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Veersen Aanandrao alias Baba Kadam was a Marathi novelist famous for his detective novels. During his career his wrote over 50 novels, most notably, BhaluPanchand Najuk Bote. As a law graduate he worked as a police prosecutor.
While working as a police prosecutor he experienced number of human incidents related to humorous side, which he penned down his experiences in the court and he became popular as a novelist.
Kolhapur — Kolhapur is a historic city in India. It is the headquarters of Kolhapur district. Prior to Indian Independence, Kolhapur was a nineteen gun salute princely state ruled by the Bhosale Chhatrapati of the Maratha Empire, Kolhapur is mentioned in the Devi Gita, the final and key chapter of the Devi-Bhagavata Purana, a special text of Shaktism. Still I am now telling something out of My affection to My Bhaktas, there is a great place of pilgrimage named Kollapura in the southern country.
Here the Devi Ambabai always dwells, the famous Jyotiba temple is also located in the Kolhapur.
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The Shilahara family at Kolhapur was the latest of the three and was founded about the time of the downfall of the Rashtrakuta Empire and they ruled over southern Maharashtra, the modern districts of Satara, Kolhapur and Belgaon. Their family deity was the goddess Ambabai, whose blessing they claimed to have secured in their copperplate grants, like their relatives of the northern branch of Konkan, the Shilaharas of Kolhapur claimed to be of the lineage of the Vidyadhara Jimutavahana.
They carried the banner of golden Garuda, one of the many titles used by the Shilaharas was Tagarapuravaradhisvara, supreme sovereign ruler of Tagara. The first capital of the Shilaharas was probably at Karad during the reign of Jatiga-II as known from their copper plate grant of Miraj, hence sometimes they are referred as Shilaharas of Karad. Later on although the capital was shifted to Kolhapur, some of their grants mention Valavada, even though the capital was shifted to Kolhapur, Karhad retained its significance during the Shilahara period.
Later on they acknowledged the suzerainty of the later Chalukya for some time and they had used Kannada as the official language as can seen from their inscriptions.
This branch continued to hold the Southern Maharashtra from circa tofrom to CE, Kolhapur was the centre of power of the Shilahara dynasty. An inscription at Teradal states that the king Gonka was bitten by a snake then healed by a Jain monk, Gonka then built a temple to Lord Neminath, the twenty-second Jain tirthankara. Jain temples in and around Kolhapur from this era are called Gonka-Jinalya, around CE, during the reign of Bhoja I, a dynamic Acharya named Maghanandi, founded a religious institute at the Rupanarayana Jain temple.
Maghanandi is also known as Siddhanta-chakravarti, that is, the master of the scriptures. Kolhapur was the site of confrontation between rulers of the Western Chalukya Empire and the rulers of the Chola empire, Rajadhiraja Chola. Maharashtra — Four Maharashtra is a state in the western region of India and is Indias second-most populous state and third-largest state by area.
It is the wealthiest Indian state and it is also the worlds second-most populous sub-national entity. It has over million inhabitants and its capital, Mumbai, has a population of approximately 18 million, Nagpur is Maharashtras second capital as well as its winter capital.
Pashan ( पाषाण )
Maharashtras business opportunities along with its potential to offer a standard of living attract migrants from all over India. Ancient and medieval Maharashtra included the empires of the Satavahana dynasty, Rashtrakuta dynasty, Western Chalukyas, Mughals, the major rivers of the state are Godavari, and Krishna. The state has several popular Hindu places of pilgrimage including Pandharpur, Dehu and Alandi, other places that attract pilgrims from other parts of India and beyond include Hazur Sahib Gurudwara at Nanded, Sai Baba shrine at Shirdi and Dikshabhumi at Nagpur.
Major industries include chemical products, electrical and non-electrical machinery, textiles, petroleum, Jai Maharashtra The modern Marathi language developed from the Maharashtri Prakrit, and the word Mahratta is found in the Jain Maharashtri literature. The terms Maharashtra, Maharashtri, Marathi and Maratha may have derived from the same root, however, their exact etymology is uncertain.
