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Govt of Rajasthan challenges Bollywood actor Salman in Arms Act case


Jodhour-Notice has been assued by a sessions court to Bollywood actor Salman Khan, on a Govt of Rajasthan  plea against his acquittal in an Arms Act case linked to alleged hunting of Chinkaras by him in 1998 in Jodhpur. District and Sessions Judge Bhagwan Das Agarwal issued notice to the actor, seeking his reply to the government's plea by 21st of next month.Rajasthan state Govtt has challenged Khan's acquittal in the Arms Act case involving alleged possession of unlicensed weapon by him for hunting deers in 1998 in Jodhpur.Chief Judicial Magistrate of Jodhpur had acquitted Salman in the Arms Act case citing technical grounds, saying he had been prosecuted under wrong sections.

Swaraj expressed deep pain over suspected hate crimes in the US
New Delhi conveyed its concern to Washington about suspected hate crimes recently on Indians in the United States. India's Ambassador to the US Navtej Sarna said in a series of tweets that he underlined to the US authorities the need to prevent such incidents and protect Indian community.Mr Sarna said the US State Department assured they were working to bring the culprits to book and working with all agencies concerned to ensure speedy justice.India Ambassador  took up the matter with the State Department after reports came in that a 39-year-old Sikh, Deep Rai was shot at by an unidentified man outside his home who allegedly shouted 'go back to your own country'.

Violence against women is painful, unfortunate: Pranab


Recurring violence against women is painful, unfortunate and a matter of concern said President Pranb Mukherjee. He was Inaugurating the Centenary Celebrations of the Women's Indian Association in Chennai.He termed as disturbing violence against women, which is happening on a daily basis.President Mukherjee said, no society can call itself civilised, if it does not honour women. The primary objective of civilisational values is to respect women, but still we have to walk miles to achieve it, he added.

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