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Malegaon blast: NIA clears Sadhvi Pragya to apply for discharge in case

Malegaon blast: NIA clears Sadhvi Pragya to apply for discharge in case

The court while granting her bail said,"If reports of ATS and NIA are considered conjointly, it can not be said that there are reasonable grounds for believing that accusation made against her are prima facie true". Pragya Thakur's lawyers filed an appeal against this previous year in the Bombay High Court. Where six were killed and hundred got injured. They were booked under stringent Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act, Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), besides various ...



United Kingdom hospitals turn away patients as NHS suffers cyber attack

Several individual British health service trusts, each responsible for several hospitals, reported problems with their computer systems. The NHS Digital said in a statement , "The investigation is at an early stage but we believe the malware variant is Wanna Decryptor ".



North Korea intends to seek extradition of assassination suspects

The notice did not say where CIA would situate the new unit, though the group could definitely perform its functions from within the Agency's campus at Langley, Virginia, while still coordinating with other US and foreign intelligence and security organizations.



Conservatives Make Strong Gains In UK Local Elections

The Conservative candidate for the new "metro mayor" post for the West of England, Tim Bowles, beat Labours Lesley Mansell by 51.6 per cent to 48.4 per cent, registering another major win for the Tories. ICM's research director, Martin Boon, said there was now a risk that the latest poll was over-stating support for Conservatives and under-representing the Liberal Democrats.



South Korean won up on Moon win

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un - Kim Jong Il's son - is closer than ever to having a credible nuclear deterrent to what it sees as an existential threat from Washington. Last month, the state-run newspaper Rodong Sinmun claimed US-Australian military exercises in northern Australia were preparation for nuclear war against North Korea and threatened Darwin with a potential retaliatory strike.