When will my problems end?
Ek aur shaadi kar lo, kripa aani shuru ho jayegi
Don, Somnath Bharti’s dog broke down during interrogation after Delhi Police conducted a narco analysis on him. Apparently, Don has spilled the beans after a round of tough questioning, which got the cops swooping in on Somnath Bharti.
Somnath Bharti, the ‘Night Raider’ and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA is playing hide and seek with law enforcement authorities for last one week. He has successfully managed to ditch Delhi police.
Fearing possible arrest in domestic violence case against AAP MLA Somnath Bharti, his dog, whose custody is being sought by Delhi Police for questioning, has decided to file for an anticipatory bail.
India’s most wanted fugitive Dawood Ibrahim has expressed his desire to be Pakistan’s ambassador to India in an effort to enjoy diplomatic immunity and fulfill his wish of coming back to India.
With topic of nabbing Dawood Ibrahim surfacing every now and then, NDA govt has today taken a decisive step to catch the most wanted terrorist alive.
After Somnath Bharti made the controversial statement on ensuring ‘safer Delhi for women’, his own party worker Kumar Vishwas has objected. The objection is not because of the derogatory nature of the statement. Mr. Vishwas’ grouse is that Somnath Bharti has failed to address the safety of beautiful men like him.
Unable to save 93 Mumbai blast convict Yakub Memon from getting hanged, the frustrated lot of Adarsh liberals have not given up.
Ram Sharma, a man from the city has willingly joined the whistle blowers list in the Vyapam Scam investigations instead of manually spending time and money to commit suicide.
As news of Dawood Ibrahim’s willingness to surrender to Indian authorities and subsequent rejection by Sharad Pawar started surfacing, it seems that the Govt is making yet another attempt to get the dreaded fugitive back.
Gang members and goons from several gangs and criminal organizations in Pilbhit district of Uttar Pradesh held a peaceful candle light march against central government for increasing petrol prices by 64 Paise per liter.