Author: Samuel Mathai

Man kills his parents, live-in partner and lives lavish life

In a gruesome act, a 32-year-old man in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, not only killed his live-in partner, but also buried the body in the first floor of his house and then made an altar over it. But cops sniffed their way into his house after the parents of the deceased girl smelt a rat. Later, on interrogation, the accused told the police that he murdered his parents also. According to police, Udayan Das, a resident of Saket Nagar in Govindpura police station area, befriended a girl from West Bengal, Akanksha alias Sweta Sharma, 28, and brought her to Bhopal....

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‘All is not well’ for Modi in UP

With a plethora of faiths, castes and political allegiances, spiced up by garish nepotism, rank criminality and a first-past-the-post voting system prone to wild swings, elections in Uttar Pradesh (UP), the highest populated state in India with more than 20 crore people and the fifth largest in area, are always raucous and notoriously tricky to predict. The state’s 14 crore voters directly elect a sixth of the Lok Sabha, and the state assembly also sends a substantial number of members to the Rajya Sabha. In the 2014 general election the people of the state have given a sweeping majority...

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From Poes Garden to Central Jail

Now, all eyes are on Governor C Vidyasagar Rao over the swearing-in of the new Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, a day after Edapaddi K Palanisamy staked claim to form the government. With her chief ministerial hopes dashed after the Supreme Court ruling in the disproportionate assets case, the AIADMK general secretary VK Sasikala was sent to the Parappana Agrahara Central prison in Bengaluru, where she will serve the remainder of her four-year sentence. The Supreme Court has, putting an end to the AIADMK general secretary VK Sasikala’s bid to become the chief minister of Tamil Nadu, on February 14,...

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SC cancels admission of 634 Vyapam-tainted MBBS students

The Supreme Court on February 13 cancelled the admission of 634 students who got admission to the MBBS course in various medical colleges in Madhya Pradesh between 2008 and 2012 by illegal means. These students had cleared the entrance tests for medical colleges conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Vyavasayik Pareeksha Mandal (Vyapam). The order came from a three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice JS Khehar who refused to give any relief to the students in question. The bench gave its seal of approval to the decision of the PEB to cancel the admissions of 634 students identified as having...

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ATS unearths major espionage ring, nabs 11 ISI spies

The Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) unearthed a major espionage ring thriving in Madhya Pradesh and arrested 11 people who were facilitating the Pakistani spy agency, ISI, with crucial information about Indian Army deployments. The nabbed 11 people, all Hindus, are from four districts of the state – Bhopal, Gwalior, Jabalpur and Satna. The ATS also seized 35 Chinese-make SIM boxes, over 50 mobile phones and more than 3,000 prepaid and post-paid SIM cards of different cellular companies, laptops, data cards and other equipment. All the arrested men had been clandestinely operating various mediums to send classified information out to their...

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