The court's order will make it possible for the accused in several cases now to seek discharge from charges framed under MCOCA. A special court judge has ruled that the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) cannot be applied to acts of ... Mumbai Mirror, 1 day ago
7/11 blasts case verdict on September 19 - DNA India, 2 days ago
2006 train blasts case: MCOCA court concludes trial, reserves judgment - Indian Express, 2 days ago
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(UNI) A special MCOCA court today remanded Abdul Mateen Damada, the alleged financier of July 2011 Mumbai serial bomb blasts and aide of Yasin Bhatkal, into Judical custody for 14 days. He was arrested by Maharashtra Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) on ...Indlawnews, 2 weeks ago Triple blast case accused sent to judicial custody Asian Age, 2 weeks ago 13/7 Mumbai blasts: Arrested hawala operator's custody extended Times of India, 3 weeks ago MCOCA court extended custody of 13/7 blasts' accused till August 2 South Asian Terrorism Portal, 3 weeks ago
The Bombay High Court on June 26 quashed a special court's order dropping MCOCA charges against Firoz alias Hamza Abdul Hameed Sayyed (40), the main suspect in the serial blasts on JM Road in August 2012.Times of India, 1 month ago MCOCA to stay on the main accused of JM Road serial blasts, says Bombay High Court South Asian Terrorism Portal, 1 month ago HC quashes court order dropping MCOCA charges against 1 accused Indian Express, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: The anti-terrorism squad (ATS) has told the special MCOCA court that it has evidence against the nine accused in the 2006 Malegaon blasts case and their pleas for discharge from the case may be rejected. The ATS' 10-page reply explaining ...Times of India, 1 month ago Malegaon blasts: ATS asks court to quash discharge pleas Asian Age, 1 month ago ATS says it has evidence against 9 Muslim accused Indian Express, 1 month ago
A special MCOCA court allowed the application of one of the accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast case to be escorted to his native place to attend a ritual related to his mother's death.Times of India, 2 months ago Court allows Malegaon blast case accused to attend a ritual Business Standard, 2 months ago MCOCA Court allows Malegaon blast case accused to attend a ritual IBN Live, 2 months ago
Giving benefit of doubt, Bombay High Court has acquitted an alleged Ravi Pujari gang member, convicted by an anti-terror court on charges of conspiring and threatening a well known city builder by opening fire at his staff. Justices V L Achliya and ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
The defence in the 2006 Mumbai serial train blasts case told a special MCOCA court on Thursday that the call data records showed that an accused alleged to have been hatching the conspiracy at a particular time was actually present elsewhere at that precise ...Times of India, 2 months ago Train blast accused was at home, claims defence Asian Age, 2 months ago
The judge of a designated Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act court, conducting trial against 23 alleged members of the banned organisation Indian Mujahideen (IM), has directed defence lawyers and the prosecution to make their submissions on ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
A city court on Saturday directed fresh property attachment proceedings against underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and his aide Chhota Shakeel, absconding in IPL spot-fixing case, even after the Delhi Police submitted that such action has been taken ...Hindustan Times, 5 days ago Delhi court orders attachment of Dawood's property ProKerala.com, 6 days ago Court for fresh property attachment proceedings against Dawood Business Standard India, 6 days ago City Court directs fresh property attachment proceedings against Dawood Ibrahim Economic Times, 6 days ago
Apart from the oral submissions, a 1,000 page written argument was submitted in the court by defence lawyers After a long drawn period of hearings, on Tuesday the final arguments were concluded in the 7/11 Mumbai serial local train blasts case.Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 2 days ago
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