Parents 'catch caretakers beating and drugging children with red wine to make them sleep' after they forget to turn off CCTV cameras. Video courtesy: YouTube
Salman Khan's 2002 Hit & Run Case had a dramatic twist as in an important testimony, a witness said in Mumbai on Tuesday that actor Salman Khan did not smell of alcohol on the night of the accident 12 years ago. The 63-year old Francis Fernandes is the 7th witness and he made many more statements which might prove that Salman Khan is not guilty.
A bar waiter on May 19 identified actor Salman Khan in a court. Watch the video to know a shocking revelation made by the 4th witness in Salman Khan's 2002 hit and run case. Salman Khan ran over his car over people sleeping on footpath in suburban Bandra, 12 years ago.
The 3 witnesses of Salman Khan's 2002 hit and run case Manu Khan, Mohammed Kalim Iqbal Pathan and Muslim Shaikh have identified Salman Khan in a sessions court saying they had seen him getting down from the car. Salman Khan was accompanied by his sisters Arpita and Alvira Khan at the Sessions Court, C.S.T Mumbai.
A dramatic twist has taken a forefront in Salman Khan's highly publicized 2002 hit- and -run- case. Salman Khan was himself present at the hearing along with sisters Alvira Khan,Arpita and his bodyguard Shera.Both the sisters Arpita and Alvira were worried while Salman Khan was calm during the court room proceedings. Also present were the witnesses of the case Munnu Khan,Muslim Sheikh who identified Salman as one of the key accused in the case. Watch the courtroom drama in this video.
Salman Khan in trouble after witnesses identify him in hit-and-run case, tell court that drunk actor was behind the wheel. Salman Khan in trouble for his 2002 hit-and-run case.
In an important landmark for the Indian space program, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV today places the second Indo-French satellite 'SARAL' and six other co-passengers or small satellites from Canada, Austria, Denmark and the UK in orbit. Video courtesy: NDTV
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More than seven lakh people throngs the streets in Odisha's temple town of Puri to witness the world famous Ratha Yatra
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