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Railway minister’s son booked for raping actor, Gowdas deny charges

Railway minister’s son booked for raping actor, Gowdas deny charges

Bangalore, Aug 28 (Indistan News): In a fresh controversy for the Modi government, the son of Railway Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda has been booked for rape and cheating on a complaint by Kannada film actor Maithreyi. The

Railway minister’s son booked for raping actor

Railway minister’s son booked for raping actor

Bangalore, Aug 28 (Indistan News): The son of Railway Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda has been booked for rape and cheating following a complaint by Kannada film actor Maithreyi, police said Thursday. The Gowdas denied the charges, even

Three held for ONGC exam paper leak bid

Three held for ONGC exam paper leak bid

...This year, to avoid any delay in commencement of the examination, the organisers decided to deliver the question papers in advance to respective centres. Consequently the question papers were delivered to examination centres in advance Saturday evening,”

NoW’s Andy Coulson jailed for phone hacking

NoW’s Andy Coulson jailed for phone hacking

London, July 4 ((Crime News):) Andy Coulson, ex-editor of the now defunct News of the World (NoW) newspaper, was sentenced to 18 months in jail Friday for conspiracy to hack phones, BBC reported. The 46-year-old,

Dabholkar murder: Ex-top cop slaps defamation notice on news magazine

Dabholkar murder: Ex-top cop slaps defamation notice on news magazine

Pune, July 21 ((Crime News):) Former Pune police commissioner Gulabrao Pol Monday sent defamation notice seeking Rs.100 crore (Rs.one billion) in damages from the editor and reporter of a English news magazine for alleging that he sought

Bangalore shutdown over rapes hits normal life

Bangalore shutdown over rapes hits normal life

Bangalore, July 31 (Indistan News): A day-long shutdown across the city by pro-Kannada groups to protest sexual assaults on minors and rising crimes against women ended peacefully Thursday amid tight security though normal life was affected.

City walls stand defaced during Delhi Univ. elections

City walls stand defaced during Delhi Univ. elections

New Delhi, Aug 31 (Indistan News): It’s that time of the year again when the capital’s wall and street furniture are defaced with posters of contestants in the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) elections, when most of

Shutdown hits normal life in Bangalore

Shutdown hits normal life in Bangalore

...attempts to shut shops and private establishments,” Additional Police Commissioner Alok Kumar told (Crime News):. Though government offices, IT firms and large private organizations functioned, albeit with fewer staffers attending, eateries, shops, departmental stores, garment factories

Amarnath Yatra resumes from Baltal, Pahalgam routes

Amarnath Yatra resumes from Baltal, Pahalgam routes

Srinagar, July 19 ((Crime News):) The Amarnath Yatra resumed at 10 a.m. Saturday from both Baltal and Pahalgam routes after its temporary suspension, an official said. A senior police official told (Crime News): in Srinagar

Child rights groups oppose Maneka’s statement, activists seek debate

Child rights groups oppose Maneka’s statement, activists seek debate

New Delhi, July 14 ((Crime News):) Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi’s stand that juveniles who commit rape should be tried as adults has evoked mixed reaction, with women’s and political leaders stressing widespread consultations but