East corporation Mayor Annapurna Mishra seems to have taken a liking to speaking on camera. When a TV journalist asked her whether the civic agency has adequate manpower and machinery for desilting, Mishra said, “Pehle camera on kijiye phir hi mein bataungi (I will not speak until you begin recording).”
15 minutes of fame
The Arushi Talwar-Hemraj double murder is one of the most high-profile cases that the Ghaziabad court has ever seen. While the CBI has a separate set of lawyers, the criminal case advocates in Ghaziabad have all been wanting to represent one of the parties in the case. The ones who are already part of the hearing are trying to make the best use of media attention. One of the lawyers involved, who represents a domestic help initially named as an accused, now has a board outside his chamber. It reads, “Arushi case mein shaamil. Rashtriya khyati prapt abhivakta,” courtesy of all the media attention.
Never lie to the court
What could have initially appeared as an innocuous exercise to skip a summons by the court has put a Delhi Police constable in trouble. In March, the constable, posted with Seelampur police station in Northeast Delhi, sent a letter stating that he could not appear in court as he was on medical leave. Three months on, Metropolitan Magistrate Dharmender Rana has started criminal proceeding against him for perjury and not attending the court as per an order. The reason: The magistrate asked the area ACP if the constable
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