Sunday, June 30, 2013

Husband murders wife involved in illicit relations; gruesome incident at Tamil Nadu; Wife alleged to have had relationship with brother in law (husband's brother) ; கள்ளக்காதலில் ஈடுபட்ட இளம் பெண் கொலை : கணவன் கைது

Brief notes in English followed by news in Tamil

Devadanappatti, Teni district, Tamil Nadu

Nithya belongs to Erumalainayakanpatti , near PeriyakuLam, Tamil Nadu . She was married to one Rajapandi of EzuvaNappati. They have three children aged 4, 3, and 1.5 years old . They were living as a family in erumalainaiyakanpatti. RajapaNdi *husband) was working on drilling borewells in various places outside his home village and so had to travel often. There were lots of quarrels between the couple about the wife's illicit relations when the husband was not in town . It was alleged the Nithya was having illicit relations with one of RajapaNdi's brothers. She was originally supposed to be married to RajapaNdi's brother but since the horoscope match was not proper she got married to RajapaNdi ... but she continued her illicit relationships. The family tried to shift their house to the father in law's place, but nothing changed according to the husband. Finally loosing his temper the husband strangulated the wife and tried telling people that she committed suicide. Based on a complaint by the wife's mother police arrested the husband and he has admitted to the crime in "police inquiry"


கள்ளக்காதலில் ஈடுபட்ட இளம் பெண் கொலை : கணவன் கைது



தேனி மாவட்டம்,எருமலைநாயக்கன் பட்டியில் கள்ளக்காதலில் ஈடுபட்ட மனைவியை கொலை செய்த கணவனை போலீசார் கைது செய்தனர்.

பெரியகுளம் அருகே எருமலைநாயக்கன்பட்டியை சேர்ந்தவர் நித்யா,25. இவருக்கும், திண்டுக்கல் மாவட்டம், எழுவனம்பட்டியைச் சேர்ந்த ராஜபாண்டி,28, என்பவருக்கும்,ஐந்து ஆண்டுகளுக்கு முன் திருமணம் நடந்தது. இவர்களுக்கு சரவணபாண்டி,4, லோகேஸ்வரன்,3, மற்றும் ஒன்றரை வயதில் ஒரு பெண் குழந்தையும் உள்ளது. குடும்பத்துடன் எருமலைநாயக்கன்பட்டியில் வசிந்து வந்தனர்.

ராஜபாண்டி போர்வெல் வண்டியில் வேலை செய்ததால், வெளி மாநிலங்களுக்கு வேலைக்கு சென்று வந்துள்ளார். மனைவியின் நடத்தையில் சந்தேகம் அடைந்த ராஜபாண்டி, அடிக்கடி சண்டை போட்டுள்ளார்.

சொந்த ஊரான எழுவனம்பட்டியில் இருந்து, 6 மாதங்களுக்கு முன், மாமனாரின் ஊரான எருமலைநாயக்கன்பட்டிக்கு குடிவந்தனர். இங்கு வந்த பிறகும், ராஜபாண்டிக்கு மனைவி மீதான சந்தேகம் குறையவில்லை.

இந்நிலையில், நேற்று முன்தினம் இரவு சேலையால் கழுத்தை இறுக்கி நித்யாவை கொலை செய்த ராஜபாண்டி,அவர் தூக்கிட்டு தற்கொலை செய்து கொண்டதாக நாடகமாடினார்.மகள் சாவில் சந்தேகம் இருப்பதாக, நித்யாவின் அம்மா முத்துமணி ஜெயமங்கலம் போலீசில் புகார் செய்தார்.

இன்ஸ்பெக்டர் முத்துக்குமார் வழக்கு பதிவு செய்து ராஜபாண்டியை கைது செய்தார். அப்போது மனைவியை கொலை செய்ததை அவர் ஒப்புக்கொண்டார்.

அவரது வாக்குமூலம்:

நித்யாவை அண்ணன் தங்கப்பாண்டிக்கு திருமணம் செய்ய முதலில் ஜாதகம் பார்த்தோம். அவருக்கு பொருத்தம் இல்லாததால், எனக்கும், நித்யாவிற்கும் திருமணம் நடந்தது. அண்ணன் தங்கப்பாண்டியுடன் சேர்ந்து, கூட்டுக் குடும்பமாக இருந்தோம்.

அப்போது, அண்ணனுடன் நித்யா தகாத உறவில் ஈடுபட்டார். இதை பல முறை கண்டித்தும் நித்யா கேட்கவில்லை.

அதனால் தான், எருமலைநாயக்கன்பட்டிக்கு குடி வந்தோம். இங்கு வந்த பிறகும், நித்யாவிற்கும், அண்ணன் தங்கப்பாண்டிக்கும் உறவு நீடித்தது. இதனால் மனைவியை கழுத்தை இறுக்கி கொலை செய்தேன், என கூறியுள்ளார்.



modus operandi of women criminals in the state is a cocktail of politics, sex, cinema and crime; in some cases the la belle dames sans merci even marry hardcore criminals if it helps them to successfully execute their plans. How

Crime, she wrote


By P Ramdas

30th June 2013 12:00 AM

  • Saritha Nair, 38, has so far swindled Rs 10 crore from the public with the help of her live-in partner Biju Radhakrishnan. She was the honey trap which lured politicians and businessmen. In custody.
    Saritha Nair, 38, has so far swindled Rs 10 crore from the public with the help of her live-in partner Biju Radhakrishnan. She was the honey trap which lured politicians and businessmen. In custody.


  • Shobha, 41, hit the headlines in 2006 when she blackmailed and kidnapped the then head priest of Sabarimala. She also ran a successful prostitution racket and is accused of murdering one of her gang members. Remains in jail.
    Shobha, 41, hit the headlines in 2006 when she blackmailed and kidnapped the then head priest of Sabarimala. She also ran a successful prostitution racket and is accused of murdering one of her gang members. Remains in jail.


  • Subi Mally, 48, the well-off businesswoman from Mumbai with roots in Kerala was arrested on charges of being the kingpin in a defence procurement scam. Out on bail.
    Subi Mally, 48, the well-off businesswoman from Mumbai with roots in Kerala was arrested on charges of being the kingpin in a defence procurement scam. Out on bail.


  • Surumi, 21, her job was to distract the police when they checked vehicles on the Kerala-TN border to curb liquor smuggling. Since arrested.
    Surumi, 21, her job was to distract the police when they checked vehicles on the Kerala-TN border to curb liquor smuggling. Since arrested.


  • Sherin Karanavar, plotted her father-in-law's murder as she feared he would cut her out of his will. A former beauty queen, Sherin got lover Basit Ali to carry out the killing in 2010. Sentenced to life.
    Sherin Karanavar, plotted her father-in-law's murder as she feared he would cut her out of his will. A former beauty queen, Sherin got lover Basit Ali to carry out the killing in 2010. Sentenced to life.

The femme fatale is a popular figure in crime fiction. Dashiell Hammett's voluptuous blondes with beautiful faces and stone cold hearts ready to commit murder with panache and equal ruthlessness; Philip Marlowe's redheads with revolvers and the hot-blooded murderesses of George Simenon's works lend a dark glamour to the female criminal. In reality, however, the truth may be more mundane and gory; devoid of the sheen of good fiction. The deceptive gentleness of Kerala—the state of friendly people and emerald fields—is suddenly Ground Zero for the femme fatale with a yen for blood and con. The number of crimes recently exposed in the state where women have emerged as  linchpins has shot up to such an extent that it has given birth to an altogether new saying: there is a woman behind every successful crime. She cooks up a storm full of murder, sex, blackmail and intrigue.

Saritha S Nair, Kerala's new Betty the Blackmailer is the scandalous seductress—in concert with her allegedly murderous beau Biju Radhakrishnan—who has put the political establishment in a bind. The divorced Saritha was a college dropout who grew up in a dysfunctional family.

The taste for the good life brought her a like-minded partner in the form of Biju. Together they wove a net of fraud and blackmail, trapping starlets, politicians and prominent businessmen in their net. Her call details to Chief Minister Oomen Chandy's aides (Chandy would speak to people only through those cell phones) leaked by a TV channel almost threatened to bring the government down. If it was not for the close relationship with some senior luminaries in the Communist Party that led the previous government—an important ex-minister was her "uncle"—Chandy would've been cornered into complete humiliation and despair.

Saritha's allure over all those she dealt was most over Biju. Saritha's is a cheap dime novel story—she married a Dubai-based businessman, whom she divorced in 2006 to live with Biju. Biju's wife Reshmi complained to the cops that Saritha wrecked her marriage and her husband abandoned her for Saritha's sake. Later, Reshmi was found dead in her bathroom. When Biju was arrested from a Coimbatore hotel two weeks ago, he was charged with murdering his wife through poison. Kerala's Crippen alleged that Saritha was in a relationship with former UDF minister, K B Ganesh Kumar, and shared hotel rooms in Coimbatore where Ganesh had gone for an official function. Earlier, Ganesh's wife had complained of his philandering accusing Chandy of shielding her. The chief minister finds himself in the unenviable position of being cornered in this scandal, which has provided much grist for Kerala's rumour mills.

Another woman, the actor and dancer Shalu Menon, is under the scanner after reports pointing at her role in Saritha's fraudulent schemes. Police suspect that it was Shalu who helped Biju to leave Kerala the day Saritha was arrested. Shalu and her mother were reportedly in the room next to the one in which Biju was staying as well. Police sources reveal that Saritha was a honey trap for the big wheels in politics and business; blackmailing them after photographing them in compromising positions with her. More revelations involving the state's power elite are expected to fall out of Saritha's and Biju's closets as the police continue their investigations of how she defrauded many using their jointly owned company Team Solar as a front.

A survey of the inmates of Viyyur Women Prison showed that 100 per cent of the female prisoners in the prison are from Kerala. Fifteen out of 32 are convicted for murder and three are on trial for murder. Two hundred and seven women are incarcerated in different jails in the state, with 56 convicted criminals and 151 facing trial. Earlier, women caught by the police were found to be only involved in minor crimes like bootlegging and selling a few grams of marijuana.

