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Famous Perfume Designer Monika Ghurde Murdered In Goa

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It came as a shock to everyone after 39-year-old famous perfume designer, researcher Monika Ghurde was found dead at her residence in Sangolda, Goa on October 7. According to reports, Monica was raped and murdered as she was found n*ked with her hands and legs tied.

The police are currently investigating the matter and is also suspected to be the case of robbery. The exact cause of death is yet to know and the same will be revealed after the postmortem reports are out. Meanwhile, the police are interrogating the neighbours and other close people to nab the accused.

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Cops vs lawyers: Nov 3 order needs no clarification: HC

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New Delhi, 6 Nov : The Delhi High Court on Wednesday said that its November 3 order directing no coercive steps against the lawyers against whom FIRs were registered in the aftermath of Tis Hazari court violence on November 2 is “self-explanatory and needs no clarification”.

The order was passed by a division bench, presided by Chief Justice D.N. Patel and Justice C. Hari Shankar on a plea by the Home Ministry, seeking clarification on the court’s earlier order. The Ministry of Home Affairs, which directly controls Delhi Police, sought clarification whether protection was extended only with respect to the two FIRs registered on November 2 after the Tis Hazari violence and not the subsequent events.

During the course of hearing, the bench heard another application filed by the Delhi Police seeking expunction of certain observations made by the Court in its para 15 of the November 3 order.

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Centre to take call on onion imports as prices surge

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New Delhi, 6 Nov : With supplies running short and onion prices at Rs 80 a kg, the Consumer Affairs Ministry said on Tuesday that the government will act as a facilitator for onion imports to ease the process and ensure a quick and healthy supply from other countries.

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Remembered for her leadership, Kiran Bedi gets emotional

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New Delhi, 6 Nov : Hours after Delhi Police personnel protesting outside the Police Headquarters remembered one of their most beloved officers with loud chants of “Kiran Bedi lao, Delhi Police bachao”, the Puducherry Lt. Governor took to Twitter to share her memories and emotions of an era gone by when the national capital had seen similar scenes of protesting as they vented anger over their colleagues being thrashed by lawyers.

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