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11/12/2012

Pakistan      Ten persons including five Shias, killed in separate incidents in Karachi
Pakistan      Four persons including two children killed in cross-border firing in FATA
Pakistan      Two militants and one Policeman killed in encounter in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India      Two civilians and one militant killed in Meghalaya
Pakistan      Son of tribal elder killed in bomb blast in FATA
Pakistan      Civilian killed in Balochistan
India      Three CRPF troopers injured in encounter with Maoists in Maharashtra
India      Encounter ends with arrest of Maoist in Chhattisgarh
India      IED recovered in Assam
Bangladesh      42 JeI-ICS cadres arrested from various places in Bangladesh
Bangladesh      RAB arrested two 'Bangla Bhai' aides in Rajshahi District
India      Two persons, including one African national arrested along with FICN in Rajasthan
India      Two of eight missing Maoists found in Jharkhand
India      Surrendered Naxals seek rehabilitation in Andhra Pradesh
India      MHA approves National Institute of Coastal Policing
Pakistan      MQM postpones Taliban 'referendum' to an unspecified date
Sri Lanka      19th Amendment to Sri Lanka Constitution to devolve power under consideration
Pakistan      Mumbai terror attack suspects trained at LeT camps in Pakistan including the port city of Karachi, reveal Investigating officials
India      CPI-Maoist indulged in mindless killings, says expelled Maoist leader Sabyasachi Panda







 
India
MHA approves National Institute of Coastal Policing

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has approved a National Institute of Coastal Policing, which will impart basic and advanced marine training to the 7,500 Policemen posted in 77 coastal Police stations in the country for maritime law enforcement as reported on November 12, by Economic Times.

MHA has spent INR 5.23 billion on the first phase of the coastal security scheme but only INR 19 million were spent by the MHA to train the Policemen from the Coast Guard for a short four-week course. According to MHA, the Policemen need training in maritime laws, seamanship, boat work, handling and maintenance navigation, training of weapons as well as survival drills if they are stranded on the sea. The institute will train marine Police from the rank of Constables to Deputy Superintendents of Police, evaluate and train new technology for maritime policing and develop standard operating procedures and best practices for coastal police of all states and union territories.

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