Chandigarh

  • Youth Allegedly Burnt To Death By Family Of 'Lover' In Punjab
    A man who succumbed to his burn injuries at a hospital, alleged in his dying declaration that he was kidnapped, beaten badly and then set on fire by his "lover's" family even as they claimed that he set himself ablaze outside their house in Punjab's Phagwara town.
  • 10-Year-Old Rape Survivor Delivers Baby Girl, But Doesn't Know It
    A 10-year-old in Chandigarh who was refused permission to abort despite being raped, allegedly by an uncle, delivered a baby girl this morning.
  • Sketch Of Suspect In Chandigarh School Girl's Rape Released
    Police today released the sketch of the suspect who allegedly kidnapped and raped a 12-year-old girl in Chandigarh on Tuesday. The Class 8 student was on her way to school to celebrate Independence Day. She had taken a a short-cut to school through the children's traffic park in Chandigarh's Sector 23 when a man allegedly stopped her, pulled her aside and raped her.
  • Chandigarh Girl, 12, Raped On Way To School For Independence Day Event
    A 12-year-old girl on her way to school to celebrate Independence Day was kidnapped and raped in Chandigarh on Tuesday morning
  • Haryana BJP Chief's Son Sent To Judicial Custody In Chandigarh Stalking Case
    Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala's son Vikas and his friend Ashish Kumar were today sent to the judicial custody till August 25 by a court in Chandigarh in the alleged stalking and attempted abduction case of a 29-year-old woman.
  • Haryana BJP Chief's Son Admits To Chasing Chandigarh Woman, Say Sources
    Vikas Barala, the 23-year-old son of a top BJP politician in Haryana, has admitted during his questioning that he was following the car of Varnika Kundu on Friday night, sources said today.
  • Vikas Barala, Son Of Haryana BJP Chief, Arrested; Cops Cite CCTV Footage
    Vikas Barala, the son of Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala, was arrested on Wednesday after being charged with trying to kidnap a woman he had stalked and followed on the streets of Chandigarh last week. After interrogating him for nearly three hours, the police said it has evidence and witnesses against the 23-year-old law student, who had earlier been let off on bail but now faces up to seven years in jail.
  • In Chandigarh Stalking, BJP Leader Says Not Pressuring Cops To Help Son
    BJP leader Subhash Barala, whose son is accused of stalking a woman and chasing her on the streets of Chandigarh, said today that complainant Varnika Kundu, "is like my daughter", and denied any attempts to influence the investigation.
  • In Chandigarh Stalking, Chase By BJP Leader's Son On CCTV, Say Cops: 10 Facts
    CCTV footage of a white SUV racing behind Chandigarh DJ Varnika Kundu's black car confirms her account of being chased on the streets of Chandigarh and terrorized allegedly by the Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala's son. Police sources say the chase is recorded on CCTV cameras on the route and the footage establishes active pursuit. 23-year-old Vikas Barala and his friend are accused by Varnika Kundu, the daughter of a Haryana bureaucrat, of stalking and trying to kidnap her. The police have rejected speculation that it is under pressure to engineer a cover-up for the BJP, which rules Haryana. A senior woman officer is likely to be given charge of the investigation.
  • On Chandigarh Stalking, Police Say CCTV Footage Retrieved: 10 Points
    Two days after a woman was chased on the streets of Chandigarh, tailgated and almost kidnapped allegedly by the Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala's son, the party has dismissed calls for the veteran's sacking. 23-year-old Vikas Barala and his friend are accused by Varnika Kundu, the daughter of a Haryana bureaucrat, of stalking and terrorizing her in a harrowing account posted on Facebook. The two were out on bail within hours of their arrest because the charges against them were bailable. Chandigarh police say they have retrieved footage from five CCTV cameras that captured the chase, rebutting Congress claims that five of the seven cameras on the route were missing.
  • After Stalked Woman's Viral Post, Rahul Gandhi's Jab at BJP: 10 Points
    A day after a young woman accused the son of Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala of stalking and attempting to abduct her, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar spoke up, saying the issue had nothing to do with the leader. It is an individual issue and law will take its own course," he said. Vikas Barala, 23, and his friend had allegedly chased the 29-year-old woman through the streets of Chandigarh on Friday night. The two were arrested and then released on bail.
  • After Attempted Abduction of Daughter, Haryana Bureaucrat Speaks Up
    The father of the 29-year-old woman who was chased through the streets of Chandigarh on Friday night -- allegedly by the son of a senior BJP leader and his friend - says the political link of the family of the accused makes the situation "complicated", but they would not backtrack in the battle for justice.
  • 'Lucky, Wasn't Raped': Woman Stalked Allegedly By Haryana BJP Chief's Son
    On Friday night, a young woman drove furiously through the streets of Chandigarh as two men allegedly chased her in their white Tata Safari SUV. They allegedly swerved their SUV "just enough to scare me that it might hit me". They allegedly blocked her way twice, forcing her to stop, but she managed to escape. As she called the police, she kept driving.
  • Delhi To Chandigarh In 2 Hours With New Train, Help From France
    The Delhi-Chandigarh corridor, one of the busiest routes in north India, is slated to be first semi-high speed project being taken up by the state-owned transporter to run trains at maximum speeds of 200 kmph with French help.
  • 3 Dolls From Philippines Put Up At International Dolls Museum In Chandigarh
    Ambassador of the Republic of the Philippines Maria Teresita C Daza today visited International Dolls Museum here and handed over three dolls of her own country to the museum.

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