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Man confessed killing girlfriend on live TV, cops rush & arrested him in mid of interview

In the Chandigarh, a man named Maninder Singh confessed on live TV that he had killed his girlfriend Sarabjit Kaur because he suspected that she was cheating on him with her sister-in-law's husband. Maninder had criminal records and was on bail when the incident took place. Chandigarh police were searching for him and when they came to know about Maninder on being tv channel, they rushed to the office of tv channel and arrested him while he was giving his interview. Src: https://bit.ly/2Rhmmh3


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Delhi HC refuses to stay death warrant against Nirbhaya’s culprits on Jan 22

Delhi government has filed a petition in which they have mentioned that four convicts of Nirbhaya rape and a murdered case cannot be hanged on January 22 as a mercy petition filed by one of the convicts Mukesh Singh is pending. However, the Delhi High Court rejected the plea to put a stay on a death warrant against the culprits. The High Court said that there is nothing wrong with the trial court’s order on the death warrant. The top court further said that the petitioner can approach the trial court. Src: https://bit.ly/38ctfqH

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Flying objects, Nuclear weapon existed from Lord Ram days: WB Guv Jagdeep

West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar said that Aeroplane was invented in 1910 but if we open our old scriptures then we will see that since Ramayana age, we had "udan khatola". And in Mahabharta, it's written that we had arrow of Arjun which had "nuclear power", he added. The Governor was heavily criticised by Bengali scientist Bikash Sinha. He said that guv is losing his mental balance and he should restrain himself from speaking absurd things. Src: https://bit.ly/3aeAyjs

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Court grants bail to 12 protesters involved in violence during CAA protest in Seelampur

Today, Delhi Court has granted bail to Anti-CAA protesters who were allegedly involved in violence and damaging public properties during protest in Delhi's Seelampur area. The Additional Sessions Judge Lalit Kumar granted them bail on giving 15,000 bail bond to authorities. Earlier on 18th Dec, the court ordered to send 11 alleged violent protesters to 14 days of judicial custody. Src: https://bit.ly/36VJCrH

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