Shivraj Singh Chouhan says MP a ‘role model’ in dealing with rape cases of minors understands that your privacy is important to you and we are committed for being transparent about the technologies we use.  This cookie policy explains how and why cookies and other similar technologies may be stored on and accessed from your device when you use or visit websites that posts a link to this Policy (collectively, “the sites”). This cookie policy should be read together with our Privacy Policy.

By continuing to browse or use our sites, you agree that we can store and access cookies and other tracking technologies as described in this policy.

What are Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies?

A cookie is a small text file that can be stored on and accessed from your device when you visit one of our sites, to the extent you agree.  The other tracking technologies work similarly to cookies and place small data files on your devices or monitor your website activity to enable us to collect information about how you use our sites. This allows our sites to recognize your device from those of other users on our sites. The information provided below about cookies also applies to these other tracking technologies.

How do our sites use Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies? use cookies and other technologies to store information in your web browser or on your mobile phone, tablet, computer, or other devices (collectively “devices”) that allow us to store and receive certain pieces of information whenever you use or interact with our applications and sites. Such cookies and other technologies helps us to identify you and your interests, to remember your preferences and to track use of We also use cookies and other tracking technologies to control access to certain content on our sites, protect the sites, and to process any requests that you make to us.
We also use cookies to administer our sites and for research purposes, also has contracted with third-party service providers to track and analyse statistical usage and volume information from our site users. These third-party service providers use persistent Cookies to help us improve user experience, manage our site content, and analyse how users navigate and utilize the sites.

First and Third-party Cookies

First party cookies

These are those cookies that belong to us and which we place on your device or are those set by a website that is being visited by the user at the time (e.g., cookies placed by

Third-party cookies

Some features used on this website may involve a cookie being sent to your computer by a third party. For example, if you view or listen to any embedded audio or video content you may be sent cookies from the site where the embedded content is hosted. Likewise, if you share any content on this website through social networks (for example by clicking a Facebook “like” button or a “Tweet” button) you may be sent cookies from these websites. We do not control the setting of these cookies so please check the websites of these third parties for more information about their cookies and how to manage them.

Persistent Cookies
We use persistent cookies to improve your experience of using the sites. This includes recording your acceptance of our cookie policy to remove the cookie message which first appears when you visit our site.
Session Cookies 
Session cookies are temporary and deleted from your machine when your web browser closes. We use session cookies to help us track internet usage as described above.
You may refuse to accept browser Cookies by activating the appropriate setting on your browser. However, if you select this setting you may be unable to access certain parts of the sites. Unless you have adjusted your browser setting so that it will refuse cookies, our system will check if cookies can be captured when you direct your browser to our sites.
The data collected by the sites and/or through Cookies that may be placed on your computer will not be kept for longer than is necessary to fulfil the purposes mentioned above. In any event, such information will be kept in our database until we get explicit consent from you to remove all the stored cookies.

We categorize cookies as follows:

Essential Cookies

These cookie are essential to our site in order to enable you to move around it and to use its features. Without these essential cookies we may not be able to provide certain services or features and our site will not perform as smoothly for you as we would like. These cookies, for example, let us recognize that you have created an account and have logged in/out to access site content. They also include Cookies that enable us to remember your previous actions within the same browsing session and secure our sites.

Analytical/Performance Cookies

These cookies are used by us or by our third-party service providers to analyse how the sites are used and how they are performing. For example, these cookies track what content are most frequently visited, your viewing history and from what locations our visitors come from. If you subscribe to a newsletter or otherwise register with the Sites, these cookies may be correlated to you.

Functionality Cookies

These cookies let us operate the sites in accordance with the choices you make. These cookies permit us to “remember you” in-between visits. For instance, we will recognize your user name and remember how you customized the sites and services, for example by adjusting text size, fonts, languages and other parts of web pages that are alterable, and provide you with the same customizations during future visits.