Some, like their universal sisters, were just prostitutes—more bathos than blood. The marquee of mayhem is the new show in town—now women criminals in the state are being arrested for serious offences, ranging from brutal murders to multi-crore scams. Incidentally, Kerala tops India's crime list with 455.8 cases for every 1,00,000 persons according to the National Crime Records Bureau. Ironically, along with Bihar and Chhattisgarh, Kerala tops the states with the highest percentage of women legislators with criminal records. A PRS Legislative Research study shows that 83 per cent of women legislators have criminal records in Kerala.

The modus operandi of women criminals in the state is a cocktail of politics, sex, cinema and crime; in some cases the la belle dames sans merci even marry hardcore criminals if it helps them to successfully execute their plans.

However, 54-year-old medical doctor Omana Edadan was flying solo; she is one of the most memorable of women criminals, perhaps the first one to capture public imagination in recent times. Omana is wanted in the murder of her lover Muralidharan in 1996. The middle-aged Lucretia Borgia of Kerala had poisoned Muralidharan. With surgical precision, she went on to dismember him, cut up his bones into little convenient pieces at her home in Payannur, where she lived alone. At her macabre best, she carefully packed her unfortunate paramour's flesh and bones separately in plastic packets. The internal organs, she cut into very small pieces and flushed down the toilet. The police calculate it took her a mere three hours to accomplish the ghastly operation. Thereafter, she calmly placed packets in the boot of her car, and drove to the salubrious Tamil Nadu hill station Ooty where she checked into a hotel after parking the car at the railway station.

Thereafter, she made an attempt to dump the various parts of Muralidharan into a ravine. She then hired a taxi to go to nearby hill retreat Kodaikanal, which she thought provided a better option to dispose of the remains. However, the taxi driver got suspicious and informed the police. Omana was arrested. The deadly doctor spent a few months in Madras Central Jail. Soon, she managed to get out on bail. However, she jumped bail and has been in the wind since 2001.

"With better education and the increasing social exposure it entails, women have grown increasingly confident of doing anything that men are capable of. This is reflected in crime as well and they exploit the opportunities as well as men do. In fact, women are in a better position to exploit the weaknesses of prospective victims," says James Vadakkancherry, a reputed criminologist.

According to James, women are capable of formulating a better modus operandi by virtue of their looks, approach and communication skills. He cited the more recent example of Shobha John, the only woman who holds the dubious honour of being in the Kerala Police's 'goonda' list, to make his point.

Shobha made headlines in 2006 when she blackmailed and then kidnapped the former Thanthri (head priest) of Sabarimala, Kandaru Mohanaru. He was abducted and taken to a flat in Kochi and photographed with a woman in a compromising position. It's not just blackmail and honey traps Shobha was an expert at. She also ran a successful prostitution racket. She figured prominently in the shocking Varappuzha sex scandal where a minor girl was bought from her mother and then pimped out to several high profile clients. She was caught and booked. But that wasn't all. Next, one of her gang members who were also arrested by the police sang like a canary on their boss's crimes. He accused Shobha of murdering one of her gang members. Sent to jail, the blackmailing belle became a source of dangerous embarrassment to the reputation of many of the high and mighty in the state. Out on bail, her reputation as an expert blackmailer had the political and bureaucratic class nervous. In fact, in her bail petition, which she filed in Kerala High Court in the second week of June, where it is pending since, Shobha claimed that the police were implicating her in one case after another. The reason she gave was that her revelations would expose many top politicians.

"There are many reasons why women like Shobha end up as criminals. Many of them have grown up in troubled families or have witnessed crimes in their childhood. The submissive personality of women may also induce them to commit a crime for their partners' sake in some cases," says A V Druhin, Professor, Psychiatry department, Academy of Medical Science, Kannur.

He observed that women in their 40s seem willing to go to any extent to lead luxurious lives.

"Women can better sell a fraud than men since they can instill confidence in the victims. They also fly below the police radar much better than men. For instance, a few years ago, an attractive woman successfully donned the role of a guide in smuggling spirits. Though the gang was eventually caught, it was the presence of a woman that helped them to initially evade the police net. Besides, women seem to be better equipped in building contacts with the powers-that-be, helping them to evade the long arms of the law for longer periods than men," says C P Udayabhanu, a noted criminal lawyer of the Kerala High Court.

Crime and glamour are kissing cousins, as seen in the case of the 25-year-old actress Leena Maria Paul, who was born in Kerala but brought up elsewhere, and her male friend from a south Delhi farmhouse where they were hiding, following a cheating case which was registered against them in Chennai. Leena, who has acted in Malayalam films like Red Chillies, is a well-educated girl who entered the field with the help of her friend Balaji. During her interrogation, Leena confessed that it was a desire for a lavish lifestyle and easy money, which made her take part in criminal activities. Along with Balaji, she has been involved in many other cases including defrauding a Chennai-based bank of `19.22 crore.

Justice D Sreedevi, a former chairman of the women's commission, adds, "Money is the root cause of all evil. It also spoils the life of women. Those who are involved in crimes like this like to lead a luxurious life and want to find an easy way to get money for it. Surprisingly, the women are ready to go to any extent, even commit murder, to earn money. The number of alcoholic women is also increasing. Under the influence of alcohol they commit any crime." But only eight women have been convicted in alcohol related cases so far while 27 are facing trial.

Money plays an important role in sex crimes and murder. A case célèbre was of former Kerala beauty queen Sherin and her alleged lover Basit Ali. In November 2010, Bhaskara Karanavar who had returned to Kerala after retiring from the US government, was found murdered in his house in Alappuzha. After investigations, the police concluded that the murder was planned and executed by the dead man's daughter-in-law Sherin and Basit.

Basit and two accomplices smothered Karanavar to death, guided by Sherin. The provocation was Sherin's name being cut off from Karanavar's will. The police tech and cyber division examined calls from her cell phone and Orkut chat records to nail her.

Further investigations revealed a sordid network of crime. Ali, on the run after the murder and arrested from Karnataka reportedly ran a hawala network in Kerala. Cops said that Sherin seduced Ali and promised him they would live together with the proceeds. Sherin had a criminal history; when she and her husband Binu were living with Karanavar in New York she allegedly blackmailed her father-in-law for money, threatening divorce. The cops said she was jailed for credit card fraud and stealing money on her job.

In the opening chapter of Raymond Chandler's The Big Sleep, gum shoe Philip Marlowe is visiting a client living in a stately home. The passage ends: "I was still staring at the hot black eyes when a door opened far back under the stairs. It wasn't the butler coming back. It was a girl."

Well the butler didn't do it. She did.

Wife, father in law & their "friends" beat husband to death and throw body in lake. NRI husband (from Saudi) was trying to get wife back to matri home : Gruesome murder and cover up near Paramakudi Town, Ramnad District of Tamil Nadu


Brief notes in English followed by News article in Tamil
Adi belongs to Seyyamangalam , near Parthibanur of Ramnad District in southern Tamil Nadu. He was married to Muththumari of Parthibanur 6 years ago. They have two children out of wedlock. Adi was working in Saudi Arabia and family was in India. Recently Adi returned from Saudi. There were frequent quarrels between Adi and Muthumari and Muthumari left for her father's (husband's father in law's) house. So Adi went to his father in Law's house to request the wife to return. But that lead to further quarrels. The wife, father in law, his brother and friends bashed up Adi with heavy wodden sticks (urututu kattai), murdered him and threw the body in a nearby lake. Police have arrested three of them and are investigating the case



பார்த்திபனூரில் உருட்டு கட்டையால் தாக்கி, கணவரை கொலை செய்த மனைவி உட்பட மூவரை, போலீசார் கைது செய்தனர்.

ராமநாதபுரம் மாவட்டம், பார்த்திபனூர் செய்யாமங்கலத்தை சேர்ந்தவர் ஆதி, 32. இவருக்கும், பார்த்திபனூரை சேர்ந்த முத்துமாரிக்கும், 25, கடந்த 6 ஆண்டுகளுக்கு முன்பு திருமணம் நடந்தது. இரு பெண் குழந்தைகள் உள்ளனர்.

சவுதியில் வேலை பார்த்து வரும் ஆதி, சில மாதங்களுக்கு முன்பு ஊர் திரும்பினார். கணவன், மனைவிக்கு இடையே அடிக்கடி தகராறு ஏற்பட்டதால், கோபித்துக்கொண்டு முத்துமாரி பார்த்திபனூரில் வசிக்கும் தந்தை பால்மேனி வீட்டிற்கு சென்றார்.

மனைவியை அழைத்து வர, நேற்று முன்தினம் ஆதி மாமனார் வீட்டிற்கு சென்றார். 

அங்கு மீண்டும் பிரச்னை ஏற்பட்டதால், ஆத்திரமடைந்த முத்துமாரி, அவரது தந்தை பால்மேனி, சகோதரர் லட்சுமணன், அவரது நண்பர் பிரபு ஆகியோர் உருட்டு கட்டையால் ஆதியை தாக்கியதில், அவர் அந்த இடத்திலேயே இறந்தார். பின், ஆதியின் உடலை அருங்குளம் கண்மாயில் தூக்கி வீசினர். 

இதுகுறித்து முத்துமாரி, பால்மேனி, பிரபு ஆகியோரை பார்த்திபனூர் போலீசார் கைது செய்து, தலைமறைவான லட்சுமணனை தேடி வருகின்றனர்.


"LegaL fraternity" shocked on Magistrate arrest @TN!! they were NOT shocked when lakhs of husbands, mothers, sisters arrest!! *....."Giving criminal tinge to a personal relationship in order to make it a non-bailable crime is the worst form of offence, and it will not help simplify the complex live-in concept," said M Antony Selvaraj, vice-president of the Tamil Nadu Advocates Association...."*; Question : Wasn't the "SYSTEM" giving a criminal tinge !!! to personal relationships and arresting and or harassing mothers and sisters and brothers in law in every 498a case ??


Quote : *....."Giving criminal tinge to a personal relationship in order to make it a non-bailable crime is the worst form of offence, and it will not help simplify the complex live-in concept," said M Antony Selvaraj, vice-president of the Tamil Nadu Advocates Association...."*


Question  : Wasn't the "SYSTEM" giving a criminal tinge !!! to personal relationships and arresting and or harassing mothers and sisters and brothers in law in every 498a case ??


**Magistrate's arrest on woman sub-inspector's rape charge draws flak**

, TNN | Jun 30, 2013, 11.25 PM IST

 CHENNAI:Morality and criminality are not co-extensive, said the Supreme Court in April 2010. But the Tamil Nadu police do not think so.

