Brajesh Thakur, prime accused in the Muzaffarpur shelter home sexual abuse case was moved from Bihar’s Bhagalpur jail to Patiala high-security jail in Punjab pursuant to a top court’s order on October 30, which was issued after it was told that the accused... read more
Santokh Singh is the elder brother of three of the five victims including Hardev Singh who died in the attack in Mahipalpur during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in Delhi. He has been fighting the legal battle along with his two surviving brothers and a neighbour... read more
The SAD MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa said he acted in self-defence after he was provoked and later attacked by people present in the courtroom, who were making derogatory remarks about the Sikh community. read more
Punjab Police arrested Shabnamdeep Singh, a part of ISI terror module, and recovered a hand grenade, a pistol, letter pads belonging to a banned terror organisation and a motorcycle from him. read more
Karthyayani Amma, the oldest candidate who appeared for the “Aksharalaksham” programme of the state-run Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority, has scored 98 marks out of 100. “Saw children studying and got inspired, never got opportunity when young otherwise would have become government official. Now want to learn computers,” the 96-year-old told news agency ANI.
A boy pours water trying to douse a fire at a slum in Mumbai. Two children were injured and nearly 70 houses were gutted in a fire that broke out at around 11.30 am and was brought under control by 1 pm. A senior fire department official said that 7-8 gas cylinder blasts led to the massive blaze.
Thousands of schoolteachers have been protesting in chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh’s hometown of Patiala for the past three weeks to demand regularisation with full pay. Navneet Sharma dissects the issue read more
Muzaffarpur shelter home case: The top court also questioned the Bihar government why former minister Manju Verma has not been arrested and sought a status report from the state police and CBI on Verma’s arrest. read more
“This has been the state of affairs in the party for the last five years. Before pardoning the Sirsa dera chief, neither they sought advice from anyone nor did they call the core committee meeting,” said MP Ranjit Singh Brahmpura read more