Advertising Cookies

These cookies collect information about your activities on our sites as well as other sites to provide you targeted advertising. We may also allow our third-party service providers to use cookies on the sites for the same purposes identified above, including collecting information about your online activities over time and across different websites. The third-party service providers that generate these cookies, such as, social media platforms, have their own privacy policies, and may use their cookies to target advertisement to you on other websites, based on your visit to our sites.

How do I refuse or withdraw my consent to the use of Cookies?

If you do not want cookies to be dropped on your device, you can adjust the setting of your Internet browser to reject the setting of all or some cookies and to alert you when a cookie is placed on your device. For further information about how to do so, please refer to your browser ‘help’ / ‘tool’ or ‘edit’ section for cookie settings w.r.t your browser that may be Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox etc.
Please note that if your browser setting is already setup to block all cookies (including strictly necessary Cookies) you may not be able to access or use all or parts or functionalities of our sites.
If you want to remove previously-stored cookies, you can manually delete the cookies at any time from your browser settings. However, this will not prevent the sites from placing further cookies on your device unless and until you adjust your Internet browser setting as described above.
For more information on the development of user-profiles and the use of targeting/advertising Cookies, please see if you are located in Europe or if in the United States.

Contact us

If you have any other questions about our Cookie Policy, please contact us at:
If you require any information or clarification regarding the use of your personal information or this privacy policy or grievances with respect to use of your personal information, please email us at [email protected]

Source link

3 Minors, Woman Injured In House Collapse In Bihar

The four injured were rushed to hospital in serious condition, says police. (Representational)


Three minors and a woman were seriously injured after a part of a house collapsed on them at Jalalabad in Shamli district, the police said today.

According to circle officer Arvind Rathore, the incident took place when they were passing through a street last night.

Four people were injured – Aman, 14, Shadan, 12, Insha, 13 and Ruksana, 45, were rushed to a hospital in serious condition, he said.

Source link

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat Promises Death Penalty In Rape Of Minors

Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Haryana already have the provision. (File)


Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat today said the state government will make provisions for sending rapists of minor girls to the gallows.

The chief minister announced this while addressing the working committee meeting of the state BJP at Kashipur in Udham Singh Nagar district, state BJP media in-charge Devendra Bhasin said. 

Describing rape as the most heinous of crimes, the chief minister said the state government will make provisions to hang those who perpetrate it on minor girls, Mr Bhasin quoted Rawat as having said.

Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Haryana have already approved the provision of capital punishment for those found guilty of raping girls aged 12 years or less.

The Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2018, which provides for stringent punishment including death penalty for those convicted of raping girls below the age of 12 years, will be introduced in the monsoon session of Parliament beginning July 18. 

Source link

Will Ensure Death Penalty For Those Raping Minors: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

The CM had yesterday held a meeting to review the law and order situation in the state. (File)


The Madhya Pradesh government will ensure that criminals involved in the rape of minor girls get death penalty, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said.

The move comes after a spurt in crimes against minors in the state.

“Chouhan has directed the authorities concerned to ensure capital punishment for those involved in raping minor girls,” a public relations department official said today.

The chief minister had yesterday held a meeting to review the law and order situation in the state.

Mr Chouhan had praised the police for swift action in the case of a nine-year-old girl’s rape in Sagar district where the convict was awarded death sentence within 46 days of the incident.

The crime was committed on May 21 this year and charges were framed last week. On July 7, a court at Rehli in Sagar district awarded death sentence to the 40-year-old accused.Chouhan also asked the officials to follow the case in higher courts for ensuring speedy trial and said that he would himself monitor such cases every fortnight.

A similar case that shook the entire state was the gangrape and attempted murder of an eight-year-old girl in the state’s Mandsaur district on June 26.

The victim suffered severe injuries to her neck, face, head and private parts in the incident, and is being treated at the state-run Maharaja Yeshwantrao Hospital in Indore.

Both the accused in the case have been arrested and the police have filed a charge sheet against them. 

Source link

Minors, Adult Women Rescued From Suspect Guest House In Kolkata’s Upmarket Salt Lake City

Six arrested persons are likely to be charged with immoral trafficking amongst other crimes

Kolkata:  Two minor girls and four other women were rescued in Kolkata from a guest house from where a sex trade was being run. The Green Shelter Guest House in CL Block in the upmarket Salt Lake area has been around for a few months.   

