Vangani is a small town in Maharashtra that is home to an unusually large number of visually impaired people who came looking for a new life but had to settle for much less.
Bali police spokesman Heri Wiyanto said Nikalje was handed over to officers from India's Central Bureau of Investigation and was flown Thursday to India on a special plane
Chhota Rajan appealed to the Indian Government to do justice with him while asserting that all 'cases' against him are false and baseless.
In an affidavit she filed in a matter relating to initiation of contempt proceedings against NIA for “tending to hamper the judicial process,” resulting in “weakening of the prosecution’s case”.
Senior advocates Kapil Sibal and Indira Jaising sought an immediate intervention, contending accused were being granted bail either in the absence of the prosecution or with its consent.
What does it take to forgive someone who has done a grievous harm? And does it really help one forget? Even though the idea of restorative justice is yet to find a firm foothold in India, those who have experienced it say the act is twice blessed.
What compels elderly to get into live-in relationships and what are the new rules of engagement?
The men are in fact prisoners and the fields part of the open jail that led to the Nagpur jail.
Says she wanted 9 Muslims (in Malegaon 2006) to be freed but NIA silent.
Rohini Salian said she wants the NIA to officially denotify her from the case to which she was appointed in 2008, 'so that I am free to take up other cases, against the NIA, if need be'.
Rohini Salian, special public prosecutor in the Malegaon 2008 case, talks to Sunanda Mehta about how she got the case from Hemant Karkare, the NIA’s message from higher-ups and her despair.
India's top film institute has too many students, too few teachers and, allegedly, too little freedom.
The metamorphosis from tourist to art hub has come about through a combination of local interest and an influx of creative minds.
Police still pay weekly visits to check registers.
But just last month, an Uber spokesman had told a woman customer in Mumbai quite the opposite.
Unfazed by protests against his Marathi film Elizabeth Ekadashi, which opened the Indian Panorama section at IFFI, Paresh Mokashi gets set for the bigger realm of Hindi cinema
After decades of hard-selling its brand of comedy, the Punjabi film industry is coming into its own with New Age filmmakers
Manav Kaul on his desire to be surprised at every turn
At NFDC’s film Bazaar in goa, panelists discuss the trend of remakes and its pitfalls
Seated in his little room, Hazare discusses Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal.
A five-member live orchestra near the stage strikes a high-decibel note even as the audience settles in.
Borwankar has been known to have focused on this scourge during her tenure as Commissioner of Police in Pune.
‘Flood has destroyed everything I had... give me some courage,’ says a poem written by a child
Ordinary men and women have been drawn into the centrestage of fashion and glamour, thanks to a bunch of designers.