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HindustanTimes Fri,19 Dec 2014

India

‘Zaki chacha’ cleared the attacks

Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi is among seven Pakistanis accused of planning and executing the 26/11 attacks. Military commander of the outlawed Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Lakhvi was instrumental in planning the terror strike along with Hafiz Saeed.

Masterminding 26/11 attacks from the control room

Nariman House, a Jewish residential complex run by the Chabad-Lubavitch ultra-orthodox movement, was scene to some horrific killing, which lead to the death of Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and his wife along with several other hostages.

Bail to Lakhvi clearly shows Pak’s real face: 26/11 victims

 Survivors, and families of those killed in the audacious 26/11 attacks in Mumbai, have questioned Pakistan’s commitment, if any, to combating terrorism in the backdrop of the decision of a Pakistan court to release Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi.

Ashram eviction: Three of a family 'commit suicide'

A day after five sisters from Bihar were evicted by police from the Aurobindo Ashram in Puducherry following a Supreme Court order, two of them and their mother allegedly committed suicide by jumping into the sea on Thursday, police said.

IIT-B recruitments: Students placed may cross 1,000 in 1st phase

With the first phase of placements at the IIT-B nearing an end, the total number of students expected to be placed could reach the 1,000 mark, a rise of more than 10% compared to last year.

In tune with the times, Maharashtra govt to revamp the education system

The government has also decided to do away with the negative marks system in the central entrance test (CET) for medical college admissions in Maharashtra.

Catching ’em young: A civic movement that trains students

A civic movement in Mumbai is creating an entire generation of citizens who are not only aware of their rights and duties, but are also proactive in making a difference.

Maharashtra: Panel to decide on shifting jails outside cities

The state government will set up a high-level committee to examine the feasibility of shifting central jails outside city limits, CM Devendra Fadnavis announced in the legislative assembly on Thursday.

Change begins with you: Citizens strive to make a change in Mumbai

This is your city and change begins with you: No one understands this motto better than some residents and housing societies who have addressed the issues that plague their wards head on.   

Jet Airways to add more flights on domestic routes from Dec 23

Jet Airways, India’s second largest airline (by number of monthly travellers) on Thursday said it would add 12 new daily services on domestic routes starting December 23.

Sonia in hospital with respiratory problem, stable

Congress president Sonia Gandhi was admitted to Sir Ganga Ram hospital with lower respiratory tract infection (mostly due to pneumonia or bronchitis) on Thursday evening.

CAT results delayed, students fret

Aspirants hoping to secure admission at the IIMs and other B-schools are likely to be in for a long wait, as the results for the Common Admission Test (CAT) has been delayed.

Nagpur: MLAs condemn 'offensive' editorial on farmers in assembly

As members of NCP, Congress and Shiv Sena condemned the write up, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis too joined the issue, saying, 'newspapers should not cross their limit.'

Accept Dharmadhikari panel recommendations on women safety: HC tells govt

The Bombay HC on Thursday observed that no useful purpose would be served in setting up committees and panels to suggest ways and means to curb crimes against women unless their recommendations are accepted.

Madhya Pradesh’s Irani community wants name off swindlers' list

For the Irani community settled in Madhya Pradesh, the flair for conning people by a section among them is their biggest problem, an unwanted, unwavering spotlight from which there is no escape.
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