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Feed sleep pill Join loverboy CUT hubby’s throat &kill. When neighbors ask wife say MEAT cut/accidental blood !! Wife finally caught AFTER husband’s corpse starts rotting / smelling !!!

* Ablaa nari wife finds a loverboy in one of husband’s assistants* Husband finds out tries to stop her
* she doesn’t listen continues relationship
* She gives sleeping pills to hubby, and when he gets drowsy joins loverboy to CUT husb’s throat in a horrible manner and kill him
* Blood dripps all over, and flows to lower house,
* Lower house woman asks about blood
* wife lies that it is blood lost while meat being cut !! … an accident !!!
* Finally wife leaves house and husband’s body starts to rot and smell !!!
* Police are called in and they trace wife
* All this happens in in august 2007
* She is caught
* She is finally convicted in 2013

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Bombay High Court




1] Salma @ Hanifa Ansar Ansari,
Adult, Indian Inhabitant,
Resident of Maharashtra Nagar No.1,
Hut 156, Bandra Mumbai at present
Yerwada Jail.

2] Mohammed Imran Ahmed,
Adult, Indian Inhabitant,
Resident Nargish Datta Nagar, Bandra
[W] Mumbai-400 050 at present
Nashik Jail. **Appellants


The State of Maharashtra, through
Inspector Incharge, Bandra Police Station
To be served through Public Prosecutor,
High Court, Mumbai. **Respondent


Mr. Priytosh Tiwari, Ld. Advocate h/f Shri A.M. Saraogi, Ld.
Advocate for the Appellant,

Shri P.S. Hingorani, Ld. A.P.P. for the Respondent-State.







The appeal is directed against the judgment and order dated 3rd February, 2009 passed by the learned Additional Sessions Judge, Mumbai in Sessions Case No.943 of 2007, convicting the appellants for in furtherence of their common intention committing murder of one Anwar Ahmed Hussain, husband of appellant no.1 on 21st August, 2007, in the house of deceased and appellant no.1, at mezzanine floor of Room No.156, Maharashtra Nagar, Compound No.1 [West] and sentencing each of them to suffer imprisonment for life.

2. According to prosecution, deceased Anwar along with his wife, appellant no.1 and two children were residing at the said mezzanine floor of room no.156 Maharashtra Nagar, Compound No.1, Bandra (W), in which offence in question was committed. He was earning livelihood by hawking and selling spectacles near Bandra Railway Station. The appellant no.2 was assisting in said business and was also visiting the house of the deceased. The said visit turned in love affair in between the appellants. The deceased warned the appellant no.2 not to come to his house. However, the appellants went on meeting each other.

2.1 On the day of incident appellant no.1, from Medical Shop "Doctor’s Chemist" run by PW5 Izaz Abdul Gaffur, purchased sleeping pills, "Restil" and administered it to the deceased. She then called appellant no.2 at her house on the pretendance of deceased being sick.

2.2 At about 7 to 8 p.m. after occuring noise in the house of the deceased, blood mixed with the water drip on the husband of landlady PW 2 Smt. Anwari Begum Isla Uddin, residing beneath the house of deceased on the mezzanine floor. PW2, having not received any response to call given to appellant no.1 from the staircase, asked her neighbour Shamim to find out the happenings. The appellant no.1, in response to call given by Shamim, by partly opening the door of her house, told that while cutting mutton, she sustained injury to finger and blood for injury might have dripped in the house of PW2. The appellant no.1 told that she will be wiping it and cleaning the house of PW2.

2.3 On the next day i.e. on 22nd August, 2007 at about 9 to 9.30 a.m. both the appellants along with the children of deceased and the appellant no.1 came down the mezzanine floor after locking the room and left the house with appellant no.2 carrying a big bag and thereafter did not return.

