22 Apr 2018, Edition - 1013, Sunday
- The IMF in the latest World Economic Outlook (WEO) has projected India to grow at 7.4 per cent in 2018 and 7.8 per cent in 2019
- The proposal demanded death penalty to those raping a child of below 12 years of rape
- ‘If you can rape then you can’t be a juvenile, I am in favour of this’, says Subramanian Swamy, MP, BJP on PM’s cabinet meeting agenda
- Mattis has welcomed Japan’s plan to review its National Defence Program Guidelines by year end
- EXCLUSIVE: Massive protest by Dalit group, thousands protest over the dilution of SC/ST Act, blocks T.N-Karnataka highway
- 1993 Bombay blast accused’s Parole rejected, Abu Salem’s Parole rejected by jail authorities, Abu Salem sought Parole to get married
Kerala HC rejects plea against cops for allowing visitors meet Dileep in jail
Covai Post Network
January 4, 2018
Kochi: Kerala High Court dismissed a petition accusing police of violating norms to allow visitors to meet actor Dileep in jail.
The court also rejected claims made by a Thrissur native that the surveillance cameras inside the jail were not functional.
It accepted the police report that there was no violation of norms in permitting visitors and that all the cameras inside the jail were functional.
Dileep was arrested and jailed for 85 days in connection with the abduction and abuse of a popular actor in February last year.