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61-year-old Ganesan pleaded guilty for making a bomb hoax in 2004 at Singapore's first prime minister late Lee Kuan Yew's house after consuming alcohol.
The province of Maidan Wardak is just outside of Kabul and the base also serves as a training center for a pro-government militia.
The boys were admitted to the boarding house by their parents to learn musical instruments and to take up other religious studies.
Though Bombairiya is far from perfect, it is an ideal example of how that statement rings true.
In Haseena Parkar, Siddhanth Kapoor portrayed the role of fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim and in Paltan he played an intelligence operative during the Sino-Indian War of 1962.
A local law enforcement agency contacted the FBI in March after getting a tip from someone who said Taheb had become radicalised, changed his name and planned to travel abroad, according to an FBI.
After the students escaped from their residential school, their bodies were found a day after their escape in a river close to the school.
The Taliban commander had masterminded last year's powerful bomb blast in the restive Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in which at least 31 people including three Sikhs were killed.
"We have 15 people dead as of now and that includes foreigners. You will be given more details on all this and even the nationalities by our seniors," a police source told AFP on condition of anonymit
While Somalia-based extremist group Al-Shabab took responsibility for the attack, police were unable to count the bodies despite seeing them.
A bomb exploded near a heavily-fortified foreign compound in Kabul, killing at least four people and wounding over 100.
The bomb-laden car blew up near the Green Village compound, which is a secure area housing several foreign organizations, the TOLO News television network said.
Earlier, Wahidullah Mayar, the spokesman for Public Health Ministry, confirmed that 40 injured persons had been taken to hospitals.
The Maharashtra Assembly passed a bill granting 16 per cent reservation in education and government jobs for the Maratha community under the socially and educationally backward category on November 29
Justice S J Kathawalla had last week issued a non-bailable warrant against Manoj Kumar Sharma, who is accused of infringing copyright of Habib's salon's registered trademarks.