Grandfather sells three-day-old baby on Facebook after telling his own daughter her child was dead

Grandfather 'sells three-day-old baby on Facebook after telling his own daughter her child was dead' Hospital nurse involved with child trafficking ring offered man 550 She visited the mothers home and took the baby away claiming it was illDeal was arranged to sell child to a Businessman for around 10,000Child has now been reunited with his mother after being found alive and well By Daniel Miller PUBLISHED: 18:43 GMT, 24 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:59 GMT, 24 April 2013 A grandfather allegedly sold his three-day-old grandson on Facebook after telling his daughter that the baby was dead. Police in Punjab, India, say the man, named only as Firoz, was offered Rs 45,000 (550) by a hospital nurse and her accomplice who were involved in a child trafficking ring.

Businessman "sold golf ball finding machines as bomb detection devices for thousands of dollars each"

Businessman 'sold golf ball finding machines as bomb detection devices for thousands of dollars each' James McCormick, 56, denies three counts of fraud at the Old Bailey He is accused of marketing Advanced Detection Equipment to the military and governments around the world that were little more than golf ball findersThe models sold for between $5,000 and $40,0000 each Claimed they could detect bombs from planes and underwater, court told By Becky Evans PUBLISHED: 14:11 GMT, 7 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:27 GMT, 7 March 2013 Trial: James McCormick who is accused of marketing fake bomb detectors denies three counts of fraud at the Old Bailey A businessman sold bomb detection devices for up to $40,000 that were little more than golf ball finders, a court has heard today. 'Fantastic' claims were made about the fake detectors marketed by James McCormick, 56, but had no grounding in science and were bought for 'handsome' sums, the Old Bailey was told. McCormick’s Advanced Detection Equipment was marketed to the military, governments and police forces around the world

Is Cressida breaking her Prince"s heart? Smitten Harry wrote to her endlessly from the desert, but the blue-blooded butterfly refuses to be…

Is Cressida breaking her Prince's heart Smitten Harry wrote to her endlessly from the desert, but the blue-blooded butterfly refuses to be pinned downThe elfin dance student has been acting aloof since Harry's returnPrince has hoped they could reignite romance that blossomed in May /07/20/article-2176284-141EBB43000005DC-648_306x830.jpg” width=”306″ height=”830″ alt=”Cheers! Harry keeps it together as he leaves the bash, surrounded by security, while Cressida Bonas left the event at 4.15am” class=”img-no-border” /> Playing it cool: The blonde 23-year-old has remained elusive since the Prince's return from Afghanistan As one of Harry’s circle revealed: ‘The rallying round was at times campaign-like.

Millionaire businessman ordered to remove Islamic slogan from side of his luxury home because council claims it"s "advertising"

Millionaire businessman ordered to remove Islamic saying from side of his luxury home because council claim it's 'advertising'Message reads: 'There is no god, but Allah and Mohammed is his messenger'Planners claim the 2ft-high lettering is like McDonald's advertising hoardingMahmood Ali, 54, now faces a legal battle after appealing planning decisionHe said: 'The message is simply there to bless the house.

Cancer victim growing a new nose in his arm: Businessman who lost organ to disease hopes to have new one sewn on to his face

Cancer victim who lost his nose to disease is growing a new one in his ARM for surgeons to sew back in place British man, 56, who is being kept annonymous, lost his nose to skin cancer Experts at University College London hope it will have a sense of smellProfessor Alex Seifalian said the nose will be the same as the man's orginalIt is the first time a nose has been grown from scratch and scientists say it procedure could be used to help car crash victims and wounded soldiers By Fiona Macrae Science Correspondent PUBLISHED: 22:31 GMT, 22 January 2013 | UPDATED: 05:02 GMT, 23 January 2013 A British businessman who lost his nose to cancer is growing a new one – in his arm.

