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UAE deports mastermind behind Kolkata attack
NEW DELHI, FEB. 9. In a dramatic development, the United Arab Emirates has deported Aftab Ansari alias Farhan Malik, prime suspect in the Kolkata attack outside the American Center, thereby opening the possibility of establishing that India and ... More
Indians could have done it, says Musharraf
WASHINGTON, FEB. 9. When even investigators in Karachi are saying that India's involvement in the abduction of the American journalist, Daniel Pearl, is far-fetched, the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, is arguing that the Indian ... More
Pak. denies report on Pearl release
ISLAMABAD, FEB. 9. Embarrassed over media reports on ``rescue'' of the abducted American journalist, Daniel Pearl, there was a spate of denials by Pakistan today on the ``authenticity'' of the news. It maintained that Pearl was in the custody of ... More
CBI efforts pay off
NEW DELHI, FEB. 9. The deportation of Aftab Ansari, the Dubai-based underworld don who had claimed responsibility for the January 22 terrorist attack outside the American Center in Kolkata, marks the culmination of painstaking efforts by the ... More
Bengal CM meets Advani
NEW DELHI, FEB. 9. The West Bengal Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, met the Union Home Minister, L.K. Advani, this morning and the two were believed to have discussed the law and order situation in the State. The discussion has obviously ... More
Muttawakil gives up
WASHINGTON, FEB. 9. The former Taliban Foreign Minister, Mullah Abdul Wakil Muttawakil, turned himself in voluntarily to the U.S. military in Kandahar, a Pentagon spokesman said. He was one of the closest aides of the Taliban supreme leader, ... More
Princess Margaret dead
Princess Margaret, younger sister of the Queen, died here this morning after a stroke bringing to an end a life, lived to the full and often controversially. She was 71. Her death cast a shadow over the Queen's golden jubilee celebrations, and ... More
Youth carrying bullets held
NEW DELHI, FEB. 9. A youth was arrested at the Delhi airport while trying to board a plane for Bangalore with live bullets, police said here today. Nineteen-year-old Ankit Goel, who hails from Bijnore in U.P., was carrying four bullets of .32 ... More
Threat to U.P. CM: Three held
LUCKNOW, FEB. 9. The Uttar Pradesh police tonight arrested three persons here following a threat from a certain terrorist group to eliminate the Chief Minister, Rajnath Singh, employing a human bomb. The District Superintendent of Police, ... More

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