The shooting of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala has brought the gangs of Punjab in limelight and raises a serious question about the law and order situation in the border state.
Senior advocate Indira Jaisingh appeared on behalf of the wife and urged the court not to interfere with the order of the High Court.
New Delhi, May 11: The Supreme Court has agreed to examine if a man can be tried for raping his wife despite the immunity provided to the husbands under the provisions of the Indian Penal Code (IPC)
A Division Bench of the Delhi High Court is set to deliver its verdict today on the validity of Exception 2 of Sections 375 (rape) in the IPC that makes a husband immune to marital rape charges provided the minor is not a minor.
The customs officials have found that smuggling in a kilogram of gold into India fetches Rs 6 lakh. Moreover the ones smuggling it into India are paid around Rs 40,000 per consignment.
New Delhi, May 02: There is a heightened sense of alert along the Tamil Nadu coast as well as the airport in the wake of the rising number of smuggling cases. The Intelligence Bureau had signalled that there would be a rise in such activities considering the turmoil in Sri Lanka.
On Friday, the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) arrested Thangakesavarn and Nandini, two Malaysian national from the Coimbatore International Airport with 4.2 kilograms of gold worth Rs 2.26 crore.
New Delhi, Apr 04: The National Investigation Agency which is probing the murder of Bajrang Dal activist, Harsha has learnt that the crime was committed with the intention of striking terror and creating unrest amidst the hijab issue in Karnataka.
The FIR states, ‘and whereas the motive of the accused persons in the case appears to be striking terror in the society and create communal disharmony by using a lethal weapon. And whereas the Central Government thinks that a Scheduled Offence under the National Investigation Agency Act 2008 has been committed and having regard to the gravity of the offence and its ramifications on national security, it is required to be investigated by the National Investigation Agency.’
New Delhi, Oct 07: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against seven human traffickers in connection with the Sri Lanka human trafficking case.
The NIA has named Dhinakaran, Kasi Viswanathan, Rasool, Satham Ushen, Saddam Hussain, Abdul Muheetu and Socrates in its chargesheet. All are residents of Tamil Nadu.
The NIA accused them of being involved in an organised international trafficking racket across the Indian-Sri Lankan maritime boundary. They were luring Sri Lankan nationals on the pretext of immigration to Canada, following which they were confined in different places in the country.
New Delhi, Sep 21: The National Investigation Agency has arrested an accused in connection with the DJ Halli police station rioting case reported in Bengaluru.
The NIA said that it arrested one Tabrez a resident of Old Bengaluru Layout.
The case was originally registered at Devarajeevanahalli Police Station, Bengaluru city The case had arisen from the incident on August 11 2020wherein a mob protesting against the alleged derogatory social media (Face book) post about Prophet Mohammed posted by one Naveen, had turned violent and attacked the Police Station with dangerous weapons and stones and burnt police vehicles and damaged government and private properties. The case was later taken over by the NIA.
New Delhi, Sep 08: The National Investigation Agency in its explosive chargesheet filed in connection with the Antilla Bomb Scare case said that dismissed cop Sachin Vaze had orchestrated the entire incident with an intention of establishing himself as a super cop.
The NIA further said that Vaze had played a key role in the killing of businessman Mansukh Hiran. He had directed Hiran to file an FIR with regard to the theft of the Scorpio vehicle, which was used to place the explosives outside the residence of Mukesh Ambani.
The NIA said in its chargesheet that as per the orders of Vaze, the vehicle was piloted by a witness in the official Innova vehicle of the Mumbai crime branch. He was designated as the investigating officer in the case wha manipulated the investigation to cover up the conspiracy, the NIA also said.
New Delhi, Sep 07: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against 13 persons in connection with a human trafficking case booked in Bengaluru.
All 13 accused are Bangladeshi nationals. The NIA charged, Rafik, Sobuj Shaik, Md. Rafikdul Islam Ridoy, Rakibul Islam, Md Babu Molla, Md Alami Hossen, Md Dalim, Hossain MD Azim, Mohammed Jamal, Enamul Haque Shuzan, Md. Ruhul Amin, Riday Islam and Mohammed Milon Biswas.
New Delhi, Sep 04: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against 10 persons in connection with the Antilla bomb scare case.
The charges were filed against Sachin Waze, Naresh Ramniklal Gor, Vinayak Balasaheb Shinde, Riyazuddin Hisamuddin Kazi, Sunil Dharma Mane, Santosh Atmaram Shelar, Anand Pandurang Jadhav, Satish Tirupati Mothkuri, Manish Vasantbhai Soni, and Pradeep Rameshwar Sharma.
The case was registered first by the Mumbai police and it relates to the placing of an explosive laden Mahindra Scorpio Vehicle on Carmichael Road in February.
New Delhi, Aug 06: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against a key conspirator in connection with the C Sasikumar Murder Case of Tamil Nadu.
The NIA charged one Mohammad Rafiqul Hassan. The case relates to the 2016 murder of Sasikumar. He was returning home on his scooter. Sasikumar was the spokesperson of the Hindu Munani (Front) Coimbatore.