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MUMBAI: A man has been sentenced to 11 years in jail for raping a woman in a suburban locality of the city on June 13, 2015.A court in Bombay had in 2011 convicted a man and sentenced him to six years for raping a 22-year-old woman.But since the victim was a minor, the man had been acquitted. A juvenile court in May 2013 sentenced the boy to 10 years in jail for causing grievous hurt to the woman.After the man raped the woman, he had tried to flee and later ran over himself at Mahim Road in south Bandra.The accused had raped the woman for around two hours and then took a bus for BKC Road. He had made her lie on the roadside with her clothes on, where he raped her.When the accused learnt that the police were at the spot, he ran into the road and stopped.He then tried to run around and hit the girl on the head with the wooden board, forcing her to go to hospital with an injury.A post-mortem showed that the girl had injuries to her body and neck.The court had then acquitted the youth of all charges.
SUNRISE, FLA. — Hurricanes defenseman Aaron Ekblad was not present during Monday’s game against the Florida Panthers.
“With a tight schedule, we’ll figure it out,” said Hurricanes head coach Bill Peters. “He’s back home, on vacation. I just talked to him the other day and said I would love to see him there.”
Ekblad has not played since Dec. 19 against the Pittsburgh Penguins. He has been away from the Hurricanes all season to be with his family, who will be returning to Florida. His wife, Sara, had surgery to repair a torn ligament in his left shoulder last week.
The 2018/19 season will see the introduction of five new home games.
The newly promoted AIS Champions League will kick off, offering Premier League football on Thursday evenings across the city of London and the Isles of Scilly (Scotland) from 13-16 April 2019 .
The Manchester United Champions League will be played in conjunction with the London Legacy Stadium and will run every week across November and December, with kick-off times throughout the season.
The FA Women’s Championship, running