On Saturday, it shocked the state's legal fraternity by arresting a 31 year old judicial magistrate, who chose to walk out of a two-year live-in relationship with a woman sub-inspector of police. Among other things, the woman cop has slapped rape and dowry demand charges on magistrate S Thangaraj, who presided over a fast track court in Coonoor in The Nilgiris at the time of his arrest.

According to her, she and Thangaraj had a relationship since the days when he was an advocate and she was working at Palladam station. However, after his appointment as judicial magistrate, he started avoiding her, and also got married to another woman on June 20, she alleged in her complaint. Besides cheating her, the magistrate had raped and intimidated her, she said, adding that she had about 8,000 SMSs and teletalk lasting 14 lakh seconds to buttress the allegations.

While advocates were up in arms against the arrest and remand of a judicial officer, police told media that they had obtained due consent from the high court, as required by an apex court ruling.

Even while jurists were discussing the correctness of his detention, another magistrate remanded him in judicial custody for a period of two weeks, triggering another round of debate on mechanical remand orders by judges. Thangaraj has since been lodged at the Coimbatore Central Prison.

An office-bearer of the Tamil Nadu Judicial Officers Association terming the arrest 'wholly unwarranted' and asked, "if they had known each other intimately for nearly two years, where does the question of rape arise? Allegations of rape, criminal intimidation and dowry demand have been included only to criminalize an informed intimacy between two consenting adults," he said.

Citing the April 2010 apex court ruling by a bench headed by the then chief jutice of India K G Balakrishnan, the Tamil Nadu Advocates Association president S Prabakaran said: "Notions of social morality are inherently subjective and the criminal law cannot be used as a means to unduly interfere with the domain of personal autonomy." He recalled a similar case of IPS officer Varunkumar, who was alleged to have had a relationship with a civil services-aspirant and then refused to marry her after he was selected for IPS. "We had to fight two rounds of litigation just to get a case registered against him. He has not been arrested as yet. In the case of the magistrate, police have shown so much alacrity. What purpose would his arrest serve?"

P S Amalraj, vice-chairman of the Bar Council of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, said the woman SI's complaint is full of anomalies. "Allegations arising out of live-in relationships must be analysed on case-by-case basis. Failure of such a relationship to fructify into a valid wedding, should not necessarily lead to rape and harassment allegations," he said.

"Prolonged sexual interaction, even according to the latest high court order, entitles her to certain rights such as maintenance. Criminalising such relationships is wholly unacceptable," said Amalraj said.

"We have an apprehension that police are playing out a hidden agenda against the entire legal fraternity, including subordinate judicial officers," he said.

**"Giving criminal tinge to a personal relationship in order to make it a non-bailable crime is the worst form of offence, and it will not help simplify the complex live-in concept," said M Antony Selvaraj, vice-president of the Tamil Nadu Advocates Association.**

Saturday, June 29, 2013

burglar beats woman during brutal home invasion

see how a burglar enters a woman's home and beats her, punches her and throws her down the basement stairs in an attempted robbery
The woman suffered head injury , concussions and went thru stitches

The video is from her Nanny cam


Wife gouges out husbands eye saying she was "possessed" by the gods. Husband losses sight completely !!

Wife gouges out husbands eye saying she was "possessed" by the gods.


Tiruppur District, Udumalai Town : Mallappan, a farmer, lives at Udumalai with his wife KaliammaL. They have three children out of the wedlock. Recently they had a pooja at home. After the two day special pooja , the wife claimed that she was "possessed" by the gods and stabbed her husband in his eyes!!!. Shocked and in a terrible plight, husband was admitted to the hospital but the doctors could NOT save his eye. He has completely lost his eyesight

The people of that area are shocked that the "gods" !! have gouged the eyes !!

ஒன்இந்தியா » தமிழ் » செய்திகள் » தமிழகம்

சாமி வந்து கணவனோட கண்களை குத்திய மனைவி!

பார்வை பறிபோன பரிதாபம்!


Posted by: Mathi Published: Saturday, June 29, 2013, 15:15 [IST]


உடுமலைப்பேட்டை: பக்தி முற்றிப் போய் கட்டிய கணவனின் கண்களை மனைவியே நோண்டியெடுத்த சம்பவத்தால் உடுமலைப்பேட்டையில் பெரும் பரபரப்பு ஏற்பட்டுள்ளது.

திருப்பூர் மாவட்டம் உடுமலை அருகே உள்ள திருமூர்த்திமலை பகுதியைச் சேர்ந்த விவசாயி மல்லப்பன் . இவரது மனைவி பெயர் காளியம்மாள். இவர்களுக்கு 3 மகன்கள் உள்ளனர்.  சில நாட்களுக்கு முன்பு இருவரும் 2 நாட்கள் விரதம் இருந்து தனியே வீட்டில் பூஜை செய்திருக்கின்றனர்.

அப்போது பக்தி முற்றிப் போன காளியம்மாள் திடீரென கணவரின் கண்களைக் குத்தியிருக்கிறார்.  இதில் இரண்டு கண்களும் பாதிக்கப்பட்ட நிலையில் மல்லப்பன் மருத்துவமனையில் அனுமதிக்கப்பட்டார். ஆனால் மனைவி குத்தியதில் மல்லப்பனின் இரு கண்களின் கருவிழிகளுமே சேதமடைந்துவிட்டதால் அவருக்கு பார்வை பறிபோய்விட்டது என்று மருத்துவர்கள் தெரிவித்துள்ளனர்.

"சாமி கண்ணை குத்திடும்" என்பதற்கு ஏற்ப ஒரு சம்பவம் நடந்துவிட்டதாகவே உடுமலைவாசிகள் பேசிக் கொள்வதால் அப்பகுதியில் பரபரப்பு ஏற்பட்டிருக்கிறது.


Read more at:


Kanpur Bar states more than 1,000 lawyers facing criminal charges & cases !! urges withdrawal ... with the ruling party and lawyers urging withdrawal of cases ONLY cases against husband will be filed !!!!

CM urged to withdraw cases against lawyers

TNN | Jun 22, 2013, 01.06 PM IST

KANPUR: The ruling party's campaign to withdraw criminal cases against its volunteers and leaders and other persons, encouraged lawyers and they have urged to withdraw cases against them.

In a memorandum addressed to chief minister, Kanpur Bar Association (KBA) stated that more than 1,000 lawyers are facing criminal charges and cases against them be withdrawn. If state government would consider their submission and order for withdrawal of cases against them then advocate fraternity would be grateful to chief minister AkhileshYadav, the memorandum added.

It urged the CM to seek report of cases against lawyers and initiate withdrawal proceedings.


interpol to seize NRI husband; family members' passports impounded; all based on complaint; no court case yet ! long live women's lib; the alleged wife / complainant a Gujarat UPSC topper !! any idiot who thinks he can marry a SECOND time is in for JOLT OF HIS LIFE !! even un witting relatives NOT living with husband can land in serious trouble !!!

Teacher who cracked UPSC's civil services exam this year begins hunt for NRI hubby who dumped her

Syed Khalique Ahmed : Ahmedabad, Sat Jun 29 2013, 08:28 hrs

Amreli district police has initiated proceedings to bring back New Zealand-based non-Resident Gujarati (NRG) Shailesh Chandulal Popat who married Komal Ganatra in April 2008 and deserted her within 15 days.

The police have moved for repatriation of Popat on an FIR filed by Komal on February 17 this year.

Komal, a primary school teacher, was among 11 candidates from Gujarat who cleared UPSC's civil services examination in May this year and is awaiting her posting.

Speaking to the Indian Express over phone from Amreli, police sub-inspector N A Savanya of the Amreli Mahila Police Station, who is investigating the case, said: "I am preparing the documents to trace Popat with the help of Interpol and bring him back to Gujarat for interrogation."

She said it was taking time to get an Interpol notice issued against Popat because she was not conversant with the English language.

"I am getting things done with the help of my colleagues in the Amreli police," she said.

**Savanya said she had also seized the passports of four of the eight persons named in the FIR, including Dr Vijay Popat, elder brother of Shailesh Popat**. Dr Vijay was an associate professor at the Jamnagar Medical college and was recently transferred to Patan.

**Surprisingly, this was the second marriage of Shailesh. He had earlier married one Namrata Jaswani in 2004, but divorced her over some dispute within a fortnight.**

**"I was deserted by Shailesh Popat and thrown out of the house in the same way as Komal," Namrata told told this reporter over phone**.

She said she did not initiate any police case and got remarried after taking divorce.

In her FIR, Komal has alleged she was assaulted by her in-laws and thrown out of their Rajkot house within three months of the marriage for not bringing enough dowry. She said she was also not informed about Shailesh being a divorcee.

She alleged she was also not allowed to bring the clothings and valubales her parents had given her at the time of marriage. "I was thrown out of the house in the clothes that I was wearing and not allowed to take anything else with me," she has alleged in the FIR.

She said she had no contact with her husband ever since he left for New Zealand as he did not give his phone number or residence or office address.

Komal said she had a very bitter experience with the police as well. "Initially, the police had refused to take my FIR. They took my FIR only after the intervention of former director general of police (DGP) Chitranjan Singh," she said.

"Yet, the police have not included my charges pertaining to attempt on my life," she said.

Singh, when contacted, admitted he helped Komal. "I helped her as the police, instead of booking the accused persons, were trying to harass Komal," Singh said. "The accused are politically influential people".

Komal has also now sought transfer of the case from Savanya to someone else in the police for a "proper probe". "It is because of Savanya that the accused managed to get anticipatory bail," she alleged.

Savanya, however, denied Komal's allegations.

Amreli Superintendent of Police Shobha Bhutada said, " We are fully cooperating with Komal to get her justice."

Meanwhile, Dr Vijay Popat refuted the allegations levelled by Komal.

"Shailesh and Komal were in constant touch with each other for about one-and-a-half years of the marriage. My brother also tried to solve the issue either through divorce or some compromise by involving the community elders, but Komal did not agree," Dr Popat said.

He said Shailesh was coming in the next 15 days to resolve the issue. "We will move the court against Komal," he said. Dr Popat also confirmed that Shailesh had married Namrata but divorced her later over some dispute.


