While the direction came on Tuesday, in the absence of a formal communication from the government so far, the police had already constituted a committee under the ADGP in June and submitted a report to the DGP stating that only 54 cases need to be investigated.
On July 1 five nomads of the Govani community, who had camped for the second time in less than a month in Dhule to seek alms, were killed on the suspicious of being child lifters in Rainpada hamlet of Dhule around 350 km from Mumbai.
ACB arrested Tushar Savarkar, social worker at the state-run JJ Hospital, and Sachin Salve, organ transplant co-ordinator with the SL Raheja Hospital, for allegedly demanding Rs 1.5 lakh from a patient requiring a kidney transplant
In its complaint, SEBI has accused Anand Rathi Commodities, Geofin Comtrade, Motilal Oswal and Philip Capital among others of indulging in illegal trading in commodities on the NSEL platform between 2008 and 2013
In his plea before the Interpol, while Choksi claimed that the jails “violate human rights conditions”, he has also alleged that a media trail was in progress against him and the judicial system may be influenced.
MPDA Act empowers the district magistrate and the commissioner of police to exercise provisions under MPDA to detain a person who in their view is acting in manner prejudicial to the maintenance of public order.
According to Mumbai police, Choksi applied for a PCC on February 23, 2017. On March 10, 2017, Malabar Hill police station submitted a “clear report” after running a check on CAIS. On March 14, 2017, Mumbai Police passport branch forwarded the report to the regional passport office.
Six recent arrests by the Maharashtra Police and the CBI point to a complex and intricate web of fringe Hindu radical groups whose members are now being linked to four murders and a recently busted terror module. The Indian Express untangle the plot
The day journalist Gauri Lankesh was murdered in Bengaluru, Sudhanva Gondhalekar, 39, an activist associated with the Shri Shivpratishthan Hindustan and the HJS, was seen in the vicinity of her home around four hours before the killing.
Besides the revolver, the agencies also recovered three live cartridges, a dagger and a sword during searches carried out on Tuesday. If the FSL confirms that the weapon was used in the Dabholkar killing, it would be a major breakthrough.
Twenty-two crude bombs and 21 country-made weapons have so far been recovered from the accused in the case, who were allegedly planning to carry out attacks in Mumbai, Solapur, Satara, Pune and Nalasopara.