SC to decide if a man can be tried for raping his wife

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.

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India’s NGO menace: How CBI cracked down on officials granting licences in lieu of bribe

At least 40 locations across the country were raided and several officials came under the scanner

New Delhi, May 11: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) undertook a massive operation to crackdown on alleged corruption in the Foreigners Division in the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).

At least 40 locations across the country were raided and several officials came under the scanner and are being questioning for allegedly giving clearance to several NGOs in exchange for bribes.

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The use of RPG in Mohali is worrisome and signals possible re-rise of Khalsitanis

Following the incident, all inter-state borders have been sealed. Security has also been heightened at dams, railway stations, bus stands and other vital installations.

New Delhi, May 10: The Intelligence agencies have sounded a high alert following the attack at Mohali on Monday. The attack raised huge concerns since it was a suspected a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) attack.

While the Punjab Police have rounded off some suspects and questioning them, it is yet to be ascertained who could have been behind the attack. An official tells OneIndia on condition of anonymity, that they are not ruling out the role of pro-Khalistan elements.

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NIA’s Mumbai raids exposes close association of D-Gang with LeT, JeM, Al-Qaeda

Gangster Dawood Ibrahim’s associate Salim Fruit being detianed by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) after conducting a raid, in Mumbai.

They are in unauthorised possession/involved in acquisition of key assets for raising terror funds and working in active collaboration with international terrorist organisation including Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Al Qaeda (AQ).

New Delhi, May 10: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids at 24 locations in the Mumbai Commissionerate and five places in Mira Road Bhayandar Commissionerate on Monday.

The case on hand pertained to the criminal activities of international terrorist network of the Dawood Ibrahim Company or D-Company. The NIA said that the case involves Dawood Ibrahim and his associates including Haji Anees, Shakeel Shaikh alias Chhota Shakeel, Javed China, Tiger Memon.

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RPG attack in Punjab puts focus back on poor security management, rogue drones

A blast occurred outside the Intelligence Department building of Punjab Police in Mohali. ANI Image

A minor explosion was reported at the Punjab Police Intelligence Headquarters in Sector 77, SAS Nagar at around 7.45 pm. No damage has been reported. Senior officers are on the spot and investigation is being done. Forensic teams have been called, the Mohali Police said in a statement.

New Delhi, May 10: The police are probing the role of two suspects believed to have fired the rocket propelled grenade at the Punjab Police’s Intelligence office in Mohali on Monday.

The investigation agencies have learnt that the suspects took a random shot and it was not a targeted attack. The incident once again brings the focus back on the drones which have populated Punjab in recent months. The police suspect that the rocket launcher may have been delivered with the help of a drone.

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Sikhs for Justice raises its ugly head in Himachal Pradesh

Following the incident, all inter-state borders have been sealed. Security has also been heightened at dams, railway stations, bus stands and other vital installations.

New Delhi, May 09: A probe has been ordered after Khalistan flags appeared at the main entrance to the Himachal Pradesh assembly complex on Sunday.

The district administration has set up a probe by the SIT to look into the intrusion and preliminary reports indicate that the incident could have taken place last in the night or early morning.

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NIA gets cracking: Detains Dawood aide in Mumbai

The NIA had in February registered an FIR after it was learnt that several of these persons were linked to Dawood

New Delhi, May 09: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has conducted raids at multiple locations on the associations of underworld don, Dawood Ibrahim.

Raids are being carried out at Parel, Santacruz, Bandra, Borivali and Nagpada. On the radar of the NIA are drug traffickers, realtors and hawala operators linked to Dawood.

The NIA had in February registered an FIR after it was learnt that several of these persons were linked to Dawood and were raising funds to sponsor terror in the country.

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ISI’s honey trapping module continues to remain biggest headache for security agencies

Officials have learnt that the account fb.com/shaanti.patel.89737, had managed to lure some persons in the establishment and get information.

New Delhi, May 09: The ISI appears to be on overdrive mode and the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is now probing a case where the spy agency of Pakistan is attempting to inject a malware into the computers and phones of defence personnel.

The agency took over the probe after an account named fb.com/shaanti.patel.89737, managed to gain unauthorised accedes to restricted data of computer resources.

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With Haryana arrests, Indian agencies up guard at Kartarpur against Khalistan-ISI elements

New Delhi, May 06: The busting of a Khalistan module in Haryana on Thursday only shows the extent up to how much Pakistan is meddling in the affairs of India. The investigation conducted by the police revealed that the arrested members were taking instructions from a handler in Pakistan at the behest of the ISI.

Four suspected Khalistani terrorists were arrested in Karnal, Haryana. They have been identified as Gurpreet, Amandeep, Parminder, and Bhupinder who belong to Punjab.

The police recovered a pistol and 21 live cartridges. The police said that the weapons were air dropped using a drone by one Harjinder Singh Rinda, a Khalistani terrorist based in Pakistan.

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Fact Check: Did Jyotiraditya Scindia attend the wedding that Rahul Gandhi attended in Nepal

New Delhi, May 06: There has been a controversy over Rahul Gandhi visiting Nepal and attending a wedding. Now another tweet has gone viral with the claim that Union Minister and BJP leader, Jyotiraditya Scindia too had attended the same wedding in Nepal that Rahul Gandhi did.

Rahul Gandhi was in the news recently after he attended the wedding of his friend Sumanima Udas.

The image was also shared by the verified Twitter handle of Madhya Pradesh Congress Seva Dal with the claim. Another user wrote that the wedding in which Rahul Gandhi had gone to Nepal, Central Minister Scindia too had gone for the same.

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