Acting on a tip off, the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) conducted a raid on Thursday and arrested six people, including a woman who is suspected to be a trafficker.

A case was registered at the Bidhannagar East police station. The six persons arrested are likely to be charged with immoral trafficking, among other crimes.  

Sources had informed police that minor girls were being forced into prostitution at the guest house. Inspector Subhash Jana is leading the investigation.

According to sources, many such suspect guest houses are running in mostly residential township of Salt Lake but residents are wary complaining because they lack concrete evidence of sex trade or trafficking.

But it is an issue of growing concern. Some small ‘madhuchakra‘ or sex trade rackets have been busted in the past but Thursday’s was the biggest in recent times.

Among those arrested, 37-year-old Ms Krishna Debnath, the ‘guest house manager’, her deputy Sandip Mishra and four other employees Babu Sona Majhi, Tanmoy Saha, Raju Das and Tuhin Banerjee.

For more Kolkata news click here

Source link

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Minors Run Away to meet Jethalal

नई दिल्ली: ‘तारक मेहता का उल्टा चश्मा’ बच्चों और बड़ों सभी में बहुत ही लोकप्रिय है जो मनोरंजन के साथ-साथ सामजिक मैसेज भी अपने दर्शकों तक पहुंचता है. पर दो छोटे बच्चे किसी तरह काम करके थोड़े पैसे कमा कर अकेले ही राजस्थान से मुंबई भाग कर आ गए क्योंकि वे अपने चहेते कलाकार जेठालाल गाड़ा यानि दिलीप जोशी से मिलना चाहते थे. ये उनका भाग्य था कि किसी अच्छे आदमी ने उनको पुलिस स्टेशन पहुंचा दिया और अब वे दोनों अपने अभिभावकों के साथ अपने शहर वापिस भी जा चुके हैं. पर उनकी कहानी ने शो के निर्माता और कलाकारों दोनों को ही डरा दिया. क्या होता अगर वे किसी गलत व्यक्ति के हाथ पड़ जाते? इसीलिए सभी ने यह निर्णय लिया कि उनकी दिलीप जोशी से मिलने की इच्छा पूरी न की जाए वरना शायद बहुत सारे अलग-अलग शो के छोटे छोटे फैंस अपने अपने चहेते कलाकार से मिलने के लिए ये रास्ता अपनाना शुरू कर  देंगे. 

Taarak Mehta: जेठालाल की दुकान में हुई चोरी, तिजोरी से लेकर सामान चट

दिलीप जोशी ने कहा, “ये सुन कर कि दो छोटे लड़के राजस्थान से मुंबई तक अकेले भाग कर सिर्फ इसलिए आए हैं क्योंकि वे मुझसे मिलना चाहते थे, मुझे उनके लिए बहुत डर लगा. जब दर्शकों से इतना प्यार मिलता है तो बहुत गर्व और खुशी होती है पर अपने चहेते कलाकार से मिलने के लिए घर से भाग कर मुंबई आना न तो सही है और न ही सुरक्षित. उनकी किस्मत अच्छी थी कि उन्हें एक सही इंसान मिला जो उनको पुलिस के पास ले गया. मैं अपने सभी चाहने वालों छोटे फैंस से ये प्रार्थना करता हूं कि उन्हें अपने माता-पिता की छत्रछाया में ही रहना चाहिए. मैं उन दोनों को अपना स्नेह और बेस्ट विशेस भेजना चाहता हूं.” 


Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: बबीता या पोपटलाल? किसके यहां खायेगा खाना जेठालाल?

शो के निर्माता असित कुमार मोदी ने कहा, “दर्शकों का इतना प्यार अपने साथ बहुत जिम्मेदारी भी लाता है. मैं अपने शो के फैंस से यही प्रार्थना करूंगा कि कोई इतना  जोखिम भरा कदम न ले. हम सभी सिद्धांतों और अनुशासन में विश्वास रखते हैं और अपने शो में भी इसका निर्वाह करते हैं. हम ईश्वर का धन्यवाद करते हैं कि वे सही सलामत अपने अभिभावकों तक पहुंच गए हैं.” 

