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Terrorists killing innocents should forget family ties, says Apex Court
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Terrorists killing innocents should forget family ties: SC

Rejecting the bail plea of a militant convicted in the 1996 Lajpat Nagar blast case, the Supreme Court today said it would be better for those involved in killing of innocents to forget their families. A bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar denied ... Business Standard, 5 days ago

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Shah's professor plays key role in his acquittal

Life has come a full circle for Mohammad Rafiq Shah, who was acquitted by the Delhi court in the 2005 Sarojini Nagar blasts. Shah was a second-year post graduate student of the department of Islamic Studies, University of Kashmir, when he was arrested from ...
 DNA1 week ago

Neighbours shocked, want Tambes evicted out of Saif Apartment

Residents of Saif Apartment in Shibali Nagar area in Mumbra, where Tabrez Noor Mohammed Tambe's family reside, have demanded that they be evicted by their landlord after it emerged that Tabrez had travelled from Egypt to Libya to join the Islamic State (IS).
 DNA2 months ago

BJP may use 1995 ruling of SC for the upcoming polls: Jamaat-e-Islami Hind

The recent Supreme Court verdict that outlawed appealing for votes in the name of religion, caste and other identities can be "exploited" by parties campaigning using the "Hindutva plank", Jamaat-e-Islami Hind said on 7 January. Addressing a press conference, ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago SC verdict banning use of religion to garner votes can be exploited: Jamaat  Deccan Herald1 month ago

2 held for robbery using minors 'hired through auctioning'

Two persons have been arrested for allegedly committing robberies at weddings parties using minors "hired through auctioning in their area", police said today. On January 29, Saif Hasan Naqvi filed a police complaint alleging that a bag containing jewellery ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

I feel the system is so sick: Manisha Das

Manisha Das, a 20-year-old hotel management student was eight when she lost her parents and elder brother in a blast in Delhi's popular Sarojini Nagar market as the family was out enjoying festivities ahead of Diwali in 2005. As Manisha grew, she began to ...
 DNA1 week ago

Delhi court to pronounce judgment in 2005 serial blasts case

A Delhi court will on Thursday pronounce its judgment in 2005 serial blasts case that claimed 60 lives and injured about 100 people.Additional Sessions Judge Reetesh Singh is scheduled to announce the order today.Tariq Ahmed Dar, Mohammed Hussain Fazili and ...
 Business Standard1 week ago 2005 serial blasts: Delhi court to pronounce judgment  catchnews.com1 week ago

Infosys techie murder: Advocate Aloor appears for accused

Pune: Advocate BA Aloor appeared for the accused in the case relating tothe murder of Infosys employee Raseela Raju. Aloor appearedfor Assam native Bhabhen Saikia, who is the accused in the case. Saikiawas working as a security guardat Infosys. Aloor appeared ...
 Mathrubhumi3 weeks ago

Your Wire on 21 December

51Chennai: IT officials raid Tamil Nadu chief secretary Rammohan Raos residence On 21 December, Income Tax officials conducted a raid at Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary Rammohan Raos residence in Chennais Anna Nagar. The officials, according to reports, also ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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