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'Osama' to contest against Narendra Modi in Varanasi
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'Osama' to contest against Narendra Modi in Varanasi

BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi now has another contender for the Varanasi Lok Sabha seat --"Osama bin Laden". Meraj Khalid Noor, lookalike of slain al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden has announced his decision to enter the fray from ... IBNLive India News, 22 hours ago
'Osama' to fight ... Siasat Daily, 1 day ago
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The Telegraph

Book binds Osama, ISI and 26/11 Saeed

March 19: The ISI ran a special desk assigned to handle Osama bin Laden, and the US had direct evidence that the then chief of the Pakistani spy agency knew of the 9/11 mastermind's presence in Abbottabad, according to a New York Times article adapted from a ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago Exclusive! 'ISI kept Osama as asset, knows where Mullah Omar is'  Rediff.com2 hours ago Pakistani officials reject claims ISI ran special desk to handle Osama  Sify1 month ago ‘ISI knew Osama was hiding in Pak, had special desk on him’  Times of India1 month ago
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India TV

Know Hamid Mir, the first ever reporter to interview Osama bin Laden

India TV crime desk [ Updated 20 Apr 2014, 14:00:43 ] New Delhi: Hamid Mir was the first journalist who was allowed to interview the world's most dangerous terrorist Osama bin Laden. Hamid Mir faced many twists and turns befote reaching Osama. He ...
 India TV23 hours ago US condemns attack on Pakistani journalist  Indian Express1 day ago Hamid Mir Prominent Pakistani Journalist Shot  The Guardian Express15 hours ago El periodista paquistan?? Hamid Mir herido grave en atentado  The US Daily23 hours ago
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Gulf Times

Out in the open

BY renaming the library at Lal Masjid's Jamia Hafsa seminary after Osama bin Laden, Maulana Abdul Aziz has finally nailed his colours to the mast. According to a source at the institute, He [Bin Laden] might be a terrorist for others but we do not ...
 DAWN Group2 days ago Naming library after bin Laden sparks row  Gulf Times2 days ago Pakistan cleric names Islamic seminary for girls library after Osama bin Laden  Taipei Times Online1 day ago Pakistani Madrassa Names Its Library For Osama Bin Laden  NPR2 days ago
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The Telegraph

Now, Osama decides to fight against Modi

Meraj Khalid Noor, popularly known as Bihar's Osama bin Laden due to his uncanny resemblance to the late Al Qaeda leader on Friday announced that he would contest the Lok Sabha poll against BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi from Varanasi. "I ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Noor to contest against Modi  The Telegraph2 days ago Bihar's 'Osama bin Laden' to contest against Modi from Varanasi  Rediff.com2 days ago Osama look-alike to challenge Modi in Varanasi  Oman Tribune2 days ago
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Teen's Twitter prank gives her a panic attack — and 30K new followers

Sarah wanted to be famous, but not Osama bin Laden famous. A troublemaker claiming to be a teenage girl got the scare of a lifetime online after tweeting a terror threat to a major airline, which in turn threatened to report the threat to the FBI.
 New York Post1 week ago

Did Pakistan know about Osama Bin Laden?

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DAWN Group

No evidence that torture aided hunt for bin Laden

WASHINGTON: A hotly disputed U.S. Senate report concluded that waterboarding and other controversial interrogation methods provided no key evidence in the hunt for Osama bin Laden, according to congressional aides and outside experts familiar with ...
 Lebanon Daily Star2 weeks ago Torture did not aid hunt for bin Laden: Senate panel  New York Post2 weeks ago Torture 'Did Not Lead To Bin Laden'  Sky News2 weeks ago Torture didn't lead to Osama bin Laden: Senate report  DAWN Group2 weeks ago
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MSN India

ISI knew about Osama's hideout, says NYT

A media report stated that the ISI was in the know about the hiding place of Osama Bin Laden Reuters New York: Former ISI chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha knew of Osama bin Laden's hideout in Pakistan and LeT founder Hafiz Saeed was in regular contact with the ...
 MSN India1 month ago ISI knew about Osama's hideout, says NYT  Deccan Herald1 month ago Former ISI chief Ahmed Shuja Pasha knew of Osama bin Laden's hideout in Pakistan: New York Times  Economic Times1 month ago Former ISI chief Shuja Pasha knew of OBL's hideout: NYT  Business Standard1 month ago
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IBN Live

British journalist's book claims Musharraf knew where Osama was hiding

Former Pakistani military dictator Pervez Musharraf possibly knew about slain al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and his place of hiding, an eminent British journalist who reported for years from Afghanistan and Pakistan for the New York Times has claimed.
 IBN Live3 weeks ago Musharraf knew where Osama was hiding, new book says  Business Standard3 weeks ago "The Wrong Enemy": Pervez Musharraf knew where Osama bin Laden was hiding  Economic Times3 weeks ago Pervez Musharraf 'knew' where Osama bin Laden was hiding, new book says  Times of India3 weeks ago
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