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City police, LAPD to join hands for capacity building

Monday 9 December '13

Downing expressed his desire for an exchange of SWAT teams for training.
‘Lashkar duo who escaped from UP court trained Kasab, others’

Friday 29 November '13

Maqsood, Saeed gave lessons on how to escape, Kasab told officials.
Friend mourns Chabad rabbi, his daughter fights terror

Wednesday 27 November '13

Aaron Abraham moved to Israel in 2009; says Moshe resembles Rabbi Gavriel.
Mumbai attack: 5 years later, friend mourns Chabad Rabbi, his daughter fights terror

Wednesday 27 November '13

After his two mentors and spiritual guides were killed in attack, Abraham migrated to Israel.
Yameen win makes Gasim ‘kingmaker’ in Maldives

Tuesday 19 November '13

Gasim urged all his supporters to vote for Yameen.
Yameen sworn in as new Maldives President, brother Gayoom in control

Monday 18 November '13

Yameen secured 111,203 votes (51.39 per cent), while the MDP got 105,181 votes.
Yameen win in Maldives polls raises fears of return of hardline Islam

Monday 18 November '13

Hardline Islamist groups like the AP, which control the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, have been calling for strict implementation of the Sharia’a.
Abdulla Yameen, who fought on Islam plank, wins Maldives' Presidential run-off

Sunday 17 November '13

Yameen had complained that the ballot papers for the vote lacked proper safety features.
Campaign over, Maldives votes today in presidential run-off

Saturday 16 November '13

Caretaker President Waheed stepped down under the pressure from the international community.
Bhatkal's conflicting reports on Bakery Blast put a question mark on Baig's death penalty

Sunday 22 September '13

The 32-year-old Himayat claims innocence and has filed an appeal in HC against his conviction.
IPS officer 'suicide bid': CM meets ACB chief

Tuesday 17 September '13

Seeks probe status on Sahay's charges
'MSRTC contracts subject to multiple levels of scrutiny'

Tuesday 17 September '13

The MSRTC has several levels of scrutiny and the managing director is not the sole decision-making authority on awarding contracts.
It's business as usual at Byculla (W) building, once Bhatkal's 'safehouse'

Saturday 31 August '13

Barely 100 metres away, stands Islamia Building with handcarts and two-wheelers parked in the front.
A year on, not a penny recovered from Azad Maidan rioters

Sunday 11 August '13

Collector’s office still stuck with hearings for accused and witnesses
Mantralaya revamp hits roadblock, this time from traffic cops

Thursday 1 August '13

Police object to grand steps leading up to the building and plan to shift gate
'Crimes' of past may come to haunt bar owners who want to reopen

Monday 22 July '13

Police Commissioner says offences under PITA & those registered for assault will be a factor
Ties that bind cops, criminals & dance bars

Wednesday 17 July '13

Officers recall how dance bars were once essential to policing
Pakistan sends letter rogatory seeking samples of 'pink foam' from 26/11

Thursday 11 July '13

The ministry asked the police whether the foam was available, and could be shared with Pakistan
Prisons, insecure

Wednesday 10 July '13

Corrupt and lax officials have left our jails open to security breaches and there appears no solution in sight
Dossa gave supari to kill Abu Salem: Police

Sunday 30 June '13

Assailant was desperate for money, wanted to shift to Arthur Road jail.


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