2010, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Terror strikes Pune; 9 dead
First major attack post-26/11
3 foreigners dead
Over 32 injured
Pune/Mumbai, February 13
A bomb ripped apart a bakery popular with foreign tourists in Pune on Saturday, killing at least nine persons, including three foreigners, and injuring more than 45 in the first major attack since the Mumbai massacre of 2008.
revisits: German Bakery in Pune where the blast took
place on Saturday evening, killing nine persons. — PTI
Srikrishna panel ready with plan Members to visit Hyderabad soon New Delhi, February 13
Meeting for the first time after its formation, the high-level committee on
Telangana, headed by retired Supreme Court judge Justice BN Srikrishna, today chalked out “certain plans”, including visits to Hyderabad and other places, while examining demands for both separate Telangana and united Andhra
Teen’s Death BSF suspends CO Srinagar, February 13
The Border Security Force on Saturday suspended the Commandant of 68th Battalion in connection with the alleged killing of teenager Zahid Farooq here on
forces storm Taliban bastion Marjah (Afghanistan), February
Thousands of US Marines and Afghan
soldiers stormed the Taliban stronghold of Marjah before dawn today,
sweeping by air and ground against scattered resistance into the biggest
southern town under militant control.
lifts ban on student visas New Delhi, February 13
Good news for students in North
India wanting to go to the UK for studies. Britain’s Minister for
Business Innovation and Skills Pat McFadden today announced that from
March 1 the Tier-4 visa application suspension in North India will be
lifted for all students wanting to undertake higher education courses,
whether foundation degrees, undergraduate or postgraduate.
Elderly inmates want to die as free men Legal hurdles in way of their release
Bathinda, February 13
Two elderly inmates of the Central Jail here are aspiring to die as free men, but legal hurdles are coming in the way of their
release. The two, Harnek Singh (98) and Mahabir Prasad (85), are undergoing imprisonment on the charges of murder and are now in a very bad state of health.
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