Pakistan to return Indian soldier who crossed LoC, will be handed over at Wagah border
Pakistan said on Saturday an Indian soldier who crossed the Line of Control (LoC) has been convinced to return to his own country and will be handed over to Indian authorities at the Wagah border”. Chohan had crossed over in September last year as tensions rose following a cross-border raisthat India said it carried out against militants.
Teen eats flesh after chopping 9-year-old in to six pieces, drinks blood
A 16-year-old boy from Ludhiana has been detained for killing a nine-year-old boy, chopping his body into six pieces, eating the flesh and drinking the blood. deepu Kumar  had gone missing on Monday. His beheaded body was found the next day, dumped in a vacant plot in the city's Dugri area.
Young girl stripped, molested and tortured in presence of her mother; 5 held
Five people, including three women, were arrested for allegedly kidnapping a 20-year-old woman and her mother before stripping and torturing the daughter on the night of January 14-15 in north-west Bengaluru. Police announced the arrests on Friday and gave details of the incident.
Confusion about ‘Nation-State’ is dangerous for Sikhs
     Of late, some thinkers of the Sikhs, a minority constituting less than two per cent of India’s population, are praising and advocating for a separate ‘nation-state’ as the best political solution for the emancipation of the besieged community. Such thinkers go to the extent of harrying and hounding those Sikh intellectuals who oppose the concept of ‘nation-state’, a Western construct. 
Marriage offer cannot be used as inducement in every rape case: High Court
 A promise to marry cannot be considered an inducement in every rape case, the Bombay high court  has ruled while granting pre-arrest bail to a 21-year-old youth after his former girlfriend lodged a case of rape following their break-up. Justicw Mridula bhatkar held that an educated girl who has consented to have pre-marital sex should take responsibility for her decision.
PUNJAB ELECTIONS: 1243 in poll fray in Punjab elections, 695 papers rejected after scrutiny
As many as 695 nomination papers out of 1,941 have been rejected in Punjab after scrutiny by the Election Commission for the February 4 assembly polls, an official said here today. During the scrutiny, 1,243 nominations were found valid and 695 invalid while three cases were kept pending, one in Hoshiarpur and two in Mansa, an official spokesman of the Punjab Chief Electoral Office said
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Pakistan not free doctor whose help to US resulted in killing of bin Laden
A jailed Pakistani doctor believed to have helped the CIA hunt down al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden will be neither released nor handed to the United States, Pakistan’s law minister has told legislators, media reported on Wednesday. Dr Shakil Afridi, hailed as a hero by US officials, was arrested after US forces killed bin Laden in May 2011 in a secret raid in a northern Pakistani town that plunged relations between the uneasy strategic partners to a new low.
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