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<strong>Police</strong> cannot encroach upon the liberty of any citizen: Court

Police cannot encroach upon the liberty of any citizen: Court

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A Delhi court has asked a man to lead pre-summoning evidence in support of his allegation against six Delhi Police officials for beating him in custody while dismissing his plea for registration of FIR.

New Delhi,   Delhi court,   Delhi Police officials,   custody,   plea,   FIR,  
Six ULFA militants nabbed in Meghalaya

Six ULFA militants nabbed in Meghalaya

22 Oct 2014

Guwahati: Six ULFA anti-talk insurgents were apprehended with arms and ammunition by a joint Army and Meghalaya police team in Meghalaya along Assam border, a defence officer said here on Wednesday.

Guwahati,   ULFA,   anti-talk insurgents,   arms,   ammunition,   joint Army,   Meghalaya police team,   Meghalaya,   Assam border,  
Pistorius sentenced to five years jail for <strong>killing</strong> girlfriend

Pistorius sentenced to five years jail for killing girlfriend

21 Oct 2014

Pretoria: South African Paralympian star sprinter Oscar Pistorius was sentenced to five years in prison on Tuesday for the killing of his girlfriend last year, as his sensational trial reached a climax.

Oscar Pistorius,   Bladerunner,   Reeva Steenkamp,   South African court,   Pretoria,   Barry Roux,  
HC denies bail to Naroda Patia <strong>riots</strong> case convict Bajrangi

HC denies bail to Naroda Patia riots case convict Bajrangi

21 Oct 2014

Ahmedabad: The Gujarat High Court on Tuesday refused to grant temporary bail to 2002 Naroda Patia riots case convict Babu Bajrangi, who sought one week's release for the treatment of his ailing son.

Ahmedabad,   Gujarat High Court,   temporary bail,   2002 Naroda Patia riots case,   Babu Bajrangi,   ,  
Three Maoists arrested in Chhattisgarh

Three Maoists arrested in Chhattisgarh

22 Oct 2014

Raipur: Three Maoists were arrested from separate places in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Bastar region, police said on Wednesday.

Chhattisgarh,   Bastar,   Maoists arrested,   Naxal,   Kamlochan Kashyap,   Chhattisgarh police,  
Jadavpur varsity students to hold referendum on VC's removal

Jadavpur varsity students to hold referendum on VC's removal

22 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Jadavpur University students will hold a referendum on October 30-31 in their bid to establish that students are unanimously demanding the resignation of Vice Chancellor Abhijit Chakrabarty.

Jadavpur University,   referendum,   Vice Chancellor,   Abhijit Chakrabarty,   VC removal,   students protest,   police crackdown,   female student molestation,  
Grim-faced Pistorius faces sentencing in South African court

Grim-faced Pistorius faces sentencing in South African court

21 Oct 2014

Pretoria: Oscar Pistorius arrived at the Pretoria High Court on Tuesday to be sentenced for killing his girlfriend, closing one of the most sensational trials in South African history and one that may yet fuel controversy about race and money in its justice system.

Oscar Pistorius,   Pretoria High Court,   girlfriend killing,   murder,   Reeva Steenkamp,  
Villagers pelt stones, open fire at <strong>police</strong>; 2 injured

Villagers pelt stones, open fire at police; 2 injured

16 Oct 2014

Muzaffarnagar: Two security personnel were injured when villagers here allegedly opened fire and pelted stones at a police team which had gone to arrest 20 persons accused in Phugana gangrape cases during Muzaffarnagar riots, police said on Thursday.

Uttar Pradesh,   Uttar Pradesh riots,   Muzaffarnagar riots,   Civilian clash,   UP Police,   ,  
J&K <strong>police</strong> gives Rs 10.46 cr to martyrs' families

J&K police gives Rs 10.46 cr to martyrs' families

21 Oct 2014

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir police has given Rs 10.46 crore as special relief to families of martyrs of the force while an amount of Rs 1.22 crore was paid as ex-gratia relief during the current financial year.

Srinagar,   Jammu and Kashmir,   JK police,   special relief,   families of martyrs,  ex-gratia relief,  
Ailing Nadal eases into Swiss Indoors second round

Ailing Nadal eases into Swiss Indoors second round

21 Oct 2014

London: Rafael Nadal did not appear to be affected by his appendicitis problems as he charged into the second round of the Swiss Indoors with a no nonsense 6-2 6-2 win over Simone Bolelli on Monday.

Rafael Nadal,   tennis,   Swiss Indoors,   London,   second round,  

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