Honb'le Magistrate Thangaraj arrested & remanded to 15 days custody based on lover, woman police Inspector Uma Maheshwari's complaint. Allegation, Thagaraj promised to marry her when he was a lawyer, but now has refused as he is promoted as magistrate

Brief notes in English and news in Tamil

**Honourable Magistrate Thangaraj arrested and remanded to 15 days custody based on lover, woman police Inspector Uma Maheshwari's complaint. Allegation, Thagaraj promised to marry her when he was a lawyer, but now has refused as he is promoted as magistrate !!  **

Coonoor , Tamil Nadu

* One Ms. Uma Maheshwari, is the lady Sub Inspector of Palladam police station of Thiruppur District
* She has filed complaints with Coimbatore district Judge and Palladam , Coonoor Senior Police officers
* She has alleged that One Mr. Thagaraj who used to work as a lawyer was in love with her and had promised to marry her
* She too was in love with him based on his promise
* Now the said Thangaraj has been promoted as Judge
* Now he has refused to marry her
* .... & hence .... she has prayed for immediate inquiry into the matter
* On police inquiry it was found that the Said Mr. Thangaraj was at Kumarapalayam, Namakkal District of Tamil Nadu
* Police have rushed there and arrested Thangaraj
* Later news (also given below) says that the Honourable Magistrate has been remanded to 15 days remand custody

related news in Tamil

திருமணம் செய்வதாக கூறி ஏமாற்றியதாக பெண் எஸ்.ஐ. புகார்: குன்னூர் மாஜிஸ்திரேட் கைது

Posted by: Mayura Akilan

Updated: Saturday, June 29, 2013, 16:06 [IST]


திருமணம் செய்வதாக கூறி ஏமாற்றிவிட்டதாக குன்னூர் மாஜிஸ்திரேட் மீது பெண் சப்.இன்ஸ்பெக்டர் ஒருவர் புகார் கூறியுள்ள சம்பவம் பரபரப்பை ஏற்படுத்தியுள்ளது.

திருப்பூர் மாவட்டம் பல்லடம் போலீஸ் நிலையத்தில் சப்-இன்ஸ்பெக்டராக பணியாற்றி வருபவர் உமா மகேஸ்வரி.

இவர் கடந்த சில நாட்களுக்கு முன்பு கோவை மாவட்ட நீதிபதி, பல்லடம், குன்னூர் போலீஸ் துணை எஸ்பி ஆகியோரிடம் புகார் மனுக்கள் கொடுத்தார்.

அதில் கூறியிருந்ததாவது: வக்கீலாக பணியாற்றிய தங்கராஜ் என்பவர் என்னை காதலித்தார். என்னை திருமணம் செய்து கொள்கிறேன் என்றார். நானும் அதனை நம்பி அவரை காதலித்தேன். இந்த நிலையில் அவருக்கு மாஜிஸ்திரேட்டாக பதவி உயர்வு கிடைத்தது.  தற்போது அவர் குன்னூரில் உள்ள கோர்ட்டில் பணியாற்றி வருகிறார். பதவி உயர்வு கிடைத்ததும் என்னை திருமணம் செய்ய மறுக்கிறார். அவர் மீது உரிய நடவடிக்கை வேண்டுகிறேன் என்று தனது மனுவில் கூறியிருந்தார்.

மனு தொடர்பாக போலீசார் விசாரணை மேற்கொண்டதில் மாஜிஸ்திரேட்டு தங்கராஜ் நாமக்கல் மாவட்டம் குமாரபாளையத்தில் இருப்பது தெரிய வந்தது.

அதன் பேரில் போலீசார் அங்கு விரைந்து சென்று மாஜிஸ்திரேட்டு தங்கராஜை அவினாசி போலீஸ் நிலையத்துக்கு அழைத்து வந்தனர்.

அங்கு அவரிடம் தொடர்ந்து விசாரணை நடைபெறுகிறது.

Read more at:

*********** update !!!!********




குன்னூர்: திருமணம் செய்து கொள்வதாக கூறி ஏமாற்றியதாக பெண் எஸ்.ஐ., கொடுத்த வழக்கில் கைது செய்யப்பட்ட குன்னூர் மாவட்ட மாஜீஸ்திரேட் தங்கராசுவை 15 நாள் காவலில் வைக்க கோர்ட் உத்தரவிட்டுள்ளது.

Re: aftr drinks 2 inncnt women got into cab at 1.00 night with KNOWN ppl & SUDDENLY RAPED! five arrested, two absconding ...gruesome rape @ Delhi


Cabbies gang rape 2 women near Delhi

Friday, Jun 28, 2013, 11:40 IST | Place: Gurgaon | Agency: DNA
DNA Correspondent  
Five men have been arrested for the rape. However, the two main accused are absconding.
Five men have been arrested for the rape. However, the two main accused are absconding.


Two women were raped in a taxi in the early hours of Thursday in Gurgaon. The police have arrested five men, but the two main accused are absconding.

The women, both 27-year-olds, had gone to Club 18, a pub in a Gurgaon mall on Wednesday night. Around 1 am, they came out of the pub and were offered a ride in a taxi; other than the taxi driver, there was one more person in the taxi. 

The women, the police said, knew both the men in the taxi since they travelled regularly with these people, and got into the cab.

As soon as the taxi crossed MG Road, one of accused started misbehaving with the women, one of whom is married. The other accused, who was driving, stopped the car on the Gurgaon-Faridabad road and both of them took turns to rape both the women. One of the accused then called five of their other friends who were waiting for their call in another car.

By the time the five others reached the spot, one of the woman managed to escape from the taxi and ran to an under-construction site. She found the security guard and used his cell phone to call the police.

"Our PCR van was close to the area and immediately rushed towards there," said Gurgaon police commissioner Alok Mittal. "By then, the men had dumped the second girl and fled. The women were taken to Gurgaon Civil Hospital, and medical examination confirmed rape."

An FIR has been registered against seven people, all of whom are taxi drivers. The police arrested Harish (22), Satish (24), Mishar (25), Pramod (26) and Devender (27) by Thursday evening.

"On the basis of information provided by the women, we started hunting for the accused, and by 6:30 in the evening, our team arrested five of the seven accused on the outskirts of Gurgaon," said Mittal. "All the accused are taxi drivers and were acquainted with the women. The remaining two, who are absconding, will be arrested soon."


I am sometimes appalled how life of a man is taken for granted .... By Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj ·

I am sometimes appalled how life of a man is taken for granted .... By Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj ·

    Yesterday while talking to a friend, I told him about the misuse of provisions of Dowry laws and how families are suffering because of it. I was quite surprised by his reactions. Like him, I have often seen people brushing off this problem as 'men have been so dominant over years, its alright if some are punished now' or 'When there is a fight anyone would do anything, law can't stop it' or 'He must have done something wrong to her else she wouldn't have done that'.

I am sometimes appalled how life of a man is taken for granted so easily. He is usually at mistake in eyes of everyone when things go wrong - forget about whose fault it is. And this is not the attitude of only women for men but also of men towards men. Until they themselves fall into the trap of being blamed for a wrong reason, they never sympathize with the other person.

I fail to understand how on earth can i/men in my family can be punished for what our grand grand fathers did(though i feel the society was much more peaceful then and relationships had far more respect and values than now). How can we sit silent to the misuse of laws (be it by a man or a woman). How can we put all the blame on the system and never take any responsibility on us to do something about it. And then I remember.....the WALLS full of messages for Nirbhaya in December and no trace of it now in any status or any was a News and its gone....We Move on like NEWS CHANNELS. But I can assure....when it happens in our home...there wouldn't be any moving on!!!


Thanks for this great post Deepika

/// And this is not the attitude of only women for men but also of men towards men. Until they themselves fall into the trap of being blamed for a wrong reason, they never sympathize with the other person. /////
1. Feminists come in many forms. Some are men. Some are women. Some are doctors, some lawyers... some judges ... some bloggers ...
2. Men need to be saved from men
2.1. Karma catches up ... I've seen many such people getting caught and comming back here (to support groups I mean)
3. To save oneself from stupidity one good way / method is to reject the norm and get away .... right from maharishis to steve jobs many rejected the norm and were rewarded.... Honest law abiding men REFUSING to marry will wake up many of these idiots



Molestation case against doctor changed to rape case | lookout notice posted on all airports | will this guy be caught and metted out with "quick" justice

Molester doctor booked for rape now


Mateen Hafeez, TNN | Jun 28, 2013, 10.23 PM IST

MUMBAI: A day after TOI reported the molestation case of a 14-year-old girl by a St. George's Hospital doctor, the MRA Marg police converted the incident into a rape case and issued a look out notice against the accused doctor to all the airports across the country. Moreover, police also invoked the sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act.

The 28-year-old doctor, Akshay Ahirrao, has not been traced yet. "Our teams are working on it and we will nab him soon," said deputy commissioner of police, Ravindra Shisve. Talking about the look out notice, Shisve said that it has been done so that the accused could not flee the country.

Ahirrao was booked for molesting the girl after the victim's relatives approached the police and filed a case. The incident took place on June 22 when the victim had gone to the hospital, for a check up as she had high fever, along with a family member.

**The victim's relatives alleged that the doctor had touched the girl inappropriately and inserted his finger into her private part. "The girl was admitted after Ahirrao stated that she needed medicines and hospitalization on June 21. Next day, he called her into the checking room while there was no female staff present. **

**Only her grandmother was standing nearby," said a relative of the victim, adding "The doctor molested the girl and seeing this, her grandmother fell sick and had to be admitted to ICU."

St. George's Hospital's superintendent, Dr J B Bhawani, said that they have already terminated Ahiraro soon after they received a complaint of misbehaving with a patient. Ahirrao is learnt to have been planning to leave for Singapore on June 29. He was in Delhi the day an FIR was registered against him. He had gone to the Medical Councilof India (MCI) office to get a certificate.

"After recording the victim's statement, we changed the sections of law from molestation to rape. Our teams have gone to Ulhasnagar where Ahiraro stays," added Shisve.



honest simple woma arrested by police !!!

police constable acused 498A, 304B on suicide of wife honourably aquitted by sessions court. HC orders reinstatement of service on acquittal. Honourable acquittal discussed . extent of punishment by department discussed

Additional notes
* wife dies by consuming poisonous substance while she is at parental home
* father in law claims dowry harassment and hence dowry death
* parallel departmental inquiry starts
* petitioner dismissed from service
* sessions court appreciates evidence and gives honourable discharge
* honourable discharge & petitioner was not acquitted by giving benefit of doubt.
* There is no appeal pending against the judgment of acquittal,
* HC orders reinstatement of service on basic of acquittal.


