DISPUTE

  • The dirty secret of Delhi's underworld 2 days ago

    New Delhi: Three friends, 2 villages and a 3 acre plot, the potential harmless ingredients have cooked up the bloodiest gang war of Delhi, one which has killed over 60 people in the last 25 years. It all started in the early 1990s when a three acre plot in Najafgarh's Mitraon village was...
  • Nokia may be allowed to sell its Chennai mobile plant 1 week ago

    New Delhi: Government may allow Finnish telecom firm Nokia to sell its Chennai plant with a condition that the money realised will be kept in escrow account till final verdict is out on its Rs 21,000 crore tax dispute. "The Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) took initiative to resolve Nokia factory issue...
  • Chinese envoy to hold Himalayan border row talks in India March 22, 2015

    A Chinese envoy will hold talks in India from Sunday aimed at fixing a dispute about the Himalayan border that divides Asia's largest nations, part of a push to make progress on the festering row before Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits China. China's special representative, Yang Jiechi, will visit India from...
  • Delhi: Masked gunmen open fire near Qutub Minar; 1 dead, 1 critically injured March 10, 2015

    New Delhi: A group of masked men fired indiscriminately at men seated just outside Qutub Minar in the national capital leaving one person dead and another critically injured. The shooting reported took over a property dispute. The victim is identified as Sonu Sejwal, 28, a fire attendant at a five-star hotel...
  • China says border dispute with India 'contained', adds it's like climbing a mountain March 8, 2015

    Beijing: China on Sunday said the border dispute with India has been "contained" and the Indian elephant and Chinese dragon should "do more" to strengthen the bilateral cooperation to facilitate its settlement. Addressing his annual press conference on the sidelines of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's legislature, Foreign Minister Wang...
  • Man's unwillingness to work no ground for depriving wife maintenance: Delhi Court February 17, 2015

    New Delhi: An engineer husband has been denied any relief from paying interim maintenance to his spouse by a Delhi court which said his unwillingness to work for last many years was not a sufficient ground "to deprive his wife and child to claim maintenance for their survival". Additional Sessions...
  • China protests over Japan's comments on border dispute with India January 20, 2015

    Beijing: China on Monday lodged a protest with Tokyo after Japanese media quoted Japan's foreign minister as saying that a disputed border region between China and India belonged to India, in the latest source of friction between the two Asian rivals. Japan's foreign ministry played down the issue, saying it could...
  • Lucky Ali allegedly threatened by land mafia in Bengaluru over property dispute December 17, 2014

    Bengaluru: Claiming that his life is under threat by the land mafia, singer, composer Lucky Ali has approached the Bengaluru Police. He has filed two complaints after some men allegedly barged into his house with sickles and knives and threatened his staff. The reason for the threat is reportedly a...
  • Jaipur: 17-day-old boy's private part allegedly cut-off by a relative over a property dispute December 3, 2014

    Jaipur: In a shocking incident from Jaipur, a relative allegedly cut off the private parts of a 17-day-old baby over a property dispute. The doctor said that the reconstructive surgery was not possible till the boy is 5 years of age. The boy's parents have registered an FIR and have alleged...
  • Kota: Husband chops off wife's nose, four fingers over property dispute November 29, 2014

    Kota: A 35-year-old woman's nose and four fingers of her hand were chopped off allegedly by her husband after an argument broke out between them over a case of property in Borkheda area in Kota, police said on Saturday. The accused Nand Singh (40) along with his brother attacked his wife...
  • British Airways to pay Rs 1.5 lakh to two women for discomfort during journey in 2007 November 27, 2014

    New Delhi: British Airways has been directed by a consumer forum here to pay Rs 1.5 lakh to two women for discomfort and inconvenience caused to them in their journey to the US in 2007. The South West Delhi District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum, presided by SK Sarvaria, asked the...
  • In veiled message to China, Barack Obama renews commitment to Asia-Pacific pivot November 15, 2014

    Brisbane: US President Barack Obama sought on Saturday to reassure Asia-Pacific allies about Washington's strategic shift toward the region as he sent a veiled message to a rising China with a vow to "deepen our engagement using every element of our power". Speaking in Australia on the final stop of a...
  • Court refuses to hear dispute over Sherlock Holmes November 4, 2014

    Washington: The Supreme Court won't take up a copyright dispute over the right to depict Sherlock Holmes in a new anthology of stories. The justices on Monday declined to hear an appeal from heirs of legendary writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who say anyone portraying characters from the popular detective series...
  • India should refrain from complicating boundary issue: China October 27, 2014

    Beijing: With India announcing the construction of 54 new border posts in Arunachal Pradesh, China on Monday cautioned India to refrain from taking any action that may "complicate or exaggerate" the boundary issue. "China's position on China-India boundary question is consistent and clear. We are committed to finding a solution to...
  • Kanpur: 2 dead, 4 injured in land dispute October 25, 2014

