In another horrific incident, a six-year-old minor was raped in Raipur, Chhattisgarh. Getting into the details, the incident occurred on September 28, when a 14-year-old minor boy, allegedly the neighbour of the victim raped the girl. ASP Lakhan Patle, who is investigating the case said, the minor accused has been produced before the Juvenile Justice Board and a case is registered under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC.)
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In Maharashtra, Suresh Malkani (73,) the president of the Vivekananda Education Society (VES), Chembur, filed a complaint against Vishwak Enterprises owner Rahul Chite, in Dombivali for allegedly cheating him of Rs 10 lakhs. On July 6, Suresh said, he intended to purchase a 160 kilovolt-amps capacity generator and invited online quotations. Reacting to this, the VES offered to provide it for Rs. 11,15,100. After taking advance, they… read-more
Pravesh Shukla, the representative of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) who went viral for his shameful act of peeing on a tribal man is being charged under National Security Act. On the night of July 4, the police arrested Shukla at 2:00 AM., despite his attempts to escape from one place to another. Shukla has been booked under the National Security Act, the SC/ST Act and relevant sections of the IPC.
In a viral video that surfaced online last week, a man was seen riding a scooter with seven children as pillion passengers. As per news reports, the footage is recorded on Mumbai central bridge and was posted by a Twitter user on June 20, demanding action the man. Furthermore, the Mumbai traffic police successfully located and apprehended the man, fined charges against him under relevant sections of the IPC.
Two youths named Akash Mukherjee and Lubna Sukte, both 28, were on a date in Mumbai. The date went tragic, as Akash tried killing his girlfriend after she refused to have sexual intimacy. Mukherjee was later arrested, the night after onlookers caught him and brought the matter to the police's attention. The incident took place at Bandra's Bandstand area. A video showing Sukte in a pool of blood surfaced online.
The Hyderabad Police registered a case against Tollywood actress Dimple Hayati, for damaging public property. The case was registered with the Jubilee Hills Police by Chandan, driver of IPS Officer Rahul Hegde after Hayati with her fiance Victor David damaged his government car. The case has been registered under sections of the IPC, confirmed police. Moreover, in a statement, IPS Rahul, who shares complex with Dimple mentioned her rude… read-more
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In a shocking incident, an Army jawan allegedly killed Sudeshna, the wife of an army officer Manoj Senapati. Notably, the murder occurred in rage, after a heated argument between Sudeshna and the accused Nitish Pandey. Getting into details, Manoj Senaptati was in an illicit relationship with Nitish's spouse and was blackmailing with intimate photos and video. The local police registered a cas under relevant IPC section and arrested Nitish… read-more
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A Hyderabad man who works as a bus driver called off his wedding amid 'old furniture' given in the dowry. A resident of Maula Ali was scheduled to get married on February 19, but he didn't turn up and when the bride's father went to the groom's house, they misbehaved and refused to get married. The Hyderabad police registered a case against the groom and his family.
The Hyderabad Cyber Crime arrested Shoma Purkayastha and Balayoko Lassian for duping Rs 1.22 crores, on the pretext of sending a gift parcel. "The accused person Bakayoko Lassina opened the fake account on social media and sent a friend request to the people randomly for friendship." He trapped the complainant and received Rs 1.22… read-more
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In a significant judgement, the Supreme Court clarified that its 2018 judgment striking down the Indian Penal Code (IPC) Section 497 (Adultery) will not have any impact on the court martial proceedings. On January 31, the court said, the proceedings initiated against personnel serving in the armed forces for their adulterous conduct will be allowed as an offence. A five-judge bench, headed by Justice KM Joseph announced the decision.
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