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Rana, Headley indicted
Did legwork, provided material support to LeT for 26/11
Chicago, January 15
Pakistani-origin Chicago resident Tahawwur Hussein Rana was today indicted by a federal grand jury here along with American citizen David Coleman Headley on charges of preparing the groundwork and providing material support for the LeT to carry out the Mumbai terror attack.
What a spectacle! Faith & science converge to watch Ring of Fire
New Delhi, January 15
Millions of Hindus bathed in holy rivers and tanks across India after a four-hour celestial spectacle that turned the sun into a �Ring of Fire�, bringing out science enthusiasts to view and record the rare event.
Jawans observe the eclipse near Taj Mahal in Agra on Friday. � PTI
Aussies to bring own cops for C�wealth
Games Melbourne, January 15
Jittery about the security in India, Australian delegation for this year's Commonwealth Games in Delhi will be accompanied by the country's Federal Police.
�Determined to act against attackers� New Delhi, January 15
Amid an outcry in India over violence against Indian students Down Under, Australian High Commissioner Peter Varghese today said the Australian authorities were determined to find out and take action against those involved in the attacks on Indians.
Oz man thrashes Indian cabbie; jailed within hours A man, who went berserk in an alcohol-fuelled racist attack on an Indian taxi driver around 2.15 a.m. today, was swiftly awarded 3-month imprisonment and fined A$ 1,520 within hours of his being caught.
A SAD protester at a rally in New Delhi on Friday. � A Tribune photograph
Plum postings for SIs, ASIs:
6 DGP office clerks booked Mohali, January 15
The Punjab police today registered a case of corruption against six clerks of the Chandigarh-based office of the state police chief for allegedly facilitating prized postings for around 400 non-gazetted officers, including assistant sub-inspectors and sub-inspectors, after their promotion.
Maths Greek to rural 5th graders
64 pc of them can�t divide; 40 pc can�t read New Delhi, January 15
With almost half of Class V children in rural India three grades behind in learning levels than where they should be and 64 per cent unable to divide, quality of school learning remains the single biggest challenge for the government, working to notify the Right to Education Act.
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