DATED : 22.04.2013



W.P. No.20298 of 2006

P.Sakthivelayuthasamy                    .. Petitioner


The Commandant, T.S.P. IV Battalion,
Coimbatore-42                        .. Respondent

    Writ petition filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India, seeking an order in the nature of writ of certiorarified mandamus, calling for the records pertaining to the order, dated 06.08.2004 made in C.No.E3/PR-16/04 on the file of the respondent and quash the same and consequently, direct the respondent to reinstate the petitioner into service with back wages and other attendant benefits.

        For Petitioner    :         Mr.K.Venkatramani,
                        Senior Counsel
                        for Mr.M.Muthappan

        For Respondent    :         Mr.S.Navaneethan, AGP


Heard the learned Senior counsel appearing for the petitioner as well as the learned Additional Government Pleader appearing for the respondent.

    2. This writ petition has been filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India, seeking an order in the nature of writ of certiorarified mandamus, calling for the records pertaining to the order, dated 06.08.2004 made in C.No.E3/PR-16/04 on the file of the respondent and quash the same and consequently, direct the respondent to reinstate the petitioner into service with back wages and other attendant benefits.

    3. It is not in dispute that the petitioner joined as Police Constable in Tamil Nadu Special Police IV Batallion, Kovaipudur, Coimbatore in the year 1999. According to the petitioner, he got married with one Kavitha on 10.03.2003 and due to the said wedlock, a female child was also born to them. After the delivery of the child, his wife committed suicide at her parental house, No.8, Kannanur Mariamman Kovil Street, Elango Nagar, Coimbatore by consuming cow dung powder, a poisonous substance.

    4. Learned Senior counsel appearing for the petitioner submitted that even as per the prosecution, the occurrence had taken place at the parental house of the deceased Kavitha and at the time of consuming poison, the petitioner was not present, however, based on the complaint given by P.W.1, father of the deceased, case was registered under Section 498 (A), 304 (B) and 506 IPC and Section 4 of Dowry Prohibition Act. After the trial, the petitioner was acquitted. According to the learned Senior counsel appearing for the petitioner, it is only a honourable acquittal, as the petitioner was not acquitted by giving benefit of doubt. There is no appeal pending against the judgment of acquittal, dated 22.09.2005 made in Sessions Case No.40/2005 on the file of the Sessions Court, Coimbatore.

    5. It is seen from the copy of the judgment, dated 22.09.2005 rendered by the Sessions Court, Coimbatore that the alleged occurrence had taken place only at Door No.8, Kannanur Mariamman kovil street, Elango Nagar, Coimbatore, which is the parental home of the deceased.

    6. Learned Sessions Judge, recorded acquittal on the ground that the charges levelled against the petitioner as accused in the sessions case was not established by the prosecution. Learned Additional Government Pleader appearing for the respondent has not disputed the fact that the sessions case ended in acquittal.

    7. On the aforesaid circumstances, the only point for determination is whether the dismissal of the petitioner from service, in view of the pendency of the sessions case is sustainable in law.

    8. As contended by the learned Senior counsel appearing for the petitioner, the charges levelled against the petitioner in the departmental enquiry are (1) the petitioner had earned bad reputation to the police department, in view of the criminal case registered against him (2) though the petitioner had approached this Court and got Anticipatory Bail and appeared regularly before the concerned police, as directed by this Court, the same was not intimated to the respondent, which would be suppression of facts and disobedience in the police department and (3) that the petitioner appeared before the Revenue Divisional Officers in the enquiry conducted pertaining to towards the alleged dowry death of his wife, but not intimated about the same to the respondent.

    9. As per the copy of the judgment rendered by the Sessions Court, it is seen that the petitioner, who was the accused in the criminal case, had asked P.W.1, father of the deceased, to send the petitioner's wife and child to his house on completion of one month, after his delivery. Though P.W.1 had agreed to send her with the child, he said he would send her after some time, for which the petitioner / accused scolded P.W.1 by saying that he would take back his wife and the child on the next day morning and he asked him to do whatever he would like. As per the judgment of the Sessions Court, it is made clear that the deceased Kavitha consumed cow-dung-powder, a poisonous substance, at her parental house in the absence of the petitioner herein. Hence, the learned Sessions Judge, recorded acquittal on all the charges framed against the petitioner herein and he was not merely acquitted by giving benefit of doubt.

    10. Mr.K.Venkatramani, learned Senior counsel appearing for the petitioner argued that criminal case was registered against the petitioner solely based on the complaint made by the defacto complainant, father of the deceased, as there was no prima facie case made out against the petitioner to prosecute him under Section 498(A), 304-B and 306 IPC and Section 4 of Dowry Prohibition Act. Learned senior counsel contended that the alleged occurrence had admittedly taken place only at the parental house of the deceased, wife of the petitioner herein and at the time of consuming cow-dung- powder by the deceased, the petitioner was not present, hence, it cannot be said that the deceased, due to dowry harassment, had committed suicide. As found by the learned Sessions Judge, there is no evidence to establish that it was dowry death, punishable under Section 304 B IPC. It is also not known as to how the act of consuming cow-dung-powder by the deceased was not prevented by her father and his other family members, though she was in her parental home. There was no allegation of dowry harassment by the petitioner, prior to the occurrence. On the available evidence, the learned Sessions Judge, held that the prosecution has not established any offence against the petitioner / accused.

    11. It was further argued by the learned senior counsel for the petitioner that there was no allegation of dowry harassment so as to attract Sections 498(A) and Section 4 of Dowry Prohibition Act and hence, the acquittal recorded by the Sessions Court, Magalir Neethimandram, Coimbatore has to be construed only as honourable acquittal, as there is no adverse finding against the petitioner in the Judgment. 

    12. In support of his contention, learned senior counsel appearing for the petitioner relied on the decision in Capt. M.Paul Anthony vs Bharat Gold Mines Ltd. and another reported in 1999 3 SCC 679, in para 34, it has been held as follows:

>"34. ... As pointed out earlier, the criminal case as
>also the departmental proceedings were based on
>identical set of facts, namely, "the raid conducted at
>the appellant's residence and recovery of
>incriminating articles therefrom". The findings
>recorded by the enquiry officer, a copy of which has
>been placed before us, indicate that the charges
>framed against the appellant were sought to be proved
>by police officers and panch witnesses, who had raided
>the house of the appellant and had effected recovery.
>They were the only witnesses examined by the enquiry
>officer and the enquiry officer, relying upon their
>statements, came to the conclusion that the charges
>were established against the appellant. The same
>witnesses were examined in the criminal case but the
>Court, on a consideration of the entire evidence, came
>to the conclusion that no search was conducted nor was
>any recovery made from the residence of the appellant.
>The whole case of the prosecution was thrown out and
>the appellant was acquitted. In this situation,
>therefore, where the appellant is acquitted by a
>judicial pronouncement with the finding that the "raid
>and recovery" at the residence of the appellant were
>not proved, it would be unjust, unfair and rather
>oppressive to allow the findings recorded at the
>exparte departmental proceedings to stand."

It has been categorically held in the decision that when a criminal case and departmental proceeding are based on the same set of facts and similar witnesses were examined in both proceedings and the conclusion of the Court is that the alleged guilt has not been established against the accused, who is an employee, facing  departmental proceeding, it would be unjust and unfair to accept the departmental proceeding to punish the employee.

    13. **It is not in dispute that in the instant case, punishment imposed on the petitioner by the respondent is solely based on the pendency of the criminal case**.
Unless or otherwise, the charges, at least one of the charges against the petitioner under Sections 498(A), 304-B and 306 IPC or the demand of dowry under Section 4 of Dowry Prohibition Act is proved and ended in conviction, the respondent cannot hold that the petitioner is guilty of the offence for the removal of the petitioner from service. **Admittedly, the alleged delinquency against the petitioner is not relating to the official duty of the petitioner**. The charges were framed against the petitioner (1) in view of the criminal case pending against him before the criminal court, the reputation of the police department was tarnished and (2) the petitioner had obtained Anticipatory Bail and appeared before the concerned police station, as directed by this Court and also attended the enquiry conducted by Revenue Divisional Officer, however, did not intimated the same to the respondent. Learned senior counsel appearing for the petitioner submitted that the Departmental proceeding is solely based on the pendency of the criminal case. Hence, the acquittal recorded has direct relevance in the Departmental proceeding.

    14. In the light of the decisions rendered by Paul Anthony's case, (cited supra) if it is a honourable acquittal, the respondent cannot impose a punishment of dismissal from service, holding that the charges levelled against the petitioner was proved. It is not in dispute that in a criminal case, the prosecution should establish the guilt beyond reasonable doubt, however, it is not required in a departmental proceeding, as the yardstick to decide the delinquency is only preponderance of probability. In the instant case, the Departmental proceeding is based on the pendency of the criminal case.

    15. In G.M.Tank vs State of Gujarat and others reported in 2006 (5) SCC 446, the Hon'ble Apex Court has held as follows:

>"30. ... It is true that the nature of charge in the
>departmental proceedings and in the criminal case is
>grave. The nature of the case launched against the
>appellant on the basis of evidence and material
>collected against him during enquiry and investigation
>and as reflected in the charge-sheet, factors
>mentioned are one and the same. In other words,
>charges, evidence, witnesses and circumstances are one
>and the same. In the present case, criminal and
>departmental proceedings have already noticed or
>granted on the same set of facts, namely, raid
>conducted at the appellants' residence, recovery of
>articles therefrom. The Investigating Officer
>Mr.V.B.Raval and other departmental witnesses were the
>only witnesses examined by the enquiry officer who by
>relying upon their statement came to the conclusion
>that the charges were established against the
>appellant. The same witnesses were examined in the
>criminal case and the criminal court on the
>examination came to the conclusion that the
>prosecution has not proved the guilt alleged against
>the appellant beyond any reasonable doubt and
>acquitted the appellant by its judicial pronouncement
>with the finding that the charge has not been proved.
>It is also to be noticed that the judicial
>pronouncement was made after a regular trial and on
>hot contest. Under these circumstances, it would be
>unjust and unfair and rather oppressive to allow the
>findings recorded in the departmental proceedings to

    16. In Krishnakali Tea Estate v. Akhil Bharatiya Chah Mazdoor Sangh reported in 2004 (8) SCC 200, the Hon'ble Apex Court held as follows:

>".... The Bench was of the opinion that the acquittal
>by the criminal court was "honourable" as it was based
>on the fact that the prosecution did not produce
>sufficient material to establish its charge which was
>clear from the following observations found in the
>judgment of the criminal court:
>    "Absolutely in the evidence on record of the
>prosecution witnesses I have found nothing against the
>accused persons. The prosecution totally fails to
>prove the charges under Sections 147, 353, 329 IPC."'

