Top Headlines: Botched ISI operation led to Delhi clerics’ detention in Pakistan

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Botched ISI operation led to Delhi clerics’ detention in Pakistan
The account now available suggests that the duo were detained by Pakistan intelligence operatives on the suspicion of an underhand agenda. However, the unilateral operation, perhaps carried out without the political authorities being kept in the loop, seems to have backfired.
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Kejriwal to stand trial for criminal defamation
Arvind Kejriwal will stand trial in a criminal defamation case filed by Union minister Arun Jaitley. Kejriwal becomes the first CM in Delhi’s history to face criminal defamation charges. A Delhi court on Saturday put the CM on trial in a hearing marked by chaos and alleged “death threats.”
Govt okays near-200% pay hike for SC, HC judges
The Chief Justice of India will now receive monthly emoluments at Rs 2.8 lakh excluding dearness and other allowances, in addition to perks such as official residence, cars, staff and allowances as applicable.

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MCD polls: Kejriwal promises to abolish residential house tax
Kejriwal contended that the house tax has become a “major” source of corruption and promised that his party, which is making its civic polls debut, will end it.
Unfurl the victory flag in Delhi too, Amit Shah to BJP workers
Targeting the Delhi government, Shah accused Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of getting into fights with the Centre for political reasons.

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Here’s why WNS CEO thinks that BPM industry need not worry about H-1B visas
The business process management service provider believes the changes in H1B visa norms by the Trump administration will not hit the BPM and BPO industry hard, which hires a good number of locals, a senior industry official said.
Apple may have to wait for GST rollout, here’s why
Commerce and Industry minister Nirmala Sitharaman today said Amercian phone-maker Apple’s demand for tax incentives to set up a manufacturing unit in the country will have be looked at after the Goods and Services Tax (GST) is rolled out.
Google plans to transform telecom networks in India, here’s how
Google has already formed its first such partnership in India with leading telecom operator Bharti Airtel.

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4th Test evenly poised after Kuldeep, Smith heroics
Steve Smith became the first Australian skipper to score three centuries in a series in India as the visitors tried their best to seize the initiative but were kept in check by some superb bowling from debutant Kuldeep Yadav.
Shane Warne tips come in handy for Kuldeep Yadav
Newcomer Kuldeep Yadav on Saturday revealed he had learnt some tricks of the trade from none other than Aussie spin legend Shane Warne, after scripting a memorable debut against Australia in Dharamsala.
1st ODI: Tamim century sets up Bangladesh win over Sri Lanka
Opener Tamim Iqbal struck his eighth hundred and shared a 144-run stand with Shakib Al Hasan to set up a comprehensive 90-run win for Bangladesh over Sri Lanka in the first One-day international at Dambulla on Saturday.

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Patent row: Chinese court rules in favour of Apple
In May last year, a Beijing patent regulator ordered Apple’s Chinese subsidiary and a local retailer Zoomflight to stop selling iPhone 6 models, ruling that Apple violated design patents of Chinese maker Shenzhen Baili with its smartphones.
EU recommends suspending hundreds of drugs tested by Indian firm
The decision, announced by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) on its website, is the latest blow for India’s drug-testing industry, which has run into a series of problems with international regulators in recent years.
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Katrina returns from ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ shoot
Katrina Kaif is back in town from Austria where she was shooting with megastar and ex-boyfriend Salman Khan for ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’.
‘Naam Shabana’ recreates ‘Zooby zooby’ with a spy twist
‘Zooby zooby’ from Mithun Chakraborty’s ‘Dance Dance’ has also been recreated for ‘Naam Shabana.’
Ranbir thanks Gauri with a heartfelt letter
Gauri Khan is now a renowned interior decorator who recently worked on Ranbir Kapoor’s house in Bandra’s Pali Hill.
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