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Delhi Court summons US woman to depose as witness in rape case

A US national, who accused a man of raping her in a city hotel after drugging her with a laced-drink, has been summoned as a witness by a Delhi court to depose about her misery.

Four Indians booked for illegal immigration bid of refugees

Four Indians and 30 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have been booked for allegedly undertaking an illegal voyage to Australia in a boat via Sri Lanka from this district, police said on Thursday.

Cow vigilante attack: Three sent to 2-week judicial custody

Three persons arrested in connection with the death of a man after he was beaten up by so-called cow vigilantes in Rajasthan's Alwar district were sent to 14-day judicial custody on Friday.

Cleric arrested for raping, blackmailing woman with obscene clips in Muzaffarnagar

A cleric has been arrested in Chawla village here on charges of raping a woman and blackmailing her with a video of the act, police said on Sunday.

  Court refuses to quash summons against Unitech MDs, Directors

Court refuses to quash summons against Unitech MDs, Directors

In the three cheating cases lodged by investors in their housing projects, a city court has refused to quash the summons against the top bosses of Unitech Ltd, a prominent realty player.

Woman raped by hospital's security personnel in Delhi's Mangolpuri area

 A woman was allegedly raped by a man on the pretext of marriage in outer Delhi's Mangolpuri area.

Confusion abuzz on validity of Rs 10 coin: Here's the reality

Confusion abuzz on validity of Rs 10 coin: Here's the reality

In the past few weeks, rumours that Rs 10 coins have been declared invalid by the RBI have spread like wildfire in market.

While Olympians bite medal, Paralympians hear it – Here's what differentiates the two!

While Olympians bite medal, Paralympians hear it – Here's what differentiates the two!

Steel balls are kept inside the medals so visually impaired athletes could hear them.

Rio Controversy: Belarus delegate banned after carrying Russian flag at Paralympic opening ceremony

Rio Controversy: Belarus delegate banned after carrying Russian flag at Paralympic opening ceremony

The man, identified by Russian media as Andrei Fomochkin, was hailed as a hero by both Russian and Belarusian officials.

Paralympics opening ceremony begins in Rio de Janeiro

Paralympics opening ceremony begins in Rio de Janeiro

The Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro has participants from 159 countries and 4,432 athletes who will compete in 22 categories, two more categories than in the London 2012 Paralympics due to the inclusion of triathlon and canoeing.

IOC President Thomas Bach to skip Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro

IOC President Thomas Bach to skip Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro

It will be the first time the IOC president has missed the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games since 1984.

Self-mutilation and exaggeration the International Paralympic Committee bugbears

Self-mutilation and exaggeration the International Paralympic Committee bugbears

Certain athletes resort to drastic measures to aimprove their performances, self mutilating their already damaged limbs, the advantage being they do not feel the pain as the nerves are dead.

Russia loses appeal against Paralympics ban in Rio next month

Russia loses appeal against Paralympics ban in Rio next month

CAS said its panel found the IPC "did not violate any procedural rule in dealing with the disciplinary process" which led to Russia`s suspension from the event.

Four convicted for abducting, gangraping minor

 A fast track court convicted four persons, including a woman, for abducting and gangraping a 16-year-old girl in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar district

Delhi HC seeks Centre's response on 'inconsistency' in rape law

Delhi HC seeks Centre's response on 'inconsistency' in rape law

 The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought response of the Ministry of Law and Justice on a plea which claimed that "inconsistency" has crept in through the amended rape law which protects a husband from prosecution for the offence of unnatural sex with his wife.

Amritsar court summons Kejriwal, AAP leaders in defamation case

A court in Amritsar city issued summons to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other AAP leaders in a defamation case filed by Punjab Revenue Minister Bikram Singh Majithia.
 

6 ISIS men conspired to carry out terror acts: NIA to court

 Six suspected ISIS operatives were allegedly conspiring to carry out terror activities in national capital and adjoining regions and during Ardh Kumbh in Haridwar to terrorise people, the NIA on Monday told a special court.

20-year-old married woman  raped  in Rajasthan's Bundi district

20-year-old married woman raped in Rajasthan's Bundi district

A 20-year-old married woman was allegedly raped by a man in Nandgaon village here, police said on Monday.

BSF DIG wrongly booked for disrupting traffic; SI shunted out

A BSF Deputy Inspector General was allegedly wrongly booked for disrupting traffic during a protest in which he was not even present, following which a police officer was shunted out.

Hyderabad court asks police to book Owaisi

A city court on Thursday directed police to book a case against AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi for stating that he will provide legal aid to suspected Islamic State (IS) sympathisers arrested here last month.