Lashkar plotted to kill defence scientists at Taj Hotel: Headley on day 2 of depostion
Lashkar plotted to kill defence scientists at Taj Hotel: Headley on day 2 of depostion

David Coleman Headley, the Lashkar-e-Toiba operative, who has been implicated in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack case, continued with his deposition on Tuesday, a day after special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam told reporters that what Headley told the court was just the tip of the iceberg. The Pakistani-American

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    To his credit, Dilhara Fernando has at least kept himself in enviable shape. The sight of him running down with his tattooed arms pumping up and down under the burning Pune sun at the Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) Stadium though wasn’t as much about his return as it was a testament to the depleted stocks in the Sri Lankan camp. It also means that the Indian team, who are riding high after their 3-0 thrashing of Australia and look to be one of the few teams with an extremely settled squad for the World T20, will not be tested the way they would want to be a month prior to the big event.

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  • Mumbai: 4 ‘Chaddi Banyan’ gang members arrested

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  • Vellore blast: Meteorite claim later, they search for a shooting star

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    • The Indian Express
  • Girl who identified Kasab, says 26/11 mastermind should be hanged

    Mumbai, Feb. 9 (ANI): Devika Rotawan, the girl who was shot in the leg by terrorist Ajmal Kasab, in the 26/11 attacks and was also the youngest witness in the case who identified the terrorist in the courts, on Tuesday said that considering David Headley's statements the mastermind behind the gruesome attack should be hanged to death. "Considering David Headley's statements, the mastermind of the 26/11 attack should be nabbed and be hanged to death," Rotawan told ANI. The brave teenager also aims to join the Indian Police Service (IPS).

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  • Six days under snow, soldier survives Siachen avalanche

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    • The Indian Express
  • Bihar: Impose President’s Rule, Lalu Prasad Yadav dares Centre

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    • The Indian Express
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  • Tea-seller’s son: It was a 20-sec meeting with PM Modi, but I’m happy

    Srikant Sahu, the 22-year-old son of a tea-seller from one of the country’s poorest districts, Sunday fulfilled his dream of meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The youth from Odisha’s Nabarangpur, who had topped a national skill contest last year, was felicitated by the Prime Minister. At their modest home in Jharigaon, his father Balaram Sahu was unable to contain his happiness.

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  • Villagers of Ainavolu gladly gave up their farmland, now govt wants their homes down

    Six months ago, villagers of Ainavolu, 20 km from Vijayawada, happily gave up all the agricultural land they owned — 1,100 acres — to the Andhra Pradesh government for construction of a new capital, Amaravathi. Some of the villagers whose houses are on the line had build these houses very recently or added floors after getting compensation from the government for their land,” said gram panchayat vice-president Palakayula Arjun Rao. In July, Ainavolu had become the only village in the capital region to give up its agricultural land under the land pooling scheme.

    • The Indian Express
  • 'Meteorite' kills man in south India, authorities say

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  • Melting pot: Mumbai’s Chinese temple glows red for year of the monkey

    “But there are hardly 1,500 Chinese people left in Mumbai,” sighs the caretaker as he puffs on his cigarette. In fact, the door of the only remaining Chinese building in Mumbai, in Mazagaon, bears the words “See Yep Koon”, literally translated as inns for sea merchants. Albert’s father was a shipping contractor in the British East India Company and a wealthy man — the only one perhaps to own a Cadillac then in the neighbourhood.

    • The Indian Express
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  • DDCA issue: Delhi HC dismisses plea of Kirti Azad, Bedi

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    • ANI
  • Leopard injures five at Indian school

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  • In fact: Why it will not be easy for the cricket board to ‘fall in line’

    “Fall in line,” the Supreme Court said on Thursday, while directing the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to implement the Lodha Committee report presented last month. The reason the judges had to enter the cricket field was that the BCCI had failed to convincingly deal with the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal. For so long, the BCCI has worked behind an iron curtain.