The world"s best father? Generous Chinese businessman provides 100million dowry for his daughter ahead of lavish wedding

The world's best father (…or father-in-law) Generous Chinese businessman gives 100million dowry ahead of daughter's lavish weddingIncludes boxes of gold jewellery, property portfolio and shares in his firmThe groom, a civil servant, has known the bride since kindergarten Expensive dowries have long been a marriage tradition in the region By Emma Reynolds PUBLISHED: 18:51 GMT, 1 January 2013 | UPDATED: 09:54 GMT, 2 January 2013 New bride: Wu Ruibiao's daughter was given four boxes of gold jewellery, a bankbook with deposits worth 2m and an impressive property portfolio A wealthy Chinese tile magnate gave his daughter a gigantic 100million dowry that included four boxes of gold jewellery, shares and several homes for her lavish wedding. The extravagant gift included four boxes of gold jewellery, a bankbook with deposits worth 2m (20m yuan) and an impressive property portfolio

Paedophile businessman, 51, jailed after having affair with teenage girl he seduced when she was just 12

Paedophile businessman, 51, jailed after having affair with teenage girl he seduced when she was just 12 John Duffy had a five year illicit relationship with the teen during the 1990s Affair came to light last year when his victim – now in her 30s – went to policeCllr Duffy, 51, was jailed for 12 years at Burnley Crown Court after being found guilty of indecent assault and gross indecency | UPDATED: 18:30 GMT, 23 December 2012 Behind bars: John Duffy had a five year illicit relationship with a teenage girl he seduced when she was just 12 A parish councillor is today starting a 12 year sentence behind bars for exploiting his status as a 'pillar of the community' to have an affair with a teenage schoolgirl. Married youth group leader John Duffy used his position of respectability as a cover for his five year illicit relationship with the besotted youngster during the 1990s. After befriending her through his youth club, Duffy seduced her when she was just 12 then had regular sexual liaisons with the girl – promising her marriage and even showing her holiday brochures of where he said they would go on their honeymoon.

Cold-call champion is victorious again: Ambulance-chasing lawyers pay up for wasting his time

Cold-call champion is victorious again: Ambulance-chasing lawyers pay up for wasting his time Richard Herman has won a payout after being targeted by no-win, no-fee personal injury lawyersPreviously awarded 195 plus costs from a firm promising compensation for mis-sold PPI | UPDATED: 00:11 GMT, 22 December 2012 Invoice: Richard Herman is celebrating another victory over cold-callers A businessman who successfully sued cold- callers for wasting his time on the phone has scored another victory. Richard Herman, who won 195 plus court costs from a firm that promised compensation for mis-sold payment protection insurance, has received a payout after being targeted by no-win, no-fee personal injury lawyers. After his first win in October, Mr Herman, 53, was bombarded by phone calls from ambulance chasers promising him compensation for a road accident

Secret letters reveal how Vanessa Redgrave nearly became the Archbishop"s stepmother

Secret letters reveal how Vanessa Redgrave nearly became the Archbishop's stepmotherActress was 23 when she accepted the proposal of Gavin Welby in 1960Mr Welby was twice her age, divorced and father to Justin WelbyThe future Archbishop previously admitted he knew little about his father | UPDATED: 08:07 GMT, 3 December 2012 Vanessa Redgrave came close to marrying the roguish father of the new Archbishop of Canterbury, secret letters have revealed.

Retired Bedfordshire couple Trevor and Elizabeth Piggott had 500 litres of kerosene pumped into their luxury home, say it has to be demolished

Retired couple who had 500 litres of kerosene pumped into their luxury home, say it has to be demolished Trevor and Elizabeth Piggott claim they will have to knock down and rebuild the five-bed bungalow in Little Billington, BedfordshireA oil company worker accidentally sent toxic liquid down the wrong pipeInsurers Lloyds TSB say it can be restored to its original state without demolition | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 2 December 2012 A retired couple say they must knock down and rebuild their 800,000 home, after 500 litres of toxic kerosene was accidentally pumped into it – but their insures refuse to pay the cost. A heating oil delivery intended for their neighbours went disastrously wrong when a new tanker driver picked the wrong pipe and sent it gushing into their house in Little Billington, Bedfordshire