The farmers protesting against the new farm laws have stuck to their demand to take out a tractor rally on Delhi's busy Outer Ring Road on January 26, which is celebrated as Republic Day in India.
Delhi riots: Court dismisses bail pleas of three people, says can't throw eye witness statements into bin
Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav dismissed the bail applications of Aman Kashyap, Pradeep Rai and Ashish in the case related to the alleged murder of one Monish during the riots.
He along with the woman was brought to Gorakhpur from the southern state by a three-member UP police team, police said.
Gurugram Police has decided to take stern action against those found driving on the wrong side of the road.
While ordering the couple's release, the high court observed that police had shown "undue fervour" while dealing with this case of "inter-religion marriage".
Death of man during raid: Uttar Pradesh court orders registration of murder case against 12 policemen
A local court has ordered lodging of a murder case against 12 policemen for allegedly beating to death an elderly man during a raid last year.
A meeting is underway between the Delhi Police and farmer unions regarding the proposed tractor rally by them on Republic Day.
The police found that the father, Balu, is an alcoholic and after getting drunk everyday, would regularly abuse his family members.
All of them were migrant workers from West Bengal and were employed at a gold jewellery making unit near Charminar.
When the policemen challenged the criminals, they allegedly opened fire and the police team retaliated and eliminated both of them.
Some people, including Sandeep, made social media posts stating that the miscreants applied human waste to an idol in a temple in East Godavari.
A video clip of the act was circulated on social media and police officials swung into action to ascertain the actual facts of the matter.
In case of an emergency, people cannot be moved to safety due to the barricades, the CM said.
The case was registered against the ex-cop on the complaint of RSS leader Jitendra Patidar, who is heading the temple fundraising drive in Indore.
Police have saved lives of two women who tried to commit suicide at separate places here in Maharashtra, officials said.