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Jasmine

Activist cum author at Indilens News Team

U.S. Student Colin Madsen Vanishes in Siberia; Shamans Join Hunt

MOSCOW — A Missouri native has disappeared in Siberia after walking out of his guesthouse wearing nothing but a T-shirt, Russian authorities said Wednesday. Police in the Republic of Buryatia named the missing man as Colin Madsen, 25. Image: Colin Madsen Colin Madsen Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs Madsen is …

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Pak. team says no evidence yet against Masood Azhar

Pakistan’s Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the terror attack on the Pathankot airbase has told the National Investigation Agency (NIA) that so far it has not found any evidence against Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar linking him to the January 2 attack. The team said it was still verifying whether …

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Space Station Cargo Launch May Be Visible Along East Coast

People in eastern North America have a chance to see a private cargo spacecraft launch toward the International Space Station tonight (March 22). Orbital ATK’s robotic Cygnus spacecraft is scheduled to launch atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida tonight at …

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Rajnikanth joins 2.0 team in Delhi

Superstar Rajinikanth will join the sets of Tamil magnum opus “2.0” from Wednesday to shoot some crucial portions at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi. “Rajinikanth arrived in Delhi with his daughter last evening. He will join the sets of the film from today (Wednesday). As soon as he …

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‘It’s important for me not to lose my soul’

After several near misses, what with the crazy schedule and promotional tours for her forthcoming film Ki & Ka, when we finally manage to pin down Kareena Kapoor for a phone chat, it proves to be too quick and rushed for comfort. Speaking from her car somewhere in Delhi, with …

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Victim’s son welcomes verdict but rues delay

Milind Indulkar, the son of Anita Indulkar, the sole fatality of the bomb blast outside the Vile Parle railway station in January 2003, told The Hindu on Tuesday that while the conviction of the 10 accused a welcome development, it could have come sooner. “Not just me,” the 33-year-old said, …

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600-Year-Old Cambridge Library Offers Rare Glimpse of Collection

CAMBRIDGE, England — One of the world’s oldest libraries is offering a rare glimpse of key artifacts that have helped define human history. The exhibition is entitled “Lines of Thought: Discoveries that Changed the World” allows visitors to peruse parts of Cambridge University Library’s 600-year-old collection. Librarian Anne Jarvis described …

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How blasts case was cracked

The investigation into the 2002 and 2003 bomb blasts in the city was an education for the law enforcement agencies. The Crime Branch team that worked on the case, learnt many valuable lessons about terror, investigating officials said, shortly after the verdict was announced. Police officials connected with the case …

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