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9/11 Attacks Partly Funded by Ransom Money from India: Ex-Police Commissioner of Delhi

Former CBI officer and Delhi police commissioner Neeraj Kumar has revealed in a book that the 9/11 terror attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and two other places by mastermind Mohammad Atta were funded by ransom money collected by gangsters after kidnapping Kadim Shoes owner Partha Pratim Roy Burman, chairman–cum–managing director of Khadim Shoes. The ransom collected ...

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Indrani or Kattappa: How They Baffle us?

When it comes to Indian bright minds, compassion and comparison have no bounds and the last one was from the historic film “Baahubali” when Kattappa killed his own master and the latest is why did Indrani kill her own daughter? While SS Rajamouli is secretly filming the residue of his next part of “Baahubali”, that is to showcase “Why Kattappa, ...

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Unaware of Camera, Indrani Blames Sanjeev, Driver in Lock-up

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Mumbai Police adopted a master-plan on Tuesday to extract more details about the Sheena Bora murder case as the accused were put in a room and without their knowledge, they were monitored by the cops via a CCTV camera. The whole planning was done by Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria and Joint CP (law and order) Deven Bharti as Indrani refused ...

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Why Sports Stadiums Do Not Spur Economic Growth?

Not surprising but many economists have in the past traced the root-cause of the current Greek crisis to its hosting the historic Olympics in 2004. Greece went beyond its means to host the massive event putting up new infrastructure in place with stadiums to hold 301 events. But never did the country recovered from the economic loss it suffered as ...

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How Much Money is Riding on Salman Khan?

Salman Khan’s sentence for five years on Wednesday leaves a pall of uncertainty over the fate of his film projects worth Rs.200 crore but industry experts say there’s no cause to worry. “The High Court has accepted his appeal,” trade expert Vinod Mirani told IANS, adding that the courts have of late become “strict” and “stringent” in judgments over car ...

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One Rank One Pension Scheme Accepted but Legalities Pending: Minister

The principle of One Rank One Pension for the Armed Forces has been accepted by the government, said defence minister Manohar Parrikar in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha on Friday. The modalities for implementation have been discussed with various stakeholders and are presently under consideration, the financial implication need to be calculated, once the modalities ...

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Mohanlal to return money as his Lalisom music band hits wrong note

Following a huge public outcry, mostly through social media over the dismal debut performance of superstar Mohanlal’s new music band Lalisom, he Monday told the Kerala government that the money collected would be returned. In an email to State Sports Minister Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan, the actor said that following the wide criticism he will return the money that he took as ...

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AAP Launches Fund Party Challenge, Kejriwal Names 11 Nominees

After the social media driven challenge campaigns, Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal came up with another challenge campaign by launching “I Fund Honest Party Challenge” on Saturday. Kejriwal kicked off the campaign by donating Rs 10,000 to the fund and nominating 11 others including his family members to donate party’s poll campaign. Kejriwal said, “I am kickstarting this campaign ...

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Money Never a Concern, Appreciation Yes, Says Deepika Padukone Ahead of ‘Happy New Year’ Release

Deepika Padukone, who has stormed the Times of India last month for its coverage of her cleavage, has unfolded another side of her today saying money was never a concern for her but the appreciation she gets does matter more. Daughter of India’s ace badminton champion Prakash Padukone, the Bangalore-based actress rose to sky with her sheer workholic attitude in ...

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Teachers loosen purse strings to improve class-room creativity

Amber Jones creates the same bulletin board at Hartford Christian Academy in West Hartford, Conn., every fall — the “My Story” board. She keeps it simple but engaging for her kindergarten students, decorating the bulletin board with paper images of their future selves made using her Cricut paper-cutting machine. “The kids absolutely love their personalized paper dolls,” Jones said. “It ...

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