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Sheena Bora Trial: Who wants to kill Indrani?

'I returned to jail at 4.45. I was body searched and sent back to my cell.''A bowl of dal was kept there covered.''Another guard gave me a tablet and I became unconscious.'Accused One spoke about a similar incident happening to her in October 2015 and also with a bowl of dal.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora trial.Illustration and animation: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Plenty was spoken in court on Monday, April 23, at the Sheena Bora murder trial. Volumes. Between Kajal ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
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Sheena Bora Trial: Indrani was a dark blob against a jail window

Each time they held the leafy bedsheet over the window for a few seconds, a clearer but very grey visage of Indrani came into view.In the barely discernible image, Indrani seemed to look tired and downbeat.But then the bedsheet would be taken away and Indrani would disappear into the darkness once more.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com April 12 should have been Prosecution Witness 3's first appearance in court in the Sheena ...
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Sheena Bora trial: Friday fracas in court

Then began a noisy, fish-market-style quarrel, refereed by an unruffled Judge Jagdale, between the defence and prosecution lawyers.  Noise levels began to climb and everyone else in the room stared agape as the fracas escalated, including the trio of accused at the back.  Peter (in white and khakis), Sanjeev, wearing a yellow shirt and khakis, and Indrani, who looked very business-like Friday in a crisp white shirt, beige trousers and black shoes, stood at the edge of their enclosure ...
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Sheena Bora Trial: It's all about geography

Lawyer Amit Ghag got up to tell the judge that Shrikant Shivade -- Salman Khan and Peter Mukherjea's lawyer -- would take a morning flight from Jodhpur to Mumbai and would be in court by 3 pm on Friday to cross-examine Sub-Inspector Dalvi.For a moment, Judge Jagdale looks startled."But isn't he caught up with that case in Jodhpur?" the judge asked.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com There is one Mumbaikar who probably has a long ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Sheena Bora Trial: The cop still can't remember

In the witness box, on bald embarrassing display, was not just Sub-Inspector Ganesh Dalvi, but the entire system of police investigation too.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   A fresh epidemic of amnesia swept into Courtroom 51 of the Mumbai city civil and sessions court, Kala Ghoda, south Mumbai, April 3. Its latest victim? Police Sub-Inspector Ganesh Dalvi. Prosecution witness number 1 (PW1) in the Sheena Bora murder ...
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A day in a Ranchi court with Lalu

'An obsequious man, wearing a bright turquoise Nehru jacket over his kurta-pajamas, hovers behind Lalu attending to his needs.''The needs mainly consist of providing him with sips of mineral water and, after drinking, mopping the folds of Lalu's leathery chin with a towelette, that sports the large label of Roman Baths.''Periodically, there is a rumpus when Lalu gets up from his chair and leaves the room to rinse his mouth outside the door, through the grill into the bushes.''A handful of Lalu ...
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Are you taking care of your liver?

'If somebody drinks heavily or has obesity and diabetes, the first step is to see a physician for assessing if they have liver disease.''And, if so, how much damage has been done to their liver.' IMAGE: Liver transplants can save the life of someone suffering liver cancer.In the photograph: An operation to extract the liver from a brain dead woman at the Unfallkrankenhaus hospital, Berlin. Photograph: Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters Liver cancer is the sixth most common cancer in the world. It is ...
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