2.4 On 23rd of August, 2007 late in the night, odour started emitting from said room on mezzanine floor and odorous liquid percolated from the room. The residents in the area informed reported matter to Bandra Police Station. PW14 PSI Kudapkar on PSO duty along with Police Constable PW1 Brid and other police staff went to the said place. PW2 informed them that deceased, appellant no.1 and their children, were residing on the mezzanine floor and odour was emitting from the said room. PW1, after going upstairs found that room was locked. As the neighours and the landlady were not having key of the said lock, they broke open the lock and entered the room and found that decomposed corpse of deceased was lying on a bed-sheet spread on the floor with one black ribbon strangulated tightly round his neck giving an impression that deceased was murdered by strangulating with said ribbon.

2.5 Accordingly, PW1 lodged report Exh.10. PW14 registered Crime No.349/2007 thereon for offence under Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code against unknown person. He drew inquest and scene of offence panchanama Exh.20 and 21 in presence of panch PW7 Mohd. Hassain and another. He seized blood stained knife Article 21, chopper Article 22 and steel hammer Article 24 kept below suit case and so also blood stained salwar Article 20 found in the said room. He sent the corpse for post-mortem to Cooper Hospital at which PW10 Dr. Kachare performed it and prepared the post mortem notes Exh.31. PW10 also sent the viscera to Chemical Analyser of which the report receuved is Exh.33. PW14 also seized a quilt Article 14 and sando baniyan Article 15 stained with the blood and dropped from the loft, produced by landlord of the deceased at the Police Station, by drawing panchanama Exh.18 in presence of panch PW6 Vasim and another. On 25th August, 2007 PW14 seized clothes of the deceased Article 16 and Article 18 and a navy colour underwear brought by Police Constable Salve at the Police Station from the Cooper Hospital, by drawing panchanama Exh.40 in presence of panchas PW7 and one another.

2.6 PW15 PI Sawant investigating the said crime received the clue of commission of the offence by the appellants and sent PW9 API Badgujar and the staff to Mirath (U.P.) for nabbing appellant no.2 hailing from the said place. PW9 arrested the appellants in a one room at Shajah Nagar area of by drawing panchanama Exh.28 at Mirath on 2.9.2007 and brought them to Bombay on 4.9.2007. PW15 on 6.9.2007 sent them to the medical examination.

2.7. According to the prosecution, the appellant no.2 gave the confession to PW11 Dr. Shinde on 6.9.2007 while examining him by giving history that he had killed one Anwar Husain Sibiti Hasan (deceased) on 21.8.2007 at about 8 p.m. and at that time during the incident he sustained injury. Exh.35 is the report accordingly prepared by PW11. According to the prosecution, the appellant no.1 also gave the confession to PW11 Dr. Shinde on 6.9.2007 while examining her by giving history that she killed her husband Anwar Husain with the help of appellant no.2 Mohd. Imran Najir Ansari on 21.8.2007 at about 8 p.m. and at that time during the incident she sustained injuries. Exh.36 is the report accordingly prepared by PW11.

2.8. According to the prosecution PW15 on 7.9.2007 as a sequel to the statement made by appellant no.1 leading to the discovery of the medical shop at which she had purchased sleeping pills, went to the medical shop of PW5 Izaj Gafoor to which appellant no.1 had led panchas and Police and Exh.42 is the memorandum and discovery panchanama of the said events drawn by him.

2.9. According to the prosecution PW15 on the same day as a sequel to the statement made by appellant no.2 leading to the discovery of a bag thrown by him at Banda creek in which he had kept the gunny bag and the clothes by which the appellant no.1 cleaned the blood after throat of deceased was cut by him with the assistance of appellant no.1, went to Bandra flyover to which appellant no.2 had led panchas and Police and seized bag containing the clothes articles 1 to 13 in presence of panch PW3 Rashid Mujawar and another by drawing panchanama Exh.24 and 25. PW15 after bringing the said articles to the Police Station, kept them for drying and thereafter again sealed said clothes by drawing panchanama Exh.26 in presence of same panchas i.e. PW3 Rashid Mujawar and another. PW15 vide forwarding letter Exh.43 sent muddemal articles seized to Chemical Analyser for examination.

