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Punjab BJP leader Anil Joshi faces arrest

Punjab’s local bodies minister, BJP leader Anil Joshi is visited with non-bailable warrant  for repeatedly not appearing for trial in three cases. One case is related to demolition of a building owned by a lawyer who is member of the Congress, and the others are defamation suits related to Joshi’s double-vote scandal. Joshi ‘s bail earlier grants  has been cancelled on ... Read More »

Catholic Priest held molesting a girl in Keral

Catholic Priest held molesting a girl in Keral Raju Kokken, a 40-year-old Catholic priest at Saint Paul’s Church in Thaikkattussery in Thrissur in Kerala, who was on the run since parents of a nine-year-old girl accused him of allegedly raping their daughter on April 25, was arrested from Poothappady in Nagercoil in Tamil Nadu on Sunday. He was hiding at ... Read More »

Creation of Telengana not interfered at the moment

Creation of Telengana not interfered at the moment Supreme court refused to stay notification for creation of Telengana  Creation of Telengana not interfered at the moment.The Supreme Court on Monday refused to stay the central government’s notification on creation of Telangana after bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh. A bench led by Justice H L Dattu said that no interim order can ... Read More »

Life term imprisonment killing wives

Two persons of Nayagarh and Mayurbhanj  were sentenced to life term imprisonment by the respective local courts Tuesday and Wednesday for killing their wives. Mayurbhanj  district and sessions judge Ajay Kumar  Mohanty  sentenced Govind Murmu of Kukund under Mahuldiha police limits to lifetime imprisonment Wednesday . The judge also slapped a fine of Rs, 10,000, on failure of the payment ... Read More »

Fudging of Voters list brought under scanning of Court

Amidst the allegation of the fudging of the voters list, the elections were held under the supervision of former apex court judges Justice N.M. Kasliwal and Justice S.P. Pathak, who were appointed observers by the Supreme Court. The elections had become contentious since former Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner Lalit Modi, who is living in self-exile in London, is expected ... Read More »

the state government to pay compensation of Rs 50,000 each to two persons

CUTTACK: The Orissa high court has asked the state government to pay compensation of Rs 50,000 each to two persons who were allegedly tortured by junior doctors on the hostel premises of SCB Medical College and Hospital in 2002.Justice B K Patel on Friday directed the government to pay the amount to Manoj Mohanty and his nephew, Biswa Bijay Mohanty, ... Read More »

Adulteration of Petrol by the driver of the tanker nabbed

BERHAMPUR: Adulterating petrol ,essential commodity warrants action and the surveillance of the intelligence set up hence has no room to close eyes on the miscreants .Person three in numbers got in to fix by police arrest and custodian leading on Sunday for such misleading the users by adulterating petrol and the person is nonetheless but the driver of the tanker ... Read More »

Indian National in singapur jail for molestation crime

Singapore: Vadla Kandappachari, 38, Indian national , a construction worker alleged to have molestated a women of 43 in singapore and on such unethical and immoral action of Vadla  a Singapore court on Friday sentenced him  to nine months jail for molesting a woman in Singapore.Vadla Kandappachari, 38, a construction worker who was carrying out upgrading work at a construction site in ... Read More »

NIST on frying pan pained by the directives of OHC

CUTTACK: The Orissa high court has directed Berhampur-based National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) to pay Rs 10 lakh as fine to the state government for admitting students without permission. On April 16, a division bench of Chief Justice A K Goel and Justice A K Rath gave the direction after hearing petitions filed by seven students, who were ... Read More »

Women maternity leave extended to Two years :SC

Women maternity leave extended to Two years :SC The Supreme Court on Tuesday held that a woman employee of central government can get uninterrupted leave for two years for child care, which also includes needs like examination and sickness. A bench of justices SJ Mukhopadhaya and V Gopala Gowda set aside the order of Calcutta High Court which had held ... Read More »

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