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DEC 18 - There is no Class 9 in APS [Army Public School] anymore. All students were killed in the #PeshawarAttack. Dawood, 15, is the only survivor. So tweeted Javeria Shakil, a teacher, on December 17, a day after 141 people—132 of them ... Kathmandu Post, 1 day ago

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India tells Pak to handover Hafeez,Dawood first

India made it clear to Pakistan that if it was sincerely committed to crush terrorism, it should first hand over the terrorists who are being sheltered including the most wanted terrorists Hafeez Sayeed and Dawood Ibrahim. Referring to Pakistan's ...
 Siasat Daily1 day ago If committed to combat terrorism India tells Pak to hand over Hafeez, Dawood first  Siasat Daily1 day ago Terror — a creation of Pak politicians  Hindu Business Line2 days ago
Times of India

Peshawar school attack: Meet the boy who slept in and survived

Did a faulty alarm clock save the life of 15-year-old Dawood Ibrahim? As Pakistan reeled from deadly bombing and Peshawar went about the grim task of burying it dead youngsters, reports emerged of how one pupil at the Army Public School and ...
 Times of India2 days ago Boy oversleeps due to faulty alarm, escapes Peshawar school attack  First Post.com2 days ago Peshawar attack: Dawood, the lone survivor in his class  Khaleej Times2 days ago Dawood Ibrahim only Class 9 survivor in Peshawar school attack  India Today2 days ago

You get what you bow

India today asked Pakistan to hand over Mumbai terror attack accused Hafiz Saeed and Dawood Ibrahim, who also figures in the country's most wanted list, to it if the neighbouring country is serious about fighting terrorism. Union Minister M ...
 Siasat Daily2 days ago Pakistan should hand over Dawood, Hafiz Saeed to India: Venkaiah Naidu  First Post.com2 days ago Venkaiah's message to Pakistan: Give us Hafiz Saeed and Dawood  India Today2 days ago Pakistan should hand over Hafiz Saeed, Dawood Ibrahim to India if serious about fighting terrorism: Venkaiah Naidu  DNA2 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

India failed to kill Dawood in Karachi: Report

New Delhi- Almost a year ago India came very close, but failed, to eliminate Dawood Ibrahim,accused by in the 1993 Mumbai serial bomb blast. According to CNN-IBN, a team of Indian commandos had infiltrated into Pakistan to hunt Dawood and were all ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago India came close to killing Dawood in Karachi, called off operation after a last minute phone ...  IBNLive India News1 week ago When India came close to killing Dawood in Karachi  Rediff.com1 week ago RAW came close to killing Dawood in Karachi in 2013: report  Pakistan Today6 days ago

ISI keeping Dawood on the move

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Aged don shuttling between Pakistan and Afghan border Intelligence agencies which keep a hawk's watch on one of India's most wanted, Dawood Ibrahim, now believe that the fugitive criminal is ...
 The Hindu6 days ago Underworld don Dawood Abraham to be shifted to safe base by Pakistan`s ISI?  ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago `Dawood Ibrahim hiding in northern Waziristan, ISI looking for safe shelter for him`  Zee News3 weeks ago Dawood Ibrahim to be shifted to safe base out of Pakistan by ISI, according to report  South Asian Terrorism Portal3 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Indian "Super boys" were about to kill Dawood, last minute call aborted operation

New Delhi : In September 2013, Indian commandos had entered Pakistan secretly and were all set to kill Dawood Ibrahim, India's most wanted terrorist and accused in the 1993 Mumbai serial bomb blasts,but a last-minute phone call aborted the operation, ...
 IndiaTV News1 week ago

09th December 2014

Dr. S. Dawood Shah, Director, Crescent School, Vandalur, Chennai 48 passed away on 08.12.2014. Mr. Kalki Vaidyanathan, Former Chairman, Bharathan Publications Ltd passed away
 The Hindu1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

Satyameva Jayate Dawood Ibrahim "is not in Pakistan. He may be dead". Remember that?

NEW DELHI- Home minister Rajnath Singh today blamed Pakistan for terrorism within India during the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit in Delhi. Singh's address comes at a time when the National Investigation Agency is investigating a blast in West ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago Security Expert eyes on Indian govt's actions on Dawood's relation with Pakistan  International Business Times India3 weeks ago Pakistan sponsors terrorism, shelters Dawood, says Rajnath  Oman Tribune3 weeks ago Dawood is at Afghan-Pak border, says Rajnath  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

'It's All Funded by Taliban, Dawood': Azam Khan on Mulayam's Birthday Bash

New Delhi : Senior Uttar Pradesh minister and Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan, known for his controversial comments, has just made a significant addition to his collection. Faced with criticism over the extravagant celebrations Mr Khan has ...
 NDTV4 weeks ago Mulayam's b'day bash funded by Taliban & Dawood?  Economic Times4 weeks ago Mulayam rides a buggy on birthday, Azam Khan says Taliban, Dawood funded celebrations  Times of India4 weeks ago Mulayam's birthday an extravagant affair; 'funded by Dawood', quips Azam Khan  Daiji World4 weeks ago
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