Seer murdered inside his ashram in Maharashtra's Nanded; suspect in custody, robbery may be motive: police
Superintendent of Police Vijaykumar Magar said sadhu Shivacharya Nirnay Rudrapratap Maharaj (33) and a 50-year-old man identified as Bhagwan Shinde were killed around 4 am in Nagthana under Umri police station limits.
Heavy rains lash parts of Delhi leading to waterlogging; Rashtrapati Bhavan cancels Change of Guard ceremony
Delhi came to a virtual standstill after heavy rains lashed several parts of the national capital on Saturday, leading to excessive waterlogging and traffic snarls.
Temple in Uttar Pradesh's Hamirpur 'purified' with Ganga river water after BJP MLA Manisha Anuragi's visit
A temple in Uttar Pradesh's Hamirpur was "purified" with the waters of the river Ganga and statues of the deities were sent to Allahabad for "purification" after a woman BJP MLA visited the temple.
The Delhi Police sent a notice to self-styled godman Daati Maharaj, accused of raping a disciple, asking him to join a probe in a rape case registered against him.
Madhya Pradesh Police rescue three girls from Indore ashram of absconding 'godman' Virendra Dev Dixit
Another ashram of molestation-accused 'godman' Baba Virendra Dev Dixit has been found in Indore of Madhya Pradesh and three girls rescued from there, said police
DCW rescues five more minor girls kept in 'prison-like' ashram by absconding godman Virendra Dev Dixit
After rescuing 41 minor girls from an ashram of molestation-accused 'godman' Baba Virendra Dev Dixit, the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Saturday rescued five more minor girls, kept in "prison-like" confinement by the absconding 'Baba' from another ashram.
Five juveniles in school uniform allegedly stabbed to death an 18-year-old college student in a bus on southeast Delhi's Mathura Road, following which four of them were apprehended,
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh's Dera Sacha Sauda ashram in Puri is found to have encroached about 12 decimal of government land in Puri-Konark marine drive area
In a huge embarrassment to Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), a party corporator Ashish Damle was caught on camera breaking into an ashram in Badlapur
Rejecting allegations of forced castration inside his asharam, Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh on Sunday said behead him if the charges against him are proved true.
The massive operation to locate and arrest controversial 'godman' Rampal cost the exchequer over Rs 26 crore, the Punjab and Haryana High Court was today told. Amidst tight security, Rampal was produced before a division bench of justices M Jeyapaul and Darshan Singh here which adjourned the case to December 23 when Rampal would be produced along with co-accused Ram Pal Dhaka and O P Hooda.
As part of the ongoing search of arrested godman Rampal's Satlok Ashram, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Haryana Police on Monday recovered more arms and ammunition from the premises.
Sant Rampal, the self proclaimed Godman from Haryana who was arrested in his ashram following a violent and bloody standoff between his supporters and the police, is reportedly claiming complete ignorance of the events that left many people injured and at six dead.
With arrest of controversial godman Rampal in Haryana two days back, his under-construction ashram in Betul wore a deserted look as some of the followers left the place.
A day after his arrest, followers of Rampal were gradually coming out of his ashram here even as the security personnel were treading with caution.
Rampal rejected charges that he had asked thousands of his followers to be kept "hostage" for past several days inside his ashram.
Ruling out any talks with 'godman' Rampal, authorities on Wednesday mounted pressure on him as sedition and other serious charges were slapped against him and several of his followers while bodies of four women were found in the ashram here in Haryana, a day after clashes
Efforts to arrest self-styled 'godman' Rampal, who is holed up in his ashram, will continue, police said on Wednesday after suspending the operation overnight following clashes between his supporters and security personnel that left over 200 people injured.
The News Broadcasters Association on Tuesday strongly condemned the "brutal assault" by policemen on journalists and camera persons outside the ashram of controversial 'godman' Rampal in Hissar, terming it as a frontal attack on freedom of press.