NEW DELHI: 'Imam Sahab' for potassium chlorate, 'badam rogan' for nitro-benzene, 'Changez Khan' for potassium nitro chlorate, 'Halaku Khan' for magnesium and 'Kalmi Shora' for ammonium nitrate. These are some of the code words used by Pakistan-based ... Times of India, 1 month ago
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Peeli Dal at Shakahari, Chawri Bazar After Karim's, this veggie heaven offers the best peeli dal in town. A savoury experience you shouldn't miss. Fish Fry at Ganesh Karol Bagh (Gurudwara Chowk) A shop tucked in a small corner near the ...New Indian Express, 4 days ago
Home » District By LARKANA: The residents of Nazar Muhalla and Bhains Colony held a protest demonstration and staged a sit-in on Jinnah Bagh Road here on Thursday against unannounced power outages in their localities. Due to blockade of the main ...Pakistan Press International, 6 days ago
It is not uncommon for practitioners on the two sides of the divide to cross swords over questions of creative liberty and fidelity. Readers of an adapted book frequently jump into the fray to pour scorn on the film version of a much-loved story for ...The Sunday Indian, 1 month ago
That terrorists communicate in codes is a given. Often intelligence agencies stumble upon words that are hard to decipher. The key lies in analysing the word in context, say experts. An Indian Intelligence Bureau official told rediff.com, “When a conversation is suspect, there is a great deal of analysis done before we figure out what exactly the coded word means. It needs to be understood in a particular context before we can make sense out of it. Mostly we pick it up when it is ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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