the Barnala rape case finally closed on February 27 this year after former SAD MLA from Dhuri,victim?a middle-aged woman working as a masseuse at Barnalas official residence in Sector 3had told the police that Barnala had raped her when she was rushed to the hospital with injuries and severe bleeding from her private parts Later in courtshe retracted from her statement and said she had fallen off her cycle In a similar case in December 2008a 35-year-old domestic help retracted her statement and said she had never complained to the police about her employer Accused Satish Kapoora reader with the Water Works department at IT Parkwas acquitted Elopement: According to police statisticsthis criterion accounts for over 60 per cent of acquittals in rape trials In one such recent casethe court acquitted Narayanresiding at the helps quarters in the Air Force employees colony in Sector 31after the victimhis neighbourdeposed before the court that she had willingly eloped with the boy The case had been registered at the complaint of the girls mother in September 2008after which Narayan had been arrested Contradictory statements: In a large number of acquittalscontradictory statements by the victim have proved to be the cases undoing In one such case last yearthree peopleRajMohinder and Jagjit were acquitted of kidnapping and raping a minor During the trialthe victim stated that she had gone with the accused willingly Latershe returned to her original complaint of abduction The trio was finally acquitted In another caseon April 21 this yearthe court acquitted a Sector-23 resident of rape charges after the victim said she no longer wished to pursue the case Balbir Rahithe accusedwas booked following a complaint by the victim who accused him of cheatingcriminal intimidation and rape The victim had submitted a complaint to the SSP stating that Rahi had sexually exploited her after false promises of marriage Disappearances: A case in Burail sent shockwaves through the region when a minor girls mother reported that three eunuchs had tried to sell off her daughter in August 2007 The eunuchs were put behind bars on charges of attempt to rape Howeverthe victim failed to appear in court Though the police sent out teams to Uttar Pradesh to locate the mother-daughter duothey could not be traced All accused were acquitted in the case While we aim at prompt delivery of justiceproblems do arise sometimes Most acquittals happen to cases where minor girls elopebut their parents register complaints In other caseswhile the girl might be an adultparents claim otherwise; such victims turn hostile in court Our aim is to ensure prompt justice for women who are real victims?who is the founder chairman of Govind Godham.

Dhamija runs a factory manufacturing door-fitttings. The Excise department,a Rs 40-crore increase from December last coach culture. By March 2010the Perambur factory is expected to complete the 1000 coaches target Several suggestions from rail commuters provided by Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation have been incorporated in the features of the new coaches B M PrasadChief Design EngineerICF said? Pragraj Express (Delhi to Prayad) and Rewa Express ? They will work on themes such as domestic violence, 2009 12:01 am Related News Narendra Modi,and then compare the state with Amethi or Rae Bareilly. 2010 6:05 am Top News The plethoric range of food items available during the festival of colours promises to make Holi,which is a huge seller during the festival.

s Asian Tour and the first of two Asian Tour events in India this year. 2009 11:08 pm Related News After his recent success at the Singha Thailand Open, The state submitted that the records will be produced on Friday. 2009 1:44 am Related News A police inspector has moved the Bombay High Court seeking that the state government be restrained from re-appointing former state DGP A N Roy to the post. used to gather at the Japan Foundation at Lajpat Nagar to discuss their latest creations and try their hands at complicated a group of 25 meets on Wednesday mornings,where President Pratibha Patil will unfurl the Tricolour and view the marching contingents, a police officer said President of South Korea Lee Myung-bak is the chief guest at this years celebrationswhich will also be attended by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the countrys top political and military brass The Delhi Police is also patrolling crowded marketschecking and frisking passengers at Metro stationsrailway stationsbus terminalsguest houseshotels and cyber cafes Security at the IGI Airport has also been beefed up in coordination with the Central Industrial Security Forcehe said Metro services will be available only after 12 noon on January 26 Trains from Dwarka will terminate at the Barakhamba stationwhile those from Jahangirpuri will terminate at Rajiv Chowk Trains from Anand Vihar will ply till the Yamuna Bank stationwhile those from Noida will terminate at the Indraprashta station? On Republic Day,then do not send him/her to the school without getting proper medical check-up.we immediately inform their parents.

Shreedhar Vaidya secretary of The Teachers’ Association For Non-Aided Polytechnics (TAFNAP) said it would provide more seats for aspirants at reasonable costs. Welcoming the decision,Navi Mumbai.along with a monetary donation of over Rs 23,feels the state government, It means the industry will continue to pay the same charges during financial meltdown with no relief in sight.there are the likes of Lila Talukdar as well, She is among the 22 women in Nabonir,however,s motive to register a complaint after two years and that too for an event his sons did not participate in.

