Comment · print · T T T+· T- Bolla Lakshman (34) of Chandur village under Varni police station limits hacked to death his wife Roja alias Swapna (30), and killed himself later by hanging to the ceiling at their residence after midnight ... The Hindu, 1 month ago
Suspecting fidelity man hacks wife to death, hangs self - The Hindu, 1 month ago
'Whether it's investments in Kashmir, building naval facilities, or selling top-of-the-range military equipment, Pakistan could well benefit more under Xi's watch.' 'Do Chinese concerns about the 'Islamisation' of Pakistan give it pause about how quickly to move forward with security and economic projects? At the moment the indication is quite the opposite: China is doubling down on its support to Pakistan, partly because of its fears about where the country is headed.' Chinese President Xi ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
@SinghRPN @srikantasingh Thank you for your good wishes @milinddeora RT @QPRtrust: See photos from Chris Ramsey & co's trip to the @milinddeora Mumbai Soccer Challenge on http://t.co/U1JyoTrn1N #QPR http://t. … @digvijaya_28 RT ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
It is the roar of the roadies once again! Rannvijay Singha, Esha Deol, Karan Kundra and Vijender Singh chat about the show's next season. They say it would be really extreme! The team was in Soho and talked about the show at length. Priyanka ...ABP Live, 1 month ago
In a startling, unexpected, development, the United States and Cuba ended over 50 years of estrangement on Wednesday, December 17. American Presidents had forbade any contact with Cuba since Fidel Castro's revolution brought the Communists to power in Havana. Last year, Vice-President Hamid Ansari spent a couple of days in Havana and was granted a rare audience with the ailing Fidel Castro. Nikhil Lakshman/ Rediff.com, who travelled with the Vice-President, spoke to Indian officials who ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Omar Khorsani has called repeatedly for the most barbaric of attacks. He is very adept on social media. He is, in other words, eerily similar to the ISIS leader Baghdadi.The crux of the Pakistan army's 'strategic asset' policy -- its policy of regarding militants as those that can help Pakistan pursue its regional interests -- is that Pakistan needs help in weakening India or in keeping its presence minimal in the region.' Michael Kugelman reveals what the world can expect next from the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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