#Express5: Bangalore’s @ShamiWitness traced, says he fears police; Aus-Ind ditch niceties on Day 4

We recommend that you go through these five stories from The Indian Express before starting your day.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: December 13, 2014 10:59:09 am
We recommend that you go through these five stories from The Indian Express before starting your day. We recommend that you go through these five stories from The Indian Express before starting your day

 

1. SHAMI WITNESS

 

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Outed by UK’s Channel 4 as the man behind @ShamiWitness, the pro-jihadi Twitter handle followed by thousands of Islamic State supporters, and with the police closing in, Mehdi Masroor Biswas, 24, has begun to panic.

His pro-jihad Twitter handle traced, man in Bangalore says he fears police as written by Subrata Nagchowdhury

2. GOD’S OWN COUNTRY

 

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A 24-year-old Swiss tourist on Friday left Kerala with unforgettable memories of nearly six months spent in ‘God’s Own Country’. So unforgettable, that he now plans to file a case for compensation to make up for those months.

‘If I don’t come back, means police have put fear into me’ reports Shaju Philip

3. LIMA CLIMATE CONFERENCE

 

Activists wear masks of world leaders during a demonstration demanding cuts in global emission at the UN Climate Change Conference in Lima on Friday. Activists wear masks of world leaders during a demonstration demanding cuts in global emission at the UN Climate Change Conference in Lima on Friday.

 

With just a few hours remaining in the climate talks to come to a close, countries finally got down to negotiating a simple and short text that will determine what and how each country would list as its “contribution” in the fight against climate change.

After dressing down, countries finally get to work by Amitabh Sinha

4. OPINION

 

 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has enormous reservoirs of political capital, refreshingly grand ambitions for India, and still strikes enchantingly nice notes. But the government is floundering.

Movie without a script writes Pratap Bhanu Mehta

5. SPORTS

 

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It’s not like Varun Aaron didn’t try. He even opened his mouth slightly, but the words simply didn’t come out. Probably because he just didn’t know what to say. Nothing that could have passed off for an apt riposte anyway.

Words fly thick and fast as players ditch the niceties by Bharat Sundaresan

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