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       HEADLINES: Film actor Sajan Piravom dies                                              Devaswom employee found dead in temple                                              Man run over by train                                              Man dies in accident                                              Sudheeran expresses dissent again                                              Diplomat Devyani Khobragade stripped of her duties, placed on 'compulsory wait'                                              J&K Assembly polls: 30 pc voting till noon                                              Defamation case: Court imposes Rs 10K cost on Gadkari                                              Australian woman arrested for murder of eight children                                              LeT receives adequate funding despite sanctions:India tells UN                                              Pakistan hangs two militants after Taliban school massacre                                              Peshawar school massacre mastermind warns of more attacks                                              For jihadists, Denmark tries rehabilitation                                              Indian team left fuming with poor practice facilities                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         For jihadists, Denmark tries rehabilitation    
 
 
COPENHAGEN: In many parts of Europe, he would now be in jail. But here in Denmark’s second biggest city, the young man, a 21-year-old of Turkish descent who spent 13 months in Syria fighting in the name of Islam, passes his days playing soccer, working out at the gym and waiting anxiously to see if he has secured a place to study engineering at a well-regarded local university.

 
         Peshawar school massacre mastermind warns of more attacks    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: The terrorist who supervised the Peshawar school massacre has threatened more attacks, if the military and the intelligence agencies do not stop anti-terror operations, media reported Saturday.

 
         Pakistan hangs two militants after Taliban school massacre    
 
 
LAHORE: Pakistan executed two prominent militants on Friday, sources said, in a clear response to this week's massacre of more than 130 children at a school.

 
         LeT receives adequate funding despite sanctions:India tells UN    
 
 
UNITED NATIONS: India has said that terror groups like LeT do not "live on love and fresh air", expressing regret that they receive funds despite being slapped with sanctions by the UN, as the world body reaffirmed the need to cut the monetary lifeline of terrorists.

 
         Australian woman arrested for murder of eight children    
 
 
SYDNEY: An Australian woman was arrested for the killing of eight children, seven of whom are believed to be her own, police said on Saturday. The children, aged 18 months to 15 years, were found dead inside the woman’s home. The 37-year-old woman, who is recovering in a hospital from stab wounds, was under guard and speaking with police, Queensland Police Detective Inspector Bruno Asnicar said. She has not yet been charged.

 
         Pakistan's most hated man - volleyball player, child killer    
 
ISLAMABAD:The most hated man in Pakistan is a 36-year-old father of three and volleyball enthusiast nicknamed "Slim".

 
         2 dreaded terrorists to be hanged anytime soon in Pak    
 
ISLAMABAD:Authorities were today making final preparations to execute anytime soon two feared terrorists convicted for attacks at army headquarters and former army chief Pervez Musharraf, days after Pakistan lifted the moratorium on the death sentences. The two are among 17 terrorists who would be executed in the first phase after the end of self-imposed moratorium by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the wake of the Peshawar school massacre that left 148 people dead, mostly students.

 
         Four detained over Peshawar school attack    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: At least four suspects, including a woman, have been detained from Pakistan's Punjab province in connection with the Peshawar school attack that claimed 148 lives, Dawn online reported Friday.

 
         Execution of six Pakistani terrorists approved    
 
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif has approved the execution of six terrorists who were sentenced to death by military courts, a media report said Friday.

 
         Pakistan's processes flawed, says daily after Lakhvi bail    
 
ISLAMABAD: It will be difficult to tackle the militant menace when "our institutional processes are so flawed", a Pakistani daily said Friday, a day after Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, a key mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai attack, was granted bail.

 
         Lakhvi still under detention at Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, a key planner of the 2008 Mumbai attacks, is still detained at a Pakistani jail despite being granted bail by an anti-terrorism court, a media report said on Friday.

 
         Eight children killed in Australia in reported mass stabbing    
 
 
SYDNEY: Eight children have been killed and a woman injured, police said on Friday, during what several media outlets reported was a mass stabbing in Australia's tropical northern city of Cairns.

 
         We have killed all the children...What do we do now?:attackers    
 
 
PESHAWAR: "We have killed all the children in the auditorium...What do we do now?" one of the Taliban attackers told his handler after shooting indiscriminately at the students in the main hall of the army-run school from where more than 100 bodies were recovered.

