pakistan’s Foreign Office said that North Korea’s actions are in contravention to the United Nations Security Council resolutions and undermine peace and stability in the Korean Peninsula as well as North East Asia "We continue to urge the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) to comply with its obligations under the UN Security Council resolutions and to refrain from actions that could lead to escalation of tensions in the region and beyond" it said "We call on all relevant parties to pursue the path of dialogue and diplomacy to reduce tensions and work towards achieving a comprehensive solution" it said North Korea has fired 18 missiles during 12 tests since February further perfecting its technology with each launch On 4 July North Korea conducted its first test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) which it claims could reach "anywhere in the world" The UN Security Council has already imposed six rounds of progressively tougher sanctions against North Korea Written by Express News Service | Published: May 20 2013 2:13 am Related News Mothers are the most important people in every persons life No relation is as strong as the one shared between a mother and a child Mothers Day is celebrated so that we can 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