Exercise caution at the following metro stations in Delhi as these have been identified as vulnerable to security of women and crime -
Govindpuri, Jama Masjid and ITO have been identified on Violet Line; Dwarka Mor, Uttam Nagar, Janakpuri West and East, Tilak Nagar and Shadipur on Blue Line; and Chandni Chowk, Kashmere Gate, New Delhi, Adarsh Nagar, Vishwavidyalaya and Jahangirpuri on Yellow Line.
High alert in J&K for Amarnath Yatra, spike in terrorist attacks, law and order situations anticipated. Alarming rise in vigilante actions, lynching raises concerns. Student protests clashes in colleges during admission season West Bengal and Kerala. Protests Assam against Citizenship Bill likely to continue. Milk producers blockade in Western Maharashtra raise concerns. Very high security in Puri, Odisha, and Ahmadabad for Rath Yatra, Indefinite nationwide truck strike from 20 July, supply chain and services to be affected, protests, rallies anticipated in Central, New Delhi as parliament session begins on 18 July. Mumbai, Gujarat, Konkan, Goa, MP disruptions likely due to heavy rains. High alert in terrorist affected zones North East and Central Indian areas under Left Wing Extremist influence continues. Plan managed security cover while operating in the districts with violence in North East, J & K and Central India. Avoid areas with large crowds. Remain aware of the surroundings, monitor local events and ensure high degree of vigilance for personal safety in the areas identified. Heat wave alert North, India. Disclaimer - [Based on Open Sources. Subscribe to Weekly Alerts to get full details - email@example.com]
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As Islamic State of Iraq and al Shams (ISIS) hold over swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria weakens due to international military efforts and the likelihood of its battle-hardened foreign fighters returning to their respective homeland increases, agencies here have warned of a "grave" terror threat from the Indian returnees. Sources in the intelligence agencies estimate that number of Indians battling it out as foreign fighters in IS territory is between 40 and 50. This, they feel, is far more serious than the current trend of online radicalisation by Syria and Afghanistan-based IS recruiters and handlers, as a direct, personal indoctrination would have far more impact and outreach. [Source - Times of India 31 December 2016. Reproduced in Public Interest]