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Corruption Case: Setback for Sonia, Rahul Gandhi, get court summon

Corruption Case: Setback for Sonia, Rahul Gandhi, get court summon; Subramanian Swamy happy Read more at: http://news.oneindia.in/india/sonia-rahul-gandhi-summoned-in-court-subramanian-swamy-corruption-allegation-1472417.html New Delhi, June 26: In a major setback for Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi, a magistrate court in Delhi summoned them in connection with a corruption case filed by BJP leader Subramanian Swamy. The metropolitan court judge -- Gomti Minocha summoned the Gandhis on Aug 7.  Read Swamy's allegations against the Gandhis here:  Mrs Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi had floated a Section 25 private company called Young Indian and acquired the public limited company, the Associated Journals Ltd., which is the owner of National Herald and Quami Awaz Newspapers, and all high value real estate property in Delhi and other places in Uttar Pradesh of the said company. The deal is a sham, bogus and a violation of several laws. It is a fraud

Talking to Pakistan in its language

Praveen Swami   The Lashkar-e-Taiba has blamed India for the Karachi airport attack, the latest of many signs that it may be preparing the ground for terror strikes. Mr. Modi promised to hit back, but can he?   Few Indians would have been up before dawn that morning after 26/11, as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sat around his office, watching the images of Mumbai burning. He may have wondered if the country would be at war before it woke. Intelligence Bureau officers who had been listening-in to the attackers' conversations with their commanders in Karachi, had told the Prime Minister that there was little doubt of Pakistani involvement. Dr. Singh seemed stirred: "the people of India will not forgive us if we do nothing," an aide recalls him saying.   He chose, however, to ignore his instincts. In a speech delivered on November 27, even as the bodies of victims were still strewn on the ground, the Prime Minister promised upgraded security forces, and aggressive diplom