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FBI releases age-progressed images of killers of Neerja Bhanot
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FBI releases age-progressed images of killers of Neerja Bhanot

IMAGE: Age-processed photos of Wadoud Muhammad Hafiz al-Turki, left, and Jamal Saeed Abdul Rahim. Photograph: Courtesy FBI Over 31 year after the hijacking of a Pan Am plane in Pakistan, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has released new age-progressed images of four suspects in the deadly incident that left 20 people, including Indian flight attendant Neerja Bhanot, dead. Chandigarh-born Bhanot was the senior flight purser on Pan Am Flight 73 hijacked in Karachi in 1986.   She was ... Rediff.com, 4 days ago
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Pak Taliban claims Benazir Bhutto's assassination in new book

The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto in 2007, saying it killed her as she allegedly planned to collaborate with the United States against the 'mujahideen' if she returned to power, says a book by the banned terror group. "The return of Benazir Bhutto was planned at the behest of the Americans as they had given her a plan against the 'Mujahideed-e-Islam'. Baitullah had received information of the plan," the book claimed, ...
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'US wants Haqqanis, not Saeed'

'Perhaps the biggest indication was its striking decision in November to delink LeT from its aid certification process.''The administration decided that the US, in order to send military aid to Pakistan, would not need to certify that Pakistan is cracking down on LeT.''Perhaps the administration was trying to offer a carrot -- in effect, we're backing off on LeT, but in return we expect you (Pakistan) to go after the Haqqanis.''Either way, the optics were dreadful for the US given that Hafiz ...
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Pakistan cricket won't die if we don't play against India, says Miandad

'They haven't played against us since the last 10 years, so what? Has our cricket gone down?' 'No we have done well. The Champions Trophy win is an example.' IMAGE: India and Pakistan cricket fans. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images Former captain and coach Javed Miandad has called on the Pakistan Cricket Board to forget about playing India in the near future and instead focus on improving the game's structure.   "They don't want to play with us so be it. Our cricket will not ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Why all countries want to play against Kohli & Co.  Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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What India must worry about in 2018

'China's growing nexus with Pakistan and the two countries' unresolved territorial disputes with India continue to pose a formidable national security threat to India,' says Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). IMAGE: Soldiers at an encounter with Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists in Kashmir, June 16, 2017.The soldiers were simultaneously battling stone pelters trying to distract the army and let the terrorists escape.Photograph: Umar Ganie for Rediff.com The polycentric new world order, which was ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago SMOG: Delhi, Lahore's common enemy  Rediff.com2 months ago
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What India's fast bowlers must do in South Africa

'Bhuvneshwar can swing the ball, Bumrah has a difficult action to pick, Shami's seam position is outstanding, one of the best probably in world cricket, and his rhythm is outstanding.''Umesh is fantastic as well and so is Ishant.''So we have all the tools.''It is just about them hitting the right length as quick as possible.' IMAGE: Bhuvneshwar Kumar with Mohammed Shami. Photograph: BCCI In his prime, Irfan Pathan could make the ball talk. A search on Youtube for the best first over bowled in ...
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Why Indira Gandhi still rules India

'Modi's political economy is more inspired by Indira Gandhi than Vajpayee.''She so wanted an Opposition-mukt Bharat.''Sounds familiar?' asks Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra D Modi mocks Indira Gandhi while addressing an election rally in Morbi, Gujarat, November 29, 2017. Photograph: PTI Photo One reason I so love my job as a journalist is that I also love to tell stories. It's a regret, therefore, that I do not have many stories for my columns on Indira Gandhi's birth centenary.
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Brilliant commanders and brave men won India the 1971 War

Air Vice Marshal Arjun Subramaniam's book India's Wars: A Military History, 1947-1971 gives the reader deep insights into the sharp military minds that shaped battlefield tactics and the precision with which they were executed.Here, Air Vice Marshal Subramaniam describes how the 1971 war reaffirmed the importance of inspirational senior leadership in battle and heralded the emergence of a new fighting class amongst younger officers and men of India's armed forces.Published with the author's ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Exclusive! The mantra that handed the Indian Army victory in 1971  Rediff.com1 month ago
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6 dead, 200 injured in clashes between Pak police, protesters

Pakistan on Sunday called in the Army to restore order after violent clashes erupted across the country between police and protesters belonging to hardline religious groups, leaving six people dead and more than 200 others injured in the capital. Violence spread to other parts of the country after the police aided by paramilitary Rangers and Frontier Constabulary on Saturday lunched a massive operation in Islamabad against activists of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Violence erupts in Pakistan after govt crackdown on protesters  Rediff.com1 month ago
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26/11 perpetrators in Pak jails 'know' they won't be punished

Saeed's release has virtually 'boosted up the morale' of the six suspects facing the trial in Pakistan for the last eight years, believe Saeed's supporters. M Zulqernain reports from Lahore. Nine years have passed since 10 Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists killed 166 people in Mumbai, but none of the suspects have been punished, indicating that this case has never been a priority for Pakistan, especially after the release of the attack's mastermind Hafiz Saeed, ...
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