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Bengaluru: Kidnapped Son of IT Officer Found Dead Near Rachenahalli Lake

Bengaluru: Kidnapped Son of IT Officer Found Dead Near Rachenahalli Lake

They believe the abductors killed the teenager because they feared being caught. On the evening of September 12, Sharat had left home in his new motorbike, saying that he was going out to meet his friends. Later, the victim's mother received a Whatsapp video from the victim's phone. They had first dumped the body in Rachenahalli lake, India Today reported.


Benazir's daughters lash out at Musharraf, call him 'murderer'

Benazir's daughters lash out at Musharraf, call him 'murderer'

In a video message aired on several local TV channels on Thursday, Musharraf, who stands trial in murder case of Bhutto, for the first time held Zardari "responsible" for assassination of former prime minister. There is another possibility that former Afghan president Hamid Karzai and Afghanistan's intelligence agency orchestrated this attack on Benazir Bhutto through Baitullah Mehsood, he further said.



TIllerson meets Iran's Zarif, no shoes thrown

Trump told the IAEA's annual meeting in Vienna that if the International Atomic Energy Agency fails to obtain access to Iranian military sites thought to be engaged in illegal nuclear activity, "We will not accept a weakly enforced or inadequately monitored deal".


United States has 'many' military options in Korea crisis: Mattis

United States has 'many' military options in Korea crisis: Mattis

Cirincione elaborated by saying that no ballistic missile defense system in existence can even reach the height which the North Korean missile test achieved, according to Defense One . "Our Defense Ministry said there has been no communication with the US defense secretary regarding his remark". "The bottom line is that in the missiles, were they to be a threat, whether it be the USA territory Guam, obviously Japan, Japan's territory, that would elicit a different response from us", he said.


Malcolm Roberts set to front High Court on dual citizenship questions

Malcolm Roberts set to front High Court on dual citizenship questions

The court was also told there was an affidavit from an expert that said he would have been an Indian citizen at birth but he would have lost it upon becoming an Australian at age 19. Roberts was also backed by the authority of Sky TV's Paul Murray, who said the documents were "a million per cent correct" and "very clearly" proved Roberts was not a dual citizen.