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Panchkula: Trio who kidnapped minor girl jailed for 4 years

The Panchkula court also imposed a fine of ₹10,000 each on the convicts, identified as Titri Devi, Laxman Bansal and Raju

Acting on the mother’s complaint, Panchkula police had registered a case under Sections 363, 365, 370 (4) (trafficking of a minor) and 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code against the unidentified accused. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Updated on Nov 19, 2023 08:12 AM IST
By, Panchkula

Chandigarh: Snatching purse lands duo in jail for 5 years

As per police, the duo had snatched the purse of a woman, who was riding a Honda Activa, near the Grain Market roundabout in Sector 26, Chandigarh

The court of additional sessions judge convicted the duo, Dheeraj and Ritik, under Section 379-A of the Indian Penal Code. (Getty image)
Updated on Nov 08, 2023 07:46 AM IST
By, Chandigarh

Weeks before Rajasthan election, ED raids state Congress chief’s premises

The raids came three days after chief minister Ashok Gehlot accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government at the Centre of misusing the ED to harass the ruling Congress in Rajasthan

Chief minister Ashok Gehlot this week said “non-stop” ED raids were the proof of the Congress winning the Rajasthan election. (PTI)
Updated on Oct 26, 2023 11:30 AM IST

Accused sepoy supplied sensitive info to ISI through terrorist Rinda: officials

The accused sepoy was arrested from Bhopal and was allegedly supplying sensitive information to ISI, through a drug peddler Amrik Singh, for the past three years, officials added

The army has deputed a Colonel rank official, besides Army Intelligence officials, to join the police in grilling accused sepoy Sharma, who worked as a computer operator at Western Command, Chandimandir, and Army Cantonment at Pathankot.
Published on Sep 14, 2023 12:45 AM IST
By, Patiala

HC strikes down BMC condition, allows high-rise in Fort heritage precinct

The Bombay High Court has allowed the construction of a 69.90-meter-high building in the Fort heritage precinct without the mandatory no-objection certificate from the Mumbai Heritage Conservation Committee. The court ruled in favor of the developer, stating that the civic body did not impose the same condition on a neighboring high-rise project. The court directed the BMC to issue all necessary permissions to the developer without the NOC requirement.

HC strikes down BMC condition, allows high-rise in Fort heritage precinct
Updated on Sep 06, 2023 01:01 AM IST
By, Mumbai
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