Britain Siddhartha Dhar, a British Hindu who converted to Islam and now goes by the name Abu Rumaysah.
Judge Jagdale, with a severe expression shadowing his face, looked sharply at Manoj Patil, Airtel's nodal officer, and told him plainly: "It is difficult to digest what you are saying (about) giving call data, but not giving call timings and durations."
'It will be a ghastly mistake for the CPI-M to face the 2019 poll on its own.'
Mueller has already interviewed several of the close aides and family members of Trump over the issue.
'Whatever happens, we have decided to go alone.'
The Supreme Court turned down pleas by Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh governments and refused to modify an earlier order that cleared the decks for the nationwide release of the Sanjay Leela Bhansali flick on January 25.
The pilots' flying privileges have been withdrawn for leaving the cockpit unattended and thereby jeopardising flight safety, a senior DGCA official said on Tuesday.
It is the obligation of the states to maintain law and order, the apex court said.
With the new post, the Thackeray junior, 27, who already heads Yuva Sena, will now be a part of the Sena's core team.
A case has been registered against a Karnataka BJP MLA for saying that an upcoming district poll in the state is a contest between a Hindu god and a Muslim god, or more specifically, between Ram and Allah. The MLA, Sunil Kumar from the Karkala seat, made this comment in a speech while referring to the upcoming election in Bantwal.
In an undated video that has surfaced on social media, a Kashmiri man can be seen performing a life-threatening stunt by lying on a railway track as a speeding train passes over him. The video was widely shared after former J&K CM Omar Abdullah tweeted it, calling the act “stupid”.
Just prior to the start of Chhattisgarh's semifinal clash against Karnataka at the Nehru Indoor Stadium here on Tuesday, Poonam Chaturvedi had expressed anguish with her poor health and indifferent performances in the ongoing Senior National Basketball Championship.
With PM Narendra Modi scheduled to speak at 11.15 am, chief executives did not want to take a chance, given that the opening plenary is usually a full house. Some of them turned up as early as 9.30am but had to wait for the doors to be opened at 10.15 am.
In his column for TOI, Ganguly wrote that people should allow Kohli some room given this tour of South Africa was always going to be tough for a team that has played in Asia for the past 12 months.
History will repeat itself this Republic Day. On January 26, 1950 when India celebrated its first Republic Day, the chief guest was south-east Asian strongman Sukarno. Sixty-eight years on, India has again invited an Indonesian President, Joko Widodo, to grace the occasion.