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Newsroom diaries 2016: From Kashmir to Syria, a year in terror

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of newsroom diaries by various members of the Firstpost team. These diaries will provide you with the journalist’s recollections of a particular bit of news coverage in 2016 in which she/he was deeply involved.

In 2001 the world saw the devastating 9/11 attack, with awe and shock. That moment changed everything. We became a more scared group of people. Abandoned bags and clothing choices made us scared. This situation grew worse in 2016, for this year, we got normalised to terror attacks.

It was 2 January and a group of terrorists attacked an airbase in Pathankot, killing 8 people. This set the tone for the rest of the year and it was all downhill from there on.

The year saw some of the most incredulous attacks by Islamic State or IS-inspired terrorists. This included the Brussels airport attack where a coordinated attack by suicide bombers killed 32 people. Then was the Nice attack where a cargo truck was deliberately driven into a group of people on Bastille Day killing 86 and injuring 434. In December, the Syrian conflict had one of the worst repercussion beyond its borders with the assassination of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey in Ankara. A 22-year-old Turkish gunman Andrey Karlov shot dead the 62-year-old diplomat in what appeared to be revenge for Russia’s part in the violence in Syria.

Russia’s ambassador to Turkey was assassinated in Ankara at an art exhibit by a lone Turkish gunman shouting “God is great!” and “don’t forget Aleppo, don’t forget Syria!”. The assassination was photographed and it presented one of the most chilling moments in 2016.

An unnamed gunman shouts after shooting the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, at a photo gallery in Ankara. APAn unnamed gunman shouts after shooting the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, at a photo gallery in Ankara. AP

An unnamed gunman shouts after shooting the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, at a photo gallery in Ankara. AP

The frequency of terror attacks in 2016 was so great that changing the Facebook display pictures became a daily activity for people who sympathised with the victims of these attacks. There were regular fights on social media over the media coverage allotted to a particular attack. The logic was that when a western country was attacked, people noticed, as opposed to when the middle-eastern belt or Asian and African belt was hit. This is probably why 2016 remained etched in people’s memories, for the rise in hits on the European civilisation.

United States suffered the worst attack since 9/11

People take part in a protest against police brutality and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march in New York. ReutersPeople take part in a protest against police brutality and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march in New York. Reuters

People take part in a protest against police brutality and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march in New York. Reuters

This year, the United States suffered under attacks of gun-violence, fundamentalism and racial tension. The ‘Orlando terror attack’ where a 29-year-old Islamic State-inspired radical entered a gay nightclub and killed 49 people, was perhaps the biggest attack on the LGBTQ community. A hate-crime like this one spoke volumes about the rise of intolerance in a Trumpian era. The Orlando attack was the second major terror attack on the US soil since 9/11 and this reign of terror was further fuelled when the major movement for equality — Black Lives Matter — turned violent after the death of police officers during the protest rallies in Dallas and Baton Rouge.

Tentions escalate between India and Pakistan

Representational image. ReutersRepresentational image. Reuters

Representational image. Reuters

In 2016, there was palpable tension between India and Pakistan and one of the possible reasons was how the year started for the two nations. In January, the Pathankot attack happened and it was the beginning of the signs of mistrust between the two nations. On 8 November, when news about PM Modi’s address to the nation came in, we all thought he was going to announce something in relation to taking strong action against Pakistan.

This notion was not unfounded. For 20 minutes between the announcement of address and the actual address, theories about war were floating on the desk. This was because a month ago, on 29 September, a military confrontation between India and Pakistan began. India claimed that it had conducted “surgical strikes” against militant launch pads across the Line of Control in Pakistani-administered Azad Kashmir, and inflicted “significant casualties”. This was touted as Modi’s surgical strike against Pakistan and was instigated by the 19 September Uri attack where 17 Indian soldiers were killed. The Uri attack was reported as “the deadliest attack on security forces in Kashmir in two decades”

The number of ceasefire violations had increased manifold since then. Out of the total number of 151 ceasefire violations in 2016, 110 of them happened since September.

The palpable tension between the two nations put everyone on edge.

The normalcy of terror attacks hit a raw nerve

There wasn’t just one moment or one incident which affected me the most this year. The normalcy of the situation hit a raw note. “What terror attack are we covering today,” was a frequently heard adage on the desk. The clinical process on the desk when one of these strikes happened was: prep the live blog, write the death toll copies, write analysis copies, do reaction copy, etc. Everybody got the hang of this process after the first few attacks.

However, the efficiency of the desk meant that too many of these attacks had happened and too many people had lost their lives. 2016 had ushered in a new era of normalcy.

First Published On : Dec 31, 2016 09:24 IST

Uri terror attack: As dust settles, kin of deceased soldiers await govt’s response

Clamour is growing for decisive action against Pakistan to avenge the killings of eighteen soldiers killed in a deadly attack carried out by four alleged Jaish-e-Mohammad militants on Indian Army’s 12 Infantry Brigade base Headquarters in Uri town.

From Uttar Pradesh up to Bihar to Bengal, the kins of martyrs want the centre government to take stringent action against Pakistan for “exporting terror to India,” and killing their loved ones.

“India should carry out strikes against terrorist camps in Pakistan where these people get trained to unleash terror. The government should send forces across the border, and carry out air strikes, to eliminate these terrorists. If they are not ashamed of their act why should we be,” Anikat Yadav, a master’s student and cousin of slain Sepoy Harinder Yadav, a resident of Village Ghazipur in Uttar Pradesh, told Firstpost over the phone.

The army camp where the attack happened. PTIThe army camp where the attack happened. PTI

The army camp where the attack happened. PTI

Hundreds of people turned up to receive coffins and raised slogans against Pakistan in Jammu region, two out of eighteen slain soldiers killed in Sunday’s early morning attacks were from the region, whose last rites were performed on Monday evening.

