AHMEDABAD: Former SIT judge, who conducted trial in the 2002 Naroda Patia massacre case, Jyotsna Yagnik has appreciated the recent sentencing in the Gulbarg Society case. Former principal sessions judge Yagnik told TOI, "It is good that he ... Times of India, 1 week ago
Special Court Judge PB Desai rejected the demand for the death penalty as the prosecution failed to prove the charge of a criminal conspiracy against the defendants. The judge sentenced 12 more defendants to seven years in prison and one to 10 ...Irish Independent, 1 week ago Life for 11 in 2002 India riots Gulf Daily News, 1 week ago India hands out life sentences for deadly Gujarat riots Deutsche Welle, 1 week ago
Communal violence is the big bane of Indian society. While on one hand the innocents are killed the guilty mostly get away without any punishment. The rate of prosecution of riot cases is very low. Even where punishments are meted out the big fish ...Counter Currents, 5 days ago
The Mumbai Police chief has framed certain guidelines to be observed by the police force while conducting raids in hotels to ensure that the right of individuals to privacy should not be invaded, the Bombay High Court was told today. The police ...The Echo Of India, 2 weeks ago
Countercurrents.org Some days ago, the Chief Justice of India broke down while speaking of the Judiciary's problems. His audience included several luminaries from the Executive, including the Prime Minister. A closed door meeting followed. In the ...Counter Currents, 1 month ago
Gopal Shetye Refusing to grant interim compensation of Rs 100 crore to Gopal Ramdas Shetye who has approached the Bombay high court seeking action against policemen and compensation of Rs 200 crore for implicating him in a rape case, the Bombay ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
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