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Delhi Police ACP accused of rape by daughter-in-law
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The insensitivity of Rajasthan Police was on full display when a woman complaining about police inaction on her complaint of rape was dragged by her hair by a senior official and forcibly taken to hospital.
The BJP's chief ministerial nominee Kiran Bedi on Tuesday sent a legal notice to AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal for using her photograph in his party's poster campaign without her permission.
Mathura district is likely to be included in the National Capital Region soon, said Mathura -Vrin dav an Development Authorityvice-chairman Nagendra Pratap Singh after attending a meeting in Delhi.
People in Uttar Pradesh may soon be able to e-vote. The state election commission is working hard to make it possible during this year’s urban local bodies elections. The theme of this year’s celebration was ‘Easy Registration, easy correction’.
Health department officials had a tough time on Sunday searching for a patient who had tested positive for swine flu on Saturday but had given a wrong address at KGMU’s laboratory.
The government is yet to provide relief to drought-affected cattle-rearers in Chauhtan tehsil here as the local administration’s drought assessment report prepared in December 2014 seems to have gone ‘missing’.
A man lodged a harassment complaint against his wife, alleging that she had been violating Rajasthan service rules since 1995. Jabbar Singh Rathore, 63, had alleged that his wife Puspadevi Rathore, 53, who is at present posted at a government primary school in Barmer, has been shuttling between Jodhpur and Barmer
Sanwar Lal of Dadiyag ram panchayat in Ajmer wished he was born five months earlier or the panchayat polls were held five months later. Only then, he could have become a sarpanch. Similarly, Kali Bai of Majawad village in Udaipur rued the fact that she did not go to school for one more year to complete middle school.