Havildar Ravi Paul and Naib Subedar Karnail Singh, both from Jammu, lost their lives in the brutal attack, leaving their families in mourning. Both were from 10 Dogra regiment and were headed for Pathankot in a day or two for a routine turnover.

“He (Ravi) served this nation for 23 years. We are proud of his ultimate sacrifice. He was to be posted out and was joining in Pathankot in a couple of days,” Yash Paul, brother of Havildar Ravi Paul, told Firstpost.

The advance party of 10 Dogra Regiment had already left for the neighbouring state and the troops of 6 Bihar, which was replacing 10 Dogra, too had arrived at the 12 infantry brigade at Uri.

Ravi was to retire next year and Pathankot was his last posting. “His two sons were already admitted in a school in Pathankot so that they could continue their studies. We had never imagined in his the last year of his service he would achieve martyrdom,” Yash, the brother of slain soldier Ravi, added.

While Paul and Singh were waiting to leave for the neighboring state of Pathankot for their posting, Lance Naik R K Yadav of 6 Bihar, who had just landed in Uri on Friday for his new posting, was also killed in the attack.

Yadav, 33, a resident of Ballia, Uttar Pradesh has two daughters and his wife is pregnant with their third child. On Saturday he had made a call to his mother asking her about the health of his wife. “He talked for hours as if he was thinking this was his last time,” Yadav mother told reporters.

Joginder Singh, Karnail Singh’s brother, told Firstpost on a phone from Jammu that India’s response should be same and Pakistan should “feel what losing the near and dear ones means”. He said he was “proud of the sacrifice of his brother for the nation”.

“He had brought a shawl and gifts from Kashmir for his wife and was expected to visit home briefly before heading towards Pathankot. Now instead of gifts, his coffin arrived in his home,” Karnail said. Singh is survived by an ailing mother, wife and three sons.

Anmol Singh, son of Karnail Singh, who is an undergraduate student in a local college in Jammu, said that this was the time for India to hit Pakistan as much as “we could”. “I will do everything to join Army and avenge the death of my father. These people needed to be taught a lesson,” the Anmol, said.

In the village of Jamuna Balia, Howarah in West Bengal, villagers gathered outside the house of Sepoy G Dalai waiting for his body to be brought to his home for the last time.

Dalai, 22, had called his mother on Thursday and told her that he was returning home in few days. “I had never thought I was talking to him for the last time. He was an obedient child,” Dalai’s mother told visiting reporters. “The people responsible for this attack should be strictly punished,” she added.

After Sunday’s attack, questions are being asked about what kind of response the Indian government needs to take in response.

Director General of Military Operations, Lt Gen Ranbir Singh said, “The Indian Army has displayed considerable restraint while handling the terrorist situation both along the Line of Control and in the hinterland. However, we have the desired capability to respond to such blatant acts of aggression and violence as deemed appropriate by us.”

Rajendra Prasad Singh whose son Sepoy Rajesh Kumar Singh, a resident of Jaunpur village in Uttar Pradesh, was also killed in the attack, said he wished his son was killed in a war instead of a terrorist attack.

“But I also want to know why my son was sleeping in the tent. I don’t know if he was awake when these terrorists attacked them, had he been awake, I am sure, he would have fought like a warrior,” Rajendra said. Singh is survived by his aged parents, wife and a six-year-old son.

Soldiers were resting inside two tents when militants carried out the strike and hurled grenades and opened indiscriminate fire. The army said on Monday that many of its soldiers were burned alive when the tent they were sleeping in caught fire. After the wreath laying ceremony in Army’s 15 Corps Headquarters in Srinagar, the bodies of slain soldiers were flown out of Srinagar.

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Attempts to create communal tension in Goa in recent past: CM Parsekar

The former legislators being experienced should intervene in the issues which have the potential to create communal discord, he said. The Legislators Day is held to mark the commencement of first Assembly session of Goa on January 9, 1964.

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No terrorist organisation will be allowed to derail dialogue process with India: Pakistan Defence min

The minister said Pakistan has achieved immense success in elimination of terrorism through operation ‘Zarb-e-Azb’, and strict action is being taken against elements involved in terror activities. He said Pakistan strongly condemns terrorism in every form as terrorists are enemy of humanity.

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Pathankot terror attack: Instead of giving proof to Pakistan, we should attack their terrorist camps, says Ramdev

Ramdev said there is no communal intolerance in the country but intolerance towards thoughts and ideas. “Once this intolerance ends, there will be complete peace in the country. The Constitution provides us with some fundamental rights through which we can raise our voice. Stifling that voice is the intolerance of thoughts and politics,” he said.

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PM Modi’s visit to Pathankot a ‘mere photo-op’: Congress

The Prime Minister today visited the strategic Pathankot Air Force base for a first-hand assessment of the situation in the aftermath of the terror attack last Saturday. Six terrorists, believed to owe allegiance to Pakistan- based Jaish-e-Mohammed were gunned down by the security forces after a four-day gun battle. Seven Indian security personnel also lost their lives. The operation to ensure that no terrorist was hiding was carried out jointly by Army, NSG and IAF’s Garud commandos. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar had also visited the base on January five.

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He also asserted that there would be no problem as far as protest outside the seminar in the Delhi University was peaceful. Swamy had earlier said that the construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya would begin by the end of 2016 with the cooperation of the Muslim community. Meanwhile, the National Students Union of India (NSUI), AISA and the KYS are protesting at the venue of the seminar.

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Four terrorists, three security personnel killed in Pathankot IAF base attack: All you need to know

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