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Malegaon blasts: While Sadhvi Pragya escapes the law, ...

Malegaon blasts: While Sadhvi Pragya escapes the law, Karkare'...

Remember Hemant Karkare, the police officer who died on the streets of Mumbai battling terrorists? No, Ajmal Kasab and his gang did not kill Karkare on 27 November 2008. He died a thousand painful deaths on Friday the 13th when the National ..., 1 week ago

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Irish Mirror, 1 month ago

Ajmal Kasab was to be traded with 26/11 hostages: Headley

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Mumbai, March 26 -- Pakistani-American Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative David Coleman Headley, on the third day of his cross-examination by defence advocate, ...
 HT Syndication1 month ago Attempts were made to trade Kasab with Israeli hostages of 26/11: Headley  Firstpost.com1 month ago Kasab was to be traded with Israeli hostages of 26/11: Headley  Yahoo! India1 month ago Kasab was to be traded with hostages: Headley  Times of India1 month ago

Chhagan Bhujbal, Former Minister, Is In Jail Cell He Built For Kasab

Call it cosmic irony. Maharashtra politician Chhagan Bhujbal, jailed for alleged corruption, is in the high security cell that was built under his supervision as a minister in 2008. The cell was constructed for Ajmal Kasab, the only terrorist ...
 NDTV1 month ago Barrack that Bhujbal the minister built now houses Bhujbal the accused  Mumbai Mirror2 months ago
Pune Mirror

Bhujbal created Kasab's barrack, now lives in it with Peter Mukerjea

Mumbai: In 2008, as the then public works department minister, Chhagan Bhujbal was helming a project to convert an office space in the Arthur Road jail into a special high security enclosure. It gave birth to Barrack No.12, a sprawling cell ...
 Times of India1 month ago Bhujbal and Mukerjea: Of sharing cell, dabba at Arthur Road prison  Pune Mirror1 month ago Bhujbal lodged in barrack he once constructed as minister, eats home food with Peter Mukerjea  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Bhujbal and Peter: Of sharing cell and dabba  Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

Bhujbal lodged in barrack that housed Kasab, Dutt

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Mumbai, March 18 -- After two days in police custody, former deputy chief minister and NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal was remanded in judicial custody on Thursday ...
 HT Syndication2 months ago
Times of India

Rekindling hope

Aishwarya Rai and Randeep Hooda explain how Sarbjit is a special film for both India and Pakistan Sarbjit has opened to mixed reviews and the media is critical of casting Aishwarya Rai as Dalbir Kaur, the sister of Sarabjit Singh, who fought for ...
 The Hindu17 hours ago Randeep Hooda: Sarabjit is special for both India and Pakistan  Times of India22 hours ago


This Anti-Terrorism day, ADC pays tribute to heroes who fought against terrorism Terrorism, a word that immediately creates a sense of danger and insecurity, which has been a topic of discussion across the globe. Not bonded by caste, creed, ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier3 days ago

Sarbjit review: For crying out loud

Film: "Sarbjit" Director: Omung Kumar Cast: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Randeep Hooda, Richa Chadda, Darshan Kumaar, Ankita Shirvastav When we first see Sarabjit Singh (Randeep Hooda), he has his arms stretched out like he is in a Karan ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago Sarbjit: For crying out loud  New Indian Express3 days ago
Sakaal Times

Sarbjit: A high-pitched drama

It is a senseless tragedy — a man drunkenly crosses the border and spends the next 23 years under horrific conditions in a Pakistani prison. Sarabjit's story has been well documented, and it known how his sister Dalbir Kaur fought doggedly for ...
 Sakaal Times3 days ago

Monsters Across the Border?

A Gallup study found that 73% of Pakistanis polled felt that their opinion about Indians changed for the positive after meeting them. Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on WhatsAppShare via Email I will go to hell now, wailed ...
 Kashmir Observer3 days ago
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