    • The Indian Express
  • Pakistan's Yasir Shah banned for three months for doping offence

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    • Reuters
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  • Clerics ask govt to file appeal against acquittals

    MEMBERS of Jamiat-Ulema-e-Hind have demanded that the Uttar Pradesh government should file an appeal in the high court against the acquittal of 10 persons in connection with a double murder case which took place during the Muzaffarnagar riots in 2013. A meeting was organised at Rehmani colony in Muzaffarnagar to discuss the Muslim body’s next course of action. All witnesses were not produced before the court,” said Maulana Moosa Qasmi, Muzaffarnagar district spokeperson of the Jamiat-Ulema-e-Hind.

    • The Indian Express
  • IPL Auction 2016: Who they went chasing

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  • Death of Ryan student: Delhi govt to recommend CBI probe, father writes to Smriti Irani

    Parents of six-year-old Devansh Kakrora, a Class I student of Ryan International School who ‘drowned’ in a water tank at the school premises, have sought Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani’s intervention for a CBI probe into their child’s death. In a letter to Irani, the parents alleged a “conspiracy” behind their son’s death and demanded action against the school management. “Devansh’s death was too suspicious and the reasons have still not been cleared by school authorities... Being a father, I just request you to please try to hand over this case to CBI so that proper investigation can be done in this case, otherwise I know this case would be suppressed by the school administration,” the child’s father, Ramheet Meena, said in the letter to Irani.

    • The Indian Express
  • Stop random arrests of Muslim men on IS pretext: Muslim organisations

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    • The Indian Express
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  • No IS reference in arrested cleric’s speeches

    The Delhi-based cleric arrested on Friday on the basis of the National Investigation Agency’s (NIA) ‘open FIR’ against the Islamic State had asked Muslim youths in Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, to stay off Internet only 10 days ago. While Mufti Abdus Sami Qasmi had spoken in support of the erstwhile Islamic Caliphate in Turkey and asked Muslims to go to war when attacked in his fiery speeches, he did not speak openly about the IS per se, The Indian Express has found after going through Qasmi’s speeches over the years. The NIA, sources said, has not found any speech where the cleric is seen urging Indian Muslims to join the Islamic State.

    • The Indian Express
  • Ranji Trophy: Twentieth domestic ton but Manoj Tiwari ends up a T20 pariah

    There was nothing particularly significant that Manoj Tiwary could have done. The 26-year-old picked worked well to defend his team’s unforgiving 788-run target for Bengal, picking up four wickets in the fourth innings, taking his tally to eight in the match.

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  • Hardlook: Sheila Dikshit says trifurcation done after much deliberation

    The three municipal corporations of Delhi provide civic services to 97 per cent of the city. The New Delhi Municipal Council and the Delhi Cantonment Board cover the remaining areas. Justifying the trifurcation of the MCD, former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit said trifurcation was the result of careful deliberation with a view to decentralise municipal governance in the capital.

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  • EAM Swaraj meets family members of Indians held hostage in Iraq

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    • ANI
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  • Finch dumped as Australia T20 skipper - report

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  • Judicial Accountability: Govt wants fresh bill to probe complaints against judges

    The government favours bringing afresh a bill which seeks to change the present system of probing complaints of "misbehaviour and incapacity" against judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts. The Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill was earlier brought by the previous UPA government but had lapsed following the dissolution of the 15th Lok Sabha in 2014. Now the Narendra Modi government wants to bring afresh the legislation with certain changes.

    • The Indian Express
  • Celebrity Cricket League: Punjab, Bhojpuri Dabanggs thrill fans

    Punjab-de-Sher and Bhojpuri Dabanggs enthralled fans during the matches of the Celebrity Cricket League (CCL) held in Chandigarh on Saturday (February 6). After winning the toss, Mumbai Heroes chose to bat first and scored a total of 205 runs with six wickets. The star performer of the day was U Tiwary, who scored a quick 50 off just 22 balls and stayed not out till the end.

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  • Phase-wise helmet norm implementation: Diwakar Raote

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    • The Indian Express
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  • Child trafficking nexus busted by Bengaluru police, 16 arrested

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    • The Indian Express
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  • South Asian Games in Guwahati: Chandigarh swimmer wins first medal in international competition

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  • ‘Missing’ 15-yr-old’s body exhumed, hunt on for mother

    POLICE are looking for a 40-year-old woman and her friend after the body of her 15-year-old son was exhumed from a house they stayed in on the outskirts of Pune on Sunday. The woman’s father, who lives in Delhi, had been looking for his grandson, Nicholas alias Nikku, for the past six months and had lodged a police complaint in December after being told by her friend that Nicholas had committed suicide. The body was found in a joint operation by the Pune and Delhi Police.

