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Ek Tha 'Tiger', directed by Salman Khan

At around midnight on Monday, I came across a Salman Khan tweet. Yes, @beingsalmankhan. The actor tweeted his grief over the death of former President APJ Abdul Kalam.  660 more words

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Hang... and Hang'em High!

I have been hearing about Yakub Memon and his death sentence for some time now. I remember the 1993 Mumbai blasts. It is only a vague memory but I remember the fierce talks that elders had in the courtyard when they assembled to greet the guests who poured into meet my little sister who decided to take birth just a few weeks before the blasts ripped Bombay. 388 more words

Pakistan

Wher are those who made Godse Mahatma & Mahatma Godse. Where are Tiger & Dawood. Is Yakoob going to gallows justified ?

Where are people who made Godse Mahatam and Mahatma Godse. Where is Tiger and Dawood. Is Yakoob a victim or a just sentenced criminal ? 399 more words

Adil Mohammed

1994- The year India lost interest in Dawood Ibrahim

It was the month of December 1994. A meeting was fixed in Pretoria to discuss with the South Africans the security to be provided to Nelson Mandela during his January 1995 visit to India. 37 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

1993 Mumbai serial blasts: Tiger Memon was never a priority

The hanging of Yakub Memon does provide some amount of solace for all those families who lost their loved ones in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts. 88 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Dawood's investment in Karachi stock market shows why he is an asset to Pakistan

Dawood Ibrahim is more than just a drug lord for the Paksitanis. The former Chief of the Research and Analysis Wing, C D Sahay had said in an interview with OneIndia recently that he had been upgraded to the status of a strategic asset by Pakistan. 58 more words

Terrorism

Cocaine consignment worth $15 million headed to India?

A major consignment of cocaine was seized at the Bangladesh port last month. The value of the liquid cocaine has been estimated at almost 15 million US dollars. 73 more words

Vicky Nanjappa