Do not expect any compensation for theft or burglary of valuables in safe deposit boxes of public sector banks as the locker hiring agreement absolves them of all liability
Daily Archive: June 25, 2017
The BJP has started preparations for possible assembly bypolls on 21 seats after the Election Commission (EC)said it would continue to hear the plea against 21 AAP MLAs for holding an office of profit, which could lead to their disqualification.
Delhi L-G Anil Baijal has asked the principal secretary of vigilance to take "action as per rules", in a plea seeking prosecution sanction against CM Arvind Kejriwal in an alleged PWD scam. This prompted a sharp response from the AAP, who, while referring to Baijal as a "BJP agent", claimed that he was "misusing his constitutional post".
A man was acquitted of rape charges with a Delhi court saying it was dangerous to convict him only on the basis of the testimony of the woman who waited for months to lodge an FIR. "I am of the view that the prosecution case is not free from suspicion. The testimony of the prosecutrix cannot to be said to be of sterling quality. The things appear to have not happened in the manner they have been projected," Additional Sessions Judge Sanjiv Jain said.
Sources said health minister Satyendra Jain had issued a note a week ago to the Public Works Department asking it to get the house vacated.
Lenovo-owned Motorola hasn’t announced the exact release date of its latest handset Moto E4 Plus in India but its launch is imminent as the company has teased the arrival of a handset with a powerful battery and this device happens to house a 5,000mAh battery with 10W rapid charger.
Sex racket running under garb of salon busted; 10 sex workers held
A prostitution racket, which was being run under the garb of a salon and spa in Delhi’s Rohini was busted on Thursday by the Delhi Police.
Two men, who ran the flesh trade and 10 female sex workers were arrested by a team from Rohini North police station after a raid conducted at Grace Unisex Thai Salon and Spa in Sector 7, Rohini.
The arrested operators of the racket were identified as Manjeet Singh and Sandeep. The 10 arrested sex workers were aged between 21 and 26 years. One of them was a trained beautician and her job was to trick customers, who visited the salon for hair cut or spa, into using their “other services” that included sexual pleasures, said police.
According to Rishipal, deputy commissioner of police (Rohini), the trade was being run from a commercial space for which the racketeers paid Rs 44,000 a month, almost double the standard rent amount in the area.
The DCP said Rohini North police received a tip-off about flesh trade being run under the garb of the salon. “We sent our constable along with the informer to the salon as decoys. The female manager lured them and asked to per Rs 2,000 per person for sexual pleasures,” Rishipal said.
After the deal was finalised and the payment was made, the decoys alerted the raiding team waiting outside the salon in plain clothes. The arrests followed.
“During interrogation, the two men revealed that they were running the sex racket from the premises for the last two months,” said the DCP.
The two also revealed that of the Rs 2,000 they used to charge from each customer, Rs 1,000 was given to the sex worker as her commission. The arrested women told police that they were willingly involved in the prostitution racket for quick money, said a police officer.