An anti-terrorism court in Lahore on Wednesday indicted Saeed and three of his top aides on terror financing charges.
Mohan Krishna, an SBI employee, got engaged to a girl from Makthal. But their wedding got cancelled, following which, the boy’s parents parents fixed another match with a girl from Nandyal.
Mohanta was found to have committed gross negligence in duty and his service was terminated with immediate effect.
Manju Warrier last month submitted a complaint with Kerala Police chief Loknath Behra, alleging that Sreekumar Menon was trying to defame her and that she feared for her life.
During the investigation, the ACB sleuths found that the accused acquired the ill-gotten property in her name as well as that of her family members.
The PMSA apprehended the fishermen near the international maritime boundary line (IMBL) in the Arabian sea off Jakhau coast of Kutch district.
Yalamachali Padmaja was arrested for reportedly using objectionable and threatening words against Minister for Civil Supplies Kodali Sri Venkateswara Rao.
Irfan Rashid Sayed (20) used to follow the 18-year-old girl when she went to college as well as for tuitions in the evening, an official said.
Sara Shrawan had worked with aspiring actor Subhash Yadav and then filed a molestation case against him after their film got released
Sub-inspector Madhvi Agnihotri's ploy helped nab Balkishan Choubey, who was wanted for cases of murder and dacoity on both sides of the Madhya Pradesh-Uttar Pradesh border.
According to the police, the accused would spot tractors, trucks parked in agricultural fields and flee with them. After dismantling the vehicle, they'd sell the spare parts as scrap.
The civil society activists, in a press conference, alleged that the government was filing false cases against them to gag their voices.
The self-styled Chief of the Davinder Bambiha gang, Budda was facing the law in more than 15 criminal cases of murder, attempt to murder, extortion, unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) etc.
The government on Thursday sought the repatriation of two Indian nationals arrested by Pakistan and said they should not be used for Pakistan’s propaganda.
The accused have been identified as Ezumezu Lucky Ozah Ezuna, 34, and Deepak, 32, who live in Delhi and Gurgaon, respectively.