2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Mumbai Heat No handover of wanted men Islamabad, December 9
Pakistan today said any of its citizens found to be linked to the Mumbai terror attacks will not be handed over to India, but tried under the country's own laws.
India is closely monitoring the ongoing raids by the Pakistani authorities on terrorist hideouts in Pakistan and expects Islamabad to go beyond “tokenism” by cooperating fully and transparently with New Delhi in bringing to book the perpetrators of the audacious attack on Mumbai.
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Upbeat Cong ready to take on Oppn; federal agency, meltdown on agenda New Delhi, December 9
The resounding poll victories of the Congress in three out of five states will set the tone for discussions in the phase two of the 14th session of Parliament, starting tomorrow.
In the evening, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh met President Pratibha Patil and discussed internal security, the Mumbai terror attacks and other issues of national importance.
Police reveals names of all Mumbai attackers Mumbai, December 9
Police have obtained the names of nine terrorists, killed in encounter during November 26 terror attack on
Mumbai, from Mohammed Ajmal Amir Iman who was caught alive and is in police custody, a senior police official said.
Shoaib alias Soheb from Sialkot, 20-year-old, was the youngest of the group while Nasir alias Abu Umar from Faisalabad was the oldest at 28.
Union minister booked Patna, December 9
A construction company has lodged a complaint against the union minister of state for civil supplies Mohammed Taslimuddin and his son Mohammed Sarfaraz , a former minister of Bihar, for demanding Rs 2 crore as extortion.
judges Centre bends, goes by collegium New Delhi, December 9
After dithering for weeks, the government has finally accepted the recommendations of the Supreme Court Collegium for the elevation of three judges to the apex court, ending the rift on the issue that was threatening to snowball into a
Expelled cadet returns to IMA on fake
papers Dehradun, December 9
Authorities at the Indian Military Academy (IMA) have handed over a 30-year-old Gentleman Cadet (GC) undergoing training at the academy on “fake identity” to the Dehradun
Sanjeev Kumar Yadav alias Deepak Yadav being taken into custody.
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Scam 8-yr rigorous imprisonment for Lt
Col Chandigarh, December 9
A general court martial has sentenced a lieutenant-colonel serving with the Military Farms to eight-year rigorous imprisonment, besides cashiering him from service for the alleged acts of corruption, it is
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