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Saturday, November 14, 2015

High alert in India

After the horror of the terrorist attacks in the French capital Paris, a high alert has been issued. In order to strengthen the security of every state in India has been called. Saturday morning, a high alert has been issued in the Indian capital New Delhi and Mumbai banijyanagari.Union Home Ministry fears, Mumbai, India could attack again in the 26/11-style insurgency. So Saturday morning in major cities in each state in India has started to strengthen security.Five-star hotels in various cities in India, namidami restaurants, heritage, tourism, aditoriyamasaha deployed at important venues has recommended to the Ministry of Interior. Besides, the government held all over the country have been asked to strengthen security.Starting from today, the international film festival in Kolkata Kolkata. Opening the present moment a bunch of star. Talented people in every day at home and abroad will be halted. The Festival has proposed to strengthen security at the Interior Ministry.In the meantime, the film festival of West Bengal has witnessed unprecedented security measures. As well as the Howrah Bridge in Kolkata, Howrah, Sealdah station, zoo, museums, venues have stepped up security in Victoria memoriyalasaha.Union Home Ministry warning the West Main administrative building Nabanna bomatanka spread today. Sutali before harvest roll around an object vehemently to spread panic. Police and bomb squad members came to the rescue. But there was something suspicious.ISIS notorious terrorist organization claimed responsibility for the attack in Paris. India is trying to increase the activities of the terrorist organization that has been evident before. The administration did not take any risks on behalf of the whole of India has been asked to stay alert. Delhi and Mumbai, India, on behalf of intelligence agencies, especially the emphasis on keeping a strict watch. On the other hand, security has been tightened in the Embassy of France in New Delhi.Special helpline has been opened on behalf of the Indian Embassy in France. France's deputy chief of mission said Manish morning, the terrorist attacks so far found no Indian casualties. Mohan Kumar, India's ambassador to France, said, "The Indian embassy has opened helpline 0140507070. I hope all Indians were safe. "
Indian media has been compared with the Mumbai attacks in Paris, France, with Paris one of the Mumbai terrorists attacked several places. Mumbai's crowded railway station, a hotel and the terrorists were aiming resturentake.Indian President Pranab Mukherjee, Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, Rajnath Singh and Home Minister, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Congress President Sonia Gandhi and prominent personalities have condemned the terrorist attacks in Paris. President Pranab Mukherjee has strongly condemned the terrorist attacks in Paris. Narendra Modi tweeted, said: "India is next to the distress of France.

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