IPC

  • Voyeurism case: Seven Fabindia officials get anticipatory bail April 9, 2015

    Panaji: A Goa court on Thursday granted interim anticipatory bail to seven officials of Fabindia, including its CEO and MD, till April 23 in connection with the voyeurism case. District court judge Desmond D'Costa granted the interim relief to Fabindia's Managing Director William Bissel, Chief Executive Officer Subrata Dutta and five...
  • Snoopgate case: Fabindia top brass to appear before Goa Police April 8, 2015

    Panaji: Fabindia officials, including its managing director and the chief executive officer, will appear before the crime branch of Goa Police in "two to four days", the company said on Wednesday. "Over the coming two to four days, other members of the team who have been asked to attend the proceedings,...
  • Navi Mumbai church attack: Suspects grilled, no clues in CCTV March 22, 2015

    Mumbai: Police investigating on Sunday's attack on a church in New Panvel area in Navi Mumbai are grilling some suspects, but are yet to get concrete leads. There are no eyewitnesses to the incident and the scanning of CCTV footage has also not thrown up any substantial leads to identity the...
  • Thane: Disturbed over verbal abuse, teen sets herself ablaze March 15, 2015

    Thane: A teenager girl allegedly committed suicide by setting herself ablaze after she had an altercation with a woman, police said on Sunday. The girl (19), a resident of Mira Road area in Thane, committed suicide at her residence after she...
  • Bollywood actress Rati Agnihotri files domestic violence case against husband March 14, 2015

    Mumbai: Yesteryear Bollywood actress Rati Agnihotri on Saturday filed a complaint with police in Mumbai accusing her husband of domestic violence and intimidation. "Rati Agnihotri, who married Anil Virwani in 1985 filed complaint against him today saying he had mentally tortured her besides assaulting her physically," said S Jaykumar, deputy police...
  • Can't keep live-in relations outside purview of rape: Delhi High Court March 8, 2015

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has refused to keep live-in relationships outside the purview of rape under the IPC, saying it would amount to giving them the status of matrimony, which the legislature has chosen "not to do". The court made the observation while hearing a PIL, which had sought...
  • Case registered against Sadhvi in Mangaluru March 6, 2015

    Mangaluru: A case has been slapped against VHP leader Sadhvi Balika Saraswati from Madhya Pradesh who was the star speaker at the Hindu Samajotsava held in Mangaluru on March 1 for allegedly disturbing communal harmony through her provocative utterances. Police said the case has been booked under Sections 153(A) of IPC...
  • CIC directs Delhi Women Commission to disclose rape records March 4, 2015

    New Delhi: Amid outrage over the interview of a December 16 gangrape convict, CIC on Wednesday directed the Delhi Commission of Women to make public records of rapes committed in the national capital with stern conditions to ensure that identities of victims are not disclosed. "The Commission observes that the records...
  • Anna Hazare gets threats on Facebook; FIR registered against 2 Canada men March 4, 2015

    Thane: Anti-graft crusader Anna Hazare, who is set to undertake a footmarch protesting the Land Acquistion Bill, has received life threats on social networking site Facebook, police said on Wednesday. A Kalyan resident Ashok Gautam (57), who is associated with the movement of the veteran activist, has been getting messages in...
  • Radicalised Mumbai youth returns to India, NIA registers FIR for joining banned terrorist group ISIS November 28, 2014

    Mumbai: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday night registered an FIR against Arif Majeed, one of the four youths who had left their Mumbai homes to join terror group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and ISIS itself under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) and Indian Penal Code...
  • Saradha scam: SFIO completes probe, says 14 firms were running 'ponzi schemes' September 15, 2014

    New Delhi: The Serious Fraud Investigation Office of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs on Monday completed its probe into the multicrore Saradha scam and said 14 firms were running 'ponzi schemes'. Investigations have revealed that primary source of payments to subscribers was collections made from newly enrolled members rather than...
  • News 360: India likely to ban terror outfit ISIS August 28, 2014

    The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is likely to file a case against Iraqi terror group ISIS and its chief AlBaghdadi, sources said on Thursday. The FIR will be filed under section 121A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for waging war against India, the sources said. ...
  • Panel suggests separate law to protect north eastern people from attacks July 27, 2014

    New Delhi: A separate law with specific provisions to protect people from the northeast living in different parts of the country along with amendment of sections of IPC has been suggested by a committee set up after increased attacks on citizens from the region. According to sources, the M P...
  • Court awards death sentence to acid attacker July 25, 2014

    In a significant judgement, a youth has been sentenced to death by a local court for throwing acid on a woman following which she died. Additional Sessions Judge at Ambah in the district KC Gupta on Thursday awarded capital punishment to Jogendra Tomar (28), who had thrown acid on the face...
  • 20yearold girl gang raped, video posted on Facebook June 24, 2014

    A 20yearold girl was allegedly gangraped in Muzaffarnagarby eight youths, including her friend, who also made a video of the act and uploaded it on social networking site Facebook, police said on Tuesday. The victim in a complaint on Tuesdaysaid that in August last year she went for a lunch with...
  • Karnataka: Baby dies in hospital; family alleges rat bite marks on body June 24, 2014

