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  1. A Mumbai sessions court on Friday sentenced the three repeat offenders in the two Shakti Mills gang-rape cases to death under the provision of section 376E under the Indian Penal Code that carries the maximum of death penalty.

    Kasim Bangali, Ashfaque Shaikh and Vijay Jadhav, accused in Shakti Mill rape case, are being taken to the session court from Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai. (HT photo/Vijayanand Gupta)
    It is the first time in the country that rape convicts have been sentenced to death under this section that was brought in by the new Criminal Law (Amendment) Act in 2013 after the brutal Delhi gang-rape case.

    The fourth convict Siraj Rehman Khan, 24, who was involved in the photojournalist gang-rape case was sentenced to imprisonment for the rest of his natural life.

    Published by The Hindustan Daily, In Mumbai. Live Urdu News publisher from Mumbai.

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  2. A Borivli-based advocate, Jitendra Damani, has filed a defamation case against BJP's North Mumbai candidate, Gopal Shetty, for calling advocates robbers. Shetty had allegedly put up banners on SV Road, Borivli stating `Lootere Vakilose Savdhan' in September.

    "After our complaint, he was called to the high court Bar Council and he assured us that he would remove the banner and also tendered an apology. This was in December. However, he did not remove the banner.

    So we informed the Public Grievances Cell of the high court, which on March 25 sent a letter directing us to take appropriate action and file a defamation case against him.

    Thereafter, on March 25 itself, advocate Jitendra Damani wrote a letter to Shetty seeking an unconditional apology, but Shetty's advocate replied stating that he was not going to apologize. So we have filed a defamation suit against him in the Borivli magistrate court. A case has been registered and next week summons will be issued," said advocate Dharmesh Damani, son of advocate Jitendra Damani.

    When contacted, Shetty said: "He has sent me a notice. This advocate has taken Rs 3,50,000 from poor shopkeepers and cheated them in a case against the BMC."

    "In any case they (shopkeepers) were eligible for rehabilitation and alternate accommodation. After his complaint, I explained the case to the Bar Council and they accepted my defence. But the advocate went ahead and filed a case against me. Now I will fight it out in the court."

    Published by The Hindustan Daily, In Mumbai. Live Urdu News publisher from Mumbai.

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  3. The clashes erupted when members of the Shiv Sena along with their candidate Arvind Sawant arrived to file their nomination papers while the MNS candidate Aditya Shirodkar and his supporters were already present there filing their papers. According to some eye witnesses, two cars were set on fire by the raging mob and atleast 50 party cadres from both parties were detained.

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  4. Mumbai DCP talking on MNS & Shivsena Humgama.

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  5. Clashes broke out between political rivals Shiv Sena and Maharashtra Navanirman Sena (MNS) Thursday afternoon, while filing nomination papers at the Mumbai Collectors Office at Old Customs House in Mumbai.

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