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Sunanda to Woolmer- Will cricket crimes have an answer


Cricket and controversy go hand in hand. With the special investigating team saying that they would probe the IPL angle to the Sunanda Pushkar murder case, the first thing that comes to mind is that it is not going to easy and if not probed well could well end up like the Bob Woolmer mystery. 43 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Boko Haram targets India for drug dealing income

The jihadist group Boko Haram killed up to 2,000 people in northeastern Nigeria last week. The operation would have cost Boko Haram a great deal of money in terms of arming and paying wages to their fighters. 128 more words

Pakistan

NIA files charges in high quality fake currency case

The National Investigating Agency has filed a chargesheet in the fake currency case involving a lynchpin of the Dawood Ibrahim syndicate. In the chargesheet the NIA names Ekramul Ansari as the prime accused who had attempted to smuggle in fake currency notes worth Rs 49 lakh from Dubai to India. 46 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Pakistan not to differentiate between good courts and bad courts after Dawood calls himself a judge

Days after promising the world that Pakistan won’t differentiate between good terrorists and bad terrorists, the neighbouring country has decided not to differentiate in its courts too. 177 more words

India

Dawood plays realtor as India tells Pak to hand him over


For the world he is a terrorist, but for Pakistan he is a legitimate businessman and a guest. A money transaction dating back to two months back done through a proxy in connection with a plot in Karachi has got the alarm bells in the Intelligence Bureau ringing once again about Dawood Ibrahim’s whereabouts. 32 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Bringing Down the Big D: Is it That Easy?

Perhaps, the most notorious ‘underworld don’, Dawood Ibrahim has been involved in everything, from supporting terrorist organizations such as Lashkar-e-Taiba and now Boko Haram to organized crimes and now even fixing cricket matches. 417 more words

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