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Cousins get 25 years for Katara murder
Calcutta Telegraph

Received many threats, but was determined: Neelam Katara

Neelam Katara during an interview. (Photo: Bunny Smith) After a 14-year-long legal battle, Neelam Katara (64) finally seems content. She’s pleased that the Supreme Court awarded 25-year jail term to the two Yadav men who murdered her son Nitish in 2002. Asian Age, 2 weeks ago
Cousins get 25 years for Katara murder Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago

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As SC jails son Nitish Katara's killers for 25 years, Neelam recounts struggle for justice against bahubali Yadav family NITISH Katara has a smile on his face. After all, his mother has won a 14- yearlong battle to bring his killers to justice. ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Nitish Katara verdict: SC realised gravity of the pre-planned murder of my son, says mother  India Today2 weeks ago

After 14 years, I can finally take a breather: Neelam Katara

Neelam Katara is now working towards getting a law against honour killing
 DNA2 weeks ago Mother fulfils promise to her son  The Hindu2 weeks ago Katara murder case: Mother fulfils promise to son  The Hindu2 weeks ago Mother fulfils promise to son  The Hindu2 weeks ago
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Long legal battle left deep wounds: Neelam Katara

Nitish Katara was 23 when he was abducted and murdered by the three convicts as they were opposed to his relationship with Bharti, the sister of convict Vikas Yadav and daughter of Uttar Pradesh politician D P Yadav.
 MSN India2 weeks ago Legal battle has left deep wounds, says mother  Indian Express2 weeks ago

Bihar Road Rage Case: Chargesheet not weak, bail shouldn't have been granted

Lauding the move of the Bihar government to challenge the Patna High Court's order to grant bail to Rocky Yadav, Neelam Katara, the mother of Nitish Katara, on Friday said the chargesheet was not weak enough to grant bail to Yadav for six months.It ...
 Business Standard13 hours ago

Should have shot them, made a mistake going to court

Neelam and Shekhar Krishnamoorthy, who lost their two teenage children to the tragedy, release a book Trial By Fire chronicling their struggle to get justice I should have just shot those responsible for the deaths of my children instead of ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Yadav Brothers' Sentence Reduced - A Timeline Of The Gruesome Nitish Katara Murder Case

, the Supreme Court declined to award the death penalty to the Yadav brothers who murdered Nitish Katara 14 years ago. It gave them 25 years each in prison instead. Here is a timeline of the events that led to this verdict. February 17, 2002 ...
 Indiatimes2 weeks ago Yadav Brothers Sentence Reduced - A Timeline Of The Gruesome Nitish Katara Murder Case  Indiatimes2 weeks ago

Nitish Katara's mom upset over parole to Vikas Yadav, seeks govt intervention

The Delhi High Court had on March 27 last year granted seven-day custody parole to Vikas to visit his 93-year-old grandfather Vikas was granted parole twice last year on the pretext of attending a court proceeding in Badaun. Lucknow: Expressing grave concern ...
 Asian Age2 months ago Nitish Katara's mother upset over parole to Vikas, seeks Delhi Govt.'s intervention  Business Standard2 months ago

Everybody Loves A Don Who Brings In The Votes

Politicians with criminal ant­e­cedents appear to have lost none of their heft long ­after the Supreme Court and the ­Election Commission of India made a concerted bid to purge Indian politics of guns and goons, crooks and the corrupt, and ...
 Outlook India1 week ago

Honour killing is not fine

The general mood of despondency that extends across the country these days extends to the judiciary. One hears more and more about the huge pendency of cases in the various courts and how it will take a long time to deal with them, how we are ...
 Meri News2 weeks ago
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