TIMES OF INDIA NEWS LETTER 17-12-2012
Pakistan misled India on Hafiz Saeed's arrest: Shinde
"Documents show Saeed was arrested for reasons other than Mumbai attacks, while Malik said he was detained for 2008 incident," Sushilkumar Shinde said.
Gujarat elections: 3 injured in firing by BJP MLA's guards
Security guards of Shahera BJP MLA Jetha Bharwad opened fire in the Tarsang village of Panchmahal district as he came under attack from a mob, said officials.
Delhi student critical after gangrape in moving bus, four held
A girl in her 20s, a para-medical student, battles for life at Safdarjung Hospital in the city following gangrape in a moving bus on Sunday night.
Is Cyberabad the new crime capital?
Cyberabad police, who boast of having successfully conducted several world class events like World Badminton Tournament and CoP-11, have miserably failed in controlling crime.
Live-in partner throws acid on woman's face
A man allegedly threw acid on his 30-year-old live-in partner in Khammam district on the suspicion that she had relations with another man.
Jet shares jump on Etihad deal hopes
Shares of Jet Airways rose as much as 4.7 percent on Monday to a near two-year high, and were headed for a fifth straight session of gains.
3 US entities lobbied on tax plan
According to the quarterly lobbying disclosure reports filed with the US Senate, at least three organizations have lobbied on issues related to taxation.
England secure draw, clinch series 2-1
England made Indian bowlers toil on the last day to secure a draw in the final Test in Nagpur on Monday and clinch the series 2-1, their first in 28 years.
'Crazy to stop playing for no reason'
Struggling cricketer Sachin Tendulkar received support from chess wizard Viswanathan Anand urging him to continue playing as long as he wanted.
Connecticut: Imran reacts to the shocking Connecticut killings
Imran Khan is a US citizen. In the wake of the recent shocking Connecticut killings, Imran shares his take on the 'gun-violence' issue that continues to plague USA.
Sridevi and I are relevant even today: Madhuri
Madhuri Dixit Nene looks slimmer, a few shades fairer, and has a more flawless complexion now than she had in her heyday.
Google takes Chandni Chowk market online
Over 2,500 businesses in the capital's iconic Chandni Chowk market are now online with their own websites as part of an initiative by Google.
Why Infosys may cut revenue forecast again
Infosys, India's No. 2 software services provider, may cut its revenue forecast next month as US business clients defer spending and balk at signing big deals.
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