2.10. At the conclusion of the investigation, PW15 submitted charge-sheet against the appellants for in further of their common intention having murdered deceased , in the court of 9th court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Bombay.

3. The appellant pleaded not guilty to the charge (Exh.3) framed against them for such offence by the Court of Sessions, after the case was committed to the said Court. The prosecution examined in all ’15’ witnesses at the trial i.e. above referred witnesses and additionally PW4 Haji Mohammaed Sharif regarding appellant no.2 assisting deceased and appellant no.1 in their business, PW8 P.C. Suresh Salve regarding handing over navy blue colour underwear Article 16 and the ribbon Article 18 on the corpse to PW14, PW12 Abida M. Qureshi regarding room in question was locked when Police had been at the said room and PW13 Mohammad A. Mansuri regarding the appellant no.2 visiting shop on 21.8.2007 and taking Rs.500/- from him on the pretext of his mother being sick and then he was frightened and collecting his articles and leaving with the bag. The prosecution also placed reliance upon the other documentary evidence, which was prepared during the course of investigation.

3.1. The defence of both the appellants was that of total denial and of false implication by Police. The appellant no.1 though admitted that deceased was her husband and they were residing on mezzanine floor and appellant no.2 was visiting place of business claimed that he was not visiting her house and was her brother.

The appellants did not examine any witness in support of their defence.

********** rest of the judgement at the link below


DON’T spend taxpayer money on women marriage schemes.That Leads to dowry says WOMEN NGO!! The government thinks it is fulfilling its duties by implementing schemes like the Laadli Lakshmi. Here we are fighting the dowry practice, and the government doles out 1 lakh to girls for their marriage? The scheme promotes the dowry system, which is a major cause for female feticide,” pointed out Sabina Martins of Bailancho Saad.


"The government thinks it is fulfilling its duties by implementing schemes like the Laadli Lakshmi. Here we are fighting the dowry practice, and the government doles out 1 lakh to girls for their marriage? The scheme promotes the dowry system, which is a major cause for female feticide," pointed outSabina Martins of Bailancho Saad……"

NGO discusses gender bias, to submit report to Convention on Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women

TNN | Jul 29, 2013, 01.46 AM IST

PANAJI: Problems faced by women in Goa will soon be deliberated upon by a powerful UN committee created to end gender discrimination across the world. Women’s movement BailanchoSaadon Sunday held a workshop to raise issues on discrimination against women, to be compiled into a report and submitted to the Convention on Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), held in New York once in every four years.

CEDAW is a human rights treaty that has been ratified by 187 countries worldwide. The next convention will be held in 2014.

At the workshop, activists and grassroots-level social workers busted the misconception that Goa, being a literate, welfare state, allowed women to enjoy equal rights as men.

Lecturer Anita Haladi brought up Goa’s skewed sex ratio of 917 girls per 1,000 boys, pointing out that areas with high literacy rates seemed to favour a boy child. "The government thinks it is fulfilling its duties by implementing schemes like the Laadli Lakshmi. Here we are fighting the dowry practice, and the government doles out 1 lakh to girls for their marriage? The scheme promotes the dowry system, which is a major cause for female feticide," pointed outSabina Martins of Bailancho Saad.

Advocate Albertina Almeida highlighted the fact that women are seldom made power of attorney in property-matters. "Also, when a married woman stays with her in-laws, and if she is thrown out of the house, she cannot claim any ownership rights," she pointed out.

Other activists discussed infrastructure issues that make schools and anganwadi centres a hostile environment for the girl child, and the discrimination faced by migrant women. The lack of women-friendly police stations is the cause for poor reporting of domestic violence and other crimes in Goa, they stressed. All these problems will be studied in-depth and included in the ‘alternate’ report presented to the CEDAW next year.