    • The Indian Express
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  • Pietersen won't be selected for World Twenty20 - Morgan

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    • Reuters
  • Gangster Sandeep Gadoli killed in shootout with Gurgaon cops in Mumbai

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    • The Indian Express
  • DU girl abducted, murdered by boyfriend

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    • ANI
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    • AFP
  • ISI provides financial, military support to LeT: Headley

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    • ANI
  • Lifting the veil of silence

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    • The Indian Express
  • VAT department of Delhi catches huge consignment of iPhones

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    • ANI
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    • ANI
  • 26\/11 attackers made two failed attempts, lost guns at sea: David Headley

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    • The Indian Express
  • McCullum ends one-day career with strong legacy

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    • Reuters
  • More work done by Modi govt so far than previous ones in 50 yrs: Nitin Gadkari

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    • The Indian Express
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  • Thane: Police fight chain snatching with strategy used against underworld

    UNTIL A few months ago, the problem of chain-snatching in Thane was bringing the city almost as bad a name as the mafia brought Mumbai in the 1990s. At least the Thane Police’s top brass thought so, for they have now begun to use the Mumbai Police’s ‘Top 20’ strategy, used earlier to fight the Mumbai underworld, to reduce the incidents of chain-snatching in the satellite town. Back in the 1990s, when the underworld had a significant presence, Mumbai Police would circulate a ‘Top 20’ list bearing the names of 20 gangsters/hitmen who were most active at that point of time and were to be arrested on a priority basis.

    • The Indian Express
  • U-19 World Cup: India so far so good, now for the better

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    • The Indian Express
  • Gujarat land deal: Congress adamant on SIT probe, slams PM's 'silence'

    New Delhi, Feb. 8 (ANI): Reiterating their demand for an investigation into the land allotments under Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his tenure as Gujarat's Chief Minister, the Congress on Monday said that it was a clear case of impropriety, alleged corruption and a definite case of conflict of interest. "There is a clear case of impropriety, clear case of alleged corruption and definite case of conflict of interest.

    • ANI
  • Ryan student’s death: Delhi govt refers probe to CBI, police say no sexual assault

    The decision to hand over the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) was taken after the submission of a magisterial inquiry report to the Delhi government and the demand for a CBI probe by the parents of six year-old Devansh Kakrora, who was found dead in a septic tank on the campus. The magisterial inquiry found serious lapses on part of the school authorities.

    • The Indian Express
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  • How Gurgaon cops tracked down Gadoli

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    • The Indian Express
  • David Headley wanted to fight against Indian Army in Kashmir

    Pakistani-American LeT operative David Headley on Monday made several explosive revelations in his deposition before a Mumbai court. Headley told the court that Mumbai was unsuccessfully targetted two times before the 26/11 terror attack. He revealed that he joined LeT after being "influenced" by JuD chief Hafiz Saeed and had met "Major Iqbal" of Pakistan ISI.

    • The Indian Express
  • No IPL capital gains for Das’ efforts

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    • The Indian Express
  • Naidu rubbishes criticism over Smart City initiative

    New Delhi, Feb. 8 (ANI): Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Monday rubbished the criticism over the list of 20 cities selected as part of Centre's Smart City initiative, saying that the cities were selected by a process of competition and not because of any political consideration. The 20 cities were selected by competition and not because of any political consideration," Naidu told ANI. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had earlier expressed disappointment over the non-inclusion of any city of his state in the list of 20 cities released by the Centre as part of the first batch of cities to receive funds under the Smart City initiative.

    • ANI
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  • What I had dreamt that morning, came through in the evening: Manish Pandey

    The wait to Indian team was a long one for Manish Pandey but the maiden hundred in a thrilling run chase brought India its solitary win in the five-match series against Australia and brought him to centre stage. He is part of the T20 squad for the three-match series against Sri Lanka that starts on Tuesday. In a chat with The Indian Express, Pandey talks about his hundred, his mindset before the game, his childhood dream of scoring a hundred, and the best message he received after his special knock.

