5 youths externed from Bihar village


Patna, June 1 : A village panchayat in Bihar's Saran district has externed five youths for 11 months in connection with using abusive language against a particular caste. Upon finding the youth guilty, the Panchayat members paraded them in the village holding shoes on the head and also ordered them to stay "Tadipaar" (externed) for 11 months from the village. The incident took place on Tuesday in Mithepur Panchayat under Garkha police station which has the dominance of a particular caste and the Panchayat members also belong to it. The youths were accused of abusing the caste after they came live on faceboook a few days ago. On Tuesday, the offended villagers nabbed the five and convened a panchayat meeting. As per the order of the Panchayat, the youths were held guilty and paraded in the village. When contacted, the SHO of Garkha police station RS Rawat said: "We have sent police to the village to record the statements of the youths' families. We have also registered an FIR on the basis of a video going viral on the social media. The investigation is currently underway." /IANS


ED conducts raids in cattle smuggling case in Bengal
[Birbhum: Officials of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) leave after conducting a raid at the residence of stone merchant Tulu Mondal, a close aid

PIL in Calcutta HC demands removal of Paresh Adhikari as Bengal minister
[Kolkata: Leader of the Opposition in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly Suvendu Adhikari addresses BJP workers during a protest over the alleged te

Goa Police crackdown on drunken driving, Tourism Minister hails decision
Panaji, Aug 3 : Stating that crackdown on drunken driving was a good step for tourism, state Minister Rohan Khaunte on Wednesday said that everyone sh