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Park Street gang-rape case: Absconding main accused arrested i...

Park Street gang-rape case: Absconding main accused Kader Khan arrested in Delhi. He will be brought to Kolkata today.  Khan and four more men had abducted and gang-raped Suzette Jordan from Park Street in Kolkata in 2012. While the three others were sentenced to 10 years of rigorous imprisonment, Khan, the main accused and another accused in the case have been absconding. Jordan, died of Meningitis in March 2015. She was just 40. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had called it a ... Rediff.com, 10 minutes ago
Macleans Online

'Pop': Britain's Princess Charlotte utters her first word

It was the day Charlotte and George stole the royal show in Canada. And this trip will definitely be doubly memorable for Britain’s royal family as it was not only the first trip for 17-month-old Princess Charlotte, but also where she uttered her first word in public but also performed her first walkabout. IMAGE: Princess Charlotte stole the show as she plays with balloons and said her first words in public at Government House in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
 Rediff.com15 minutes ago Prince George and Princess Charlotte have Canadian play day  Brief Report.co.uk10 hours ago Photos: Prince George and Princess Charlotte party in B.C.  Macleans Online10 hours ago Prince George, Princess Charlotte Make Royal Appearance in Canada  ABC News10 hours ago

India will deploy Rafale jets carrying nukes against China, Pak: Chinese media

India will deploy the recently bought Rafale fighter aircraft capable of carrying tactical nuclear warheads near disputed regions with Pakistan and China as New Delhi continues to be largest arms purchaser in the world, the Chinese state media predicted on Friday.  Read ...
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Pak's 2nd ceasefire violation after surgical strikes

Violating the ceasefire again, Pakistani troops opened fire from small arms along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Akhnoor district. This is the fifth ceasefire violation in the month of September and the third in the past 36 hours. "There was small arms firing (from Pakistan on forward posts) along the LoC in Pallanwala, Chapriyal and Samnam areas of Jammu district during the night," Deputy Commissioner, Jammu, Simrandeep Singh said. He said the firing started at 0030 hours and ...
 Rediff.com23 minutes ago Pakistan violates ceasefire thrice in 36 hours  Rediff.com47 minutes ago Despite surgical strikes, Indo-Pak trade unaffected in J&K  Rediff.com16 hours ago

In death and in life, they chose the Army

When the new batch of women enters the Officers Training Academy in Chennai on September 30 for a 10-month rigorous course to become officers in the Indian Army, it will have among them two women who have already conquered a battle of their own. Rediff.com's Archana Masih speaks to Nidhi Dubey and Swati Mahadik who will join the Indian Army as officers just as their deceased soldier husbands did before them. IMAGE: Nidhi Dubey, left, wife of a deceased jawan, is joining the Officers Training ...
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Will pressure Pak to end asociation with terror: US

US Senator M Warner and J Cornyn, Co-Chairs of Senate India Caucus tells PM Modi: "Will continue to pressure Pakistan to end association with terror groups. Pakistan's possible involvement in this (Uri) attack underscores our broader concern about Pakistan's use of terrorism as a pillar of its foreign policies towards Afghanistan and India." ...
 Rediff.com39 minutes ago Cornyn, Warner Condemn Recent Terrorist Attack in India, Send Condolences to Prime Minister  U.S. Senator John Cornyn10 hours ago

PHOTOS: United edge past Zorya, Inter suffer more Europa woe

- Manchester United needed the intervention of an ageing great to beat minnows Zorya as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who turns 35 on Monday, headed home a second-half winner. IMAGE: Zlatan Ibrahimovic of Manchester United celebrates after scoring the opening goal against FC Zorya. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Inter Milan's aversion to Europa League football continued with a 3-1 defeat at Sparta Prague, while AS Roma ended a continental hoodoo stretching back seven games with a 4-0 home ...
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Modi has become a prisoner of his own image

A war hysteria has gripped India. It has never happened that those who want peace have been so muted.The inflammatory commentary by politicians, experts, and journalists is a result of the mushrooming clout of the Hindu right-wing, which is ready and willing to discount peace in the region, at least rhetorically.What happened in Uri, where 19 Indian soldiers were killed in an alleged militant attack, is condemnable, but the response from the Indian government and especially the media has been ...
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Imran Khan: I will show Nawaz Sharif how to respond to Modi

Following India's surgical strikes at the terror launch pads in the Line of Control in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, Pakistan opposition party leader Imran Khan said he will show his Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif how to react to such "aggressions"."Initially I had to give a message to Nawaz Sharif, but tomorrow I will send a message to Modi too," the cricketer-turned politician said.Khan also urged people to participate in the march. "People from all over Pakistan should participate in the march to ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago No negative impact on economy, says industry  The Hindu10 hours ago Time To Act Tough, No Negative Impact On Economy: India Inc  NDTV Profit10 hours ago How India reacted to army's Uri response  Rediff.com16 hours ago

America won't stop India from more such strikes

'The interests of the United States and India are sharply aligned on the issue of Pakistan-based terrorism.''In fact, assuming US-India security relations continue to deepen, Washington could in due course help enhance India's capacities to take out anti-India terrorists,' says Michael Kugelman. On Thursday, India may have fired the opening salvo of a new campaign of covert activities in Pakistan. If so, it got off to a rather bizarre start. India announced it staged a 'surgical strike' across ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago LoC lexicon  Rediff.com1 hour ago US seeks de-escalation of India-Pak tension  Rediff.com6 hours ago Pak summons Indian envoy, condemns 'unprovoked firing'  Rediff.com8 hours ago
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