GURGAON: eight live-in relationships end in rape complaints last three months! These Eight are a HUGE percentage of total 37 cases past six months !! in all cases the accused have been arrested (and probably also defamed !!)

It gets knotty when they don’t tie the knot

Sanjay Yadav, TNN Jul 24, 2013, 03.06AM IST

GURGAON: The city is witnessing the emergence of a trend in intimacy with eight live-in relationships ending in rape complaints in the last three months. These eight rape cases are a sizeable percentage of the total 37 cases in the past six months.

Attention has once again been drawn to the security, legality and the apparent misuse of this much-professed institution of convenience. Gurgaon police arrest the accused without fail but a majority of the cases do not fit into the conventional bracket of rape.

When live-in relationships sour, it is usually because the women feel cheated by the fact that the alleged promise of marriage is not kept.

On June 11 a woman, who worked as a software engineer in a Gurgaon-based company, accused her live-in partner of raping her for two and a half years on the pretext of marrying her. The victim was previously married to another man but left him to be with the accused and has a nine-month-old child from the relationship. Sector 40 police lodged an FIR and arrested the accused, who was later sent in judicial custody.

In another case, a 57-year-old CEO of a tour operator company was arrested by city police for allegedly raping his live-in partner. She accused her partner of raping her for six years on the pretext of marriage. The complainant, a 42-year-old owner of a spa-cum-salon in the city, had alleged that the CEO had shown her a fake divorce certificate to lure her. The accused, who was sent in judicial custody, was granted bail after some days.

Unlike in other rape cases, the live-in partners accused of rape are usually out on bail soon.

"In many cases you find that the couples have been living together for almost a decade and one fine day the female partner wakes up and alleges rape. In many cases we do see that it’s a frame-up but our hands are tied," a senior police officer told TOI on condition of anonymity.

When contacted, Alok Mittal, police commissioner, said, "If any complainant comes with a complaint of rape to us, we immediately lodge an FIR and arrest the accused. We present our investigation report in court and the court decides on the veracity of the allegations.

"It may be a new trend in live-in relationships, but on our part, we never delay lodging the FIR and arresting the accused. We do not sit in judgment on the allegation and do not make any subjective observation," the police commissioner said.

There were a couple of recent cases of fatality in live-in relationships that did not fit into the ‘rape’ trend. A Delhi Police inspector of the Special Cell (encounter specialist) and his live-in partner were found shot dead in suspicious circumstances at the woman’s home in Ardee City in May. Earlier, a 24-year-old woman in a live-in relationship in rented accommodation near Sector 44 had committed suicide on April 14 by consuming a poisonous substance.



IF you thought only current gen divorces, think again!! Divorce high among 50-plus!! Variety of reasons lead to growing divorce rate : President of American Library Bar Association, Family Court, Lucknow, Ranjana Dixit, says, “Many couples remain in an unhappy relationship for so many years for the sake of children. But, once the children are settled, people prefer to walk out of the marriage as they know it is time for a better life.”

Divorce high among 50-plus

Priyangi Agarwal, TNN Jul 25, 2013, 01.46AM IST

LUCKNOW: It came as a shock to 58-year-old Sushila when her husband of four decades filed a divorce case in the family court. Her husband, 61-year-old Harish, a retired IASofficer, had never liked Sushila because she was not ‘smart and educated’. Since Harish was having an affair with a much younger woman, he wanted to part ways with his wife.Sushilarealised she had no choice but to get divorced.

Instances of older couples, married for many years, heading for divorce are not unusual in the present day. Lawyers practising in the family court say the trend of divorce among couples aged 50 years or above in the city is on the rise. In 2012, nearly 1,500 cases of divorce were filed in the family court of the city. As per the records, around 40% of the total cases were of older couples. In year 2000, only one or two couples to get divorced were aged 50 years or above.

