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Canadian court convicted person 25 wives 146 children

Canadian court convicted a person of having 25 wives & 146 children

Canadian court convicted person 25 wives 146 children. Toronto: Two people have been convicted of multiple marriages by a Canadian court. On Monday, the ban on multi-wedding custom in the country was right in its historic decision. One of the convicted persons has 25 wives and 146 children while the other has 5 wives.Winston Black

Police chalks out strategy to maintain law and order situation, nab gangsters

Strengthening Police control also on agenda Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Law and Order Rohit Chaudhary on Friday visited Ludhiana and discussed law and order situation with Police Commissioner and other officials. The officials discussed five point agenda of Punjab government which includes maintaining law and order situation, to nab gangsters and redressal of

Law graduates at tussle in Fatehgarh Sahib

Fatehgarh Sahib: Fatehgarh Sahib Assembly segment is likely to witness close contest between three law graduates from top political parties. SAD has nominated former Sirhind MLA Didar Singh Bhatti while AAP has declared Lakhbir Rai as its candidate. Though Congress till date has not officially declared its candidate but it is quite obvious that the

No point in calling assembly session when previous law not approved: Sunil Jakhar

Chandigarh: Punjab Congress vice president and chief spokesperson Sunil Jakhar on Monday questioned the purpose of calling special session of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha when the earlier law passed unanimously in March last is yet to get the Governor’s approval. Asserting that the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal was trying to befool the people of

China passes law to block Hong Kong independence

Beijing: China’s top legislative body passed an act on Monday to effectively bar the recently elected lawmakers Yau Wai-ching, and Baggio Leung from taking office in Hong Kongs legislature. A spokesperson of the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office issued a statement hailing the adoption of an interpretation of Basic Law of Hong Kong Special

Cow protectors work under law: RSS chief

Nagpur: Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Tuesday came in for the resuce of cow protectors saying that they operate under law.”There are some people who are dedicated to cow protection, it is part of directive principles of state policy,” Bhagwat said while delivering his annual speech during the 91st foudation day of

Lanka to bring in new anti-terror law: PM

Colombo: Sri Lanka would soon bring in a new anti-terrorism law, Prime Minster Ranil Wickremesinghe said today. Wickremesinghe was addressing a joint press briefing with New Zealand Premier John Key in Auckland where he is on a visit. “We hope to be able to bring in the draft law soon,” Wickremesinghe said. The New Zealand

Don’t tolerate cow vigilantism, punish those who take law in their hands

Bathinda: Chairman of Punjab Gau Sewa commission, Kimti Lal Bhagat in a programme said that cow protection groups shouldn’t take law in their hands and should inform the management for any action in case they have any information about cows in danger . Bhagat claimed that the cattle pounds are being setup with an expenditure

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State FMs to meet industry chambers to discuss model GST law

New Delhi: Gearing up for the roll out of GST from April 1, the state finance ministers will meet representatives of trade and industry on August 30, to sort out vexed issues like place of delivery of services, registration of entities and intra-company services. The meeting comes in the backdrop of certain procedural issues raised

Dhumal blames government for deteriorating law and order

Shimla: Former BJP Chief Minister and leader of Opposition Prem Kumar Dhumal on Tuesday criticised the Congress government for the deteriorating law order in the state over the last three and half years. In a release here, the former CM said the lawlessness in Congress rule has reached an extent that capable officers are not

Present law, order situation is SAD strategy, says Channi

Chandigarh: Punjab Congress Legislature Party chief Charanjit Singh Channi on Monday asked the people of Punjab to understand the nefarious designs of the SAD-BJP to break its alliance on the issue of worst-ever law and order situation in the state to polarize this sensitive state. Both these parties were working mutually on the common design

Rayat Bahra Hoshiarpur campus starts 5-year law

Hoshiarpur: Rayat Bahra Group of Institutions has introduced a new integrated BA-LLB course for students from the current academic session 2016-17. The law degree would be awarded by Panjab University, Chandigarh. Gurvinder Singh Bahra, Chairman of the Rayat Bahra Group of Institutions (RBGI) said that there would be total of 120 seats available in this

Pb govt alert to foil any attempt to disturb law & order:Badal

Malout (Pb): Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today said the SAD-BJP alliance government is fully alert and always ready to foil any nefarious attempt aimed at disturbing the law and order situation in the state. The state government was keeping a strict vigil to crush the ugly head of anti-national forces which were trying

Youth killed allegedly by father, brother

Balrampur (UP): A 22-year-old youth was killed when he opposed his father’s alleged attempt to rape his wife in Gaura area, on Friday. According to the FIR filed by the victim Kishan Kumar’s wife, her husband, who opposed an alleged rape bid by his father, was forced to drink poison and was set afire while

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Cong to bring law to free Punjab of drug menace: Rahul

Jalandhar: Accusing the Akali Dal government of providing protection to illicit drugs trade in Punjab, Rahul Gandhi today said Congress party will help free the state of the menace by bringing in a new law and restore the money made by drug dealers to the victim families.Addressing a dharna staged by the Congress here against

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Capt Amarinder urges Canadian govt to prevent abuse of law

Chandigarh: Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday slammed the Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) for playing into the hands of the Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) and the Aam Aadmi Party at the same time by trying to abuse an otherwise well-meaning and well-intentioned law aimed at protecting and safeguarding the human

Will ensure strict compliance with law to fight female foeticide: Akhilesh

Lucknow: Condemning the pratice of female foeticide, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today said his government will ensure “strict compliance” with the law against it even as he called for a “change in mentality” to fight the menace. “The government will deal with the problem with full sincerity and ensure strict compliance with the law