…और भी हैं बॉलीवुड से जुड़ी ढेरों ख़बरें…

Source link

Shahdara Police arrested a gang who used Minors for theft and other crime

खास बातें

  1. बच्चों से जबरदस्ती चोरी करवाते थे आरोपी
  2. मोटी कमाई का देते थे प्रलोभन
  3. रेलवे और मेट्रो स्टेशन पर करते थे चोरी

नई दिल्ली: शाहदरा पुलिस ने विवेक विहार इलाके से एक ऐसे गिरोह को गिरफ्तार किया है जो नाबालिग बच्चों से आपराधिक घटनाएं करवाता था. पुलिस ने गिरोह के सरगना राज कुमार और अनिल को भी गिरफ्तार किया है. पुलिस को गिरफ्तार आरोपियों के पास 4 लाख रुपये से ज्यादा का कैश और 26 स्मार्ट फोन भी मिला है. पुलिस की शुरुआती जांच में पता चला है कि आरोपी खास तौर 10 से 12 साल के बच्चों से इस तरह की घटनाएं करवाते थे. ताकि वह अगर पकड़े भी जाएं तो कुछ दिन बाद ही बालसुधार गृह से बाहर आ जाएं. पुलिस को आरोपियों के पास चोरी की मोटरसाइकिल और पिस्तौल भी मिला है. गौरतलब है कि पुलिस ने आरोपियों के चंगुल से तीन नाबालिग बच्चों को भी छुड़ाया है. साथ ही पुलिस की टीम आरोपियों से पूछताछ के आधार पर अन्य बच्चों को भी छुड़ाने की कोशिशों मे लगी है. पुलिस के अनुसार गिरोह के सरगना की गिरफ्तारी के बाद 50 से ज्यादा मामलों को सुलझाने में मदद मिलेगी. 

यह भी पढ़ें: BMW और फॉर्च्यूनर जैसी महंगी कारें चोरी करने वाला गिरोह पकड़ा गया

शाहदरा जिले की डीसीपी नुपूर प्रसाद ने बताया कि हमें मिली जानकारी पर काम करते हुए एक नाबालिग को हिरासत में लिया था. पुलिस टीम को उसके पास से चोरी का मोबाइल फोन बरामद हुआ. पूछताछ में नाबालिग ने बताया कि वह राजकुमार के लिए काम करता है. उसने पूछताछ में बताया कि वह अकेला नहीं है, उसके जैसे कई और बच्चे भी राजकुमार के लिए काम करते हैं. इसके बाद हमनें विवेक विहार पुलिस के एसएचओ मुकेश कुमार की देखरेख में विशेष टीम गठित की. टीम ने मुखबीर से मिली जानकारी के आधार पर गिरोह के सरगना राजकुमार, अनिल को गिरफ्तार किया. 

यह भी पढ़ें: भिवानी पुलिस ने फर्जी डिग्री देने वाले गिरोह का किया पर्दाफाश, चार गिरफ्तार

रेलवे स्टेशन और मेट्रो स्टेशन पर करते थे चोरी

पुलिस की जांच में पता चला कि आरोपी राजकुमार और अनिल इन बच्चों की मदद से रेलवे स्टेशन और मेट्रो स्टेशन पर चोरी करवाते थे. गिरोह के लिए काम करने वाले बच्चे की नजर खासतौर पर मोबाइल फोन और पर्स पर होती थी. ऐसा इसलिए भी क्योंकि ट्रेन पकड़ने की जल्दी की वजह से अकसर लोग चोरी की शिकायत कराने नहीं जाते थे. घटना को अंजाम देने के बाद बच्चे चोरी की गई चीजों को राजकुमार व अनिल को लाकर देते थे. इसके बाद राजकुमार और अनिल इन चीजों को बाजार में बेचते थे. पुलिस की शुरुआती जांच में पता चला है कि राजकुमार व उसके साथ साथी ने इन बच्चों से अभी तक 50 से ज्यादा घटनाओं को अंजाम दिलाया है. 


