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ISIS module case: Delhi court extends custody of 2 accused

A Delhi court Saturday extended the NIA custody of two people arrested on suspicion of being members of an ISIS-inspired group and for planning terror attacks across the country.

Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Dharmender Singh sent Mufti Mohammed Suhail alias Hazrath (29) and Saqib Iftekar (26) to judicial custody till January 22.Advocate Mohammed Noorullah, appearing for both the accused, had opposed the NIA's request for sending them to police custody for further interrogation. The accused, along with seven others, were arrested for allegedly planning suicide attacks and serial blasts, targeting politicians and also government installations in Delhi and other parts of north India.  

New Rajdhani train on Delhi-Mumbai route begins operations on Saturday

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal will flag off the railways' latest Rajdhani on the Mumbai-Delhi route on Saturday.With the introduction of the Mumbai-Ha...

Ram temple will be built only when Congress comes to power: Harish Rawat

Describing the BJP as a party with no regard for ethics, senior Congress leader Harish Rawat said a Ram temple will be built in Ayodhya only when his ...

Justices Dinesh Maheshwari, Sanjiv Khanna to take oath as SC judges today

Amid outcry, Karnataka High Court Chief Justice Dinesh Maheshwari and Delhi High Court Judge Sanjiv Khanna will take  oath as Supreme Court judge...

Flipkart India raises Rs 1,431 crore from parent firm

Flipkart India, the wholesale arm of Walmart-owned e-commerce company Flipkart, has received about Rs 1,431 crore from its Singapore-based parent, acc...