1. TRAI backs net neutrality, will impose stiff penalties on companies adopting differential pricingThe Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has ruled in favor of net neutrality by opposing differential pricing. It has just been reported that TRAI has stated that companies will be barred from charging or offering data traffic on a discriminatory basis. Service providers flaying this ruling will be subject to a fine of Rs 50,000 per day, up to a maximum of Rs 50 lakh. Read more here.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>2. 26/11 Mumbai attack: David Headley’s deposition reveals close nexus between ISI, LeT, says Ujjwal NikamSpecial public prosecutor in the 26/11 case, Ujjwal Nikam, on Monday said that David Coleman Headley’s deposition has revealed that there is a close nexus between the Inter-Services Intelligence( ISI) and the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), adding that it is for the Government of India to take a call on the evidence provided by Headley. Read more here.3. Pathankot attack: Pakistan finds no evidence of JeM chief Masood Azhar’s involvementA team, constituted by Pakistan to investigate into the attack on Indian airbase in Pathankot last month, has concluded that there is no substantive evidence to suggest that Maulana Masood Azhar, the chief of the outlawed Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) militant group, masterminded the deadly assault. Read more here.4. Indian Railways to unveil 200 kmph coaches with sliding doorsGearing up to run trains at higher speed, railways will this month unveil modern coaches equipped with automatic sliding doors and electro-pneumatically assisted brake system to assist in operating at 200 kmph speed. Read more here.5. Zomato turns profitable in India after achieving operational break-even of businessOnline restaurant guide and food ordering app Zomato has become profitable in six regions, including India, after achieving operational break-even of its businesses. The other regions are UAE, Lebanon, Qatar, Philippines and Indonesia, Zomato said in a statement. Read more here.