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We will not rest till the elimination of last terrorist: Pak PM
General Raheel said that the training capacity of security forces has been enhanced and the programme would be further expanded across the country.
CCTV camera order placed after 6 years in Mumbai
The 6,000 high-end cameras which were recommended after the 26/11 terror attacks, will feed the data to three control rooms — two manned by the law and order unit of Mumbai Police, and one by the traffic police — through optical fibre cables.
KCR to shift Secretariat on account of bad Vaastu
The present Secretariat premises, which houses both the governments of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, is likely to be sold to private properties.
Star couple Dileep, Manju part ways after 16 years
The court has given the custody of the couple’s 14-year-old daughter Meenakshi to Dileep as agreed by Manju.
Malayalam actor Chacko and four women held with cocaine
Film actor Shine Tom Chacko and four others were arrested with 10 grams of cocaine from the flat of a businessman in Kochi.
Rocket blasts off with Nasa satellite to track climate change
Information from the satellite will help weather forecasting and tracking of global climate change.
Two die as protesters clash with police in Afghan capital
Police sources said the protest turned violent when protesters attacked policemen with burning tyres, stones and then gunfire.
Eight killed, many injured in Bangladesh factory blaze
A fire official said the death toll could rise as workers were still trapped on the top floor, and several of those injured in the blaze were in critical condition.
Modi steps up offensive a week before Delhi polls
The state, which has some 13 million eligible voters, heads to the polls on February 7, with results due on February 10.
Africa agrees to send 7,500 troops to fight Boko Haram
UN chief welcomes African Union proposal, says militants should be addressed with regional and international cooperation.
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