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<strong>Police</strong> seek third party help IS twitter handler case

Police seek third party help IS twitter handler case

20 Dec 2014

Bengaluru: Investigators are taking third party assistance in examining tweets posted by the alleged handler of pro-Islamic State (IS) Twitter account, Mehdi Masroor Biswas, a top police official said.

Investigators,   Tweets,   Islamic State,   ISIS Twitter,   Mehdi Masroor Biswas,  
USA not in a position to <strong>police</strong> every evil: Tulsi Gabbard

USA not in a position to police every evil: Tulsi Gabbard

20 Dec 2014

Panaji: US Congress member Tulsi Gabbard said America is not in a position to police every evil across the globe with its limited resources.

US Congress member,   Tulsi Gabbard,   USA,   ties between Hawaii and coastal state,   Goa Governor,   Mridula Sinha,   Goa Chief Minister,   Laxmikant Parsekar,   Islamic extremists threat,   Tulsi Gabbard India visit,  
Gutted at being left out of World Cup squad: Alastair Cook

Gutted at being left out of World Cup squad: Alastair Cook

20 Dec 2014

London: England batsman and former skipper Alastair Cook has said that he was 'gutted' to be left out of England's World Cup squad after fellow willower Eoin Morgan was confirmed as the new one-day captain.

London,   England,   Alastair Cook,   World Cup,   Squad,   Eoin Morgan,   World Cup 2015,  
Terrorism threaten to disrupt development, progress: Kiren Rijiju

Terrorism threaten to disrupt development, progress: Kiren Rijiju

20 Dec 2014

Shillong: Challenges like terrorism, insurgency and left-wing extremism persistently threaten to disrupt the development and progress of the nation, Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju  said on Saturday.

Terrorism,   insurgency,   left-wing extremism,   Kiren Rijiju,   North Eastern Police Academy's (NEPA),   ,  
Music <strong>sparks</strong> language development in poor kids: Study

Music sparks language development in poor kids: Study

18 Dec 2014

New York: Researchers have found that children from poor socio-economic backgrounds, who regularly attend music classes show larger improvements in how the brain processes speech and reading scores.

poor socio-economic backgrounds,   music classes,   brain processes,   speech,   socio-economic status,   linguistic deprivation,   ,  
CBI arrests Odisha DSP in chitfund scam

CBI arrests Odisha DSP in chitfund scam

19 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar: In a major embarrassment for Odisha Police, the CBI today arrested a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Pramod Panda for allegedly deriving undue financial benefits from Artha Tatwa Group, a major player in the multi-crore chitfund scam in the state.

Odisha Police,   CBI,   DSP,   Pramod Panda,   Financial benefits,   Artha Tatwa Group,   Chitfund scam,  
Militant linked to attack on Bhutto killed in Karachi: <strong>Police</strong>

Militant linked to attack on Bhutto killed in Karachi: Police

09 Dec 2014

Karachi: Police in Pakistan on Tuesday said they had killed a Taliban commander responsible for a bomb attack in 2007 that killed 139 people in a botched attempt to assassinate ex-premier Benazir Bhutto.

Pakistan,   Taliban,   Benazir Bhutto,   Bhutto killing,  
Central agencies ask UP to maintain vigil after Peshawar attack

Central agencies ask UP to maintain vigil after Peshawar attack

18 Dec 2014

Lucknow: Following Peshawar school killing, Central agencies have asked the Uttar Pradesh government to maintain special vigil in the state. "The state government has been asked to maintain a special vigil," a Central agency officer said.

Uttar Pradesh,   Peshawar school killing,   vigil,   Central agencies,   Peshawar attack,   ,  
Another bomb hoax call in Gurgaon

Another bomb hoax call in Gurgaon

18 Dec 2014

Gurgaon:  A caller kept the Gurgaon police on its toes for the second day on Thursday which later turned out to be a hoax. The Arcadia shopping complex in South City on Sohna road was evacuated after the police received the bomb hoax call.

Gurgaon,   Hoax call,   Bomb,   Gurgaon police,   NCR,  
Uber taxi driver sent to <strong>police</strong> custody

Uber taxi driver sent to police custody

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: A court here on Wednesday remanded the Uber taxi driver, accused of raping a women, in two-day police custody. The police sought custody of Shiv Kumar Yadav to question him about the fake character certificate, by using which he had got an All India Tourist Permit, a senior police officer said.

Uber taxi driver,   police custody,   Uber,   Uber taxi services,  

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