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Chinmayanand case victim produced in Shahjahanpur court

SHAHJAHANPUR:  The law student who has accused BJP leader and former Union Minister Swami Chinmayanand with sexual misconduct was brought to a court here in Uttar Pradesh under heavy security on Monday for recording her statement.

Missing 6-yr-old found dead with throat slit in UP

LUCKNOW:  A six-year-old girl, who went missing from her residence here in the Uttar Pradesh capital late on Sunday, was found dead with her throat slit two km away in another house, police said.

Punjab CM intervenes to get three cops dismissed for not coming to rewcue of SI beaten up by drug peddlers

CHANDIGARH: Taking suo motu cognizance of Friday’s attack on a Punjab Police Sub-Inspector by a group of drug smugglers in village Chogawan of Tarn Taran, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh today ordered the immediate dismissal of the personnel who accompanied the officer but took no action to come to his rescue.

Man charged with Mamata murder bid acquitted after 29 years

KOLKATA: Lalu Alam, a former CPI-M youth leader, was acquitted by a court here on Thursday in a case of attempting to murder West Bengal Chief Minister, who was then state youth Congress chief, Mamata Banerjee 29 years ago after the state government requested that the matter be closed.

Muzaffarpur case: SC orders girls' return to families

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday ordered eight girls, who are victims of sexual assault in the Muzaffarpur shelter home case, to be restored to their families.

Indian-origin man jailed in Singapore for sexual assault

SINGAPORE:An Indian-origin homeless man in Singapore has been sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison for sexually assaulting a woman.

Labourer lynched over child-lifting rumour in Amethi

AMETHI:  A labourer was lynched to death, while eight others were injured in an attack by a mob, which suspected them of being child lifters. The incident took place in Uttar Pradesh's Amethi district on Sunday evening.

'Massive' Taliban attack kills dozens in Afghanistan

KABUL: A "massive" attack by Taliban militants in Afghanistan's Kunduz city has killed dozens of people as peace talks between insurgents and the US continued in Qatar, officials said.

Rahul says Kashmir is India's 'internal issue'

NEW DELHI: Days after former Congress President Rahul Gandhi came back from Srinagar and alleged that the situation in Kashmir was not normal, drawing sharp criticism from the BJP, he said on Wednesday that he supported the government stand that Kashmir was India's internal issue and there was no room for Pakistan to interfere.

Mob lynching cases soar in UP over rumours of child lifting

LUCKNOW: After mob lynching in the name of cow slaughter, it is rumours of child lifting that are fueling similar incidents in Uttar Pradesh, where over 20 such cases reported during the past three days.

India to receive first Rafale fighter jet in Sept

NEW DELHI:  The first Rafale fighter jet will be handed over to India in September, French President Emmanuel Macron said in Paris on Thursday during the course of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to his country.

6-yr-old raped, killed by minor brothers in UP

LAKHIMPUR: A six-year-old girl was gang-raped and murdered by two minor brothers in Uttar Pradesh's Lakhimpur Kheri district, police said on Thursday.

Decide rape case against Tejpal in 6 months: SC to Goa court

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday rejected journalist Tarun Tejpal's plea for setting aside the charges of sexual assault framed against him by a trial court. A Bench, headed by Justice Arun Mishra, also ordered the Goa lower court to conclude the trial within six months.

SC rejects Tarun Tejpal's plea

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday rejected journalist Tarun Tejpal's plea seeking to set aside the charges of sexual assault framed against him by a trial court.

Kashmir: Will BBC Once Again Lift The Veil Of Secrecy?

It is just as well that the BBC has decided to expand its shortwave radio service in Kashmir to beat the communications blackout. This is not the first time the BBC has played this role - and for good reason. Because the supine, mainstream media in L.K. Advanis words crawls when it is asked to bend.

News portal files complaint against Meghalaya Police

GUWAHATI: Northeast Now, a Guwahati-based regional news portal, has filed a complaint against the Meghalaya Police's move to gag the media, its spokesperson said here on Friday.

Hong Kong court bans protests from airport

HONG KONG: A Hong Kong court on Wednesday ordered demonstrators to cease their protests at the city's airport and stop obstructing its functioning, forcing them to leave the premises except for specially-designated areas, airport officials said.

Mob lynching: MP police to monitor social media to stop child abduction rumours

BHOPAL: With a motive to prevent mob lynching incidents over child abduction rumours, Madhya Pradesh police is monitoring the social media, especially WhatsApp and Facebook.

CWC to meet again, state units root for Rahul to lead party

NEW DELHI: After meeting for two hours, the Congress Working Committee (CWC) on Saturday decided to meet again in the evening to choose a new Congress president even as it renewed its plea to Rahul Gandhi to take back his resignation from the post. Many of the subgroups formed for consultations among state unit party leaders have named Rahul Gandhi to lead the party.

CWC urges Rahul to reconsider his decision to quit as party chief

NEW DELHI: The Congress Working Committee that met on Saturday to decide the successor of Rahul Gandhi again urged him to reconsider his decision and said it was yet to take a final call on his resignation.


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