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    Bombay High Court quashes criminal case filed against family for allegedly kidnapping their own daughter

    Mumbai: In a breather to a Mangalore-based Hindu family, the Bombay High Court quashed and junked a criminal case filed against them for allegedly kidnapping their own daughter, who married a Muslim man. The case was filed by the girl’s husband, who accused her parents of kidnapping as they were against their ‘inter-religion’ marriage. A division bench of Justice Bhushan Gavai and Justice B P Colabawala quashed the First Information Report (FIR)

  • ED attaches 11.57 crore in assets of Sweta Mangal and Ravi Krishna

    New Delhi: ED on Monday attached movable and immovable properties of Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd. and its directors (M/s ZHL) namely Sweta Mangal and Ravi Krishna worth Rs.11,57,70,944 under provisions of PMLA, 2002.

  • Woman jumps in Kshipra, saved

    Dewas: Sangeeta (38), wife of Dinesh and a resident of Ranibaug, attempted suicide by jumping into the Kshipra on Saturday. However, a few people present on the scene managed to save her. The Industrial Area police have filed a criminal case in this regard.

  • Congress

    File criminal case against Khadse, demands Congress

    New Delhi: The Congress Party on Saturday dubbed the resignation of Maharashtra Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse as a ‘mere drama’, and said a criminal case should be registered against him for misuse of public office.

  • Criminal case filed against Kejriwal, AAP leaders

    Ludhiana: A criminal case has been filed against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders Sanjay Singh Bhagwant Mann and other leaders in Punjab on charges of creating communal tension and spreading terrorism in the state.

  • mumbai police

    15 cases solved with arrest of 6 men, claims Mumbai police

    Mumbai: The crime branch of Mumbai police today claimed to have solved 15 cases of robbery and other offences in the city following the arrest of six members of a robbers’ gang including a most wanted criminal. The persons, identified as Suresh Shinde alias Bansi Pawar (50), Ganesh Shinde alias Balbim (55), Rajendra Kale alias Papya, Rajendra Pawar alias Raja (43), Bachindra Shinde (55) and Dattaray Ghagde (36), were arrested earlier this week.

  • Asaram case

    Video-conferencing feasibility in Asaram trial to be checked

    Ahmedabad: The Gujarat government today told a court in Gandhinagar that it will need some more time to check the feasibility of producing self-styled godman Asaram through video-conferencing facility to expedite the rape trial process against him.

  • Ling Jihua

    No exceptions in crackdown on corruption: Chinese daily

    Beijing: The expulsion of Ling Jihua from the Communist Party of China (CPC) and his removal from public office show that no exception should be allowed in the country’s crackdown on corruption, a state-run daily said Tuesday. The Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee took the action against Ling, a former vice chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee, on Monday.

  • HC notice to Centre over Prashant Bhushan’s plea

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today issued notice to the central government on a plea by advocate Prashant Bhushan challenging the government’s refusal to reissue him a passport with full validity of 10 years as criminal cases are pending against him. Justice Rajiv Shakdher sought a response from the ministry of external affairs and the regional passport office, Ghaziabad, while posting the matter for March 16.