#MeToo: 32 years later, the woman accused the former Congressman of rap, alleged accused - woman is blackmailer ..


#MeToo: 32 years later, the woman accused the former Congressman of rap, alleged accused - woman is blackmailer ..

In Madhya Pradesh, the former Congress leader, Dr. Hammir Singh Rathore, Jawra of Ratlam district, his relative has made serious allegations of rap.

 

Another case related to the I-Two campaign has been revealed in the country. In Madhya Pradesh, the former Congress leader, Dr. Hammir Singh Rathore, Jawra of Ratlam district, his relative has made serious allegations of rap. The woman has lodged a complaint after reaching the industrial police station of Jawara (Ratlam) from Udaipur in Rajasthan. Let us know that former Congress leader Dr. Hameer Singh Rathore has contested independently from Jawahar Assembly constituency in the year 2018.

The whole case

Actually, the whole case is 1987 or 32 years old. The woman has alleged that she is a relative of former Congress leader Dr Hameer Singh Rathore. One day, Dr. Rathore was raped and found alone in the house. The chance was to marry the daughter of aunt's wife of former Congress leader's wife. Then they were not married.

The woman alleged that after the incident, she was intimidated, after which she was married somewhere in her funeral. The woman says that she kept hiding this thing for so many years for fear of defamation, but when her husband got divorced about this matter, she complained about going to the police station. The woman is accused that she has a stake in Dr. Rathore's private school, whose dues are worth Rs 9 lakh, Dr. Rath is refusing.

Blackmailer denies allegations

At the same time, former Congress leader Dr Hameer Singh Rathore described the woman as a blackmailer. He said that the woman is making false allegations against him. With this, he has talked of claiming defamation against the woman. The woman has not been made from her husband and in-laws, today she is divorced. So now there is no one to support him, due to which he is adopting such tricks.
Right now, after reaching Jawara in the Industrial Police Station, the police has gathered in the investigation of the case.




Kulbhushan Jadhav case ICJ verdict: Pakistani media hail judgement, call it 'pretty bad for India'


Kulbhushan Jadhav case ICJ verdict: Pakistani media hail judgement, call it 'pretty bad for India'

The International Court of Justice on Wednesday ruled that Pakistan must make an "effective review and reconsideration" of the conviction and death sentence of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav and grant him consular access, in a victory for India in the high-profile case. Ironically, the Pakistani media presented it as a victory for the government led by Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Major publications such as the 'Dawn', 'The Express Tribune', 'Geo TV' and 'Associated Press of Pakistan' reported that the ICJ ruling was dismissive of India’s plea seeking Jadhav's acquittal and release. While The Express Tribune featured articles which called it a “fitting” verdict and had a video of Jadhav’s confession, Geo News shared articles which carried Twitter reactions calling the judgment “a victory of Pakistan”. While Geo TV ran the headline "ICJ dismisses India’s plea for Kulbhushan Jadhav’s acquittal, release", 'Dawn' said "ICJ rejects India’s plea for Jadhav's return, grants consular access". A timeline of the Kulbhushan Jadhav case was published by the Associated Press of Pakistan, which called the former naval officer an “Indian spy”, emphasising on the rejection of India’s plea before the international court in The Hague, Netherlands.

The Dawn read, "Jadhav, a serving commander in the Indian Navy working for India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), was arrested on March 3, 2016, from Balochistan. June 2017, the Indian spy filed a mercy petition against his death penalty while India approached the ICJ against the conviction. The ICJ stayed his execution.”

News websites across the border also carried a hyperlink to Jadhav’s confessional statement transcript. “Pakistan had rejected all Indian allegations. It said the evidence obtained from Jadhav after his arrest and during the criminal process leading to his conviction was amply demonstrating his activities in fomenting terrorism and engaging in espionage within Pakistan,” reported 'Dawn'.

According to Geo TV, “The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Wednesday found that India’s submission pertaining to the release of Kulbhushan Jadhav’s could not be upheld.”

