Sandeep Sharma, who is not a local was in same house where Lashkari took shelter. He said that investigations revealed that Sharma had been visiting Kashmir, particularly in summers, since 2012 and worked as a vendor here. Sharma was arrested along with another militant from the house where LeT commander Bashir Lashkari, who was behind the attack on the policemen, was killed by the security forces during a a gunfight on July 1.
But that long wait has now come to an end as No6 seed Konta continued her magical tournament with a hard-fought 7-6 4-6 6-4 victory. After the contest, a clearly emotional Konta admitted just how tricky it has been to get past her French opponent.
Firefighters used foam to extinguish the fire, Humphrey said. Firefighters with the Los Angeles Fire Department rescued those who were trapped and extinguished the flames by 9 p.m., according to Brian Humphrey of the LAFD. The explosion caused a fire that lasted several hours, cutting out power to customers across the north side of the San Fernando Valley. Videos posted to social media showed large plumes of smoke billowing into the air.
He became the Chief Minister after challenging the corruption of Lalu Prasad Yadav . Hitting out at the BJP Prime Minister, Lalu Yadav also added that "It is a conspiracy" against him and his family. Available on Android and IOS. Reports said the all JD-U spokespersons have been asked by the chief minister not to make any comments over raids. During the press briefing, CBI additional Director Rakesh Asthana said that ample proof of alleged irregularities were found in the privatisation of ...
The sixth Spider-Man film in just over 15 years netted $50.5 million on Friday from 4,248 locations. Sony has proven it can still produce money-making Spider-Man movies . Leonardo DiCaprio? Remember when he was the darling of Sony Pictures? "Even though there have been other Spider-Man movies, this film feels fresh and new and different and special, and I think that's what's really resonating with audiences right now", added Greenstein.
The Lions left New Zealand yesterday having won five games, lost three and drawn two matches. After Owen Farrell had levelled the score at 15-15 with a 78th-minute penalty, the All Blacks looked set to be given a chance to claim victory when referee Poite awarded a penalty to the hosts from the restart.