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Will CJI find five judges without conflict of interest?

NEW DELHI: Chief Justice H L Dattu has a difficult task ahead in constituting a new five-judge bench after senior advocate Fali S Nariman said Justice A R Dave attracted 'conflict of interest' disqualification in hearing petitions challenging the ... Times of India, 1 month ago

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New Indian Express, 1 month ago

2002 riots: Nanavati panel report not tabled before assembly

The Gujarat Assembly's budget session ended in Ahmedabad on Tuesday but findings of the '2002 riot probe panel' were not tabled though it was submitted four months ago. The 2002 riots, in which more than 1,000 people were killed, was probed for around 14 ...
 DNA1 month ago

Ex-IPS Rahul Sharma, who took on Gujarat goverment, to be lawyer

"His application would be decided by our enrollment committee," said Anil Kella, member of BCG. Sharma, a 1992-batch officer of Gujarat cadre, had provided some crucial information to the Justice G T Nanavati commission which probed the 2002 post-Godhra ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago Bar Council Enrolls Ex-IPS Officer Rahul Sharma As Advocate  Outlook India1 month ago Zlatan-less PSG on the defensive for Barcelona clash  ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Riot court summons IPS officer in Naroda Gam case

Ahmedabad, May 19 (PTI) A special court trying the 2002 Naroda Gam riot case here today summoned the investigating officer Himanshu Shukla of SIT to explain how a CD containing certain phone call records went missing. Judge P B Desai asked Shukla ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago Riot court summons IPS officer Himanshu Shukla in Naroda Gam case  ZeeNews.com1 week ago Naroda Gam case: Court Summons IPS Officer  Outlook India1 week ago

One accused in 1984 riots is dead, court told

A court hearing the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case was informed on Monday that one of the accused in the case has died. District Judge Rakesh Siddhartha was informed that the accused Peeriya died on Sunday. The court asked the Central Bureau of ...
 ProKerala.com1 week ago

Can't Prosecute IPS Officer for Missing 2002 CD: SIT to Court

The Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) today said the former IPS officer Rahul Sharma, accused of misplacing a CD containing important data related to the 2002 post-Godhra riots, had not committed any "cognisable offence". ...
 Outlook India1 month ago 2002 riots: Cannot prosecute IPS officer for missing CD, SIT tells court  Topnews.in1 month ago

Prosecute ex-Gujarat top cop for missing CD: Riot accused

Some accused in the Naroda Gam massacre case of 2002 have moved a special court seeking prosecution of former IPS officer Rahul Sharma for allegedly misplacing a CD containing important call details related to the post-Godhra riots. Defence lawyer Chetan Shah ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Naroda Riot Accused Demands Ex-Cop's Prosecution For Missing CD  Outlook India1 month ago Naroda Gam massacre case: Prosecute ex-Gujarat top cop for missing CD, says riot accused  Economic Times1 month ago

Sajjan was part of mob which attacked Sikhs:1984 riots witness

A 70-year-old woman today alleged in a Delhi court that Congress leader Sajjan Kumar and certain others were part of a mob which had attacked, looted and burnt houses of Sikhs during the riots in 1984. Deposing as a prosecution witness in an anti-Sikh riots ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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