United States, Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign has been hacked as part of a larger cyber intrusion against Democratic Party institutions.
US media reports that the latest hack follows two data breaches involving the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Mrs Clinton’s campaign said in a statement that intruders had gained access to an analytics program used by the campaign and maintained by the national committee, but it said that it did not believe that the campaign’s own internal computer systems had been compromised.
Amidst reports of Russian involvement in trying to influence the Presidential campaign, Moscow has denied any involvement in the cyber intrusion.
FBI said, it was examining reports of cyber-intrusions involving multiple political entities but did not identify the targets of the intrusion.
Army today foiled an infiltration bid along the Line of Control in Naugam sector of North Kashmir’s Kupwara district. Two militants were killed while two soldiers also martyred in the operation.
An army official said, troops noticed suspicious movement along the LoC in Naugam sector during the intervening night and challenged the intruders, who opened fire. The soldiers returned fire leading to the gunbattle, in which two militants were killed.
He said, a soldier was also injured in the operation which was going on till last reports came in. The official said, two AK rifles, one grenade launcher and other war-like stores were recovered from the scene of the gunbattle.
This is second major infiltration bid foiled by the army in Naugam sector this week. Four militants were killed and one was apprehended alive in a failed infiltration bid on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, barring parts of Srinagar city, Anantnag and Pampore towns, curfew was today lifted from Kashmir even as normal life remained disrupted due to the strike called by separatists. A police official said, curfew was lifted from most parts of the Valley but restrictions on assembly of four or more people continued in entire Kashmir.Supreme Court has asked the Centre to file a status report detailing, what it termed, the ground realities prevailing in Jammu and Kashmir.
A bench, headed by Chief Justice TS Thakur, however, did not issue notice on the PIL, filed by senior advocate and Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party leader Bhim Singh, seeking imposition of Governor’s rule in the state.
Singh told the apex court that due to the use of pellet guns, persons are becoming blind and there are no medical facilities available to the citizens.
The court asked Singh about his visits to the Valley and to bring before it one person who is unable to go to the hospital due to the prevailing condition.
The court also cautioned Singh not to take political mileage of the proceedings.
Union Railways Minister #SureshPrabhu along with Manipur CM O Ibobi Singh laid the foundation stone of a new rail station building at #Malomnear Imphal today and launched the commencement of work on the country’s longest railway tunnel.
The 11.5 km longest railway tunnel is one of the 46 tunnels covering a total distance of 54.5 km in between the Tupul-Imphal section
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