The Bombay High Court has rejected the plea of 1993 Mumbai serial bomb blast terror convict Rubina Suleman Memon, seeking her release on furlough."We are not inclined to release the petitioner (Rubina) on furlough as she had been convicted by a TADA court for her involvement in terrorist activities," said a bench of Justice V K Tahilramani and A M Badar in a recent judgement.Rubina is also sister-in-law of Tiger Memon, believed to be living in Pakistan and one of the prime conspirators of the ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Bombay HC rejects furlough plea of 1993 blasts convict Rubina Memon - Sify, 2 months ago
R K Sinha A new class of people who are never satisfied has emerged on the national scene. The one point agenda of this class is to get all benefit from the country and then campaign and act against the nation. This class loses faith in the Supreme Court ...State Times, 3 days ago
Chief Justice of India J S Khehar today asked legal volunteers to work for the victims of crime this year, saying he wondered what happens to the victims of rape or acid attacks or those who lose their bread earners, while the criminals got access to justice ...Business Standard, 4 days ago
As our news becomes more and more digital, like our books and files, the charm of that glossy magazine paper is realised more than before. No matter how accessible, the homepage can be, it can never replace the cover-story. And while you shall not judge a ...catchnews.com, 1 month ago
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