Indrani Mukherjea, who has testified that jail officials beat a woman prisoner to death last week in Mumbai and attacked other inmates including her, does have injuries on her arms and legs, a medical examination has confirmed.
A study has found faulty road signs may be behind traffic violations and accidents. The study was conducted on 14 major roads in the national capital spanning some 85 kilometres by the Delhi-based Institute of Road Traffic Education or IRTE.
Indrani Mukerjea told a Mumbai court this morning that along with other prisoners, she watched jail officials drag a woman using the saree she had draped around her neck and then assault her. The victim, Manjula Sheyte, died a few hours later, allegedly after being brutalized with a wooden stick.
Written by Maya Sharma | Wednesday June 28, 2017, Chikballapur
Days after two Karnataka policemen earned widespread applause for halting President Pranab Mukherjee's convoy to allow an ambulance to pass in Bengaluru, a similar situation in nearby Chikkaballapura on Tuesday played out a little differently.
Union Minister Vijay Goel has requested Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal to review the allotment policy of the Delhi Development Authority, whereby people residing in the national capital would be given reservation in schemes.