VIDEO: एटीएम कार्ड से धोखाधड़ी के आरोप में तीन गिरफ्तार.

काम दिलाने के बहाने गांव से लाते थे बच्चे

पुलिस की जांच में पता चला है कि आरोपी राजकुमार और अनिल गिरोह के लिए काम करने वाले बच्चों को उनके गांव से लेकर आते थे. ज्यादातर बच्चों को शहर में काम दिलाने के बहाने लाया जाता था. इसके बाद उन्हें मोटी कमाई का प्रलोभन देकर उनसे इस तरह की घटनाएं कराई जाती थी. राजकुमार व अनिल इन बच्चों के रहने और खाने का पीने का भी पूरा इंतजाम करता था.

Source link

Kashmir Singh Given Life Sentence For Inserting Pressure Pump In Minor’s Rectum

The minor’s mother in her complaint stated that her youngest son worked as a helper (Representational)

Ludhiana:  A court in Ludhiana sentenced a man to rigorous imprisonment for life for the death of a 16-year-boy at a workshop where he worked. Kashmir Singh, a resident of Vishvakarma colony, was convicted by Additional Session Judge Jagdeep Kaur Virk of taking the minor boy’s life by inserting an air pressure pipe in his rectum in May last year.The court also slapped a fine of Rs two lakh on the convict and turned down his plea for leniency.

District Attorney Ravinder Abrol said the minor boy’s mother in her police complaint had stated that her youngest son worked as a helper at the workshop owned by Sartaj Kaur.

When Aman’s clothes got wet and he was drying those in front of a machine, Kashmir Singh got angry on noticing him do so. He put a pressure air pipe in the private parts of Aman, which led to deterioration of his medical condition, resulting in his death.

A case under Section 304 of the IPC (culpable homicide not amounting to murder) and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act was registered against Singh at Dugri police station.

Source link

Government Mulling Giving Driving License For E-Scooters To Minors

View Photos

Currently, people in the age group of 16-18 years only have a learner’s license

Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has said that the government is looking to allow minors in the age group of 16 to 18 to ride electric scooters. Under the current Motor Vehicle Act of 1988, people who are between the age of 16 and 18 are allowed to carry a license only for gearless scooters which are 50 cc and below and unfortunately, there is no such two-wheeler sold in India. The Union Minister believes that this could definitely be a catalyst in the young crowd moving towards electric two-wheelers in the coming years.

Also Read: Electric Vehicles To Have Green Number Plates

Gadkari said this along with confirming the fact that government has approved distinctive green license plates for electric vehicles with white fonts for private cars and yellow fonts for taxis. “The government has approved distinctive green licence plates for electric vehicles to encourage people to use electric vehicles,” Gadkari said.

The reason behind different number plates for electric vehicles is for easy identification for preferential treatment in parking lots, free entry in congested zones and other proposed benefits such as concessional toll charges.

The government is also mulling on taxi aggregators having a certain percentage of their fleet consist of electric vehicles. The measure is aimed at promoting the use of electric vehicles and the government is considering exemption from permits for them as well.

“The government is also contemplating to ask taxi aggregators to have an incremental share of electric vehicles from 2020 onwards, which could be 1 per cent of the fleet every year,” Gadkari said.

Similarly, all public transport operators may also be mandated to provide 1 per cent incremental fleet from 2020 onwards, he added.

Also, the ministry of road transport and highways will also request the finance ministry to keep the depreciation rate at 50 per cent as opposed to 15 per cent on regular vehicles. Current estimates suggest that India at present has 1 to 1.5 lakh electric vehicles and the number is projected to grow to about 5 per cent of the total vehicles in the next five years. India sold 24 million vehicles in 2017-2018 and barely one per cent of that amount accounted for the total EVs sold.

For the latest auto news and reviews, follow CarAndBike on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Source link