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Suspended official cites letters, refutes charges

Thursday 27 December '12

Mankhurd shelter home Claims she wrote to Bangladesh High Commission and NGOs to repatriate women
Very sure of her writing, she got into Oscar list by chance

Thursday 20 December '12

She had planned her journey from Kottayam in Kerala to IIT in Gandhinagar meticulously but an opportunity to get nominated to the 85th Annual Academy Awards came to her by chance.
A town on the fringes

Sunday 16 December '12

Mumbra, once a marshy strip of land in the suburbs of Thane, became one of the largest Muslim refugee settlements after the Mumbai riots of 1992.
At human rights commission, it’s a sad state of affairs

Tuesday 11 December '12

No chairperson, no registrar, no members. Over 8,000 cases pending
City anchor: ‘Are you a Buddhist? If so, cut off that thread’

Friday 7 December '12

This faint but constant announcement emanating from a nondescript stall amid lakhs who thronged the ground to pay homage to their leader at Ambedkar memorial Chaityabhoomi, drew several Ambedkarites.
Father gets 5-year RI for driving son to commit suicide

Monday 3 December '12

Coming down heavily on a 40-year-old man who constantly beat his 11-year old, which allegedly pushed him to commit suicide, Sewree fast track court last week convicted him for abetting suicide.
The career plunge

Sunday 2 December '12

How a hobby she had taken up late as a homemaker won Swapna Wani 65 swimming medals, and made her a national aquatics champ. At 60 she looks for more.
Cop who accompanied accused on ‘shopping spree’ suspended

Monday 26 November '12

A week after Newsline reported how an undertrial slipped out of a court while it was still in session and spent around 20 minutes shopping nearby, Additional Commissioner of Police (Local Arms) has su...
Kasab laughed when told he was being shifted

Thursday 22 November '12

Officials who dealt with Kasab during his last 24 hours in Mumbai said he showed neither remorse nor worry while being shifted to Pune.
Kasab laughed when told he is being shifted

Thursday 22 November '12

Officials who dealt with Kasab during his last 24 hours in Mumbai said he showed neither remorse nor worry while being shifted to Pune.
Kasab laughed when told he is being shifted: Cops

Thursday 22 November '12

We entered his cell and told him to stand up, which he did.
City anchor: Accused cop on ‘shopping spree’: Police orders probe

Wednesday 21 November '12

While sessions court Judge V D Jadhavar was recording statements of the accused in the alleged Lakhan Bhaiyya fake encounter case on Monday.
Encounter case: Accused cop hops out of court in session for a ‘little shopping’

Tuesday 20 November '12

This happened without the court’s permission while it was still in session.
‘Fake encounter’:Ex-IB official quizzed

Tuesday 6 November '12

Former Intelligence Bureau official Datta Padsalgikar, who played a “crucial” role in relaying an intelligence input on the killing of Sadik Jamal Mehtar in an alleged fake encounter on January 13, 20...
Azad Maidan: 18 of 63 get bail, 5 discharged

Saturday 3 November '12

A sessions court granted bail on Friday to another 14 accused in the Azad Maidan riot case on grounds of parity after Bombay High Court released four last week.
Dying with dignity

Sunday 21 October '12

Dr Ramnik Parekh runs Antim Sanskar Seva that provides service right from the hospital to home and finally to the crematorium.
CBI can’t build strong case against swindlers for want of witnesses

Monday 15 October '12

A fake CBI officer and a deal broker, who allegedly duped over 50 people across the country last year — including film producer Rakesh Roshan — and amassed over Rs 30 crore, have put the CBI in a stic...
city anchor: All other grilling techniques fail, CBI looks at psychoanalysis tests

Friday 12 October '12

After sustained interrogation and polygraphy tests, the Central Bureau of Investigation is contemplating subjecting three Urban Development Department officials — who are accused in the Adarsh society...
CBI readies to protect witnesses as Sohrab case is shifted to Mumbai

Tuesday 9 October '12

Days after Supreme Court (SC) ordered transfer of the Sohrabuddin Sheikh alleged fake encounter case to a Mumbai special court, CBI is formulating measures to safeguard interests of witnesses.
Sadiq killing: CBI probes Mumbai cops role

Monday 8 October '12

7 policemen had reportedly detained Sadiq in Mumbai for 2 weeks before he was shifted to A’bad.


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