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Police dog's evidence can be additional proof: High Court
Mumbai: Holding that a tracking dog's evidence cannot be dismissed when there are other supporting pieces of evidence, the Bombay High Court has upheld the conviction of a man for rape and murder of a young girl. A Division Bench of ...
Two women held
PUDUCHERRY: An alert autorickshaw driver helped the police arrest two women and recover a sum of Rs. 12 lakh, which they had stolen from a retired constable, on Thursday. Senior Superintendent of Police (Law and Order) Atul Katiyar told ...
AMU Court meeting ‘patently illegal': Teachers' association
Aligarh: A teachers' association of Aligarh Muslim University here has described as “patently illegal” an upcoming meeting of the varsity Court which is to elect the university's next Chancellor, Pro-Chancellor and ...
29 injured in Gurgaon hotel fire
Gurgaon: At least 29 people suffered burns when a portion of a three-star hotel here caught fire on Friday following leakage of cooking gas from its kitchen. Police said all the injured were hotel employees. The victims were rushed ...
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