As per the lawyers of the family court, in most of the instances of elderly getting divorced, husband initiates for divorce and often, he has an extra-marital affair. "Usually, at old age, men have both money and free time. They no longer feel old and believe they have a long life ahead them. On the other hand, divorce comes as a great shock to the women who feel physically, emotionally, financially and mentally weak. After spending so much on a relationship, they think that they are left with nothing," says Shalini Mathur, who runs a family counseling centre in the city.

Citing reasons for surge in old-age divorce, Mathur adds, "Earlier, in cases of mismatched marriages, husband used to leave his wife without a legal separation and go for second marriage. Without raising any objection, the first wife used to spend her entire life in another house or city. Now, couples opt for divorce."

President of American Library Bar Association, Family Court, Lucknow, Ranjana Dixit, says, "Many couples remain in an unhappy relationship for so many years for the sake of children. But, once the children are settled, people prefer to walk out of the marriage as they know it is time for a better life."

One such couple is Ajay (52), a private executive, who recently divorced his wife. He says, "Though we were married, I realised that I was alone in the marriage as our interests, principles and expectations from life were completely different. When I came to know that she was cheating on me, I decided to end the relationship." He adds that post-divorce he is living a much happier life.

In some cases, however, it is children who initiate divorce among parents. For example, Rajesh, a senior government employee, used to physically abuse his wife, Radha, a homemaker everyday under the influence of alcohol. Tired of her father’s behaviour, 25-year-old Monica, after completing her MBA, asked her mother to get out of the marriage. With Monica’s support, Radha divorced Rajesh. "As women with abusive husbands do not want to go back to their paternal homes, they used to stay with the husband. But after settling down, children assure their mothers that they will take care. For such women, divorce in old age is a form of liberation," said Mathur.

(Names have been changed on request).


Dowry case against AIADMK, councilor, son, daughter/ வரதட்சணை:அ.தி.மு.க., கவு ன்சிலர் மகன், மகள் மீது வழக்கு பதிவு

Dowry case against AIADMK councilor, her son & daughter on complaint filed by daughter in law

Aruppukkottai : Tamil Nadu

Sultania, an AIADMK (current ruling party) councilor is from Kattuppavaa, south street, Aruppukottai. Her son Abdul Rhman got married to Jasmin banu, daughter of Muhammed Ali Jinnah, residing at Muslim North Street, in 2008

dowry of 32 sovereigns gold, 1 lakh money and other gifts were given

Jasmin Banu had complained that there were further dowry demands and that she has been driven out of her house

Based on Jasmin’s complaint Arupukkotai, All woman police have registered a case on the councilor , her son Abdul Rhman and daughter Ayisha and are conducting inquiries


source and Tamil news below

அருப்புக்கோட்டை:அருப்புக்கோட்டை காட்டுபாவா தெற்கு தெருவை சேர்ந்த 6 வது வார்டு அ.தி.மு.க., பெண் கவுன்சிலர் சுல்தானியா. இவரது மகன் அப்துல்ரகுமான், 29, க்கும், முஸ்லீம் வடக்கு தெருவை சேர்ந்த முகமது அலி ஜின்னா மகள் ஜாஸ்மின் பானு, 26, விற்கும் கடந்த 2008 ல் திருமணம் நடந்தது.

வரதட்சணையாக 32 பவுன் நகை, 1 லட்சம் பணம் மற்றும் 1 லட்சத்திற்கு மேலான சீர்வரிசைகள் செய்தனர்.

மேலும், நகை பணம் கேட்டு கொடுமைப்படுத்தி வீட்டை விட்டு விரட்டி விட்டதாக, ஜாஸ்மின் பானு அருப்புக்கோட்டை மகளிர் போலீஸ் ஸ்டேஷனில், மாமியார் கவுன்சிலர் சுல்தானியா, கணவர், நாத்தனார் ஆயிசா ஆகியோர் மீது புகார் கொடுத்தார். போலீசார் மூவர் மீது வழக்கு பதிவு செய்து விசாரிக்கின்றனர்.