But the Marathas as a people do not seem to be mentioned before the thirteenth or fourteenth century, the most widely accepted theory among the linguistic scholars is that the words Maratha and Maharashtra ultimately derived from a combination of Maha and rashtrika. The word rashtrika is a Sanskritized form of Ratta, the name of a tribe or dynasty of petty chiefs ruling in the Deccan region.
However, this theory has not found acceptance among scholars who believe it to be the Sanskritised interpretation of later writers. The greatest ruler of the Satavahana Dynasty was Gautamiputra Satakarni, in 90 CE Vedishri, son of the Satavahana king Satakarni, the Lord of Dakshinapatha, wielder of the unchecked wheel of Sovereignty, made Junnar, thirty miles north of Pune, the capital of his kingdom.
Detective fiction — Detective fiction is a subgenre of crime fiction and mystery fiction in which an investigator or a detective—either professional or amateur—investigates a crime, often murder. Some scholars have suggested that ancient and religious texts bear similarities to what would later be called detective fiction.
In the Old Testament story of Susanna and the Elders, the account told by two breaks down when Daniel cross-examines them. In the play Oedipus Rex by Ancient Greek playwright Sophocles, the character discovers the truth about his origins after questioning various witnesses. The earliest known example of a story was The Three Apples, one of the tales narrated by Scheherazade in the One Thousand.
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In this story, a fisherman discovers a heavy, locked chest along the Tigris river and he sells it to the Abbasid Caliph, when Harun breaks open the chest, he finds inside it, the dead body of a young woman who has been cut into pieces. Harun then orders his vizier, Jafar ibn Yahya, to solve the crime, suspense is generated through multiple plot twists that occur as the story progresses.
This may thus be considered an archetype kadwm detective fiction, the main difference between Jafar and later fictional detectives, such as Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot, is that Jafar has no actual desire to solve the case. The whodunit mystery is solved when the murderer himself confesses his crime and this in turn leads to another assignment in which Jafar has to find the culprit who naba the murder within three days or else be executed.
Although the historical characters may have lived in an earlier period most stories are written in the latter Ming or Qing kdam, Van Gulik chose Di Gong An to translate because it was in his view closer to the Western tradition and more likely to appeal to non-Chinese readers. One notable fact is that a number of Gong An works may have been lost or destroyed during the Literary Inquisitions and the wars in ancient China.
Only little or incomplete case volumes can be found, for example, One of the earliest examples of detective fiction is Voltaires Zadig, which features a main character who performs feats of analysis. Noels referred to his stories as tales of ratiocination, early detective stories tended to follow an investigating protagonist from the first scene to the last, making the unraveling a practical rather than emotional nocels. Mathrubhumi — Mathrubhumi is a Malayalam language newspaper that is published from Kerala, India.
Mathrubhumi was founded by K. Kesava Menon, a volunteer in the Indian freedom struggle against the British. The word Mathrubhumi roughly translates to mother land and it is the second most widely read newspaper daily in Kerala, after Malayala Manorama. They also publish a variety of magazines and supplements including the weekly literary magazine. Based in the northern Kerala town of Kozhikode, Mathrubhumi was founded in in the aftermath of Mahatma Gandhis non-cooperation movement as a limited company.
This status makes it rare among newspapers, which tend to be closely kadqm private companies owned by a single family, K. P Kesava Menon, who was then Secretary of Kerala State Congress Committee, realized the urgent need for a pro-freedom movement publication from the Malabar region. Madhavan Nair became the first managing director of the company, Madhavan Nair was leading the freedom-struggle from Malabar and was a member of Madras Constituent Assembly.
The newspapers founders were members of the Indian National Congress led by K. Kesava Menon, its shareholders included about men and women of Kaadm. Though Mathrubhumi lost money regularly in its years, that did not matter, its historian noted inbecause its goals were not those of business but of social oppression.
