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Feb 23, 2015
Taliban release Jesuit priest in Afghanistan: How Modi, Doval made it happenTop official sources told Firstpost that the rescue was the result of a major operation by Indian intelligence and security agencies posted in that region.
Feb 06, 2015
From underdog to king of mobile payments: Paytm's Sharma has a lot to learn from Alibaba's Jack Mat took Ma just over three months to sew up a deal with Sharma, which reports suggest could mean close to $400 million investment in One97 in phases.
Jul 23, 2014
Damning FIR: CBI says Dayanidhi Maran got Rs 550 cr in Aircel-Maxis dealThe CBI's FIR states that Sun TV was overvalued and thereby kicked off a series of events that led to Maran walking away with a cool Rs 550 crore.
Apr 04, 2014
Anand interview: 'No difference between a champion and a challenger'Firstpost caught up with the Indian Super Grandmaster, who in the eyes of many, has come back into the reckoning on the basis of some exceptional chess. It wasn’t expected and that is why it perhaps seems even more brilliant.
Feb 21, 2014
AAP's Mumbai rally violated rules: No political event allowed on playgroundsParty sought permission for a Shivaji Jayanti celebration, then went on to hold a political rally. BMC issues warning.
Oct 02, 2013
Exclusive: As PM talked peace, Pak grabbed ghost village on LoCIntrusion in Shala Bhata is first since 2001-2002 crisis when Pakistani troops have held Indian territory.
Sep 26, 2013
Exclusive: Timeline of how the J&K attack unfoldedFirstpost has received details of auto-driver Roshan Lal's interrogation by the Jammu Police, as well as others of how the Fiyadeen attack unfolded in the Police station and Army camp in Samba in Jammu and Kashmir.
Sep 24, 2013
Nairobi tragedy, then Indian red tape: Ordeal of victim's kinIn the forty-eight hours before Sanjivi Natarajan's departure to pick up his brother's body from Nairobi, where he was a victim of the mall hostage crisis, he faced extraordinary trauma - the consequence not just of the agonising news, but a bizarre bureaucratic barbed-wire fence that could only have been built in India.
Sep 23, 2013
Kenya attack: No help from MEA, says slain Indian's familyNatarajan's family members have been in a rush since Sunday night to arrange for tickets to Nairobi for Sridhar's brother, but as a family member from Chennai tells Firstpost, they have faced a bureaucratic tangle which made booking his tickets very difficult.
Sep 06, 2013
Exclusive: Yasin Bhatkal warns of a new wave of fidayeen strikesInvestigation sources say the feared Indian jihadist network is now being run directly by Pakistan’s ISI—and has become more tightly knit, and more lethal, than ever before.