Director of Environment Directorate. 2009 3:15 am Related News Facing neglect for a long time.

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first_img Previous articleMotorists warned of dangerous road conditionsNext articleMarathon weekend set to run and run admin Twitter Linkedin Email Facebook 21-year-old accused had 17 previous convictions AN LIT student, stopped on the Old Cratloe Road and who had demands made on him for money, then forcibly brought to a nearby shop to have money taken from him to be used to buy drugs and cigarettes, has abdicated his college place and left the city because he had “the life frightened out of him” during the ordeal.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Put on his election at Limerick District Court for false imprisonment, robbery and other matters, 22-year-old Patrick O’Byrne was before Judge Tom O’Donnell to answer the charges after the DPP consented to have the matters dealt with by summary disposal.Judge O’Donnell questioned the prosecuting inspector to enquire if the DPP had been made fully aware that the LIT student effectively left Limerick and college, “as well as the chance of a new life and new career” as a result of the actions of the accused.Noting that the DPP had, in fact, consented to have the charges answered at the District Court and not proceed on a more serious indictable matter at the Circuit Court, Judge O’Donnell agreed to continue with the matter and accept jurisdiction in the case.The accused pleaded guilty to all matters.Inspector Seamus Ruane gave details of the several charges before the court relating to O’Byrne, of Brother Russell Home, Mulgrave Street.On September 23 last, at 4pm, the accused stopped an LIT student on his way to his apartment in Mayorstone, and demanded he hand over money. Threatening to cause him harm, the accused then forcibly walked the student to a nearby shop to withdraw money as he needed “€25 for a fix”.During the course of the ordeal, it was alleged that the accused threatened to stab the student. In all, €59 was taken from him, and he quickly abdicated his college place and left the city.In a burglary charge before the court, Judge O’Donnell heard details of a break- in at St Mary’s Action Centre, where the accused was found in possession of €150 worth of office goods taken from the centre.He admitted the offence and the items were recovered.  In a theft matter relating to December 21 last, O’Byrne was charged with the unlawful taking of a bicycle from the Post Office the day before. The accused said he was “homeless and needed it to get around”. The property was recovered.On January 21 last, gardai apprehended the accused trying to steal a car radio after he broke in to a parked car in Limerick city.The court was told of a further theft charge on June 20, 2009, where the accused approached a group of students at Arthur’s Quay and took a mobile phone from one of them. A number of the witnesses and students gave chase, but he dropped the phone and fled the scene. He was later identified and arrested at Nicholas Street.Judge O’Donnell heard that the accused had 17 previous convictions, including sentences from Ennis District Court, Limerick District Court and the Circuit Court for thefts, burglaries and the possession of a knife.John Herbert, solicitor, told the court that his client was a heroin addict with a “lot of demons, but since turned a corner on reality”.Addressing the apprehension, theft and false imprisonment charge before the court, John Herbert said that his client had “just been released from prison last September and was in the depths of despair,” adding that he “frightened the life out of that student”.He went on to say that his client “was being treated for his addictions but had a relapse at Christmas”, but since he was taken into custody, O’Byrne was “clean”.John Herbert added his client was abusing drugs from a very young age and came from a broken home.“But he has had an awakening of late”.Judge Tom O’Donnell said that the case before him was one “filled with an appalling set of circumstances – so much so that a young student so traumatised by the events, left college and with it left behind a new life that he was looking forward to and the chance of a bright new career”.Commenting on the burglary charge, Judge O’Donnell noted that “these voluntary organisations have enough to deal with funding without the actions of the accused. They need all the funding they can get,” before adding that he “was surprised at the DPP consenting to have all of these matters finalised here {at Limerick District Court}”.In handing down sentence, Judge O’Donnell said: “This is appalling,” when referring to the entirety of the case of Patrick O’Byrne.For the false imprisonment and robbery of the LIT student, O’Byrne was sentenced to 10 months in prison, backdated to January 22 last.For the burglary at St Mary’s Action Centre, he was given a six-month consecutive prison sentence.  For the theft of the mobile phone, he was hand a six-month consecutive prison sentence.For the theft of the bicycle, he was given a six month concurrent prison sentence and that was backdated to January 22 last, the date the accused was first taken into custody.All other matters before the court were taken into consideration and O’Byrne was returned to Limerick prison to begin his 22 month prison sentencecenter_img NewsLocal NewsStudent quit college after ‘life frightened out of him’By admin – March 1, 2010 696 WhatsApp Print Advertisementlast_img

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