Will file petition against Rakesh Maria, State government PUNE: Mehmood Pracha, defense lawyer of German Bakery blast accused Himayat Baig, on Sunday, said that he will be filling a petition in court against the current Mumbai Commissioner of ... Sakaal Times, 2 weeks ago
Baig clean chit puts question mark on ATS - Pune Mirror, 2 weeks ago
The Delhi High Court today said former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit will have to defend herself in a graft case and did away with Delhi government pursuing the appeal filed by her administration in 2013 against the trial court order for lodging an ...Outlook India, 2 weeks ago Sheila will have to defend herself in graft case: HC Millennium Post, 1 week ago
HC-SHEILA 2 LAST - (REOPEN LGD24) Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Opposing the move, Dikshit had in her plea said the act of the appellant/petitioner/state is unconstitutional in as much as there has been no change in the facts and circumstances of ...Namibia Press Agency, 2 weeks ago Sheila moves High Court against AAP plea The Hindu, 2 weeks ago Sheila moves HC to oppose plea of AAP govt India Today, 2 weeks ago Ex-CM Sheila Dikshit moves Delhi High Court to oppose plea of AAP govt in graft case DNA, 2 weeks ago
Summary The inmates alleged that they were allowed to interact with their relatives only once through video conference. The Tihar jail administration has cancelled one of its recent orders barring several high-risk ward inmates from meeting ...Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
MUMBAI: A special Act court on Tuesday dropped MCOCA charges against a prime accused in the 2012 Pune blasts case. The court dropped the charges against Pune-based accused Firoz alias Hamza Abdul Hameed Sayyed (38) after his defence counsel argued ...Times of India, 4 weeks ago Court drops MCOCA charges against accused Indian Express, 4 weeks ago MCOCA Charges Against Pune Blasts Accused Dropped Outlook India, 4 weeks ago MCOCA charge dropped against Pune blast accused Asian Age, 4 weeks ago
A petition filed to challenge the application of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) in the case of serial bomb blasts at Jangli Maharaj Road in Pune will be heard by a division bench of the Bombay high court, as a single bench has granted the ...Asian Age, 4 weeks ago
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