It's death for all three convicts guilty of gang-raping two women at the Shakti Mills in Mumbai.A sessions court in Mumbai pronounced the quantum of sentence to the convicts in the Shakti Mills photojournalist gangrape case today. The sessions court on Thursday held guilty three convicts in the Shakti Mills photojournalist gang rape case under an amended IPC section, which entails death penalty, for committing repeated offence. This is the first conviction under ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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More than 800 accused of last year's Muzaffarnagar riot cases are yet to be arrested despite the fact that court has served arrest warrants against them, SIT sources said today.Additional Superintendent of Police, Special Investigation Team, Manoj Jha said that 390 people were arrested and 75 surrendered in court while 804 are still absconding in the riot cases. Accused who are absconding, included gang rape and murder accused, he said. Police had registered six gang-rape cases against ...Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
A day after a group of students and professionals from Northeast led a protest march and courted arrest demanding justice for 19-year-old Arunachal boy Nido Taniam, the Delhi High Court on Friday pulled up the Delhi Police and the state government.The court chided the police after victims' family said that no arrest or progress has been made in the case even after a week. -- Indian Express ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Thursday’s Lok Sabha elections will be a landmark for Delhi's Tibetan youth as they will get the right to vote in their adopted homeland, reports Anshul Gupta. For the first time since they arrived in India more than five decades ago, Tibetan immigrants living in a Delhi settlement will vote in India's parliamentary election on Thursday. Thousands of Tibetans fled across the Sino-Indian border in the late 1950s when Mao Zedong's forces seized their homeland. Some took refuge in the North ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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