    17. In Paul Anthony's case it was held that in the criminal case as well as in the domestic enquiry, if the evidence let in was one and the same and in case, the criminal case ended in acquittal in favour of the employee, that there is no legally acceptable evidence to convict him, the same is relevant in the domestic enquiry. Hence, the punishment of dismissal of the employee against the verdict of the criminal case would be unjust and unfair and rather oppressive. 

    18. In Ajit Kumar Nag v. G.M.(PJ) Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., reported in 2005 (7) SCC 764, this Court in para 11 held as follows:

>"11. As far as acquittal of the appellant by a
>criminal court is concerned, in our opinion, the said
>order does not preclude the Corporation from taking an
>action if it is otherwise permissible. In our
>judgment, the law is fairly well settled. Acquittal by
>a criminal court would not debar an employer from
>exercising power in accordance with the Rules and
>Regulations in force. The two proceedings, criminal
>and departmental, are entirely different. They operate
>in different fields and have different objectives.
>Whereas the object of criminal trial is to inflict
>appropriate punishment on the offender, the purpose of
>enquiry proceedings is to deal with the delinquent
>departmentally and to impose penalty in accordance
>with the service rules. In a criminal trial,
>incriminating statement made by the accused in certain
>circumstances or before certain officers is totally
>inadmissible in evidence. Such strict rules of
>evidence and procedure would not apply to departmental
>proceedings. The degree of proof which is necessary to
>order a conviction is different from the degree of
>proof necessary to record the commission of
>delinquency. The rule relating to appreciation of
>evidence in the two proceedings is also not similar.
>In criminal case, burden of proof is on the
>prosecution and unless the prosecution is able to
>prove the guilt of the accused 'beyond reasonable
>doubt', he cannot be convicted by a court of law. In a
>departmental enquiry, on the other hand, penalty can
>be imposed on the delinquent officer on a finding
>recorded on the basis of 'preponderance of
>probability'. Acquittal of the appellant by a Judicial
>Magistrate, therefore, does not ipso facto absolve him
>from the liability under the disciplinary jurisdiction
>of the Corporation. We are, therefore, unable to
>uphold the contention of the appellant that since he
>was acquitted by a criminal court, the impugned order
>dismissing him from service deserves to be quashed and
>set aside."

**    19. It is well settled that the term "honourable acquittal" in a criminal case is that the accused got acquittal, when there is no criminal offence made out or the prosecution failed to establish the charges and in such circumstances, the acquittal could be construed  as a honourable acquittal. ** If an accused is acquitted by giving benefit of doubt in favour of the accused that would not be construed as honourable acquittal and in such a case, the Department is empowered to take action independently against the employee, as per the evidence available in the enquiry proceeding.

    20. In the instant case, as argued by the learned senior counsel appearing for the petitioner, the charges framed under Sections 498(A), 304-B and 306 IPC apart from  Section 4 of Dowry Prohibition Act, as per the decision rendered by the Sessions Court, Magalir Neethimandram, Coimbatore, is that there was no prima facie case made out and there was no evidence available to convict the petitioner under Sections 498(A), 304(B) and 306 IPC and Section 4 of Dowry Prohibition Act. As the occurrence had taken place at the parental house of the deceased, admittedly, the petitioner, husband of the deceased was not present at the time of her consuming cow-dung- powder, it cannot be said that he caused dowry death, whereby committed offence punishable under Sections 304 (B) IPC or induced her to commit suicide, in order to be punished under Section 306 IPC.

    21. As per the judgment rendered by the Sessions Court, it is seen that the petitioner being the husband of the deceased went to the house of the defacto complainant who was none other than his father-in-law and father of the deceased and asked him to send his wife along with the child, for which the father of the deceased was not willing and he replied that he will send his daughter only after some time, for which the petitioner said that he would take back his wife and child on the next day morning, hence, it would not be a sufficient reason or cause for the deceased consuming cow-dung-powder.

    22. Earlier there was no allegation of dowry harassment and no evidence available to punish the petitioner / accused under Section 498(A) IPC and Section 4 of Dowry Prohibition Act, as found by the Sessions Court. Hence, he was acquitted on the ground that the charges levelled against him were not proved.

    23. Having considered the facts and circumstances and the evidence available on record, in the light of various decisions rendered by the Hon'ble Supreme Court, I am of the view that the acquittal recorded in favour of the petitioner has to be construed, as honourable acquittal and in this case, the departmental enquiry is not an independent proceeding, but the same is solely based on the criminal case, that was pending against the petitioner, however, that ended in acquittal. On the aforesaid circumstances, it cannot be said that the petitioner could be punished, on the ground that the delinquency was proved in the Departmental proceeding, though the criminal case ended in acquittal. Both the Departmental proceeding and criminal case were based almost on the same charges and the evidence adduced by the prosecution witnesses before the Sessions Court, hence, to meet the ends of justice, I find it just and reasonable to allow this writ petition and set aside the impugned order. The non-intimation of the anticipatory bail, appearance before the concerned police and the enquiry conducted by the Revenue Divisional Officer cannot be sufficient to dismiss the petitioner from service.

    24. In the result, the writ petition is allowed and the impugned order passed by the respondent is set aside and the respondent is directed to re-instate the petitioner with continuity of service and other benefits, within a period of four weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. However, on the facts and circumstances of the case, it is made clear that the petitioner is not entitled to back-wages for the period of suspension, on the principle that "No work, no pay".  No order as to costs.

vga / tsvn


The Commandant,
T.S.P. IV Battalion,
Coimbatore 42

Brokers selling LLB degrees; Madras High Court issues notice ; petitioner produced CD & a pen drive containing conversation between a LL.B. admission broker and the candidates to substantiate his claim.

Brokers selling LLB degrees; Madras High Court issues notice

Murali Krishnan On June 28, 2013 - 5:37pm

The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court has issued notice in a writ petition filed by Advocate V Ramesh alleging that LL.B. degrees are being sold and bought for a "meager price" in Universities functioning in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

It is contended in the writ petition that unscrupulous elements have entered the legal profession in Tamil Nadu and are "involving themselves in kangaroo courts, illegal real estate dealings, police criminal nexus and other degrading activities through the LL.B. degrees procured from other States namely Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka etc".

The Petitioner has further alleged that law degrees are being obtained without attending regular college and even examinations are written by the agents of the brokers who engage in seat laundering for candidates in Tamil Nadu. He has also alleged that candidates with such bogus degrees then enroll as advocates in Tamil Nadu and subsequently become members of Bar Associations etc.

The Petitioner has, inter alia, prayed for directions to be issued to the Tamil Nadu Bar Council Chairman to frame guidelines to regulate the admission process. He has also prayed for appointment of an Adhoc Committee headed by any retired High Court Judge to conduct an enquiry into the enrollment of all candidates from other States in the past 10 years.

The petitioner also produced a CD and a pen drive containing the conversation between a LL.B. admission broker and the candidates to substantiate his claim. Advocate Peter Ramesh Kumar represented the Petitioner. 

After hearing the petitioner, Justice N. Kirubakaran issued notice to Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary and Law Secretary. The Court has also ordered the impleadment of Ministry of Human Resources department secretary, Bar Council of India, University Grants Commission Chairman, and all advocates associations in Tamil Nadu amongst others, according to ToI.

A copy of the petition is given below.

Loot the male & Loot the Govt. as well!! No Tax on (women receiving ) alimony !!



* Men Pay most of the tax

* Men pay more than 99% of the alimony in Indian Matrimonial cases

* Men pay more than 99% of the child support in Indian Matrimonial cases

* Now the Govt has exempted the women receiving such loot money // Alimony

* why should men be the pack horses bearing all the burnt of running the country, running the family and also paying alimony ???? beats me

********* news*********

Bright side of divorce IF you manage to loot your husband on divorce !!: No tax on lump sum alimony

LUBNA KABLY, TNN | Jun 29, 2013, 01.13 AM IST

Bright side of divorce: No tax on lump sum alimony

In a recent decision the Delhi Income-tax Appellate Tribunal has held that a lump sum payment received from a former husband, against relinquishment of monthly maintenance is a capital receipt and is not taxable.

MUMBAI: Marriages are made in heaven, but a divorce happens on earth and with it comes the inevitable question of alimony and its tax implications. In a recent decision the Delhi Income-tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) has held that a lump sum payment received from a former husband, against relinquishment of monthly maintenance is a capital receipt and is not taxable.

The case relates to a Delhi-based woman, who had received a lump sum of $99,000 from her ex-husband based in the United States, but had not shown the amount in her tax declaration. Based on current exchange rate this sum translates to approximately Rs. 60 lakh.

Under Indian tax laws, any sum of money received by an individual without any consideration (without getting anything in return), in excess of Rs 50,000 in a year, is taxable. But if the same is received from a relative, such as a spouse, or on certain occasions such as marriage, it is exempt.

The tax officer, in this case, had held that as the divorce had taken place several years ago, the Delhi-based resident was not a 'relative' and hence such payment was not exempt but taxable as 'income from other sources' in her hands. This approach adopted by the tax officer, was rejected at the first level of appeal - commissioner of income-tax (appeals).

The commissioner held that the amount was paid by way of alimony only because they were husband and wife. Thus the payment received was from a relative (which includes spouse).

Further it cannot be said that the lump sum amount was received without any consideration. It was received against relinquishment by the wife of her right to receive monthly alimony payments (both past arrears and future payments). Such monthly payments were provided for in the divorce agreement.

Hearing an appeal filed by the tax officer, the Delhi ITAT upheld the order of the CIT (appeals). It observed that: "In this case, the taxpayer was to receive monthly alimony which was to be taxable in each year. As such monthly payments were not received they were not offered for tax as income. The lump sum received by the woman was a consideration for relinquishing all past and future claims." It was a non-taxable capital receipt not liable to tax, concluded the ITAT.

