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Court orders NRI who hid income to pay Rs.70 lakh alimony
Report dated 31/05/2011 @ 4:59 PM
A Dubai based NRI banker VP of a multinational bank who left his wife and child and concealed his income to dodge paying alimony, has been caught and ordered by the Delhi High Court to pay maintenance of Rs.70 lakhs, to end the matrimonial battle.
The banker was summoned to Delhi by the Court who took an undertaking from him to settle the matter.
The marital discord began in 2008, eight years after the couple were married. The wife approached the lower court with a complaint of domestic violence and told the court she was deserted by her husband and compelled to return to India from Dubai. After many back and forth arguments accusations and claims, the couple arrived at a settlement.
NRI arranges acid hit on woman health worker
Report dated 31/05/2011 @ 2:31 AM
Police in Jalandhar have arrested three young men who threw acid on the face of a woman in Nadala village.
NRI Jaspreet Singh confessed he had carried out the crime on the orders of his French based cousin Kamaljeet Singh's Sri Lankan wife, who believed her husband was going to leave her and marry his girlfriend.
Jaspreet returned to India from Dubai where he was based, and arranged two local associates to throw acid on the face of the girlfriend who worked at a hospital in Nadala. The two however threw acid on the wrong girl, Daljit Kaur, who also worked at the same hospital. The acid burned the girl's face and head.
Jaspreet told police he was lured by the French Sri Lankan wife's promise that she would get him to France, apart from paying money. Jaspreet struck a deal for Rs.1 lakh with the two accused locals who were paid an advance.
Pakistan Rangers guard NRI don Dawood's Karachi home
Report dated 24/05/2011 @ 5:59 PM
Dawood Ibrahim, India's most wanted fugitive, now lives in Karachi, where his villa is guarded by Pakistani Rangers and monitored by the Inter Service Intelligence (ISI) of Pakistan.
The imminent lavish wedding of his son Moin, has been postponed because the father is being wary given the changing scenario in the region.
Moin is to marry Benazir, a Pakistan born Canadian national.
NRI couple plead guilty to selling fake drugs in US
Report dated 18/05/2011 @ 6:33 PM
Indian American couple Nita Patel 47 and Harshad Patel 57, have pleaded guilty before a US court of selling counterfeit prescription drugs made in India.
The couple offered 'generic' forms of patented pharmaceutical products for sale over the internet, the source of which was an Indian company. Among the products offered for sale by them was 'Generic Viagra', 'Generic Cialis' and 'Generic Levitra' each of which is a patent-protected erectile dysfunction drug manufactured in the US.
The Patels face a maximum of 10 years in jail and a $250,000 fine, or twice the gross gain or loss from the offense. Another Indian, Moloy Ghosh 31, from whose business in India the drugs were shipped, has already pleaded guilty in the case and been sentenced to eight months in prison.
Sentencing in the case of the Patels is scheduled for August.
NRI jailed for stealing ex-president of Cyprus' corpse
Report dated 18/05/2011 @ 6:31 PM
An Indian and two others have been jailed for stealing the corpse of former Cyprus president Tassos Papadopoulos from his grave over two years ago.
The Indian immigrant has been given an 18 month sentence and the two others who are brothers, one of whom has already been in jail for murdering two women, were given a 20 month prison sentence. They were found guilty on the strength of their own admission and other evidence of conspiring to commit several crimes, of illegally entering a burial site, and of stealing the corpse of Papadopoulos and insulting his memory.
The actual stealing of the corpse in 2009 was carried out by the brother of the jailed criminal. He was assisted by an immigrant worker from India.