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Major News and Events of 06 June 2017

What Happened on 06 June 2017

NIA raids in Kashmir, Delhi over terror funding

According to reports, National Investigation Agency conducted raids in various part of the country including Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi,and Haryana regarding terror funding in Jammu and Kashmir. The raids were conducted at the residences, offices and commercial establishments of financiers and office bearers of separatist groups relating to terror funding. The reports also states that NIA raided Srinagar residence of Hurriyat spokesman Ayaz Akbar.

India worried about 6.5 lakh Indians in Qatar, as Arab nations cut ties with Qatar over 'terror links'

According to reports, Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE decided to severe ties with Qatar on Monday, accusing it of supporting regional terror groups and Iran. Yemen, Libya and the Maldives joined the ban.

According to reports India has 6.5 lakh Indians, one of the largest expatriate community in Qatar. Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj said India didn't foresee any problems for its own relations in the Gulf as it "is an internal matter of GCC (Gulf Coordination Council)". She maintained, "our only concern is about Indians there”.

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