    • The Indian Express
  • 26/11: Why Headley silent on his Indian collaborators: Y.P Singh

    Mumbai, Feb. 9 (ANI): Former IPS officer Y.P. Singh on Tuesday questioned Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist David Coleman Headley's silence on his Indian collaborators, who helped him to plan the 26/11 attacks. Taking a strong exception to Headley's concealing his links in India, Singh said 'such depositions have got no evidential value'. The revelations made by the LeT terrorist in the Mumbai court was 'just of an academic significance' which has got no legal specificity, where the relevant people could be prosecuted in the court of law and sent to jail," he pointed out.

    • ANI
  • Court posts DDCA's defamation case against Kejriwal on Feb 23

    New Delhi, Feb 8 (IANS) A court here on Monday posted for February 23 a criminal defamation complaint against state Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and BJP's suspended parliamentarian Kirti Azad filed by the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) and its vice-president Chetan Chauhan. Metropolitan Magistrate Jagminder Singh fixed February 23 for consideration of the defamation complaint. Chetan Chauhan through his advocate Sangram Patnaik last week filed a defamation case against Kejriwal and Azad, accusing them of defaming the cricket association by passing "scandalous" remarks.

    • IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News
  • Cricket: Proposal to play World Twenty20 matches on neutral venue: Pakistan

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    • AFP
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  • Beef license for foreigners: Haryana Govt. justifies stand

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    • ANI
  • India will do well in singles in near future: Bartoli

    New Delhi, Feb 8 (IANS) India has not produced any singles player of note since the days of Vijay Amritraj and Ramesh Krishnan, but former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli is confident that the country is on the right path and will start doing well in the near future. Bartoli was in the capital to launch the second edition of Rendez-vous Roland Garros, a tournament for Indian boys and girls to earn a wild card for the junior French Open. The winners of the Indian leg will go on to face competitors from Brazil, Japan, South Korea and China in the play-offs in Paris and the eventual champions will get a wild card entry to the French Open Junior.

    • IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News
  • David Headley deposition, Mehbooba Mufti indecision, bad debts: top stories today

    Pakistani-American Lashkar-e-Toiba operative David Headley deposed today before a Mumbai court, via teleconference, on his role in 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. David changed his name from Dawood Gilani in 2006 so that he could enter India, the court head. David Headley to depose before Mumbai court today: Special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam arrives at court premises.

    • The Indian Express
  • Finch dumped as Australia skipper for World T20

    Aaron Finch has been dumped as Australia's captain in the shortest form of the game and replaced by test skipper Steve Smith just a month before the start of the World Twenty20. Selectors also axed wicketkeeper Matthew Wade from the 15-man squad for the tournament in India. Test gloveman Peter Nevill, who has never played a limited overs international, was picked instead.

    • Reuters
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  • India to renew rivalry with Sri Lanka to maintain top T20 spot

    Dubai, Feb. 07 (ANI): India will lock horns against Sri Lanka in a three-match Twenty20 International series starting in Pune on Wednesday with the number-one ranking on the T20I Championship table up for grabs. India, which vaulted seven places to first after sweeping aside Australia last week, needs to win the series against Sri Lanka to retain the coveted position. In contrast, Sri Lanka will also aim to win the series, which will help it leapfrog India and the West Indies into the top spot.

    • ANI
  • IS arrests: ‘Support went beyond online’

    Recent arrests of alleged Islamic State (IS) sympathisers by security agencies have reportedly thrown up evidence that several “online supporters” of the outfit in India were organising themselves in the physical world too. Investigations into activities of the 14 alleged IS sympathisers arrested from Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Lucknow on January 22 and 23 this year reportedly show some had assumed leadership roles and travelled between cities to meet others to “organise an IS-affiliated India group called Junood Khilafa-e-Hind”. While there is no evidence of any specific act of terror being planned by the 14, there may have been interaction with youths aspiring to travel to Syria, including “guidance” on how to go about it.

    • The Indian Express