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Cops take qazi into custody for solemnising contract marriage

HYDERABAD: The 70-year-old Omani national who was arrested last week for allegedly entering into a 15-day contract marriage with a 17-year-old girl from Old City was booked under the Nirbhaya Act on Monday. The accused, Sheikh Khamis Mohammed Khamis ... Times of India, 4 weeks ago

Traffickers use job visa

Representational Picture (Photo: AFP) Hyderabad : After the city police and rights groups tightened the net to prevent sham marriages the racketeers have started sending poor women from the old city to the Gulf after offering them jobs. The ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago

Crime In Hyderabad (4.4.2015)

Man ends life in Hayathnagar (Siasat News): A man, who was very upset over his domestic disputes and unsound financial conditions, ended his life. This incident occurred in Hayathnagar Police limits where the deceased Gurva Reddy, 30, hanged ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago
NDTV

Hyderabad's new bride bazaar

Hyderabad: The Old City area of Hyderabad, home to mainly poor Muslim families, was once notorious as a hunting ground for Arab sheikhs keen to buy young brides. Now, it's students from North Africa who are exploiting the poverty that resides in so ...
 NDTV1 month ago

72-Year Old Arab Sheikh Marries Teenager In Hyderabad For A Sum of Rs 1 Lakh

Hyderabad city cops arrested Al Sanaidi Khamis Mohammad Khamis, 72, an Arab Sheikh from Oman, for marrying a 17-year old city girl on contract basis. Police told the media that along with the marriage papers, divorce documents were also signed.
 Indiatimes4 weeks ago 70-year-old Arab sheikh marries teenager on contract, arrested  The Hindu1 month ago
DAWN Group

Muttahida makes gains in CBH elections

HYDERABAD: Canto­nment Board Hyderabad (CBH) elections held for eight wards on Saturday yielded upsets for the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and gains for the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). According to unofficial results, the ward-4 results led ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago All nomination forms for Hyderabad Cantt's two wards rejected  DAWN Group4 weeks ago
DAWN Group

JUI-F rally warns govt against targeting seminaries, ulema

HYDERABAD: The Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) on Thursday took out a big rally and held a public meeting in Hyderabad against closure of seminaries in the country in the name of the ongoing military operation against terrorists. JUI-F leaders ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Police to hold job melas in old city

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A file photo of the job mela organised in the old city. After social issues like child labour problem, private financers collecting exorbitant interest and fake babas, the south zone police now plan to ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

The city that won't change

The by-election in NA-246 was supposed to be a game-changer. However, the result showed that there were not the changes expected, perhaps because the problems of the constituents have not been addressed by either the federal or provincial ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 days ago
Pakistan Observer

Cantt Boards polls wake-up call for many

- POLITICAL parties and their leaders may look happy at the results of last week's local government elections in cantonment areas, but in effect these were a wake-up call for most of them. Studied closely, voting pattern would clearly signal ...
 Pakistan Observer1 week ago
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