"Tax on alimony payment cannot be avoided by merely taking a lump sum consideration. Various facts such as the period of time the monthly alimony was not received, action taken for receipt of such alimony, and the fact pattern of the final settlement by way of lump sum payment will determine whether it will be treated as non-taxable," cautions a civil advocate, attached to the Mumbai high court.


Girl takes porn videos of bathing neighbor and sells them in market. Victims brother finds them and files FIR !! लड़की ने नहाती पड़ोसन का वीडियो बनाकर बेचा, भाई ने क्लिप देख करवाई एफआईआर

Girl Bathing Porn Videos Sold In Market


लड़की ने नहाती पड़ोसन का वीडियो बनाकर बेचा, भाई ने क्लिप देख करवाई एफआईआर


लड़की ने नहाती पड़ोसन का वीडियो बनाकर बेचा, भाई ने क्लिप देख करवाई एफआईआर

लड़की ने नहाती पड़ोसन का वीडियो बनाकर बेचा, भाई ने क्लिप देख करवाई एफआईआर

लखनऊ/बाराबंकी. एक लड़की ने अपने ही पड़ोस में रहने वाली दूसरी लड़की की नहाते समय वीडियो बना ली। उसके बाद उसने अश्लील वीडियो को अपने दोस्तों और मोबाइल की दुकानों पर मोटी रकम लेकर बेच दिया। बाजार में बिक रही उस अश्लील वीडियो क्लिप्स को जब लड़की के भाई ने देखा तो उसके होश उड़ गए।
उसने वीडियो बनाने वाली लड़की को पकड़ कर पुलिस के हवाले कर दिया। पुलिस ने भाई की तहरीर के आधार पर उस लड़की के खिलाफ मामला दर्ज कर विवेचना शुरू कर दी है। मामला बाराबंकी के थाना सफदरगंज थाना क्षेत्र के है।
पीड़िता के भाई के मुताबिक, उसकी बहन का अश्लील एमएमएस बनाने वाली लड़की देह व्यापार करती है। वह इलाके में कई लड़कियों का अश्लील एमएमएस बना चुकी है। वह गांव में काफी अश्लीलता फैला रही है। वह वीडियो बनाकर मोबाइल की दुकानों पर अपलोड और डाउनलोड करने वालों से मोटी रकम में सौदा करती है।
आगरा में पर्यटन से भी तेज गति से फैल रहा है सेक्‍स कारोबार...


Friday, June 28, 2013

Live video !! Women employees, complainants sexually harassed @ NCW; Women Seeking resignation of G.Vyas.

Live video !! Women employees, complainants sexually harassed @ NCW; Women Seeking resignation of G.Vyas. 


new video !! Women Seeking resignation of Gir.Vyas. Women employees, complainants sexually harassed @ NCW

Husband, 4 family members acquitted in dowry harassment case, court said its case of suicide & false allegations of torture were levelled against them.

Press Trust of India

New Delhi  June 28, 2013 Last Updated at 17:30 IST

Husband, 4 family members acquitted in dowry harassment case

A man and his parents have been acquitted of the charges of murdering and harassing his wife for bringing insufficient dowry by a Delhi court which said it was a case of suicide and false allegations of torture were levelled against them.

Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) K S Pal also acquitted the man's brother and his wife of the charges of subjecting the woman to cruelty.

While freeing the five family members of Ganesh Nagar here, the court observed that now-a-days, there is a growing tendency adopted by the parents of deceased married woman, who died in her matrimonial house within seven years of marriage due to any reason, to implicate the husband and his relatives by making false allegations of harassment on ground of dowry demands due to their anger and to take revenge.

The court acquitted deceased Vinita's husband Lalit Kumar, his father Soran Singh, mother Ram Murti of the charges of murder, harassment for dowry and destruction of evidence. Lalit's brother Devender and his wife Urmila were acquitted of the charge of harassment.

"Undoubtedly, deceased Vinita committed suicide and there may be so many reasons to commit suicide and every suicide committed by any married woman at her matrimonial home, within seven years of her marriage, does not raise the presumption of dowry death in the absence of any harassment and torture on such married woman for or in connection with dowry demands, soon before her death," the judge said.

According to the police, Vinita was found hanging at her matrimonial house on April 11, 2011 and a case was lodged against her husband and in-laws for harassing and murdering her.

The victim's parents had told the police that Vinita had got married to Lalit in July 2009 and after 15 days of their marriage, the accused had started harassing and torturing her for dowry and were demanding a car.

[ those reading on tumblr pls check the header / blog post title ]

eloped love marriage after 4 years of love ends in Dowry case ! girl (19) returns home to allege dowry torture

dowry demand JUST one day after 4 year + eloped love marriage, Man Arrested ; Bizzaire case of 4 years love that ended in dowry case

**Short notes in English followed by detailed story in Tamil**

* 19 years old Sindhuja (NAME CHANGED) , d/o Ramesh of Guruvaraja Palayam Adi Dravidar Colony Ramesh was deeply in love with Kalaiselvan of Chennai
* They had been in love for the last four years
* a thought MAY cross your mind about Sindhuja's marriage ... but that thought should be immediately put off because it is her body and her choice
* In the meanwhile Parents of Kalaiselvan tried to fix an alliance for him elsewhere ... looks like they did not know about this love
* So. Sindhuja and Kalaiselvan eloped to Wallajah, (a neabry town) went to a temple and got married
* Then they returned home
* Now Sindhuja has given a complaint with police claiming that Kalaiselvan has sought dowry on the very second day of marriage even though they were in love for four years
* Police have registered a case and arrested Kalaiselvan


**திருமணமான அடுத்த நாளில் காதல் மனைவியிடம் வரதட்சணை கேட்டு மிரட்டல்: வாலிபர் கைது**

பதிவு செய்த நாள் : ஞாயிற்றுக்கிழமை, ஜூன் 23, 1:09 PM IST

ஆம்பூர், ஜூன்.23-

ஆம்பூர் அடுத்த குருவராஜபாளையம் ஆதிதிராவிடர் காலணியை சேர்ந்தவர் ரமேஷ். இவரது மகள் சிந்துஜா (வயது 19). (பெயர் மாற்றபட்டு உள்ளது). பிளஸ்-2 படித்துள்ளார். அதே பகுதியை சேர்ந்தவர் கலைசெல்வன் (வயது 28). சென்னையில் உள்ள ஒரு என்ஜினீயரிடம் உதவியாளராக பணிபுரிந்து வருகிறார்.

இருவரும் கடந்த 4 ஆண்டுகளாக காதலித்து வந்தனர். இந்நிலையில் கலைசெல்வனுக்கு அவரது பெற்றோர் வேறு இடத்தில் பெண் பார்த்து திருமண நிச்சயம் செய்தனர். அடுத்த மாதம் திருமணம் நடக்க இருந்த இந்நிலையில் கலைசெல்வன் தனது காதலியை அழைத்து கொண்டு வாலாஜா சென்றார். அங்கு உள்ள ஒரு கோவிலில் நேற்று முன்தினம் திருமணம் செய்து கொண்டார்.

பின்னர் அவர்கள் சொந்த ஊருக்கு வந்தனர்.

அப்போது கலைசெல்வன் தனது காதல் மனைவியிடம் உனது பெற்றோர் வீட்டில் இருந்து நகை, பணம் வாங்கி வந்தால் குடும்பம் நடத்த முடியும் இல்லாவிட்டால் உன்னை ஒழித்து விடுவேன் என்று மிரட்டினாராம்.

இதுகுறித்து சிந்துஜா ஆம்பூர் அனைத்து மகளிர் போலீசில் புகார் செய்தார்

போலீஸ் இன்ஸ்பெக்டர் யுவராணி வழக்கு பதிவு செய்து கலைசெல்வனை கைது செய்தனர். மேலும் விசாரணை நடத்தி வருகின்றனர்.

IF woman, you can leave your husband at will & court will send you with parents !! Caste Hindu woman ditches Dalit husband she married Feb 2012 !! Husband has sought re union !!

* IF you are a man, you can't get a divorce in 10 years
* you will be sent for mediation , this that , counselling and the cases can cases drag on and on and on
* IF you have an earning you will be made to pay thru your nose
* but IF you are a woman, you can have a chat with the judges and would be allowed to go with your parents !!
* Is this the equality that we are talking about




Woman allowed to stay with parents

TNN Jun 27, 2013, 02.28AM IST

MADURAI: A woman belonging to caste Hindu community who married a dalit man in February last year has told the Madurai bench of the Madras high court that she does not want to live with her husband. Police on Wednesday produced Gowthami of Salem before the division bench of Justice S Rajeswaran and T Mathivanan in connection with a habeas corpus petition.

Gowthami's husband, R Raghu, 24, of Shenoy Nagar in Madurai, moved the court, seeking reunion with his wife. Raghu, who is pursuing training as a health inspector in Madurai Medical College, registered his marriage with Gowthami with the sub-registrar's office in Royapuram in Chennai on February 3 last year.

He alleged that his father-in-law and brother-in-law had recently confined his kin and tortured them. Following complaint, the couple was taken to a police station for interrogation in March this year. He alleged that police threatened him to leave his wife. Following this, Raghu moved the high court. The court permitted the woman to go with her parents.

Taking the matter to the higher officials' knowledge, representations were sent to the officials on May 29. But, there was no action on their part.

Following it, he had filed habeas corpus petition through his counsel A Rajini before the Madras high court Bench against seeking custody of his wife.

When the matter was listed recently, the police was ordered to produce the concern woman before the court on June 26.

Accordingly, when the matter came up before the division bench consisted of Justices S Rajeswaran and T Mathivanan on Wednesday, the woman was produced by the police.

The bench enquired both husband and wife separately, during which the woman told the court about her wish to live with her parents and she did not want to go with her husband.

Besides, the woman's counsel M Natarajan also told the court that divorce petition has been filed by the woman before the concern court.

