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Production warrant issued against 26/11 <strong>attack</strong> mastermind

Production warrant issued against 26/11 attack mastermind

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A special NIA court in New Delhi on Wednesday issued production warrant for October 13 against suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative Abu Jundal, one of the alleged masterminds of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks.

Abu Jundal,   production warrant,   Lashkar-e-Taiba,   court,   LeT,   Hafeez Sayeed,  
Sri Lanka still face potential threat from terrorism

Sri Lanka still face potential threat from terrorism

20 Aug 2014

Colombo: Sri Lanka has said that in addition to the threat of terrorism, it also faces a potential threat from remnants of terror groups like the LTTE that were involved in previous insurgencies in the country.

Sri Lanka,   threat from terrorism,   terror attack,   terrorism,   terror groups,  
Indian Mujahideen planned to send poison letters to kill targets: Delhi police

Indian Mujahideen planned to send poison letters to kill targets: Delhi police

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Indian Mujahideen was planning to send letters ‘soaked with poison’ to their targets to kill them, the Delhi Police has told a court here in its charge sheet filed against six suspected men of the terror outfit in a case of allegedly setting up an illegal arms factory here.

Indian Mujahideen,   Delhi police,   terror attack,   terrorism,   poison letter,  
Bond with neighbours to reduce heart <strong>attack</strong> risk

Bond with neighbours to reduce heart attack risk

19 Aug 2014

New York: Friendly neighbours may be good for your heart. Researchers have found that bonding well with your neighbours might extend social support network which is linked to lower cardiovascular disease risk.

Bond with neighbours,   heart attack risk,   Friendly neighbours,   social support,   neighbourhood,   ,  
Cholesterol drug lowers heart <strong>attack</strong> risk in diabetic women

Cholesterol drug lowers heart attack risk in diabetic women

19 Aug 2014

Sydney: Australian researchers have found that a cholesterol-lowering drug can lower cardiovascular disease risks by 30 percent in women with type-2 diabetes.

Cholesterol,   Australia,   type-2 diabetes,   Fenofibrate,   diabetic women,  
132 percent increase in cases of <strong>attack</strong> on women by juveniles

132 percent increase in cases of attack on women by juveniles

18 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Assault by juveniles on woman to outrage her modesty saw a 132 per cent increase and rapes committed by juveniles witnessed an increase of 60.3 per cent last year.

Juveniles,   assault on woman,   132 per cent increase,   rapes,   Maneka Gandhi,   Krishna Tirath,   Juvenile Justice Board,  
Suspected LeT operatives sent to judicial custody till 2 September

Suspected LeT operatives sent to judicial custody till 2 September

19 Aug 2014

New Delhi:  Suspected Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) men Abdul Subhan and Asahbuddin, arrested for their alleged role in conspiring to carry out terror strikes in Delhi and adjoining areas, were today remanded in judicial custody till September 2 by a court here.

LeT,   Lashkar-e-Toiba,   terrorism,   terror attack,   judicial custody,   Delhi police,  
Assam-Nagaland border clash: Homeless refugees <strong>attack</strong> Tarun Gogoi’s convoy

Assam-Nagaland border clash: Homeless refugees attack Tarun Gogoi’s convoy

18 Aug 2014

Sarupathar: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi's convoy was attacked by protesters on Monday when he was on his way to visit the violence-hit Uriamghat in Golaghat district bordering Nagaland.

Tarun Gogoi,   Homeless refugees in Assam,   Assam-Nagaland border,   Golaghat district,   Congress ,  
Software that prevents cyber attacks

Software that prevents cyber attacks

19 Aug 2014

London: To prevent cyber attack software from capturing vulnerable servers, scientists have developed free defense software that can inhibit the identification of systems by such programmes.

Software,   cyber attacks,   cyber attack software,   GNU OS,   Linux operating system,  
Job loss ups <strong>suicide</strong> risk among teenagers

Job loss ups suicide risk among teenagers

15 Aug 2014

New York: Mass layoffs can push some teenagers, especially girls, towards suicide and other suicide-related behaviour, says an alarming study.

teenagers,   suicide-related behavior,   Sanford School of Public Policy,   ,  

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