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UNITED NATIONS, 17 JULY. In a major blow to Pakistan, the United Nations designated Pakistan-based terror organisation Tehrik-e Taliban's Pakistan (TTP) leader, Mufti Noor Wali Mehsud, as a global terrorist. The United States Security Council added Mehsud to its ISIL (Da`esh) and Al-Qaeda Sanctions List accusing him of "participating in the financing, planning, facilitating or perpetrating of acts or activities by, in conjunction with, under the name of, on behalf of, or in support of" entities associated with Al-Qaeda.

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NETHERLANDS, 22 JULY. In a major diplomatic victory for India, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has once again reiterated that the judgment in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case is “binding, final and without appeal”. This was the court’s response to a query by WION. The question asked by WION was: Has India or Pakistan approached ICJ in India Vs Pakistan Kulbhushan Jhadav case?

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KOCHI, 4 JULY. A 23-year-old man was arrested by the police in Kochi for allegedly posing as an officer (Lieutenant) in Indian Navy.

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, 18 JULY. On July 5, Customs officials at the Thiruvananthapuram international airport seized baggage containing gold weighing over 30 kg and valued at around Rs 15 crore. This gold was inside diplomatic baggage that landed by air cargo, and was addressed to the UAE consulate.

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NEW DELHI, 4 JULY. The Centre moved this week to designate nine men accused of promoting terrorism in Punjab as terrorists under India’s anti-terror law amended last year letting the Union home ministry ban individuals and not just organisations. The nine, the ‘nasty nine’ as one Punjab Police officer described them, have been trying to revive militancy in Punjab from their homes in five countries including Pakistan.

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NEW DELHI, 22 JULY. Geeta Arora, alias Sonu Punjaban has been sentenced to jail for 24 years by the Dwarka court in Delhi for her involvement in the kidnapping, human trafficking and prostitution. She has also been fined Rs 64,000. The Dwarka court also sentenced Sonu's associate Sandeep Bedwal to 20 years imprisonment and Rs 64,000 fine. The incident goes back to 2009 when Sandeep tricked a 12-year girl to fall in love with him and then took her to a woman named Seema on the pretext of marriage.

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NEW DELHI, 18 JULY. Chinese global giants like Huawei, Alibaba and others having a direct or indirect link with the Chinese Army and could soon face action in India.

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