Bengaluru Woman Shot Husband Thrice In Car, Chased Him As He Got Into Bus

Police say the woman has confessed she shot her husband as he had hit her.

Written by Maya Sharma | Updated: May 05, 2017 23:50 IST

Police say the woman will be charged with attempt to murder

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The husband is in the hospital, fighting for his life, police said

The incident took place a few kilometres before Electronics City

The couple’s relatives indicated that they had long-standing issues

Bengaluru: There was high drama at the crowded Hosur Road on the outskirts of Bengaluru on Friday evening, with a woman allegedly shooting her husband three times in a car, apparently after a fight. The man is in hospital, fighting for his life, police said.

The couple was returning from Hosur in Tamil Nadu in a Fortuner SUV. They stopped near Anekal for a late lunch and are suspected to have consumed alcohol, police sources said.

A few kilometres before Electronics City, as they were approaching Bengaluru, a fight seemingly erupted between the two. 48-year-old Hamsa then shot her 53-year-year old husband, Sairam, police said.

Sairam, who was driving the SUV, despite being shot, got out of the car and boarded a Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation bus in a bid to escape.

However, Hamsa then got behind the wheel of the Fortuner, overtook the bus and blocked it by stopping in front. She then climbed into the bus and attempted to strike Sairam again, police said. She was stopped by the passengers onboard the bus who then called the police.

Police said the couple’s relatives have indicated that they had long-standing issues and were not living together.

The woman, who is also in hospital for medical examinations, will be charged with attempt to murder, police said, adding she has confessed to shooting her husband after he hit her.

Police said she runs a security agency, in which her husband also used to work.

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90000 #male #suicide per year. Sadly #daughters are #joining. Horror from Pune !

Father-daughter found in flat, days after suicide pact

Police find decomposing bodies after neighbours complain of foul odour emanating from apartment\
“….“Patil (deceased) has mentioned about the frustration that he was going through due to the disputes between him and his wife. His wife had filed a case of domestic violence against him. We are now analysing further details mentioned in the suicide note,” Govekar added….”
Panic spread in Pisoli near Kondhwa when some residents called the cops about foul odour emanating from a flat. Police found decomposed bodies of a man and his daughter at the flat. The man, a PhD holder, had left a suicide note that mentions a family dispute as the reason he was forced to take the extreme step.

The deceased, identified as Dr Kiran Devendra Patil (65) and his daughter Niyata Kiran Patil (17), lived by themselves in the apartment. Due to a family dispute, Kiran’s wife had not been living with them. The father-daughter had been residing on the first floor of the Kingston Elysia residential complex. According to police, Patil was working as a software consultant and Niyata was pursuing her studies through distant learning and recently shifted to the society.

Neighbours contacted the police around 11am, complaining about the foul smell coming from the apartment. One of the neighbours, who did not wish to be named, told Pune Mirror, “There was a bad smell for the past couple of days that a lot of people in the society complained about. However, it was not that strong and we did not suspect that it was coming from the locked flat. On Thursday morning, the odour became so strong that we could easily locate its source from the flat and were forced to approach the cops.”

Senior inspector Satish Govekar of Kondhwa police station, who visited the spot, told Pune Mirror, “When we opened the door, we found bodies of the father-daughter duo in a sitting position on two different chairs. Both the bodies were in a decomposed state, which is the reason the foul smell had spread all over the society. Looking at the condition of the bodies we suspect that the two people might have committed suicide five to six days back.”

According to nearby residents, the father and daughter didn’t interactive much with other people. One of the residents of the complex said, “They had shifted to the place recently and therefore they hadn’t communicated with other residents that much. Since they were not keeping in touch with the neighbours, nobody even noticed that they had not been seen for the past few days.”

When police carried out a thorough search of the house, they found an almost eight to ten pages long suicide note. “Patil has mentioned about the frustration that he was going through due to the disputes between him and his wife. His wife had filed a case of domestic violence against him. We are now analysing further details mentioned in the suicide note,” Govekar added.

Cops said that the Patil family originally hails from Thane. “The father and daughter were earlier staying in Thane and had shifted to Pune about eight to nine months back. Patil’s wife had not been living with them since 2007. We have now managed to establish contact with their relatives in Mumbai who will be coming to Pune. Once they are here, we will be able to get more details about the deceased.” Meanwhile police have sent both the bodies for postmortem to ascertain the cause of death.

Telengana gummint 2 give single women pension. Can we use this to reduce maintenance alimony ?

Telangana: Single women with income below Rs 2 lakh to get pension

Telangana: Single women with income below Rs 2 lakh to get pension
The TS government has issued guidelines for the implementation of the ‘financial assistance to single women’ scheme. (Representational image)
The TS government has issued guidelines for the implementation of the ‘financial assistance to single women’ scheme. (Representational image)
Hyderabad: The TS government has issued guidelines for the implementation of the ‘financial assistance to single women’ scheme. To get pension under this ‘financial assistance to single women’ scheme, the beneficiary should have an an-nual income of less than Rs 1.5 lakh in rural areas and Rs 2 lakh in urban areas. Also, the beneficiary should not be covered under any other social security pension scheme.

