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About Prevention of Terrorism Act

Prevention of Terrorism Act is an Indian act that used to prevent any terrorist activities.

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Sri Lankan opposition politician raises fears over safety of Tamil detainees
A key Tamil opposition politician in Sri Lanka has said he fears for the safety of dozens of people detained by the government because of their past links to the Tamil Tigers.

Mehbooba Mufti finds Omar frivolous over AFSPA
Criticising Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah for his proposal to partially revoke the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti said the former seemed frivolous about the issue.

Mumbai blasts: BJP accuses Digvijay Singh of trying to upset investigation process
In the wake of the recent serial blasts in Mumbai, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday charged Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh of trying to provoke the public and upset the entire investigation process.

Will Hasan Ali be booked on terror charges?
The Supreme Court on Tuesday mulled invoking terror and other stringent penal charges against Hasan Ali, who is alleged to have stashed away over eight billion dollars in Swiss banks, for his alleged links with arm dealers and people linked to terror activities.

Photographing daughter in shopping mall can get you nailed under Anti Terror Act!
Security guards at a shopping mall in Scotland restricted a man from taking photographs of his daughter and threatened to confiscate his camera phone in the interest of preventing terror act when he refused to delete the photos.

New Lanka 'anti-terror' law allows holding of terror suspects without charge
The Sri Lankan government has lifted strict wartime emergency laws, but has introduced new legislation that allows it to continue holding terror suspects without charge.

Terrorism suspect ordered to leave London over fears of fundraising for Pak militants
A suspected terrorist has been ordered to live outside London because of the risk that he might participate in fundraising for Pakistani militant groups.

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