It is also noted that police security was tightened at the outside the court hall to prevent any untoward incident as the relatives of both sides, gathered.


woman who is NOT divorced from first legal hubby, files DOWRY case on (second) live in mate !! வரதட்சணை கேட்டு இளம்பெண் சித்ரவதை

Young live in woman files harassment and dowry case

short notes in English followed by news in Tamil

* It gets rather terrible by the day
* what is HAPPENING to poor Ablaa naaris in India
* my blood ......reading all this

* Now to the gist of the story
* this 20 year old woman is separated from her husband ..I mean original , legal husband
* there is NO mention of a divorce ....just mention of separation
* she then starts a live in with the next guy guy I mean her next known partner in this story
* she has a kid with this partner* by the way I forgot to tell you that she is 20 years old ...this poor thing
* now this live in partner is torturing this poor female for dowry etc
* oh my goodness
* the situation is so bad, she needs medical attention
* she has filed a case and the police are investigating


News in Tamil


வரதட்சணை கேட்டு இளம்பெண் சித்ரவதை

சேலம்:சேலம், ராமகிருஷ்ணா ரோடு பகுதியைச் சேர்ந்தவர் சூர்யா, 24. பெயிண்டராக வேலை பார்த்து வருகிறார்.

இவருடைய மனைவி கவிதா, 20. இவர்களுக்கு முனியம்மாள் என்ற குழந்தை உள்ளது.

கவிதா, ஏற்கனவே, முதல் கணவரை விட்டு பிரிந்து தனியாக வாழ்ந்த போது, சூர்யாவுடன் பழக்கம் ஏற்பட, இருவரும், கணவன், மனைவியாக வாழ்ந்து வந்தனர்.

இந்த நிலையில், சூர்யா, 20 ஆயிரம் ரூபாய், நகைகள் வாங்கி வருமாறு, கவிதாவை அடித்து துன்புறுத்தியுள்ளார். நேற்று , கவிதாவின் தலைமுடியை வெட்டி அலங்கோலப்படுத்தியதுடன், அடித்து காயப்படுத்தி சித்ரவதை செய்துள்ளார்.

அங்கிருந்து தப்பித்து வந்த இளம் பெண், பெற்றோர், உறவினர் உதவியுடன், சேலம் அரசு மருத்துவமனையில் சிகிச்சைக்காக சேர்ந்தார்.

அவருக்கு தீவிர சிகிச்சை அளிக்கப்பட்டு வருகிறது.

போலீசார் விசாரணை நடத்தி வருகின்றனர்.

ex Army man; now Armed policeman , arrested on wife's dowry complaint ! will this guy loose his job and run around courts for 10 years ?

*Brief notes in English and news in Tamil *


* Nagarajan aged around 36 is an Ex services man, who had taken voluntary retirement after serving the nation's armed forces
* He has joined the Virudhunagar Police Armed battallion
* His first wife had died earlier
* So he married Thenmozi aged about 34 years old
* Now Themozi has filed complaint that Nagarajan is torturing her for additional Dowry and threatening to murder her
* police have arrested Nagarajan


News below in Tamil


வரதட்சணை கேட்டு மனைவிக்கு சித்ரவதை: ஆயுதப்படை காவலர் கைது

By பாண்டியன், விருதுநகர்

First Published : 20 June 2013 05:26 PM IST

விருதுநகர் அருகே 2-வது மனைவியிடம் கூடுதலாக வரதட்சணை கேட்டு சித்ரவதை செய்து கொடுமைப்படுத்தியதாக ஆயுதப்படை பிரிவு காவலரை மகளிர் காவல் நிலைய போலீஸார் கைது செய்தனர்.

இது குறித்து அனைத்து மகளிர் காவல் நிலைய போலீஸார் தரப்பில் வியாழக்கிழமை கூறியதாவது: விருதுநகர் அருகே அல்லம்பட்டியைச் சேர்ந்தவர் நாகராஜன்(36). இவர் ராணுவத்தில் பணியாற்றி விருப்ப ஓய்வு பெற்றார். தற்போது, காவல் துறையில் பணிக்கு சேர்ந்து விருதுநகர் மாவட்ட ஆயுதப்படை பிரிவு காவலராக பணியாற்றி வருகிறார். ஏற்கனவே இவருக்கு திருமணமாகி முதல் மனைவி உயிரிழந்துவிட்டாராம்.

இதையடுத்து, இரண்டாவதாக அதே பகுதியைச் சேர்ந்த தேன்மொழி(34) என்பவரை 2 ஆண்டுகளுக்கு முன்பு  திருமணம் செய்து குடும்பம் நடத்தி வந்தார். இந்நிலையில் திருமணத்தின் போது நகை, பணம் மற்றும் போதுமான அளவிற்கு  சீர்வரிசை பொருள்கள் ஆகியவை வழங்கப்பட்டதாம். ஆனால் மறுபடியும் நகை பணம் கூடுதலாக வாங்கி வந்தால் தான் என்னோடு வாழ முடியும் என கூறி, தொடர்ந்து  கொடுமைப்படுத்தியும், சித்ரவதை செய்து கொலை செய்து விடுவதாகவும் மிரட்டினாராம்.

இது தொடர்பாக தேன்மொழி விருதுநகர் மாவட்ட காவல் கண்காணி்ப்பாளரிடம் நேரில் புகார் செய்தார். அதன் அடிப்படையில் அனைத்து மகளிர் காவல் நிலையத்தில் நடவடிக்கை எடுக்க உத்தரவிட்டார். அதன் பேரில் உடனே ஆயுதப்படை போலீஸார்   நாகராஜனை மகளிர் காவல் நிலைய போலீஸார் கைது செய்து விசாரணை செய்து வருகிறார்கள்


Forwarding an informative post from FB

Misuse of DV/498A - My Analysis


First read the below sections from internet throughly in the order :-
CrPC 340 >> CrPC 195 (b) (1) >> All the IPC sections specially those related to giving false statement.

Perjury = Making false statements under sworn affidavit + Fact which person should be knowing + Which may create a material loss to the opposite party

Three simple statement from wife, should clear all doubts about what falls under PERJURY.

Wife Statement 1 : My husband earns Rs. 20,000 >>>> This is not perjury. Because wife can always claim that husband lied about her salary.

Wife Statement 2 : I am 30 yrs old >>>> This is not perjury. Because such a lie doesnt creates a material loss to OP.

Wife Statement 3 : I have no source of income >>>>> This statement is applicable for perjury if wife is earning. Its a fact which wife should be knowing and can cause a material loss to husband's party.


Commandment 1:
Remember estranged wife is more intrested in your money rather than sending you behind bars. The initial JOSH from her side will fizz out once you get Anticipatory bail. Post AB, all they care about is $$$$. Therefore your sole objective is to make sure she cannot get hand on your hard-earned money/property.


Commandment 2:
DO NOT be shy to face the trial of 498A/406 in court. Objective should be to speed up criminal cases and delay maintenance cases (CrPC 125, HMA 24) and DV.


Commandment 3:
Now there are many ways to implement the commandment 2, however, since we all know how greedy and to what extent these educated ladies can lie.....PERJURY is a great tool to remind court that these ladies are NOT Raja Harish Chandra. Use the judgments from SC and your respective HC effectively.


(2004)7 SCC 166 para 13 (Supra):
"As a general rule, suppression of a material fact by a litigant disqualifies such litigant from obtaining any relief. This rule has been evolved out of the need of the Courts to deter a litigant from abusing the process of Court by deceiving it. But the suppressed fact must be a material one in the sense that had it not been suppressed it would have had an effect on the merits of the case…"

2005 SCC (Cri) 1322 para 21 (Supra):
"This apart, the respondent did not also disclose the fact in the criminal revision filed before the High Court that he has also been convicted in another Criminal Case No. 202 of 1997 by the Court of Metropolitan Magistrate, Patiala House, New Delhi. Thus, the contesting respondent has come to the High Court with unclean hands and withholds a vital document in order to gain advantage on the other side. In our opinion, he would be guilty of playing fraud on the Court as well as on the opposite party. A person whose case is based on falsehood can be summarily thrown out at any stage of the litigation.
We have no hesitation to say that a person whose case is based on falsehood has no right to approach the Court and he can be summarily thrown out at any stage of the litigation"
Re: Suo Moto Proceedings Against ... vs Unknown on 12 May, 2001
Equivalent citations: AIR 2001 SC 2204, 2001 CriLJ 2611, 2001 (4) SCALE 199
18. Keeping in view the facts and circumstances of this case, the record of proceedings in Suo Motu Contempt Petition (Criminal) No.5 of 2000 and Writ Petition No.77 of 2001, we are prima facie satisfied that the respondent herein, in his affidavit filed in support of the writ petition (for the purposes of being used in the judicial proceedings, i.e. writ petition), has wrongly made a statement that the age of Dr. Justice A.S. Anand has not been determined by the President of India in terms of-Article 217 of the constitution. We are satisfied that such a statement supported by an affricative of the respondent was known to him to be false which he believed to be false and/or atleast did not believe to be true. It is not disputed that an affidavit is evidence within the meaning of Section 191 of the Indian Penal Code and a person swearing to a false affidavit is guilty of perjury punishable under Section 193 IPC. The respondent herein, being legally bound by an oath to state the truth in his affidavit accompanying the petition is prima facie held to have made a false statement which constitutes an offence of giving false evidence as defined under Section 191 IPC, punishable under Section 193 IPC.
Chandra Shashi vs Anil Kumar Verma on 14 November, 1994
Equivalent citations: 1995 SCC (1) 421, JT 1994 (7) 459

1. The stream of administration of justice has to remain unpolluted so that purity of court's atmosphere may give vitality to all the organs of the State. Polluters of judicial firmament are, therefore, required to be well taken care of to maintain the sublimity of court's environment; so also to enable it to administer justice fairly and to the satisfaction of all concerned.
2. Anyone who takes recourse to fraud, deflects the course of judicial proceedings; or if anything is done with oblique motive, the same interferes with the administration of justice. Such persons are required to be properly dealt with, not only to punish them for the wrong done, but also to deter others from indulging in similar acts which shake the faith of people in the system of administration of justice.
B.K. Gupta vs Damodar H. Bajaj And Ors. on 10 January, 2001
Equivalent citations: 2001 (2) ALD Cri 83, JT 2001 (4) SC 422, (2001) 9 SCC 742

3. From the above, it follows that there are two conditions, on fulfillment of which a complaint can be filed against a person who has given a false affidavit or evidence in a proceeding before a court. The first condition being that a person has given a false affidavit in a proceeding before the court and, secondly, in the opinion of the court it is expedient in the interest of justice to make an inquiry against such a person in relation to the offence committed by him. It is no doubt true that the High Court has recorded a finding that the appellant has made a false statement on oath and has also used evidence known to be false and fabricated.