Under this scheme, the beneficiaries will get Rs 1,000 per month. In their guidelines, the government said ‘single women’ referred to married women above the age of 18 who had been separated from their husbands or whose husbands had deserted them. Also, the separation period needed to be more than one year among unmarried single women who were above 30 years of age in rural areas and above 35 years of age in urban areas.

For those separation periods where documents were not available, these details could be ascertained by the local tahsildar after due inquiries. The beneficiaries so identified, ought to belong to a household with annual income of less than Rs 1.5 lakh in rural areas and Rs 2 lakhs in urban areas. Also, the beneficiary should not be covered under any other social security pension scheme or should not be a pensioner under any public or private sector organisation. Women who belong to these categories but are above 65 years of age, shall be covered under the old-age pension Aasara scheme. In case the beneficiary remarries or gets permanent employment or economic stability after the sanction of financial assistance, the benefit shall be discontinued after ascertaining the status. This shall be done every three months by Mandal Pari-shad Development Officers (MPDOs) in rural are-as, Municipal commissioners in urban local bodies, Deputy Commissioners in GHMC other than Hydera-bad district and tahsildars in Hyderabad district.

The panchayat secretary in the rural areas, bill collector in urban local bodies and village revenue officer in GHMC area shall receive applications and shall be entrusted with the task of verifying the applications. Gram sabha will be conducted by the tahsildar for identification of the eligible beneficiaries, in GHMC area, ward sab-ha will be conducted in the slums by the tahasidars/ deputy collectors with the help of municipal staff.

In other urban local bodies municipal commissioners will conduct the ward sabha. In GHMC limits of Hyderabad, Rangareddy, Sangareddy and Medchal- Malkajgiri districts, the district collectors shall take the assistance of municipal authorities for identification of beneficiaries. The state government said 10 per cent ‘super checks’ shall be conducted by the special officers appointed by the district collector and any wrongful identification and certification of beneficiaries shall bring about severe disciplinary action against the violators.

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/030517/telangana-single-women-with-income-below-rs-2-lakh-to-get-pension.html

Professor calls Judges corrupt, slapped 3 month jail. His wife claims he’s mentally Unsound, so SC orders medicals !!!

#Karnan.J Model Again? SC Orders Psychiatric Examination Of Contemnor On Wife’s Plea, Stays His Arrest

Wife of a Professor facing arrest for contempt approached SC saying he is mentally unfit and SC directs ‘board of doctors’ to conduct psychiatric evaluation.

Just two days after the 7 judge Bench of Supreme Court ordered psychiatric examination of Justice Karnan, wife of a Professor who was sentenced to three months imprisonment by Madhya Pradesh High Court for contempt, approached the Apex court contending that her husband is not in a fit and stable state of mind and is not in a position to understand the effect and consequences of the order passed by the High Court.

The Supreme Court bench, taking into account her submissions, has stayed the arrest of Dr.Lavit Rawtani, the contemnor, while directing `board of doctors’ to conduct a psychiatric evaluation and submit a report before 26th June.

The Bench headed by the Chief Justice of India, perusing the documents produced along with the petition, observed: “A number of writings of Dr.Lavit Rawtani have been produced before us to demonstrate, that Dr.Lavit Rawtani is not in a fit state of mind.”

Dr.Lavit Rawtani cannot be subjected to the punishment inflicted upon him, namely, to suffer a sentence of three months, in case he is found not mentally fit to understand the implications of his actions, the Bench said.

Dr. Rawtani, a professor in Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, had filed a PIL before the Madhya Pradesh High Court alleging that there had been rampant corruption in making appointment in MANIT in the year 2005 and that issue should be taken up and appropriate enquiry and direction be issued. The said writ petition was dismissed on technical grounds. Instead of curing the defects or restoring the petition, the professor sent a speed post to the Court in which he said that the Judges who had passed the orders were possibly corrupt. The High Court suo motu initiated contempt proceedings against the professor.

While imposing three months imprisonment as punishment for contempt, the High Court had observed: “To our mind making such an unjustified statement and casting scurrilous aspersions against thoroughly honest and hardworking Judges who have discharged their judicial functions with utmost devotion results in casting a deep shadow on their integrity, honesty and judicial impartiality which if unpunished or ignored would seriously erode the dignity, authority and status of the highest Court of the State and, therefore, deserves to be punished severely because, if ignored, it would encourage litigants who have lost in the Court to impute unsubstantiated and unjustified motives to the Judges of the institution in the name of fair criticism.”

In Justice Karnan’s case, the Court observed that the press briefing and the orders issued by him indicate that he may not be in a position to defend himself. Therefore we consider in the fitness of matter that he may be medically examined by a medical board of a government hospital.

Read the Order here.

http://www.livelaw.in/karnan-j-model-sc-orders-psychiatric-examination-contemnor-wifes-plea-stays-arrest/#.WQvTWchE-OE.facebook

Honey trap: Cops in UP for other gang members

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May 5, 2017, 01.25 AM IST

NEW DELHI: Two days after arresting a woman for allegedly blackmailing a Lok Sabha MP, a special team of Delhi Police has gone to Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh to arrest other gang members. The woman has also been taken along to trace the members as well as verify her multiple degrees.

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http://m.timesofindia.com/city/delhi/honey-trap-cops-in-up-for-other-gang-members/amp_articleshow/58523529.cms