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Father hires contract killers to killed his son Dipesh

The Rajkot police on Thursday arrested a retired senior accountant in the murder case of his own son. According to reports, retired accountant Naran Vasoya hired contract killers to kill his elder son Dipesh Vasoya. The police have also nabbed two others, who carried out the alleged murder for money, in connection with the case. 33-year-old Dipesh Vasoya, a resident …

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killing of a male gorilla in the United States

The killing of a male gorilla in the United States on Saturday in case of his potential threat to a boy has triggered controversies. The 17-year-old gorilla was shot dead by the Cincinnati zoo in the northeastern America of Ohio, after picking up and grabbing a boy who had accidentally crawled through the barrier and fell into the moat surrounding …

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Pakistani terrorists’pre-dawn strike at the Indian Air Force

“Our security forces did not let them succeed: Proud of our jawans and security forces,” he said here, referring to Pakistani terrorists’pre-dawn strike at the Indian Air Force base at Pathankot in Punjab. The fierce gunbattle claimed the lives of three securitymen, while five infiltrators were killed, with the terror strike coming days after Modi’s surprise stopover in Lahore in …

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Military dogs to retire in US and not abroad: Barak Obama

The first rights of adoption will automatically be given to the handlers who have taken care of them and served with them bravely for the US military service. Until recently, all military dogs were retired in the country in which it was serving and not taken back home. The front-runners in this campaign were Congressman Frank LoBiondo and Senator Claire …

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Emaar Properties damaged in a spectacular fire

Dubai property giant Emaar Properties promised Saturday to restore its luxury 63-storey hotel in the emirate, which was damaged in a spectacular fire on New Year’s Event. “We are determined to restore it to all its glory, and even surpass the splendid architectural standards,” said chairman Mohamed Alabbar. “Further timelines and plans will be shared as they are finalised,” he …

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