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Lover acquitted of rape charges by Delhi court

A youth accused of raping his live-in partner after promising to marry her has been acquitted by a Delhi court on the ground that the girl did not turn up to depose against him.

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Muslim marriage is a civil contract, rules high court

KOCHI: Uncoupling the institution of marriage from sacred or religious connotations conveniently used to deny women their due, the Kerala high court has ruled that Muslim marriage is primarily a civil contract to legalize sexual intercourse

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Managing court hard nut to crack for MBAs!

Managing Groups and Teams Cover Thumb

Managing Groups and Teams Cover Thumb (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

630 were eligible to appear for screening test. Of them, 559 took the exam and only 26 made the cut for the inteview.

It seems managing courts in the state is very hard for management graduates. 


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Send policemen not registering FIR to jail, Ministry of Home Affairs tells states

A police officer of Tajikistan in 2005.

A police officer of Tajikistan in 2005. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 Policemen refusing to register FIRs will face up to one year in jail with the Centre issuing strict instructions to states to prosecute such cops.

The Home Ministry told the states and Union Territories to clearly instruct all police stations that failure to register FIR on receipt of information about any cognisable offence will invite prosecution of the duty police officer under IPC Section 166A (public servant disobeying law) which will invite imprisonment up to one year.

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2002 hit-and-run case: Court adjourns Salman Khan’s case till June 24

MUMBAI: A sessions court today deferred till June 24 its order on an appeal filed byBollywood actor Salman Khan against a magistrate’s ruling invoking charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder in the 2002 hit-run-case involving him.

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MCOCA court to hear Sreesanth’s bail plea today

A MCOCA court on Monday will hear the bail pleas of tainted Rajasthan Royals cricketers S Sreesanth and Ankeet Chavan in connection with the IPL spot-fixing scandal.

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