Kamlesh Tiwari murder: 3 arrested; 2 others on the run A day after the murder of Kamlesh Tiwari, founder of the Hindu Samaj Party, three people have been arrested in a joint operation between Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat Police. Tiwari, who is also a former president of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, was shot and had his throat slit at his residence in Lucknow's Khursheed Bagh on Friday. Here are more details. Three arrested after confession; Police rules out terror links Addressing a press conference in Lucknow, OP Singh, Director-General (Police) said that a joint team of UP and Gujarat police has arrested Maulana Mohsin Shiekh (24) Khursheed Ahmad Pathan (23) and Faizan (21), who confessed to the crime. He said, "These people were radicalized by Tiwari's speech."
About Me - Sara A. Carter Sara is a thespian who studied with the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and practices foreign accents to embarrass her family in public settings. Sara A. Carter is a national and international award-winning investigative reporter whose stories have ranged from national security, terrorism, immigration and front line coverage of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. She is currently the senior national security correspondent for web-based Circa News, working on major projects in conjunction with Sinclair Broadcast Group affiliates across the nation. She was formerly with the Los Angeles News Group, The Washington Times, The Washington Examiner and wrote numerous exclusives for USA Today, US News World Report, and Arutz Sheva in Israel. Her work along the U.S.
Hashtagify Popular Hashtags: Global Top 30 Get daily, weekly or monthly updates about the top hashtags for: any language. Just click the button below to choose your frequency. Mail Online Anthony Owen, 68, was found unconscious 20 yards from his home, next to his white Honda civic, which was still running Witnesses reported seeing three youths on BMX bikes cycling away from Mr Owen's home on millionaires' row in Hale Village, near Liverpool By James Tozer Published: 19:45 GMT, 20 March 2012 | Updated: 18:02 GMT, 21 March 2012 Head injuries: Anthony Owen died a week after being found unconscious just 20 yards from his home Police are continuing to question three teenagers today over the murder of a surgeon outside his millionaires' row home. Anthony Owen, 68, was found unconscious 20 yards from the property next to his white Honda Civic, which was still running.
One man, many failures: Presenting to you Shri Narendra Modi No one will ever attach the word failure with Narendra Modi. The man has a cult following, his followers are ready to take any bullet (quite literally) for him, he has an incredible list of highest civilian awards from many nations. And, he keeps winning elections. He has rendered the Opposition futile, and turned every situation in his favor. Yet, failure is the word we chose for him today. Senator Durbin and the Corruption of the English Language Some choice nonsense from Senator Durbin: Sen. Durbin on “chain migration”:“I said to the president, ‘Do you realize how painful that term is to so many people? African-Americans believe that they migrated to America in chains. When you speak about [it], it hurts them personally. And he said, ‘Oh, that’s a good line.’” — MSNBC (@MSNBC) January 12, 2018
BBC Trending When the Twitter account of a prominent Yemeni political commentator and high-profile social media user fell silent on 14 August, it did not go unnoticed. Hisham Al-Omeisy is usually a prolific tweeter, known for his updates, in both English and Arabic, about the social and humanitarian crisis in his country. The 38-year-old has around 25,000 followers, among them many international media outlets, journalists and humanitarian workers who turn to him for insights about what's happening within Yemen. So when his account suddenly went quiet, those who have come to rely on him for valuable information, quickly knew something was wrong. #HealthBytes: Tips to help you stay healthy, this festive season One thing that's an inevitable part of our festivals is the delectable food and the mouth-watering desserts. Diwali is just around the corner, and the auspicious occasion brings with itself delightful sweets to munch on. And the story doesn't just end there, it marks the beginning of a string of festivities to come. Here's how you can stay healthy, this festive season.
CREEPS ON A MISSION: Michael Horowitz is Really Investigating the Investigators Since at least July 2016, the upper echelon of the FBI and the Department of Justice began a stealth operation—with the complicity if not instigation of President Obama—to taint and destroy Candidate Trump with a concocted “Russia collusion” narrative. Michael Horowitz, the Inspector General of the Department of Justice, has been running a little-watched parallel investigation that is already producing results—when he is not manipulated or overborn by Robert Mueller. His name is not familiar to most Americans, but Mr. Someone is trying to disrupt peace in J&K: Army Chief The condition in Jammu and Kashmir has been headlining news for quite some time now. Though the government claims there's no clampdown in the border state, things are far from normal. Weighing in on the situation, Army Chief Bipin Rawat on Sunday blamed "someone behind the scenes" for trying to disrupt peace in J&K. His comments came after Army destroyed terror launch pads in PoK. Backstory: Pakistan, fuming since August, violated ceasefire, got befitting reply To ensure terrorists, supported by Pakistan, don't create troubles in J&K after the abrogation of Article 370, Centre put the state under a communication blockade.
'Common Sense Coalition' sets centrist Senate tone Senators in the 25-member Common Sense Coalition on Monday said their work in developing a deal to help end the government shutdown shows the road to getting big-ticket items passed in the future needs to run through the middle of both parties, rather than the extremes. Though senators in the bipartisan group cautioned that the final deal to fund the government through Feb. 8 was ultimately brokered by their respective leaders, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, the coalition’s input was critical in helping break the stalemate. Mr. Schumer said he was “incredibly grateful” to the senators for their work and that the coalition managed to make up for President Trump’s “glaring absence” in the process. “I believe that this group has the potential to return the Senate to the kind of place it should be on the issue of immigration: a place for bipartisanship, a place for action, a place for achievement,” Mr.
Bail granted to Chidambaram, but will remain in ED custody Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram got a slight relief from the Supreme Court on Tuesday. The top court granted him bail in the INX Media case registered by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). However, the Congress leader cannot walk free immediately as he will remain in the custody of Enforcement Directorate, till October 24.
Mueller’s Fruit of the Poisonous Tree Evidence of Robert Mueller’s hopelessly compromised investigation continues to accumulate. Now we learn that five months of texts between two members of his team plotting Trump’s demise have disappeared, a time period that covers many of the crucial moments of the probe. Imagine the rich harvest of texts Peter Strzok and his mistress Lisa Page must have exchanged over the Flynn entrapment. Those texts have vanished, according to the FBI and Justice Department.