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Muhammad Bilal Khan, having over 16,000 followers on Twitter, 48,000 on his YouTube channel and 22,000 on Facebook, was with a friend when he received a phone call after which a man took him to the nearby forest on Sunday night, Dawn news quoted police as saying.
In a blog post, a day after allegations of sexual harassment surfaced against Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, Jaitley said the incident of a junior ex-lady employee of the Supreme Court making harassment charges has "acquired a disproportionate magnitude".
The findings also showed that over three fifths (63 per cent) of travellers confessed to have been using travel to launch a social media career.
Jaitley (65) is recuperating after a kidney transplant operation.
Sonam Kapoor Ahuja turned a year older today. The diva has nothing but upped her game in the fashion world, post marriage. Here are some pictures that prove how!
Being a sports fanatic, Amitabh Bachchan recently said that he tries to plan his work schedule as per the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) matches.
In an incident reminiscent of the spate of similar killings of secular bloggers and atheist activists, a university professor was on Saturday hacked to death by unidentified assailants less than 50 metres from his residence in the northern Rajshahi c
Washington: The US has offered FBI's assistance to Bangladesh to collaborate in its investigations into a spate of murders involving secular bloggers, including the recent killing of a law student who posted comments against radical
New Delhi: A feminist campaigner did something which was unheard of even when their is hardly anything left to be revealed on internet, She live blogged her rape in an attempt to encourage other rape
Dhaka: Two students were today awarded death penalty and six persons including outlawed Ansarullah Bangla Team chief received various jail terms by a Bangladesh court for killing secular blogger Ahmed Rajib Haider, nearly three years
Dhaka: Police said on Tuesday they were investigating an email sent to various media outlets reportedly by a banned Islamist group in Bangladesh threatening to topple "towering buildings" and telling the media not to run
New Delhi: Rafael Del Col, a blogger from Brazil, lost his wife in a car accident in 2013 and all he was left with was her memories and their little daughter.The guy, who apparently loved
Dhaka: Bangladesh police have arrested three members of a banned Islamist militant group suspected to be involved with the murders of secular bloggers Avijit Roy and Ananta Bijoy Das, officials said on Friday.Militant group Ansarullah
Dhaka: A Bangladeshi student accused of killing prominent secular blogger Ananta Bijoy Das has confessed to the crime, police said as they arrested one more person in connection with the brutal murder.Mannan Rahi, a student of
Dhaka: Bangladesh police have arrested three suspected al Qaeda-linked militants, including a British national who masterminded the recent brutal murders of two prominent secular bloggers in the country that sparked global outrage.“Yes, we have arrested
Dhaka: Police in Bangladesh's capital on Friday arrested two suspected Muslim militants in the killing of a secular blogger last week in the fourth such deadly attack this year.Dhaka Metropolitan Police spokesman Muntasirul Islam identified
Dhaka: A 40-year-old secular blogger was hacked to death at his flat here today by five machete-wielding assailants in the fourth such brutal murder in Bangladesh this year.Niloy Neel was killed by unidentified assailants inside
London: Despite its growing popularity, half of the most popular news on micro-blogging site Twitter are still not being covered by traditional news media sources, researchers report.To understand this, the team employed a new methodology that
Dhaka: With the recent killings of three secular bloggers in Bangladesh by fundamentalists, the country's intellectuals here are suspecting Pakistan's hand behind the brutal attacks and feel that an international intervention is required to ensure