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Wednesday claimed that the International Court of Justice's (ICJ) ruling on Kulbhushan Jadhav was a "victory for Pakistan" as the top UN court did not ask for him to be released. "Commander Jadhav shall remain in Pakistan. He shall be treated in accordance with the laws of Pakistan. This is a victory for Pakistan," Qureshi tweeted. The Pakistan Foreign Office in a statement said the fact that the ICJ did not ask Pakistan to release or acquit Jadhav meant that the UN court had "not accepted India's plea" for his release.

Jadhav, 49, a retired Indian Navy officer, was sentenced to death by the Pakistani military court on charges of "espionage and terrorism" after a closed trial in April 2017. His sentencing evoked a sharp reaction in India. A 16-member bench led by President of the Court Judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf by 15-1 votes ordered an "effective review and reconsideration of the conviction and sentence of Mr Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav".

Recalling that it had directed Pakistan to take all measures at its disposal to ensure that Jadhav is not executed pending the final decision in the case, the bench said it considers that "a continued stay of execution constitutes an indispensable condition for the effective review" of the sentence of Jadhav. The bench, however, rejected most of the remedies sought by India, including annulment of the military court's decision convicting Jadhav, his release and safe passage to India. The bench ruled by 15 votes to 1 that Pakistan "deprived the Republic of India of the right to communicate with and have access to Mr Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav, to visit him in detention and to arrange for his legal representation".

(Inputs from Agencies)




One held guilty in 2008 Scarlett murder case


One held guilty in 2008 Scarlett murder case

Panaji: Partially overturning a 2016 trial court order, the Bombay High Court in Goa on Wednesday convicted Samson D'Souza and acquitted Placido Carvalho in connection with a case involving the sexual assault and death of 15-year-old British teenager Scarlett Keeling at Anjuna beach in 2008.

Speaking to reporters after the pronouncement of the order, Ejaz Khan, counsel for the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), said: "Samson has been convicted, Carvalho is acquitted. The matter would be heard on Friday for quantum of punishment."

The CBI had challenged the acquittal of the two beach-shack workers, Samson D'Souza and Placido Carvalho, who were accused of sexually assaulting 15-year-old Scarlett Keeling and leaving her to die on Anjuna beach in 2008.

 
 
 



Ayodhya issue: 'There is actually no dispute on where Lord Ram was born'


Ayodhya issue: 'There is actually no dispute on where Lord Ram was born'

Lucknow: With the mediation panel set to submit its report to the Supreme Court on the Ayodhya dispute, Ram Janambhoomi Nyas said on Thursday that such a committee was not needed at all as there is no dispute about where Lord Ram was born.

Mahant Kamal Nayan Das, a senior member of the Nyas, said the temple would be built in Ayodhya for which either the court gives permission or Parliament brings a legislation for it.

"We were always against the Supreme Court-appointed three-member mediation panel formed to resolve the Ayodhya dispute. There is actually no dispute on where Lord Ram was born. The world knows that Lord Ram was born in Ayodhya and a temple should be built here," he told IANS.

The Nyas was founded as an independent trust by members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad on January 25, 1993 to take charge of the disputed site and oversee the construction of the Ram temple.

Mahant Ram Chandra Paramhans was the first head of the Nyas and its members argued that it was created so that the government of India would not control the site and end up involving itself in the construction of the temple.

"We want the court to give its verdict on the basis of the facts presented before it during hearing of the case," Das said. "All political parties are directly or indirectly favouring a temple here. No political party has opposed the temple because millions of Hindus have their sentiments attached to the issue," he added.

A five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, had on March 8 set up the panel of mediators, headed by former Supreme Court judge Justice F.M. Khalifulah.

The top court had ordered that the mediation would start within a week at Faizabad and that the panel would submit its report within four weeks.

The panel submitted an interim report in a sealed cover on May 7 after which the Supreme Court gave it time till August 15 to work out "an amicable solution" to the issue, on the request of the committee. On July 11, the Constitution bench asked the mediation panel to submit a status report by July 18.

 
 
 



Babri demolition case: Supreme Court order - judge will not retire till verdict


Babri demolition case: Supreme Court order - judge will not retire till verdict

In the Babri Masjid demolition case, Makkumma is running against BJP's big leaders such as LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Uma Bharti, Vinay Katiyar and others in the lower court.

