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Lady cop complains to Chief Justice about trial court judge
Report dated 14/06/2011 @ 2:03 AM
Additional deputy commissioner of police Meghna Yadav, appealed to the Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court, complaining that a trial court judge humiliated her and made personal remarks after he called her to his chamber in connection with a case.
Sources say the judge called Officer Yadav to explain an incident of bribery in which a head constable took money from an accused for not executing a bailable warrant against him in a bounced cheque case. The judge then allegedly ordered other attendants out of his chamber and asked Yadav irrelevant and unwarranted questions.
In her complaint to the Chief Justice Yadav said the judge was rude and aggressive.
She has appealed to the chief justice to take 'necessary action' against the judge to avoid such incidents reoccurring.
Now Ramdev plans armed militia of 11,000 to fight 'corruption' !
Report dated 09/06/2011 @ 4:42 PM
Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh said Baba Ramdev's call for armed rebellion shows his violent temperament and demanded action against the yoga guru. He also said his actions showed that he is a mask of the BJP and other saffron organisations.
Congress hope the government will take appropriate action to uphold the Constitution and maintain law and order.
Asked if Ramdev's statements amounted to sedition, Congress spokesperson Jayanti Natarajan said what the yoga guru said was completely against the rule of law and the Constitution.
Father burns daughter alive for talking to boyfriend on cellphone
Report dated 06/06/2011 @ 5:33 PM
Archana Singh a 20 year old student was having a love affair with her BA classmate Suman Singh. They wanted to marry but the girl's father was opposed as he believed the boy's family was not of his status or standing.
One day the father caught Archana talking to Suman on her cellphone and he was infuriated. He doused his daughter in kerosene and burned her to death, and buried her body in a pit. The girl's father and fellow villagers then made an abortive bid to kill the boy at his residence. However he and his accomplices fled after Suman's father fired two rounds in the air to save his son's life.
Suman filed an FIR and police are investigating the tragic but murky episode of yet another 'honour killing', the second time in Nawada district.
Celebrities shamelessly dodge customs duty payments
Report dated 06/06/2011 @ 5:28 PM
The long practice of name dropping as a strategy to clear Customs has been a thorn in the side of Customs Collectors.
New Directives have now been issued by the Deputy Collector of Customs, Sameer Wankhede, and as a result the Customs Department has been cracking down on celebrities and ensuring that imported goods are properly declared and paid for. The various celebrities and cricketers are not entitled to any impunity at the airport and must be treated as equal to all passengers.
Authorities say most cricketers resort to name-dropping tactics and put pressure on junior officers.
Hopefully the directive has put paid to the menace and celebs will henceforth toe the line like everyone else.
7-year-old accuses father and his friends of gangraping her
Report dated 05/06/2011 @ 11:01 PM
A Pune girl aged 7, has accused her father Narayan Pathak and three of his friends, of repeatedly gangraping her over a fortnight.
The mother of the victim has filed a complaint against her estranged husband and three others.
The mother works in a private company and a short while after they were married the couple had marital problems and have been living separately for some three years. She said Pathak who works as a driver with the Pune Municipal Corporation, would come to her home on the pretext of dropping his daughter to a creche.
The men and the victim have been sent for medical examinations. The four men are also scheduled to appear before a magistrate shortly.