    Kanpur: Two persons were on Friday died while four were injured, including one seriously, when two groups opened fire on each other over a land dispute in Nathapurva village, police said. SSP, Kanpur, K Emanuel said a dispute occurred between groups of village head Ramdas and Pappu Katre this evening following...
  • Goa government appoints agency to study Mahadeyi river water October 2, 2014

    Panaji: Cementing its claim on Mahadeyi river water, Goa government has approved the appointment of an agency to conduct studies for protecting the state's interest before Mahadeyi Water Disputes Tribunal. The work has been awarded to DHI (India) Water and Environment Private Limited for Rs 1.34 crore. The agency will...
  • Air India asked to give compensation to man who lost baggage September 24, 2014

    New Delhi: Air India has been asked by a consumer forum to pay compensation to a man, who lost his baggage at airport, saying the airline caused "extreme mental agony" due to its "deficiency in action and gross negligence". The New Delhi District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum, presided by CK Chaturvedi,...
  • UP: Dalit youth beaten up, forced to eat excreta allegedly over land dispute September 19, 2014

    Jhansi: In a shocking incident in Jhansi on Friday, a Dalit youth was tortured by a group of men allegedly over a land dispute. The youth alleged that he was beaten up, forced to eat excreta and his genitals were torched by the gang. The police have registered an FIR. The victim...
  • China not warlike, says Xi, as border standoff dominates India trip September 19, 2014

    New Delhi: China is not a warlike nation, President Xi Jinping said on Thursday, during a rare trip to neighbour India that was dominated by a standoff on a barren Himalayan plateau between soldiers from the world's two most populous nations. Robust comments from Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the dispute...
  • India, China sign 16 pacts worth $20 bn in two days September 18, 2014

    Chinese president Xi Jinping announced investments worth 20 billion dollars over the next five years. Sixteen agreements were signed, which included two industrial parks in India and investments in the Railways. Jinping also invited PM Narendra Modi to visit China next year. ...
  • Border disputes never affected relations between New Delhi, Beijing: China September 16, 2014

    Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India on Wednesday, China tried to play down the border dispute with the Chinese Foreign Secretary saying that border issues have never affected the development of IndiaChina relations. ...
  • UP: Panchayat orders swapping of wives after man's wife elopes with another woman's husband August 29, 2014

    New Delhi: In yet another bizarre diktat from Uttar Pradesh, a Panchayat has ordered swapping of wives after one of them allegedly eloped with the husband of the other. A married woman had eloped a few days back with another married man of the same village. The husband of the...
  • Two men end their lives in separate incidents August 17, 2014

    A 26yearold man allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from a ceiling fan in his inlaws' house at Kherka village. The incident took place on Saturday when Vipin had gone to his inlaws' house to bring back his wife Anita, who was staying there since last week after a family dispute,...
  • Army man jumps into canal after dispute with his inlaws August 15, 2014

    An Army man allegedly jumped into a canal after having some dispute with his inlaws in Marhara area in Etah, police said. Sanjeev Kumar alias Sanju (24), who was posted in AMC core in Maharashtra, jumped into Hajara canal after having some dispute with his inlaws on Thursday, they said. Circle Officer...
  • 2 killed, 3 injured in a group clash over old feud August 12, 2014

    Two persons were killed while three others injured on Tuesday when firing broke out between two groups over old enmity in Gyanpur area in Bhadohi, police said. Kamlesh (40) and Vimlesh (45) were killed in the exchange of fire and three others got injured in Rampatti village, Additional Superintendent of Police,...
  • Chinese troops violated border pact in June: Jaitley August 1, 2014

    New Delhi: Chinese troops violated a border pact signed between the two countries in October last year by tailing Indian troops in Eastern Ladakh in June, prompting India to lodge a protest on the issue, the government told Lok Sabha on Friday. "Since signing of the Border Defence Cooperation Agreement (BDCA), Chinese...
  • Clash breaks out between two groups in Alipur; 1 arrested July 30, 2014

    A clash broke out between two groups of a community in Alipur village in Meerut district following which one person was arrested, police said. The two groups clashed on Tuesday following a dispute over the conduct of a prayer ceremony, Superintendent of Police, MM Beg said. A case was registered against six...
  • Situation under control at Silgain even as prohibitory orders remain in force July 30, 2014

    The situation at Silgain village of Ranchi district where one person was killed and 30 injured in a clash was "under control" even as prohibitory orders remained in force in the area. "Section 144 CRPC was imposed in the area. The situation is now under control," Ranchi district Deputy Commissioner Vinay...
  • 1 killed, 2 injured after members of a family clash over land dispute July 30, 2014

    A man was killed and two others injured when members of a family allegedly clashed with each other over some land dispute in Sidhari area in Azamgarh, police said. Members of the family had a dispute over division of land in Hegapur village which turned into a clash this morning, following...
  • Situation improves in Saharanpur, curfew lifted for 4 hours in old town area July 28, 2014

    Saharanpur: As the situation improved in the violencehit Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh on Monday, curfew has been relaxed for four hours in the old town areas to allow people to buy their daily need items from markets which were directed to remain open. The curfew has been relaxed from 3 PM...