The Supreme Court has given a major verdict over the retirement of the judge of the ongoing trial in the demolition of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. The Supreme Court has ordered the Uttar Pradesh government not to retire the CBI judge till the matter is decided. Let the Special Judge SK Yadav, who is hearing the case, will be retired on September 30.

In fact, the Supreme Court was informed that the trial court judge had to retire on September 30, but he sought more time to complete the trial. On this, the court asked the UP government to give it till July 19 that there are rules and regulations on the retired judge who is hearing the case.

BJP leader's lawsuit is going on

Let me tell you that Makduma is running against BJP's big leaders such as LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Uma Bharti, Vinay Katiyar, in the lower court of Lucknow in the Babri Masjid demolition case.

In April 2017, the Supreme Court had ordered the prosecution of Rae Bareli and Lucknow to run together in Lucknow in this case. Simultaneously, it also restored the criminal conspiracy against all the leaders. The court had ordered the case to be disposed of within two years after hearing it daily.




Asaram gets bail from Supreme Court, bail plea rejected


Asaram gets bail from Supreme Court, bail plea rejected

The Supreme Court has said that till the trial in the Gujarat trial court is completed, they can not be granted bail.

Asaram, who is in jail for sexual harassment, is shocked by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has rejected Asaram's bail plea. The Supreme Court has said that till the trial in the Gujarat trial court is completed, they can not be granted bail. In this regard, the Supreme Court has also asked the Gujarat Trial Court to complete the hearing soon.

Earlier, Asaram had filed a petition in the High Court to ban the court's decision to serve the sentence in Taumar Jail. The petition was rejected by the High Court on March 26, 2019. It is said that before the Supreme Court knocked on the door, Asaram had given a bail plea citing his health, which was rejected by the court. It is worth mentioning that Asaram is a case of rape and murder and in this case he is lodged in jail.

Complaint has been filed in 2013, leading to bad days

The case which brought him behind the beleaguered report was recorded in the Kamla Nehru Bazar police station of Delhi on 20 August 2013. In this, a minor alleged that Asaram had raped him in the Manai Ashram in Rajasthan's Jodhpur on the night of 15 August 2013. After this the police became active against Asaram. They secretly tried to bluff the police but they were finally arrested on August 31, 2013. Since then, he is in jail. In this case, the sentence has also been pronounced.

 




Taxi Driver abducted in Canada by Canadian taxi driver


Taxi Driver abducted in Canada by Canadian taxi driver

According to DCP Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi, the incident is July 13. When the Canadian citizen took the taxi and it was robbed. Police is searching for the accused driver.

 

A case of looting has emerged from the Canadian citizens in Delhi. According to the information, the taxi driver was first cabbed by Canadian taxi drivers from Indira Gandhi International Airport. After that he snatched his credit card and money and ran away.

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 DCP Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi: A taxi driver cheated a Canadian National after the foreigner took the taxi at the airport. The accused taxi driver snatched his credit card & money. The driver is the driver Incident was reported on 13 July.

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According to DCP Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi, the incident is July 13. When the Canadian citizen took the taxi and it was robbed. Police is searching for the accused driver. Simultaneously, the CCTV footage around the airport is also being checked so that the driver can be identified.




BJP, officials misused their authority; it’s matter of shame: DK Shivakumar on being 'forcibly deported' to Bengaluru


BJP, officials misused their authority; it’s matter of shame: DK Shivakumar on being 'forcibly deported' to Bengaluru

Bengaluru (Karnataka): Karnataka Minister DK Shivakumar, who was on Wednesday detained by Mumbai Police and barred from meeting rebel MLAs staying at a hotel in the city, said it was a "matter of shame" that he was sent back to Bengaluru, and blamed the BJP for the same.

"Mumbai is known for its hospitality. I had booked a room there and was on an official visit to meet my friends and colleagues, but BJP and officials misused their authority. It's a matter of shame," Shivakumar told ANI here. The Congress leader, who was in Mumbai earlier in the day to meet disgruntled MLAs, said he was being "forcibly deported" to Bengaluru. He, however, exuded confidence and said all disgruntled legislators will return to the Congress-JD(S) fold.

