Pak court jails Hafiz aide for 32 years

Lahore: A Pakistani anti-terrorism court has handed down 32 years of imprisonment to Yahya Mujahid, spokesperson of Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed’s JuD terror group, in two terror financing cases. Saeed’s brother-in-law was awarded one-year jail. PTI


AG grants consent to prosecute Kamra

New Delhi: Attorney General KK Venugopal on Thursday gave his consent to initiate criminal contempt of court proceedings against standup comedian Kunal Kamra for his tweets insinuating the SC. In one of his tweets, Kamra showed the SC in saffron colour with a BJP flag in place of Tricolour. TNS


PUBG set to return with new game

New Delhi: PUBG is set to return to India with PUBG Corporation on Thursday announcing it was preparing to launch a new game, PUBG Mobile India. In September, the government had blocked 118 Chinese mobile apps, including PUBG. PTI



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