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Women inmates allegedly forced to have sex with male convicts in Bangalore Central jail PDF Print E-mail
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16 November 2014

Bengaluru: In shocking revelations emerging from inside the Bangalore Central jail, two letters have surfaced which allege that women inmates at the jail were forced by their jail wardens to have sex with male inmates. In turn the male inmates paid the jailors for this service.

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Macchil fake encounter: life term for 5 Army men PDF Print E-mail
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14 November 2014

The Army on Thursday sentenced five of its personnel, including two officers, to life imprisonment for staging the killing of three Kashmiri civilians in the Macchil area of Kupwara district in 2010 and branding them as foreign militants for rewards and remunerations.

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Triple murder of Dalit family rocks Maharashtra the hindu PDF Print E-mail
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9 November 2014

Three people were murdered and their multilated body parts dispersed on a farm in Mharashtra's Ahmd Nagar district. In what appears to be a case of caste violence, a Dalit family of three was savagely murdered and their mutilated body parts dispersed on a farm in Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar district, around 180 km from Pune.

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Trilokpuri riots may be an attempt to polarise Dalits as Delhi polls seem likely PDF Print E-mail
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8 November 2014

Residents wonder why violence flared up on Saturday, two days after rumours about the desecration of a temporary place of worship began to do the rounds. Almost everyone agrees that rumours about the desecration of a makeshift place of worship erected opposite a mosque in East Delhi were the cause of great tension and minor violence on Diwali day. But residents and the authorities are still puzzled about why fierce rioting erupted two days later, as pitched battles were fought in the narrow lanes of Trilokpuri.
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Killing of 2 Kashmiri boys a mistake, admits Army PDF Print E-mail
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8 November 2014                                                                                                          


SRINAGAR: The Army on Friday admitted that the killing of two youths in Budgam district by its soldiers earlier this week was a "mistake" and a violation of the rules of engagement. The Army said it would complete its inquiry within 10 days and take action against the guilty. The defence ministry offered a compensation of Rs 10 lakh each for the families of the deceased and Rs 5 lakh each to the injured.

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