He alleged that he was not allowed to meet the MLAs at the behest of BJP, whose leaders, he alleged, are sitting inside the hotel to prevent him from entering. The 10 dissident MLAs of Congress and JDS are currently staying at the Renaissance - Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel. Shivakumar, who reached the hotel on Wednesday morning to pacify the rebel MLAs, was forced to sit outside the hotel after being denied entry. However, Mumbai Police detained Shivakumar, Milind Deora and other Congressmen and kept them at Kalina University rest house.

The leaders were later released, and the police took Shivakumar to the airport for forcibly sending him back to Bengaluru, informed Office of Congress leader Milind Deora. The Congress has been accusing the BJP of conspiring to topple Congress-JD(S) coalition government in Karnataka. The ruling alliance is making all efforts to protect its government which seems to have fallen short of a majority. The rebel MLAs had checked into Mumbai's Sofitel Hotel on Saturday and later moved to the Renaissance Hotel in the city on Monday.

The 13-month old Congress-JD(S) government slumped into crisis following the resignation of 10 MLAs from the membership of the state Assembly last week. Congress' Roshan Baig and independent H Nagesh have also deserted the HD Kumaraswamy government. The state Assembly has 225 members, including one nominated MLA. The halfway mark in the 225-member Assembly is 113.

 
 
 



No means to verify Nirav Modi's travel plans: Centre


No means to verify Nirav Modi's travel plans: Centre

New Delhi: The Centre on Wednesday said that passport of fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi, the main accused in the USD two billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud and money laundering case, was revoked in February last year as per provisions and the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has "no means" to verify his travel plans.

The government's response came in Lok Sabha to a question by Congress' Shashi Tharoor who sought to know whether MEA had revoked the passport of Nirav Modi to prevent him from evading the criminal justice system in India. "The Ministry revoked the passport of Nirav Modi as per the provisions of Section 10(3)(c) of the Passports Act, 1967, on February 24, 2018," Minister of State in MEA V Muraleedharan said in a written reply.

To a question whether Modi travelled multiple times to foreign countries on an Indian passport which was revoked, the Minister said, "The Ministry has no means to verify the travels, if any, and the passport used for such travels by him." Last week, Pune's Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT) had passed an order asking Nirav Modi and his aides to pay Rs 7300 crore with interest to PNB. The order was passed by presiding officer/judge Deepak Thakkar in two cases registered by PNB in Mumbai.

The development comes less than a week after the Singapore High Court ordered the freezing of a bank account belonging Modi's sister and brother-in-law. The diamantaire was arrested on March 19 by Scotland Yard in connection with the USD two billion Punjab National Court (PNB) loan default case. India is seeking Modi's extradition to make him face the law of the land for allegedly committing economic offences like fraud and money laundering. Modi is lodged at Wandsworth prison in south-west London.




There're rumours about my ill health, don't worry I am alright, says Sushma Swaraj


There're rumours about my ill health, don't worry I am alright, says Sushma Swaraj

New Delhi: Denying reports about being unwell, former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday evening asked her wellwishers not to get worried and took to social media to inform that she was doing fine.

“Aaj ke Tweets dekh ke aisaa lagta hai ki jaise mere asvsth hone kii afvaah chal rhii hai ki main sabhi ko btaanaa caahti hoon ki kriipyaa chintaa na karein main bilkul thik hoon. (After viewing today's tweets, it seems as if there are rumours about me being unwell. I want to tell all the well-wishers that I am all right. So please do not worry)," Swaraj wrote on Twitter.

 
 
 

आज के ट्वीट्स देख कर ऐसा लगता है की जैसे मेरे अस्वस्थ होने की अफवाह चल रही है। मैं सभी शुभचिंतकों को बताना चाहती हूँ की कृपया चिंता न करें। मैं बिलकुल ठीक हूँ।

 
 
 

Last Saturday, Swaraj moved out of her official residence in New Delhi. Swaraj had opted out of the Lok Sabha elections citing health reasons. She was appointed the External Affairs Minister in the first term of Modi government in 2014. The portfolio is now held by former foreign secretary S. Jaishankar. During her tenure, the Bharatiya Janta Party leader was extremely active and popular on Twitter for reaching out to the Indian diaspora in distress. She was also loved by users for her witty and humorous replies.




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