The claim by the ISIS on the killing of an Italian aid worker in Bangladesh has turned out to be a false alarm. While the Indian Intelligence agencies had doubted the claim made by the ISIS, Bangladesh too has a similar view.
The probe into the recent spate of murders in Bangladesh have revealed that these are not isolated incidents and it is a coordinated killing by one particular group. Currently it is the Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT) which is under the scanner for the killings of various bloggers and aid workers in Bangladesh.
Patna, Oct 6: As the battle for Bihar hots up, the permutation and combinations too are fast changing. For the BJP this is a do or die election and the case is no different for Nitish Kumar as well. As Bihar gets set to face the first phase of the elections, no party is leaving anything to chance and there is a rally almost every minute in the state. What do the prospects of each party look like now?
Sandeep Shastri, leading psephologist who is also the Pro Vice Chancellor, Jain University and National Coordinator, Lokniti Network says that the decision by the BJP not to declare a Chief Ministerial candidate may work in its favour. In this interview with OneIndia, Shastri says that the battle ahead is tough.
New Delhi, Oct 6: Is there sufficient police patrolling in Bengaluru city in the night? This is a question that the Madiwala police need to answer.
A 23 year old woman was allegedly gang raped by two drunk men on a Tempo Traveller and during this three hour ordeal which began at 10 PM on Saturday night, it is unfortunate that not a single night beat police man was on the roads to offer the woman any help.
While the police say that they cannot account for each and every vehicle on the road, the concern is that the roads leading up to Electronic City in the night have absolutely no police personnel manning the streets like how one may find on an MG Road or Brigade Road.
There was always an uncomfortable relationship between Rajiv Gandhi and Giani Zail Singh.
The former Prime Minister and the President of India never showered any trust on each other.
A plot to topple Rajiv Gandhi was known to Zail Singh, a book titled The Untold Truth, by Lt General P N Hoon, a former Army commander of the Western Command suggests.