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26/11 trial: LeT operations commander Lakhvi gets bail
18 December 2014, Islamabad, Agencies
In a decision that caused outrage in India, a Pakistani court on Thursday gave bail to LeT operations commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, a key planner of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, just a day after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said there is no 'good' and 'bad' Taliban.
India says bail to Lakhvi unacceptable, demands its reversal
An outraged India told Pakistan that release of LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, one of the key conspirators of the Mumbai terror attacks, on bail was unacceptable to it and demanded immediate steps for reversal of the decision.
India launches its biggest rocket, tests unmanned crew module
India on Thursday successfully launched its heaviest rocket yet and tested an unmanned crew module in a step towards its manned space mission in twin achievements that gave a big push to its space prowess.
Man arrested for bomb threats, says wanted to have fun
A 29-year-old man was arrested on Thursday for making bomb threat calls for two consecutive days to police control rooms in Gurgaon and Delhi, police said. The man told police he wanted to have some fun.

Empowering the disabled is our priority: Gehlot
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As Pak mourns, security tightened across India
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh issued advisories to most states to stay alert after specific intelligence inputs poured in of similar possible attacks in India.

Security beefed up in schools after Peshawar terror attack
After receiving a five-point advisory from the Ministry of Home Affairs on Tuesday evening, Delhi Police have deployed Quick Response Teams (QRTs) outside selected schools in Delhi, police said on Wednesday.

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The HRD Minister needs to carve out a space for herself and not hide behind political heavyweights.
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Fall augurs well for India in strengthening ties with old defence equipment partner and supplier...


Vijay’s stylish century gives Ind rousing start
Murali Vijay's stylish 144 helped India amass 311 for four by stumps on day one of the second Test against Australia at the Gabba.

A Sikh devotee takes holy dip at the Golden Temple on a dense foggy morning in Amritsar on Wednesday.

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