 
         Peshawar attack: How rescuers braved bullets for call of duty    
 
 
PESHAWAR: Unparalleled courage was displayed by a group of rescuers who put their lives at stake to move the dead and wounded out of the school building in Peshawar in Pakistan where terrorists unleashed a bloodbath Tuesday.

 
         Teenage survivor recounts horrific tale of Peshawar attack    
 
 
PESHAWAR: Ladyluck favoured a 14-year-old student who survived miraculously after being hit on the forehead by a bullet fired from point blank range by a Taliban militant in the school massacre here that killed 148 people, mostly children.

 
         26/11 trial: LeT operations commander Lakhvi gets bail    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: LeT operations commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, one of the seven Pakistani nationals accused of planning and abetting the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, was granted bail Thursday by the Anti-Terrorism Court.

 
         Pakistan army retaliates to Peshawar attack, kills 57 militants    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Army retaliated to the deadly Taliban attack at the Peshawar school by killing 57 militants in massive airstrikes in the Khyber tribal region where the suicide bombers were reportedly trained.

 
         Taliban commander Umar Naray allegedly masterminded Peshawar school attack    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: A day after the deadly suicide attack on a Peshawar army school, the authorities have zeroed in on Umar Naray, a Pakistani Taliban commander functioning from Afghanistan, as the alleged mastermind of the attack.

 
         Pak army chief leaves for Kabul to seek action against Taliban    
 
 
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan army chief General Raheel Sharif today dashed to Kabul to seek action against Taliban leaders allegedly hiding in Afghanistan, a day after a deadly attack on an army school in Peshawar left 141 people, mostly children, dead.

 
         Tears roll down as innocent survivors share their agony    
 
PESHAWAR: They donned their ironed uniforms, finished their breakfast and left for school, unaware of the death trap awaiting them. Little did they knew that they would never return home to their parents.

 
         Will not rest till Australians safe: Abbott    
 
 
MELBOURNE: Prime Minister Tony Abbott today ordered a review into a deadly hostage crisis in Sydney that left two persons dead and vowed not to rest until he was assured Australians were safe.

 
         Six killed in Taliban suicide attack on Afghan bank    
 
 
KANDAHAR: Taliban militants detonated a suicide bomb and stormed a bank in southern Afghanistan today, killing at least six people as the country endures a rise in violence while US-led NATO troops pull out.

 
         Most of Peshawar victims shot in the head    
 
ISLAMABAD: Most of the victims of the terror attack at Peshawar's Army Public School were shot in head from point blank range by the militants, a media report said Tuesday.

 
         Sharif lifts moratorium on death penalty after gruesome Taliban attack    
 
 
PESHAWAR: The Pakistani prime minister lifted a moratorium on the death penalty on Wednesday, a day after Taliban gunmen attacked a school, killing 132 students and nine teachers, a government spokesman said.

 
         Pak in mourning as Peshawar buries its children    
 
 
PESHAWAR: Pakistan woke up to a day of mourning on Wednesday after Taliban militants killed 132 students at a school in the city of Peshawar in a grisly attack which shocked the nation and put pressure on the government to do more to tackle the insurgency.

 
         Pakistan Taliban say targeted school in revenge for military attacks    
 
PESHAWAR: The Taliban attacked a military-run school on Tuesday, killing 84 students, because they wanted revenge for the Pakistani military targeting their own families, a spokesman said.

 
         Pakistan Taliban say targeted school in revenge for military attacks    
 
 
PESHAWAR: The Taliban attacked a military-run school on Tuesday, killing 84 students, because they wanted revenge for the Pakistani military targeting their own families, a spokesman said.

 
         Peshawar school students give first hand account of terror attack    
 
 
PESHAWAR: When a band of terrorists stormed the Army Public School in Peshwar and at least 12 children were killed, a sense of shock and fear swept those who managed to escape the building as well as those across the country.

 
         Victims killed in Sydney hostage drama identified    
 
 
SYDNEY: Two hostages who have been killed in the 17-hour-long hostage drama at a cafeteria in Sydney were identified as the manager of the Lindt Chocolate cafe and a lawyer.

 
         Carnage in Pakistan school as Taliban attack kills 160    
 
 
In the bloodiest terror attack in Pakistan in years, at least 160 people, mostly children, were today killed by heavily-armed Taliban suicide bombers who stormed an army-run school here and took several hostages, a throwback to the 2004 Beslan school siege by Chechen rebels.

 
 
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