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24 April 2018 Current Events Teenager gang-raped in moving car in Greater Noida

A class 11 student was gang-raped in a moving car after one of her classmates and his friends offered her a lift back home in Greater Noida. The boys forced the girl to have drinks mixed with drugs and then gang-raped her. After a few hours, the three boys dropped her off on the roadside. So far, two boys have been arrested  in the case.


Convict in 1998 blasts re-arrested after his "Eliminate PM Modi" audio goes viral

Mohammed Rafiq, a convict in the 1998 bomb blast case, has been arrested by the Coimbatore Police after his telephonic conversation in which he was planning to kill PM Modi with a transport contractor, Prakash, went viral on social media. He has already completed his jail term in the 1998 blast case. The  Coimbatore Police has formed special teams to investigate the matter. 


National Lok Adalat in Mathura settles more than 4,000 cases in single day

National Lok Adalat has settled more than 4,000 cases in one day in the District Court Mathura. The court settled 3,025 cases and realized Rs.98,30,329 as decree amount for 18 execution cases. The compensation worth Rs.7,50,000 was provided in relation to 21 behavioural cases and one motor accident case. The court also passed order for compensation claims of Rs.1,42,95,000 to aggrieved parties in 27 motor accident claim cases.


Teenager gang-raped in moving car in Greater Noida

A class 11 student was gang-raped in a moving car after one of her classmates and his friends offered her a lift back home in Greater Noida. The boys forced the girl to have drinks mixed with drugs and then gang-raped her. After a few hours, the three boys dropped her off on the roadside. So far, two boys have been arrested  in the case.

Convict in 1998 blasts re-arrested after his "Eliminate PM Modi" audio goes viral

Mohammed Rafiq, a convict in the 1998 bomb blast case, has been arrested by the Coimbatore Police after his telephonic conversation in which he was planning to kill PM Modi with a transport contractor, Prakash, went viral on social media. He has already completed his jail term in the 1998 blast case. The  Coimbatore Police has formed special teams to investigate the matter. 

National Lok Adalat in Mathura settles more than 4,000 cases in single day

National Lok Adalat has settled more than 4,000 cases in one day in the District Court Mathura. The court settled 3,025 cases and realized Rs.98,30,329 as decree amount for 18 execution cases. The compensation worth Rs.7,50,000 was provided in relation to 21 behavioural cases and one motor accident case. The court also passed order for compensation claims of Rs.1,42,95,000 to aggrieved parties in 27 motor accident claim cases.




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