QWrap: Sushma’s Defense, Rail Track Safety, Ashes, and More

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1. ‘Naved Not Pakistani’ - Says Pak Agency That’s Aided Terror Before

The Pakistani agency that disowned captured terrorist Mohammed Naved is the one under the scanner for aiding terrorists earlier.

2. Train Accidents Point at Deep-rooted Malaise

A day after two trains derailed in Madhya Pradesh, former Union Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi has written for The Quint that these accidents are symptomatic of a problem that runs very deep.

3. Sushma Finally Gets Her Say, But in a Virtually Empty Lok Sabha

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj finally had the chance to make a statement in the Lok Sabha without interruption. She made a strong case citing documents to prove that she had not actually “asked” for travel documents to be given to former IPL Chief Lalit Modi. The Congress, however was quick to rubbish her claims.

4. The Ashes: Stuart Broad Splits Aus Wide Open

The Ashes series was interestingly poised when the English bowler Stuart Broad split it wide open. He was one wicket shy of 300 test wickets and he got 5 wickets in a spell that reduced Australia to 21/6.

5. Movie Review: MI: Rogue Nation is a Must Watch

With Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation Christopher McQuarrie brings together the best of the original MI and Ghost Protocol ensuring we have 131 minutes of immense fun!

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