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Samjhauta blast accused Aseemanand granted interim bail to meet ailing mother
Hindustan Times

Samjhauta blast accused granted interim bail

Chandigarh - The high court in Indian state of Punjab on Tuesday granted a ten-day interim bail to Aseemanand, main accused in the 2007 Samjhauta Express blasts case. The parole was granted on the grounds of his mother being extremely sick, reported ... The Nation Pakistan, 8 hours ago

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10-day parole for Aseemanand

CHANDIGARH: Shivraj V Patil continues to be the Punjab Governor and UT Administrator while KK Sharma is still the Adviser to the UT Administrator! As the UT is gearing up to compete with 100 cities for a position among the top 20 under the Smart ...
 Chandigarh Tribune15 hours ago Risk to Aseemanand if taken to Kolkata: Police  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

No bail for Aseemanand

The National Investigation Agency court on Monday rejected the interim bail of 10 days to Swami Aseemanand, the main accused in Samjhauta blasts case, to travel to Kolkata to meet his ailing mother. Reported by IndiaTimes 3
 NewsR.in1 month ago Malegaon shocked by Supreme Court order that paves way for bail of blast accused  Economic Times2 months ago
Times of India

Bail granted, but fear keeps Aseemanand in jail?

9 months after HC order, Samjhauta blast main accused yet to furnish bonds
 Times of India1 month ago

Samjautha blasts case: Swami Aseemanand in jail despite bail

New Delhi, June 1: It has been nine months since Swami Aseemanand, one of the accused in the Samjautha express blasts case was granted bail. However, it sounds a bit surprising that despite having been granted bail, he has not furnished the bail ...
 Oneindia4 weeks ago
Times of India

Swami Aseemanand Got bail due to procedural delays: Punjab and Haryana High Court

NEW DELHI: Swami Aseemanand, accused in the Samjhauta Express bombings of February 2007, had been granted bail by the Punjab and Haryana High Court last year because of delays in the trial for which he could not be held responsible, according to a ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Swami Aseemanand Got bail due to ‘procedural delays’: Punjab and Haryana High Court  Times of India1 month ago

BJP Govt. trying to protect hindutva outfits, accused in bomb blast cases: Owaisi

AIMIM president and Hyderabad MP Barrister Asaduddin Owaisi expressed his grave concern over the Allegations made by National investigation Agency Special Public Prosecutor Adv. Rohini Salian that investigation Agencies were pressuring her to go ...
 Siasat Daily8 hours ago AIMIM president expresses grave concern over NIA allegations  NetIndia123.com3 days ago
Times of India

#dnaEdit: Saffron muscle

Special public prosecutor Rohini Salian's accusation against National Investigation Agency of going soft on Hindu terror highlights the inherent flaws in the system The reputation of the National Investigation Agency (NIA), handling the ...
 DNA India2 days ago NIA has failed to gather any fresh proof in Hindu terror cases: Rohini Salian  Economic Times2 days ago Dangerous twist in Malegaon terror strike: Two sets of accused in one case  Times of India4 days ago NIA did not allow me to drop Muslims from 2006 Malegaon case  Mumbai Mirror5 days ago

NIA is "not going soft" on any right wing terror cases: Sharad Kumar

NEW DELHI: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is "not going soft" on any right wing terror cases and testimony to that is that trials in all such cases, except Malegaon blasts of 2008 in which trial is yet to start, "is progressing very well", ...
 Economic Times5 days ago Hindutva terror cases: NIA split on whether proof can nail extremists  Times of India5 days ago Hindutva terror cases: Securing conviction will enhance NIA credibility  Times of India5 days ago

Why alarm bell matters: this could show the way for other Hindu cases

Scene at Malegaon blast. (Source: file) Malegaon 2006 September 8, 2006: 31 dead, 312 injured ATTACK: Four explosions, three of these at Hamidia Masjid. PROBE: Nine Muslim youths arrested by ATS, which chargesheeted them and four absconding ...
 Indian Express6 days ago
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