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2 Held For Involvement In Murder Of Women In South Delhi
With the arrest of two persons, police claimed to have cracked the cases of brutal murder of two women roommates in Munirka of south Delhi and rejected the reports that a 'serial killer' is on the prowl. Of the four accused in the case one is the husband of one of the victims. The Bodies of two women were found in Vasant Vihar and Munirka areas of the national capital on November 18 and 25 respectively.
Sex, money and jealousy: Tattoos unlock mystery of spa murders in Delhi
Two little tattoos helped Delhi Police piece together a double murder after hacked-up bodies of two masseuses from a Munirka spa were found days apart last month. The killers were afraid that the victim's roommate Nayesha, who's from Nepal, could talk to the police about Sushma. The victims apparently deposited some money with one of the alleged perpetrators who was refusing to return it. During a search of the deceased's rented room, police had not unearthed any clues like blood stains there, Upadhyay said.
Jaya's niece hints at political debut, trains guns at Sasikalaa
Hours after AIADMK ministers urged Sasikalaa to take over the reins of the party on Saturday, former chief minister J Jayalalithaa 's niece said the move was very unfortunate. Deepa Jayakumar, daughter of Jayalalithaa's brother Jayakumar, said the move could lead to resentment. The people are definitely not going to encourage this, she told TOI. Rejecting claims that Jayalalithaa had named Sasikalaa or one of her relatives as her successor, she said, My aunt rather kept them out of the political arena.
Sheila Dikshit says she will be happy to make way for Priyanka Gandhi in UP elections
Spelling out her loyalty to 10 Janpath strongly as ever, Congress UP chief ministerial candidate Sheila Dikshit said, I would step down in the UP elections if Priyanka Gandhi is the candidate. With this, the three-term chief minister of Delhi hinted that Priyanka may be in consideration for the top job too. Discussing about Priyanka, Diksht told Mail Today in an exclusive interview, I would love to step aside if Priyanka Gandhi contests the elections.
IGDTU girls team takes on gender biases, heads to Singapore to showcase fuel-efficient car
An 'all-girls' team of 20 mechanical engineering students from the Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University (IGDTU) is all set to fly off to Singapore. They will be showcasing their uniquely-designed 'fuel-efficient' car as part of the Shell Eco-Marathon Asia (SEM) competition in March 2017. ' It is expected to provide a mileage of 300 kmpl and maximum speed of 55 kmph, the girls informed.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan Says Several Killed In Twin Bombings
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said there were several fatal casualties in the twin bomb attacks that rocked the heart of Istanbul on Saturday. An act of terror targeted our security forces and citizens at Besiktas tonight, Erdogan said. Erdogan said the blasts shortly after the end of the match sought to cause maximum loss of life. We have witnessed once more here in Istanbul the ugly face of terror which tramples down any form of value and morals, he said.
Record number of judges appointed to high courts in this year, but it's not enough
At the receiving end from the Supreme Court for sitting over recommendations for appointment of judges to high courts, the Centre said on Saturday that it had appointed 126 HC judges this year, the highest in the last 25 years. The president appointed six more judges last week - five to the Patna HC and one to the Punjab and Haryana HC - to surpass the record of 121 judges appointed by UPA government in 2013.
Damage control: BJP lawmakers to clear demonetisation confusion in under-informed rural India
We only need to tell them that there are hardships on the way as a revolution takes place, said Naidu. Party insiders say that senior leaders now think that such people should have been informed of immediate remedial measures. Instead, a lot of information remained limited to press meets and leaders in TV studios in the New Delhi circuit. A revolution like this against a system that has penetrated our minds and lives for 70-odd years cannot deliver instant results, the union minister said.
Four arrested for printing fake currency, including newly introduced Rs 2,000 notes
Four members of a gang were arrested in Sangrur on Saturday on charge of printing Fake Indian Currency Notes and conspiring to circulate the counterfeit notes including newly introduced Rs 2,000 notes. The Sangrur police Saturday busted the gang and recovered fake notes worth Rs 4.15 lakh. The rest of the money was in fake Rs 100 notes. According to the police, the accused had been printing printing fake Rs 100 notes and duping people for the past three months.
Haryana: Gita mahotsav ends with 'global' chanting of verses
With the International Gita Mahotsav concluding Saturday, global chanting of verses from Shrimad Bhagvad Gita was done simultaneously in Brahamsarover in Kurukshetra and 25 other countries from 6 pm to 6.15 pm. Rajnath Singh, while describing Bhagwad Gita as the essence of life, said that only messages from Gita could rid the world of problems that the humanity faces today. Speaking at the occasion, Khattar said that Gita Jayanti is celebrated every year in Kurukshetra.
29 dead, 166 wounded in Istanbul bombings
Twenty-nine people were killed, mainly police officers, and 166 wounded in double bombings that struck Istanbul Saturday after a home football match hosted by top side Besiktas, Turkish interior minister Suleyman Soylu said. Twenty-seven of those killed were police and two were civilians, he told reporters in Istanbul, adding that 10 suspects had already been detained over the bombing. The car bomb outside the stadium at Besiktas targeted a police bus, Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said initially.
'Pendency of legal cases prevent 90 per cent of people from getting justice'
Expressing concern over the pendency of cases resulting in huge delays and denial of justice, Supreme Court judge Justice A M Khanwilkar Saturday said that at least 90 per cent people give up their claim to the justice. He added that there was only 10 to 15 per cent citizens who have an access to the justice system in India.

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