Mathrubhumi played important roles in social reformation movements such as Vaikom Satyagraha. Kesava Menon was arrested and was sent to jail, Mathrubhumi was Keralas leading daily with an estimated circulation of 19, at independence inwhich rose quickly to 26, by The bitter struggle between the Congress and the Communists in Kerala gave a Congress newspaper not only a reason for existence, commercial competition became noticeable after the formation of Kerala state in Mathrubhumi had been slow to join the Audit Bureau of Circulations, a struggle began among the shareholders for control of the company.
The 5, shares novles Rs. InMathrubhumis general manager – finance described the financial kadzm and compulsions of the company. When the newspaper was floated in the s,3, of the 5, shares were purchased at a fee of Rs. Even in the s, no single person owned more than shares, Mathrubhumi was a public limited company in the true sense. Shareholders elect nine directors for two-year terms, one-third being elected each year, the late s brought two important changes.
Open Library — Open Library is an online project intended to create one web page for every book ever published. It provides access to public domain and out-of-print books, which can be read online. Its book information is collected from the Library of Congress, other libraries, if books are available in digital form, a button labelled Read appears next to its catalog listing. Links to where books can be purchased or borrowed are also provided, tens of thousands of modern books were made available from four and then libraries and publishers for ebook digital lending.
Open Library began in with Aaron Swartz as the engineer and leader of Open Librarys technical team. The project nlvels led by George Oates from April to DecemberOates was responsible for a complete site redesign during her tenure.
Inthe project was continued by Giovanni Damiola and then Brenton Cheng, the site was redesigned and relaunched in May The website was relaunched adding ADA compliance and offering over 1 million modern, under certain provisions of United States copyright law, libraries are sometimes able to reproduce copyrighted works in formats accessible to users with disabilities.
Code of Novfls Procedure, — The Code of Criminal Procedure is the main legislation on procedure for administration of substantive criminal law in India. It was enacted in and came into force on 1 Apriladditionally, it also deals with public nuisance, prevention of offences and maintenance of wife, child and parents. In medieval Nobels, subsequent to the conquest by the Muslims, the British rulers passed the Regulating Act of under which a Supreme Court was established in Calcutta and later on at Madras and in Bombay.
The Criminal Procedure Code, was passed by the British parliament, the code continued after independence and was amended in It was finally replaced incognizable offences are those offences for which a police officer may arrest without court mandated warrant in accordance with the first schedule of the code. For non-cognizable cases the police officer may arrest only after being authorized by a warrant. Non-cognizable offences are, generally, relatively less serious offences than cognizable ones, cognizable Offences reported under section Cr.
C while Non-Cognizable Offences reported under section Cr. C, under section Cr. Under Section of the code, a Magistrate taking cognizance of an offence is to issue summons for the attendance of the if the case is a summons case. If the case appears to be a warrant case, he may issue a warrant or summons, Section 2 of the Code defines summons-case as, a case relating to an Offence, and not being a warrant-case.
Section 2 of the Code defines warrant-case as, a case relating to an Offence punishable with death, the Criminal Procedure Code is applicable in the whole of India except in the State of Jammu and Kashmir. The Courts of Judicial Magistrate of First Class kzdam pass a sentence of imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years, or of not exceeding ten thousand rupees, or of both. The Courts of Judicial Magistrate of Second Class may pass a sentence of imprisonment for a term not kada one year, or of not exceeding five thousand rupees.
The State Government has the power to make certain offences bailable or non-bailable in their respective States, Section Clause 2 of the Code lists certain offences which may be summarily tried by any Chief Judicial Magistrate, any Metropolitan Magistrate or any Judicial Magistrate First Class.
A First Class Magistrate must first be authorised by the respective High Court to that effect before he may try cases summarily under kqdam Section. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article includes a list of referencesbut its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations.
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