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Anees Ibrahim whisked away to Pakistan?
MANAMA (BAHRAIN), DEC. 14. Anees Ibrahim, wanted by India for his alleged involvement in the Mumbai bomb blasts, appears to have been whisked away to Pakistan from Dubai and has not been legally deported. According to highly-placed sources, the ...
CBI jolted, seeks confirmation from UAE
NEW DELHI, DEC. 14.Jolted by the surprise "deportation" of the underworld don, Anees Ibrahim, reportedly to Pakistan, the Central Bureau of Investigation today shot off a communication to the United Arab Emirates, asking the authorities to ...
Two LeT terrorists killed in Delhi encounter
NEW DELHI, DEC. 14.Two heavily-armed terrorists, suspected to be Pakistan nationals belonging to the Lashkar-e-Taiba, were gunned down after an exchange of fire with the Special Cell of the Delhi police near Tughlakabad Fort here on Saturday. ...
Masood Azhar released on Lahore High Court's order
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 14. Pakistan today released Masood Azhar, chief of the banned militant outfit, Jaish-e-Mohammad, after a court turned down Islamabad's request to extend his remand for three months. The Lahore High Court said the authorities ...
Charges not pursued seriously: India
NEW DELHI, DEC. 14.India today said the release of Masood Azhar, founder of the Jaish-e-Mohammad, by a Pakistani court, made it "quite clear" that the charges against him had not been pursued with "any seriousness" by Islamabad. Using strong ...
One Punjab judge exonerated
NEW DELHI, DEC. 14. In a significant development, the Chief Justice of India, G. B. Pattanaik, is believed to have exonerated one of the three tainted Punjab High Court Judges, against whom the in-house committee found enough material to show ...
Counting today
AHMEDABAD, DEC. 14. Counting of votes in the Gujarat Assembly elections, which saw a keen contest between the BJP and the Congress, begins tomorrow and all results are expected by afternoon. In all, 181 Assembly constituencies went to the polls ...
Missile recovered
SRINAGAR, DEC. 14. The security forces today recovered a Pakistan-made anti-aircraft missile from a militant hideout in Nagri-Malpora forests in north Kashmir, sources said. A team of 24 Rashtriya Rifles raided a hideout in the forest of ...
Yemen takes delivery
SANAA, DEC.14.Yemen took delivery today of 15 Scud missiles with warheads and fuel from North Korea when a freighter docked at a naval base at Al-Hodeida on the Red Sea, officials said. An international fracas erupted last week when Spanish ...

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