Husband of 39-year-old air hostess who committed suicide in Delhi sent to 14-day judicial custody

Husband of 39-year-old air hostess who committed suicide in Delhi sent to 14-day judicial custody

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Tuesday sent the husband of a female flight attendant, who allegedly committed suicide in south Delhi’s Panchsheel Park on Friday, to two weeks’ judicial custody. Metropolitan Magistrate Anuj Kumar sent Mayank Singhvi to 14 days’...
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Lookout circular issued against husband of Lufthansa air hostess who committed suicide in Delhi

Lookout circular issued against husband of Lufthansa air hostess who committed suicide in Delhi

New Delhi: The Delhi Police has issued a lookout circular against the husband of the air hostess who allegedly committed suicide in south Delhi’s Panchsheel Park on Friday, police said on Monday. File image of Delhi police. Reuters Anisiya Batra...
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One Nation, One Poll would amount to wilful blindness to consequences that could impair federalism

One Nation, One Poll would amount to wilful blindness to consequences that could impair federalism

Editor’s note: This is the second article in a two-part series on the ongoing stakeholder discussions regarding the One Nation, One Poll proposal, called for by the Law Commission. Read part I here  *** The proposal to conduct Lok Sabha...
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Six members of a family found dead in Jharkhand’s Hazaribagh; bad debt, failing business forced them to take step, claims note

Six members of a family found dead in Jharkhand’s Hazaribagh; bad debt, failing business forced them to take step, claims note

Six members of a Marwari family allegedly committed suicide in Jharkhand’s Hazaribagh district on Saturday. A note recovered from the scene mentions that the family was under a lot of pressure due to debts and losses in business. The dead include two.....
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Amid rumours of Rolling Stone cutting back on its print run, a short history of Indian music magazines

Amid rumours of Rolling Stone cutting back on its print run, a short history of Indian music magazines

Rumour has it that from this month onwards, the print version of the Indian edition of Rolling Stone will either be stopped completely or decrease in frequency. The magazine’s website is expected to continue, which is great news because it’s...
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Hapur lynching exposes failure of police to control mob violence: Tightening intelligence, raising awareness is key, say experts

Hapur lynching exposes failure of police to control mob violence: Tightening intelligence, raising awareness is key, say experts

New Delhi/Pilkhuwa: Mohammed Salim, the younger brother of Mohammed Qasim (45) who was lynched in Hapur, has been skeptical of the ongoing police probe into the case. Qasim was beaten to death on 18 June by an irate mob which...
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India’s attempts to control world’s emptiest airport in Sri Lanka hit after rounds of negotiations end in stalemate

India’s attempts to control world’s emptiest airport in Sri Lanka hit after rounds of negotiations end in stalemate

Colombo: Questions are now being raised in Sri Lanka over the seriousness of India’s intent to set up a joint venture for Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport in Hambantota, which has the dubious distinction of not having any scheduled flights. Almo...
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Duo arrested for raping, murdering two women in Assam’s Simaluguri and Mariani: Accused says will repeat crime

Duo arrested for raping, murdering two women in Assam’s Simaluguri and Mariani: Accused says will repeat crime

Tinsukia: The prime accused and his accomplice in the rape-and-murder case of two women on board two trains in Assam have been arrested, the police said. The main accused, Bikash Das, was held from Tinsukia Railway Station on Thursday evening,...
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Bastar development offensive: Healthcare, education thrive as tech-savvy Dantewada collector seeks to counter Maoist doctrine

Bastar development offensive: Healthcare, education thrive as tech-savvy Dantewada collector seeks to counter Maoist doctrine

Editor’s Note: In April this year, Union home ministry removed 44 districts from the list of those affected by Left Wing Extremism (LWE), indicating a shrinking of the area of Maoist influence in the country. This is the result of...
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Spiritual leader Dada JP Vaswani passes away at the age of 99 in Pune due to old age-related ailments

Spiritual leader Dada JP Vaswani passes away at the age of 99 in Pune due to old age-related ailments

Pune: Spiritual leader Dada JP Vaswani, head of the Sadhu Vaswani Mission, died on Thursday due to old age-related ailments, a mission member said. He was 99. “He had been admitted to a private hospital in the city for the past...
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