Senators vote to declassify CIA interrogation report

The US Senate`s intelligence panel voted 11-3 Thursday to declassify hundreds of pages of its detailed report on the CIA`s controversial Bush-era interrogation program.

Karnataka police begins Yasin Bhatkal`s interrogation

City police on Saturday began interrogation of the Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal on his alleged involvement in the Chinnaswamy cricket stadium blast case.

CPI(M) demands interrogation of minister named by Kunal Ghosh

CPI(M) Politburo member Surjya Kanta Mishra on Wednesday demanded an investigation into the allegations made by Trinamool Congress MP Kunal Ghosh against a state minister regarding the Saradha chit fund scam.

Malaysian court orders Rs 57 lakh compensation for 2 Indians

Malaysian High Court today awarded more than 57 lakh rupees in damages to two ethnic Indian men who sued the authorities for torturing them during interrogation.

Man gets death sentence for rape, murder of minor

A local court on Saturday awarded death penalty to a 24-year-old man after finding him guilty of rape and murder of a minor girl.

Guantanamo drug probe raises new questions

A newly-released Pentagon report says there is no evidence that officials at Guantanamo Bay used mind-altering drugs to interrogate prisoners.

Fake currency racket busted, five held

Five persons were arrested on Monday for allegedly running a fake currency racket and counterfeit notes with a face value of Rs 27,000 seized from
their possession, police said.

Seer taken into custody for interrogation in Badrinath

A seer, living in the Badrinath area without valid permission, has been taken
into custody for interrogation, police said Thursday.

CD of Hasan Ali`s custodial interrogation placed before SC

An IPS officer of Maharashtra,
who had secretly recorded the custodial interrogation of Hasan
Ali Khan, placed its CD before the SC alleging that names of important public figures were disclosed
by the Pune stud farm owner.

Somali pirates placed under arrest, to face Indian law

The 15 Somali pirates who were
apprehended by the Indian Navy following a gunbattle off the
coast of Lakshadweep Islands were being taken to Mumbai for

WikiLeaks founder Assange applies to work, live in Sweden

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has applied to the Swedish Migration Board for a permit to stay and work in the country, a spokesman for the agency said on Tuesday.

CBI denies reports about interrogating Assam ministers

The CBI on Friday said its probe into
diversion of funds in Assam`s North Cachar Hills Autonomous
District Council was progressing well but denied reports that
it was going to interrogate some Assam ministers.

Chinese youth`s interrogation still on: Police

Police today said the interrogation
of a Chinese national, arrested for travelling without valid
documents in Arunachal Pradesh, by Army and central
intelligence agencies including RAW is still continuing.

Kokrajhar police to interrogate Ranjan Daimary

NDFB Chief Ranjan Daimary, prime
accused of October 30, 2008 serial blasts in Assam, would be
interrogated soon by police in lower Assam`s Kokrajhar
district for his alleged involvement in five criminal cases.

26/11: US mum on Headley probe

US authorities are tight-lipped about when will the Indian sleuths get to quiz LeT operative.

Shahzad’s father in Pak custody for interrogation

The family had vacated their house just hours after news regarding Shahzad’s involvement was flashed.

India says Headley confession no setback, will quiz him in US

India hopes to get access to 26/11 terror suspect David Headley to interrogate him across the table.

Foreign agencies can `interview` Headley on US soil: Lawyer

The lawyer of David Headley has assured that he can be interviewed by foreign agencies including India only on US soil.

Ex-Bush aide Rove `proud` of waterboarding

A top aide to former US president George W Bush has defended the use of harsh interrogation techniques, insisting he is "proud" of the methods and they had helped prevent terrorist attacks.

Musharraf denies handing over any Pakistani to US, other countries for interrogation

Former Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf has rebuffed allegations regarding handing over Pakistanis to foreign authorities for interrogation.