Self-styled godman Asaram who has been serving time in Jodhpur Central Jail for the past four-and-a half years was on Wednesday convicted by a Jodhpur Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe Court for raping a teenage girl from Shahjahanpur in Uttar Pradesh.
Followers of the self-styled godman Asaram have been asked to engage in prayers ahead of the court verdict in the alleged rape case of a 16-year-old girl. The Jodhpur SC/ST Court is expected to deliver its verdict in the rape case against the self-styled godman on Wednesday.
The massive outcry following Kati and Unnao rape cases doesn't seem to have served as deterrent to the rapists living in our country. In another brutal incident, a class 11 student was gang raped for hours inside a moving car least week.
The nation is celebrating its National Panchayati Raj Day today coordinated by Ministry of Panchayati Raj. The observance is held every year on 24 April since 2010 to optimise participation in the development process.
In match number 23 of VIVO IPL 2018, the Mumbai Indians will play against Sunrisers Hydrabad at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Tuesday. They come face to face for the second time in this season of the Indian Premier League.
The UN agencies celebrated the World Earth Day on April 22 and urged the world community to live up to 'a collective responsibility to promote harmony with nature and the Earth to achieve a just balance among the economic, social and environmental needs of present and future generations of humanity'.
Taking a leaf out of India's book, when in 1998, India, after testing its nuclear device, and satisfied that in does not need more tests, since more tests could be carried out in labs, had declared a moratorium on all nuclear tests, North Korea has now done the same.
The Supreme Court of India has sought the Centre's response to the latest plea filed by hotelier Keshav Suri challenging the criminalisation of gay sex between two consenting adults within a week, said media reports.
The Citizenship (amendment) Bill, which aims at to grant citizenship to foreign citizens who came to India till 2014 facing religious persecutions in their respective native lands like Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan, has been creating furore in Assam after the public hearing of the Joint Parliamentary committee at New Delhi on April 17.
The teacher development and education is under fire with mushrooming of private colleges of education and redundancy of two-year course B.Ed. after graduation. Now, it is being proposed that four-year integrated courses should be run after senior secondary so that the students join the courses with a clear motive of becoming teachers.
In a shocking and inhuman case of homicide, a 17-year-old man has been accused of murdering his two-month-old son because he suspected his wife of having an extra marital affair and that the child was born out of that affair.
On 12 January this year, when four senior judges of the Supreme Court under the leadership of Justice Chelameswar, mutinied against the Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra, holding a press conference and washing their dirty linen in public, instead of solving their problem within the confines of closed doors, these judges, would not have thought even in their dreams that how Indian netas led by the Congress with seven opposition parties joining in, will exploit this opening.