    Bangalore: A twomonthold baby girl died at a private hospital in Hassan district in Karnataka on Sunday following which her parents alleged that she died due to the negligence of the hospital authorities. According to police, the baby was admitted to Rajeev Hospital in Hassan on Saturday complaining of breathing...
  • Thane: Husband held for posting his wife's video on a porn site June 6, 2014

    Thane: A 28yearold man who allegedly filmed his wife and posted the video on a pornographic site was arrested on Friday. Senior police inspector Ajay Kurandkar of Navghar police station said that the man's wife had complained to the police that he did it to earn money since he is...
  • IIITAllahabad professor booked for sexually harassing student June 5, 2014

    A faculty member at IIITAllahabad has been booked for allegedly sexually harassing a female student, police said on Thursday. The complainant, an M.Tech (Bioinformatics) student, had lodged a complaint with the IIITA authorities as well as at the Dhoomanjganj police station, accusing her Head of the Department Shiva Prasad of...
  • ED attaches property of a gem company for defaulting loan May 29, 2014

    The Enforcement directorate (ED) in Jaipur has attached a property worth Rs one crore belonging to a gem company for defaulting bank loan. The action was taken under Money Laundering Act, 2002 against Shanti Kumar Choradia, Umraomal Choradia and their companies, an ED statement said on Thursday. These entities had taken a...
  • Elderly couple killed on suspicion of practising black magic May 28, 2014

    An elderly couple, suspected to be practising black magic, was killed allegedly by three women in Chhattisgarh's tribal dominatedJashpur district, police said. Paatrik Kujur (62) and his wife Alveshiya (58) were beaten to death by the women of their village Anghla under Aasta police station limits on suspicion of practising witchcraft,...
  • Chargesheet against one more accused in Muzaffarnagar riots case May 28, 2014

    The Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the Muzaffarnagar riots on Wenesday filed a chargesheet in a court against one more accused in a riotrelated murder case. SIT inspector Rasham Singh filed the chargesheet against Manoj Kumar, one of the accused in the Kutba killing during the communal riots September last. According...
  • Boy kills uncle, injures grandmother over property dispute May 27, 2014

    A youth allegedly stabbed his 45yearold uncle to death and severely injured his grandmother during a fight over property dispute in Kota, police said. An argument broke out over division of property between the accused and his uncle at his house in Nayapura area of the city late on Monday evening,...
  • Malegaon blasts: Maharashtra govt denied permission to prosecute policemen, CBI tells Indore court May 23, 2014

    The CBI, which probed the mysterious disappearance of Dilip Patidar, a witness in the 2008 Malegaon blast case, on Thursday filed a report before the court in Indore, recommending closure of the case as Maharashtra authorities did not give permission to prosecute two accused officers. The 17page report, filed before the...
  • One arrested in Gaya for duping Japanese of Rs 3.50 lakh May 22, 2014

    Bihar Police on Thursday arrested a man for allegedly duping a Japanese tourist of Rs 3.50 lakh from a village under Fatehpur police station area in Gaya district. Acting on a complaint lodged by Japanese tourist Shinji Kutchi, a native of Nakagawa city, police arrested accused identified as Mohammed Saddam from...
  • Case registered against kidney racket operating on Facebook May 22, 2014

    An FIR was registered on Thursday by the police at Gomti Nagar police station in Lucknow on a complaint of a senior IPS officer, who alleged that members of a kidney racket are using social networking site Facebook to lure people to sell their vital organs. The case has been registered...
  • Madhya Pradesh police seeks hearing through videoconferencing in sensitive cases May 20, 2014

    Madhya Pradesh police is seeking videoconferencing facility in courts and jails for conducting hearing in sensitive matters, especially after the recent incident in which SIMI operatives allegedly raised inflammatory slogans against Narendra Modi. Madhya Pradesh Director General of Police (DGP) Nandan Dubey, however, said that the incident was just an attempt...
  • After seven years of livein relationship, woman accuses partner of rape May 20, 2014

    A offence of rape has been registered against a person for not honouring the promise of marriage he made to a woman, with whom he had a livein relationship for about seven years, police said on Tuesday. Based on a complaint filed by the 32yearold woman, a teacher by profession, a...
  • Air Force officer assaults wife over dowry, arrested May 20, 2014

    An Air Force officer has been arrested, along with his parents, for allegedly harassing and assaulting his wife for dowry, police said on Monday. Flight Lieutenant Akash Singh, posted at the Halwara Air Force Station in Punjab, was arrested on Sunday for allegedly harassing and beating up his wife for dowry. A...
  • 17yearold boy shot dead over betting dispute in Khilaipur May 15, 2014

    A 17yearold boy was shot dead on Thursday following a dispute over money betted on a cricket match in Khilaipur village under Maholi police station area of the district, police said. According to police, Avnish Verma (18) and Himanshu Verma (17) had betted some money on the outcome of a cricket...
  • 1,200 litres liquor seized, police arrest five May 4, 2014

    Five persons were arrested this morning and 1,200 litres of illicit country made liquor was recovered from them in Shankerpura Kanjar colony under Dablana police station area of the district in Bundi, police said. Acting on a tip off, a raid was conducted in Shankerpura Kanjar colony this morning and 1,200...