Top stories at 11 am, Feb 10: Rapists should be tortured in front of victims, says Uma Bharti; Sasikala holds MLAs 'hostage'; India urges UK to extradite Vijay Mallya

From Uma Bharti's furious remarks on rapists to India requesting to UK to extradite Vijay Mallya, here are the top stories of Feb 10 by 11 am.

Uttar Pradesh Elections 2017: Rapists should be tortured in front of victims, says Uma Bharti

While campaigning in Uttar Pradesh for the upcoming state assembly election, Union Minister Uma Bharti slammed the present Samajwadi Party government for failing to do justice to the victims of the Bulandshahar gangrape case and also in maintaining the law and order situation across the state. Read Here

No newspaper, no internet and under constant vigil: Sasikala holds MLAs ‘hostage’

VK Sasikala is leaving no stone unturned to win the number game in Tamil Nadu politics. She has allegedly held party MLAs captive in Golden Bay Resorts in Mahabalipuram to avoid any deflection towards caretaker Chief Minister O Pannerselvam’s camp. The MLAs reportedly have been cut off from the outside world. They are not being allowed to read newspapers and their access to the internet has also been barred. Mobile jammers have also been installed at the resort. Read Here

India urges UK to extradite Vijay Mallya, sends formal request

Requesting formally to the United Kingdom, India has handed over an extradition request for the absconding businessman and loan defaulter Vijay Mallya to face trials in India. There are already 15 extradition pleas pending with the British government. Read Here