Pak calls India external threat, Aurangzeb Road to be renamed as APJ Abdul Kalam Road: Top News Headlines

Indrani Mukerjea had troubled childhood; stepfather sexually molested herNew Delhi: As the layers in Sheena Bora case is being uncovered with every passing moment, the murder mystery is getting murkier with every bit of it.
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India TV News Desk August 28, 2015 22:11 IST

Indrani Mukerjea had troubled childhood; stepfather sexually molested her

New Delhi: As the layers in Sheena Bora case is being uncovered with every passing moment, the murder mystery is getting murkier with every bit of it. In the latest and shocking revelation, the authenticity of which yet to be established, it has come to light that Indrani Mukerjea was sexually abused by her step father.

The new revelation gives weight to the theory which says Sheena was possibly born out of this incest relationship.

India only external threat: Pakistani military

Islamabad: India is the only external threat for us, Pakistani military has told a senate defence committee.

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Rashad Mahmood briefed the members of the senate about the threat, Dawn online reported on Friday.

NDMC decides to rename Aurangzeb Road as APJ Abdul Kalam Road

New Delhi: New Delhi Municipality Corporation (NDMC) has decided to rename Aurangzeb Road after former President APJ Abdul Kalam.

The new name of this road will be APJ Abdul Kalam Road.

Patel Quota agitation: Gujarat HC orders CID probe in custodial death case

Ahmedabad: The Gujarat High Court today ordered a CID probe in a case of custodial death of a 32-year-old man of Patel community during quota violence after the second post-mortem report stated that he had died due to severe head injury.

Justice J B Pardiwala of the high court directed that the investigation into the death of Swetang Patel be conducted by CID.

PMO directly involved in efforts to resolve OROP issue: Manohar Parrikar

New Delhi: The Prime Minister's Office is "directly involved" in the efforts to resolve the One-Rank-One-Pension (OROP) issue and the government is working to fill in the "small gaps" in it, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said today.

He also said that some time should be given to resolve the matter.

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