The big question before the investigators is not only about the investment of this money in Europe, but there is an interesting trail which goes on to clearly show how the who is who in Mumbai were bought over to finalise these deals.
The spring offensive that the Taliban launches is a yearly occurrence, but this time around there is a different approach that the outfit is taking.
While it is pretty clear that the militants are targeting telecom companies in a bid to cut off communication, the other question is who are these militants? There were posters found in the targeted areas of the Lashkar-e-Islam a lesser known militant group.
The recent publication of Mullah Omar’s 5000 word biography was a sign of desperation on part of the Taliban. Omar was last seen in the year 2001 and after that he has gone into hibernation.
While one may wonder why “Modi’s India” is added in a sentence anytime something bad takes place, one must also bear in mind that denying flats is not some new phenomenon and there have been instances such as these in Mumbai in the past as well.
For the ruling Congress in Karnataka, the BBMP elections is extremely important and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah wants to leave no stone unturned. Keeping in mind the 30 lakh odd Tamil voters in Bengaluru city, the appeal may be delayed, sources also informed.