Pradeep Chaudhary, who represented the Kalka Assembly, has been sentenced to 3 years behind bars and penalised ₹85,000 by the Nalagarh court in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh.
Tutoring to give false testimony and more: Delhi Police exposes Mehmood Paracha, says Prashant Bhushan has no regard for law
Prashant Bhushan had questioned the search carried out by delhi police at Pracha's office terming it "malafide".
Marriage between first cousins per se illegal under the Hindu Marriage Act, observes Punjab and Haryana High Court
The high court was hearing a anticipatory bail plea by a man living in live-in relation with a minor girl, both are first cousins
Mathura Civil Court dismisses plea seeking removal of Idgah Mosque from Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi citing Places of Worship Act
The Idgah Mosque was build on land belonging to the Krishna Janmabhoomi in Mathura, and the plea sought to remove it
Congress trolls circulate document claiming Kangana Ranaut was issued demolition notice in 2018, Kangana says it’s related to different property and Sharad Pawar answerable...
Kangana Ranaut said that document circulated by Congress trolls is related to her residential flat and the building belongs to Sharad Pawar
Harassment by police officials, threats and intimidation by local Muslims: Ranchi’s Richa Bharti and her family narrate their experience after the ‘Quran copies’ order
A posse of policemen had recently barged into Richa Bharti's house without any search warrant and confiscated her mobile phone
California court issues restraining order against an Indian origin man for stalking Apple CEO Tim Cook
Apple CEO Tim Cook granted a restraining order against an Indian origin man who has been stalking him
JNU’s missing Najeeb Ahmed case: Delhi court directs CBI to hand over closure report documents to his mother
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Naveen Kumar Kashyap directed the CBI to present Najeeb Ahmed missing case documents in either physical or electronic form to his mother
Hampi Vandalism: Four youths punished to re-erect the pillars they had knocked down, fined ₹70,000 each
The four accused reportedly admitted their guilt and assured the court that they would not indulge in vandalism in the future. All the four were also released on Thursday after they remitted ₹2.8 lakhs fine.
The area is close to the Bangladesh border and India’s largest Muslim-populated area after the Kashmir Valley and Lakshadweep.
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